Category Archives: Teaching a Toddler

Resources and tips to aid in teaching a toddler.

Why is it Important to Teach Kids About Money – When and How

We often talk about wholesome education for children. Gone are the days when kids were told to focus only on their studies and it was assumed that the only way to succeed in life was to score well in school and crack some competitive exam. Times have changed now and children need all-round education and development. It is essential to equip our children with

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Top 5 Tips to make Mathematics Interesting for Kids | Mathematics for kids

Mathematics for kids What to do to interest kids in Maths Mathematics is simply a methodical application of the knowledge that you have. Mathematics brings order to life and encourages problem-solving skills. It nurtures critical thinking, reasoning ability, creativity and spatial thinking. Mathematics is the fundamental novelty of human civilization. It is said that if in any case an extra terrestrial entity ever contacts

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Back To School Routine: Tips To Make A Smooth Transition

After two months of summer vacation it’s time for “back to school routine”. Few school already started from first week of June and few will start from second week itself. Does it feel very exhausting for kids to get back to school after  long summer holidays? Is it difficult for Parents to catch up with the rhythm and feel nervous to get started again?? Its normal

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5 Tricks To Deal With A Stubborn Child

How to manage stubborn child How to deal with a stubborn child As adorable as they are, toddlers can be notorious and adamant at times. They refuse to listen to you and have one answer to everything you ask of them: “NO!” Dealing with a toddler who is bent on getting her way is not easy.  Some toddlers tend to be negative and uncooperative

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6 Tips to help Child Adjust to PreSchool/ Home to Preschool transition

  6 tips for easy Home to Preschool Transition   Starting school is a very big milestone for a child and parents. Most kids start preschool or playgroup when they are between 2 to 4 years old. Preschool offers many benefits, but it can be daunting for the little one to leave the safety and familiarity of home and join a new establishment full

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How important is failure for success?

So, my 6 years old daughter and I were discussing a question paper which she had attempted and I saw that she had made some silly mistakes in straightforward questions. I do not bother too much about these performances but I wanted her to know so that she is careful next time. Me: Baby,if you had just checked it once, you would have caught

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5 ways to help children improve their English Language skills & Vocabulary

5 ways to help children improve their English Language skills & Vocabulary English is the first language in most schools and it is important that children learn to enjoy the languages whether English or any other for what they have to offer and not just as a subject which is a part of the curriculum. Languages form the basis of communication and should be

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An Interview with Mrs. Shyama Shree Chatterjee, Head Mistress, School of India

A school does for its children what nobody else can do. Nobody can deny the importance of good, holistic education and that does not mean scoring straight As or 10 CGPAs. A school’s role is way bigger and it starts right from when the child starts his/her education in preschool. You know how strongly I feel about schools being happy places and children growing

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Top 10 points to keep in mind when choosing a school for your child

Once your child crosses that 2 year mark, most parents start thinking about schooling of the child. And why not! It is one of most important decisions that you will make for your child that will affect not just the next few years of her life but her whole life. You know how strongly I feel about schools being kid-friendly, since I myself have

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How I knew my daughter’s school was not right for her!!

The story goes back a couple of years! My daughter had turned 2 and she used to go to a play group close to our home. She was super happy there and being the happy, mingling child that she always was, she was the only child who never cried for mommy during that year.     Like every parent, we wanted to provide the best for

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