Is your child or someone in your family signing up for the PTE Academic which is the first step to securing your chances to either study or live abroad?
Every religion teaches us the life lesson of goodness and humanity. India, as a country has always been rich and diverse in terms of religious and cultural values that have been passed on by several spiritual leaders and founders such as Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Do you often ask yourself what ‘Nutrition’ means? As a mom are you concerned about your baby’s milestones? Is he eating right? Well, read on to know if you are on the right track.
There’s no arguing the fact that kids love magic. If you’ve ever hired a magician to perform at your child’s birthday party, we’re betting that you heard squeals of joy. Not just that! You would in a way be contributing to the children’s healthy brain development too.
The Champa Tree Wishes You All a Very Happy Dussehra. This Dussehra, teach your little ones these five critical lessons for them to understand the difference between good and bad.
A child’s mind is not only a tabula rasa, but is also filled with a lot of curiosity to know and learn more. The importance of early childhood education ensures seamless brain development.
In a few days it will be Independence Day. The markets are already flooded with everything in tricolor.
We are living in the 21st century and gone are the days when only studies would make Jack the perfect boy.
by Aarti Kapur Singh Things you can do before and during your child’s transition to a new school to help them feel comfortable. Tips from a mom Changing a school is a huge change in a child’s life, almost at the same level as starting school. The beginning of the school year should be an…
It’s typically between the ages of eight and twelve that our cute, cuddly little children, once ever eager to climb into our laps and share their secrets, or listen to stories suddenly want little or nothing to do with us.
Hygiene is a very critical subject for a child to connect and learn.
One of the most important things we can teach our children is how to take care of their health.
On a recent visit to Bangalore, I came across a very unique and interesting challenge – the #YesChallenge that is part of the #YesMom Movement.
Your little one has new white sparkling pop-ups the soft little gums? They can not only talk but also chew and bite.
A positive compliment and appreciation always give a sense of comfort and energy.
We are almost half down in the year, and the best part about this time is the onset of festivities. With Durga Puja and Dussehra lined up for the weekend ahead, we are sure the kids are as excited as the elder members are.
It is indeed an overwhelming, exciting and beautiful feeling to be a mom for the second time, isn’t it?
We all want our kid to be the best, to have that little edge over the other child and at the same time have fun learning new things too.
Oh! That age old saying of Friendship. Those clichéd thoughts about friends. Huh! Yet, don’t you think it does, smear, regardless of the time and generations we live in?
Parents are the first guiding light for the child. They are the beacon of hope that life is something to look forward to.
Not the toys, dolls, castles, etc., which you have bought for them. The invisible dust filled with tiny microbes, germs, insects, etc., are the best playmate of every toddler.
This summer, introduce your kids to one of the new concepts of infotainment.
As a parent, we all want to invest most of our time raising a child who – if not genius – is at least intelligent.
Spring season, has signed in and the festival of colors, Holi is just a week away.
Getting angry or aggressive is all a part of human behavior and psyche, so kids getting aggressive is not something out of the league.
The very thought of leaving your little on under the supervision of a third person gives many parents a jittery feeling.
Potty training of the toddlers or preschoolers is the most challenging task of parenthood.
Dedicated to couples, Valentine’s Day is celebrated yearly on the 14th of February. Not just for adults, today it is primed for toddlers as well.
Is it that time of the year again? Christmas is a season of joy, peace, and great tidings. It is all about packing gifts for near and dear ones, baking cakes, sipping hot coffee, and snuggling into warm cozy blankets.
Before baby happened my favorite thing to do on weekends was to check out new restaurants in town. We loved eating out! Fine dining on special occasions.