Monday, October 11, 2021

Child’s Psychology – What Do Your Child’s Drawings and Scribbles Mean?

A child communicates in many ways. Verbal communication offers just a tiny insight into his mind. Analysing his drawings might give a deeper understanding of his mental and psychological state. It brings a better understanding of his personality and also offers parents and therapists a medium to help the child tide over difficult and stressful situations. We often depend completely on verbal communication to understand our children. However, this forms just 10 percent of the human ability to communicate. Studying other forms of communication is even more important for a parent because children are often not aware of their feelings.

Friday, October 8, 2021

The coat flip trick To Teach Children To Put On a Coat by Themselves

As it gets colder outside, you may be curious about ways to teach your child how to put on a coat. There’s no easier way to do this than what has been termed “The Montessori Coat Flip” method.

Quick, easy, effective and fun! Perhaps best know for being taught in Montessori schools, this easy trick for putting coats on is guaranteed to save parents and children lots of time.

Sunday, July 4, 2021

Mind Tricks


   It's amazing how the brain can work or be tricked. 😏


Wednesday, March 31, 2021

15 fun April Fools pranks that your kids will totally fall for

Wondering how to trick your kids with some fun and harmless pranks? - We've got you covered.

April Fools day is upon us and after a year filled with Covid -related gloom it could be the perfect way to bring some much-needed light-hearted fun to give the whole family a giggle.

We have 15 fun pranks, parents could play on their kids, to get them starting their day with a chuckle.

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Proven! Kids inherit smartness from moms

 Parents, you need to read this!

One of the most intriguing questions while raising a child is most definitely, "who has the child took on, the mum or the dad?" 

From their eyes to hair and their habits, it is quite likely that you can link back their traits to one of the parents. However, studies have proved that one particular trait, intelligence, which might divide opinions is inherited from the maternal side! Confused? There is a lot of scientific backing to this tall claim. Children do inherit their intelligence from their mamas, and not their dads!

Saturday, March 20, 2021

March 21 ~ World Down Syndrome Day



World Down Syndrome Day (also known as WDSD) is a global awareness initiative that has been backed by the United Nations since 2012.

It has been spearheaded by Down Syndrome International, which has linked up with national charities across the world to develop activities and events to raise awareness and support for those living with Down syndrome. It also highlights the facts of what it’s like to have Down syndrome, and how those with Down syndrome have, and continue to play, a vital role in our communities.

Friday, March 19, 2021

7 ways to help your child develop positive self-esteem


Simply praising your child can actually do more harm than good. Here's a comprehensive guide on how to build self confidence in a child.

At a Glance

  • Developing positive self-esteem is especially important for kids with learning and thinking differences.
  • Self-esteem is tied to how capable and valuable your child feels.
  • Giving your child ways to recognize strengths helps to boost self-esteem.

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Not everything happens for a reason: The magic words to say when everything’s going wrong

Tim Laurence, a journalist and psychotherapist, has written a very insightful article where he discusses how much it’s really possible to help someone who’s grieving. He argues that it’s very important for us to be very careful what we say to people dealing with personal pain — the empty phrases we’re accustomed to offer can often hurt rather than help them despite our best intentions.

Tim himself knows what he’s talking about, having suffered huge personal loss at a young age. We think his insights are therefore well worth considering. Take a look.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Age-Appropriate Chores for Kids Ages 2 to 18


What chores can a 5-year-old be in charge of? What about an 8-year-old? When can kids start to learn to do their own laundry? Use this list of age-appropriate chores as a guideline when creating chore charts for your children.

Keep in mind that all children are different and age is not the only factor when determining the right chore. In addition to age, think about maturity level, physical ability, and interest when selecting the right chores for your kids.

Monday, March 8, 2021

8 Personality Traits of March-born Babies That Make Them Special


March, the third month of the year, marks the transition from the soothing and feeble spring season to the not-so-awaited hot summers in India. Whether this transition in the weather somehow seeps into the personalities of babies born in this month or not, we know not, but March-born babies do have some distinctive qualities that make them stand out from the crowd. 

Since you’ve landed on this page, we are assuming that you must be eager to get an insight into the character of your March-born baby. 

Monday, February 15, 2021

Kids Intelligence And Cleverness Inherited From Mothers


If you are smart you might pick that up from your mother, according to the research by Psychology Spot which is shared on Reader’s Digest tells that the intelligence of a child is believed to be inherited from mothers (and not from anyone else). The women’s genetics determine and likely to transmit intelligence genes to their children.

Saturday, January 23, 2021

Children who play a musical instrument have better memory and attention span


A study shows young musicians who play an instrument, practise frequently and regularly perform in an orchestra have increased memory and attention skills.

Learning to play an instrument may be good for your child’s brain and could lead them to have greater creativity and a better quality of life.