Does your child know that you would not let them fail, even if it means not taking risks? Does he/she need you always to even decide on what to play with? Do you do their school homework often? Does your child not get to take physical or mental risks? Are they afraid of putting their … Continue reading 5 Signs Of Helicopter Parenting
We thank people when they give us a gift or do us a favor and expect our little ones to do the same. But, is saying ‘thank you’ the same us expressing gratitude? Psychologists believe that gratitude isn't an action, but a strong positive emotion that comes from within. It’s being thankful and showing the … Continue reading Nurturing Gratitude In Children: 4 Simple Ways!
Fear. Anger. Passion. Curiosity. Happiness. Confusion. Amazement. Little children are made of big emotions because their action is a consequence of an underlying emotion. Parenting becomes easier when we learn how they’re feeling in different scenarios, and tweak our actions according to what’s best for them then. Sometimes, what we see as ‘bad behavior,’ or … Continue reading Developing a Feelings Vocabulary In Children: Introducing Fear, Anger & Love!
How to build early literacy with books? By making sure kids are engaged and enjoying themselves. Here are 4 tested-and-tried parenting tips on using books for engaging children.
Little ones need 21st-century skills to make healthy choices, which direct them towards a bright future. Also, to build new concepts and skills using existing knowledge—crucial for their survival. Here's how to raise them as problem-solvers and life-long learners.
Our expectations from our kids are typically much too high. We may wish stability for them in a tried and true path but is it fair to expect something without communicating clearly or by not giving them the slightest indication of why they should fulfil them?
An attempt at decoding the clichés parents rely on—and highlighting factors that actually matter when it comes to enrolling children in educational institutions.
An emotionally healthy child is a happy child. Our appreciation and support make him/her feel secure and build the self-confidence to pursue dreams. Do you want your kids to be emotionally strong? Here's how we can facilitate their emotional development at an early age. Nurturing kids in a warm and secure environment is our main … Continue reading How Emotional Support Helps Children Grow In Future?
“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up.” - Thomas. A. Edison In this day and age of one-click shopping and binge-watching TV shows, our desire to want and have things NOW is stronger than ever. It works fine for certain aspects of … Continue reading Raising Mentally Strong Children Who Won’t Give Up