TCT brings to you a collection of funny pictures that are sure to tickle your bones. Take a look at 11 hilarious moments from the past era that can get our parents in trouble.
The Champa Tree’s food for thought is a famous quote on #childhood by Agatha Christie..
Check out the following upcoming activities and workshops across Delhi-NCR that go beyond the typical dance, music and craft stuff. Offbeat, creative and interactive at the same time, these activities and workshops are unique and packed with loads of fun..So, folks, take a look at them and enroll your kids today 🙂
When babies start walking, learn to talk or grow taller, it is for everyone to notice. However when they share things with others and make new friends, this is the aspect that often goes unnoticed.
I am a reflection of my mother. Who is she and what she has done for me always stays with me in my mind. This year Mother’s Day and ‘The Champa Tree’ have given me the opportunity to give words to those intangible thoughts and to transcend them into a bigger space.
As a part of the #MyMotherMyHero campaign, TCT invited one of their favorite bloggers to contribute. Here is a beautiful piece by Sandra from A Mommas View. An emotional letter from a mother to her children. Each and every word has been handcrafted with motherly emotions, love, and warmth..Read on to dive deep into the ocean of infinite love..
As a part of the #MyMotherMyHero campaign, TCT brings to you a beautiful poem written by Neha Talwar. Emotions are best expressed in writing..So, this Mother’s Day, make your dear mummy feel special, gift her a poem!
This is for my mother who embodies this Love. After all these years, after all the people who have become part of my being, you, my dearest mother, remain the one who loves me the most. I can never return your love
Take a look at 7 gorgeous Mother’s Day gifts that are inspired by art and craft ideas. This Mother’s Day, make mommies feel extra special by gifting them something that can be useful to them. Besides, add a personal touch by doing-it-yourself at home.
The Champa Tree’s food for thought: Teach your children to question. “Don’t just teach your children to read.”
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on April 27, 2015 The Champa Tree’s thought for the day: Childhood means simplicity Childhood means simplicity. Look at the world with the child’s eye- it is very beautiful.” – Kailash Satyarthi You might also like:
The Champa Tree’s food for thought: Innocence
TCT takes you through the pictures of the lovely Krackerjack Karnival that was recently held at Gurgaon! Brat H had a gala time. Check out how much fun he had! Krackerjack Karnival saw lots of happy and cheerful faces as kids and their parents enjoyed their share of activities, which were both fun and educational.
he Champa Tree’s food for thought: Curiosity means?
TCT has compiled a list of main attractions at the upcoming Krackerjack Karnival. Take a look at the key highlights and get set to be a part of India’s biggest kids festival!
TCT brings to you 11 amazingly hilarious and super funny pictures from the childhood days! Take a look at them for a good laugh. We all love our childhood pictures. Going through them is indeed a lot of fun.
Spring is in the air, and so is India’s biggest kids festival – the Krackerjack Karnival. Entering its 5th edition, India’s largest event dedicated to kids and families is bringing two full days of fun and euphoria to Epicenter, Gurgaon, from 18 to 19 April, 2015.
TCT wishes you all a very Happy Siblings Day! My brother, Manik is 7 years younger than me, but he has been a friend all through. There are days and weeks and months of no interaction, however, one look at him, after all, those days of missing action (or drama so to speak) comes back!
TCT brings to you part II of the art and craft series. Here are 6 amazing and super easy craft ideas for kids. So, this summer, indulge in some awesome creative activities with your little ones!
TCT brings to you 7 beautiful parenting quotes and sayings. Take a look at them and tell us which one is your favorite!
Let’s take a trip down the memory lane. Shall we? I am in love with the 80’s and the 90’s 😉 The most wonderful time of my childhood was enjoyed in the grandeur of the transition period! Those born around then or grew up in the sepia printed 80’s or the retro maniac 90’s enjoyed the simplicity of the 70’s and they also happened to get a sneak preview of the modern millennium.
TCT brings to you easy, DIY and super creative art and crafts ideas for kids. Take a look at some really cool ideas mommies and try them out with your kids today!
PKCA is actually an awesome platform for you, Yes, you! All the lovely parents and kids out there are encouraged to choose their favorite piece of work from across 9 brilliant categories.From book authors to mobile applications to online education. These categories are not just interesting but innovative too.
The month of chirping birds and daffodils, of cool spring breeze, warm sunshine and nature’s divine glory.. that month is right here! We will be sharing quite a few fresh, crisp and spring-licious experiences, recipes, poems, quotes, amazing facts and pictures with you all.
The Champa Tree’s thought for the day: “Every child deserves a champion–an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be”- Rita F. Pierson
Selecting a Day Care Center for your child can be quite a task. As a parent, I would be looking at 3 things when deciding on the right day care center for my LO: (i) my baby’s safety (ii) the environment it is offering to the child, and (iii) Is the Day Care Center contributing to my child’s social, physical and intellectual development. Last year, a friend was looking at a childcare facility for her baby and she wasn’t sure whether a nanny would do justice. My friend was getting back to work after a sabbatical of a year. She and her husband had decided that life has to go on and a full-time job was more than just a necessity for her to go back to a proper working exposure.
There are some common parenting practices followed in nearly every home. These practices are supported by the premises that they have been followed over generations and hence now these form the invincible part of the parents’ DNA. Based on my observations in my family and around, I have come up with 5 such practices which the parents exercise with their children and how they fall flat on their face.
by Sandra updated on February 6, 2015 Sandra, founder of A Momma’s View has a beautiful story to share that each and every mother can relate to. How often do you think that your little ones are growing up too fast? It’s been a while since my babies actually have been babies, still it seems like…
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on January 30, 2015 The Champa Tree’s thought for the day: Every child is an artist “Every child is an artist”- Pablo Picasso You might also like:
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on January 25, 2015 The Champa Tree’s thought for the day: Child with a task “Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed.”- Maria Montessori You might also like: