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5 Simple Steps to Get Your Kids to do Schoolwork From home! The Covid-19 pandemic has created unique challenge

5 Simple Steps to Get Your Kids to do Schoolwork From home! The Covid-19 pandemic has created unique challenges for both parents and children. One of the challenges is from an academic point of view as the schools are now working digitally. This has meant that the kids of all ages are to use an online platform to study. And apart from that, the students are also supposed to do schoolwork in the times of COVID-19. The teachers teach the concept in the class and based on that schoolwork or homework, is done by the student. Students need to do their schoolwork post the lecture, which was earlier done at school. Apart from time issues, children are also reluctant to do such work. To enable you to tackle the problem, we present before you 5 simple strategy to employ in such circumstances: 1.Make it A Competition Kids often are motivated and feel threatened by competition. To encourage the child to do their schoolwork, a competition between the child and the parent can be set to time-bound the work to be done. This will not only create interest in the children to do the Homework as long to adult continue to lose in the competition with them. 2.Rewards Children more often than more love rewards. The rewards could be anything from additional chocolate or more time to play etc. Such a so condition will ensure that children do the homework possibly well and accordingly allow a non-fuss homework time. 3.Linking TV time with Homework One of the frequent reasons for children not to do homework is tk watch the television. Parents can negotiate with their children to ensure that TV time comes only after studies of both. This measure will allow the children to work on the homework as soon as possible.. 4.Creating a Schedule A schedule will go a long way in helping your child do your homework but also in order to increase their productivity. The child will know beforehand on a daily basis on what is to be dome when. This allows them to agree to such schedules. Through scheduling, the child is encouraged to get more independent which should even help the mothers in the long run. 5.Explore the Subject Children are naturally curious by subject and want to know everything. Parents can use storytelling as a means to help them with their curiosity and homework. The child will want to do the subject as the story or other activities to motivate them as well as it will allow them to understand the subject better. The world around us is changing and constantly evolving. A correct step at the correct time can often be the difference between a curious student and a studious student. The activities described here will allow you some respite and also allow the student to understand the practical value of studying. We at Shanti Juniors are trying to collaborate with the teachers and student as well as local communities to ensure that homework is the stress less affair as if should be and help the child grow.

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2020-09-21T18:16:27
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5 Simple Steps to Get Your Kids to do Schoolwork From home! The Covid-19 pandemic has created unique challenge
Loving Your Child Confidently! “Parenting is the easiest thing to have an opinion on, but the hardest thing in

Loving Your Child Confidently! “Parenting is the easiest thing to have an opinion on, but the hardest thing in the world to do” -Matt Walsh We live in surroundings; where we are constantly under the scrutiny, everything we do is being checked and every move of ours being judged. For someone who is a parent, this becomes twice more difficult because the person is not just being judged by his/her behaviour but also that of his/her child. In the nervousness of always being scrutinized and judged, we often forget that every child is different. You have every right to do what is right for your child. After all, it is the parents who know what’s best for their young children. As parents, we are constantly beating ourselves up mentally thinking how we just are not doing enough for our children, wondering how we can raise better humans, how we can love our children more and give them all the happiness that the world has to offer. Want to be a more confident parent? We have you covered. Read on to know more about loving your child confidently. First things first; we all love our children deeply, and don’t want them to face any hindrances or troubles in life and wish that we can hold their hand while they wander through the maze called life and ensure they don’t get lost. But if we keep intervening, how will children learn? Trust your parenting skills and let children do what they can do on their own. This includes getting a plate for them to eat in or putting the toys back in the cupboard. Let children do what they can do. As a parent, it will make you feel uncomfortable, and probably will bring anxiety but please allow children to do some tasks on their own. Sow the seeds of independence from the very beginning. Children might not listen to you but, they are always observing, noticing and imitating you. Make sure you are on your best behaviour. Children pick anxiety and worry about their parent’s behaviour. So, if your child has a test the next day and if you allow your emotions to wash over you, your child will know that you are worried. Now chances are that he/she has prepared everything and is going to ace the test but, since you are worried, he/she will begin doubting if every topic was covered and if he/she will be able to do good in the test. Don’t doubt your child’s capacities. If you are going to give the children something, why not give confidence instead of worry right? Here’s a pro tip: The best way to feel confident about your parenting is by acting confident. Its tricking the brain. If you are particularly worried about something with your child, begin acting all calm and composed as you try finding the solution to the problem. You will soon notice that you are less worried than you previously were. Children tend to feel more confident when they realize they know something their parents don’t. Use this as an opportunity to help children more confident about themselves. Let them teach you how to download a particular app or control the air conditioner using the phone or anything along these lines. They get a boost of confidence when they are on the teaching side rather than the learning side. A parent will take pride in his/her confident child leading the parent’s confidence to rise. The parents are then able to believe in their parenting skills and abilities better. Children are our greatest treasure. They reinvent the world for their parents. Being with them and spending time with them has the power to heal the soul. Don’t let anyone question or doubt your parenting. You are doing the best you can and have the best intentions in heart for your children. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

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2020-09-09T18:06:40
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Loving Your Child Confidently! “Parenting is the easiest thing to have an opinion on, but the hardest thing in
Five Effective Memorization Techniques! Our brain functions in mysterious as well as magical ways. We often te

Five Effective Memorization Techniques! Our brain functions in mysterious as well as magical ways. We often tend to forget things that are important and end up remembering things that are not important. So how can we train the brain to remember? The key is to keep the brain active. The less we try to memorize information, the lazier the brain gets. However, if the information is engaging, living, active or colourful and even seems remotely interesting to us, the brain makes efforts to store this information. This means that whatever information we want to remember, we have to make it interesting for the brain. A method of easily remembering information is by employing memorization techniques which is basically tricking the brain to remember information through an easy way. Mentioned below are five effective memorization techniques to help you and your child both store and recall information in a better and easier way. 1. Mnemonic Device A mnemonic device is a device that helps in retention as well as retrieval of information. There are various forms of mnemonic devices. The most common one is ‘My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas’. The first letters of every word in the sentence are the first letters of the names of the nine planets being Mars, Venus, Earth, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. 2.Mnemonic Shape Peg System This method can be useful in teaching numbers. This memorization technique uses a method that has objects that are similar to the shape of a given number. For example 1- Candle 2- Swan 3- Butterfly 4- Boat Another form of this method is rhyming the words with the number. For example; one and bun, two and zoo, three and three, four and door. 3. Stories If the adults are asked which stories they remember, chances are they will answer that they remember all the stories. This is because our brain loves stories because it has all qualities of information that our brain loves primarily being engaging, entertaining and painting a colourful picture. The advantage of stories is that it develops creative imagination in children. 4. Memory Place The memory place is a memorization technique that is both fun and easy to use. This technique involves associating a location that you are familiar with, this could be the way to your house or the rooms in your home. Let’s say you choose the entrance to your house. Now if you are trying to remember a list of things to be brought from outside which includes milk, newspaper, cookies, and vegetables then you associate each item with a place in the house. For example, milk at the door, newspaper lying on the rack in the entrance, whereas cookies and vegetables lying on the table leading to the entrance. 5. Repetition This might sound too common and known but it does not mean it is any less effective. They say practice makes a man perfect. The same goes for information. Repetition of information is one of the most known memorization techniques. If you don’t believe us, just ask your children how clearly they remember their favourite cartoon episode or how you remember your favourite movie because you repeatedly saw it. The same applies to information as well. Information repeatedly read is easier to remember and recall.

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2020-09-02T11:22:12
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Five Effective Memorization Techniques! Our brain functions in mysterious as well as magical ways. We often te
Organizing A Treasure Hunt At Home! With preschools, schools and colleges closed due to the coronavirus pandem

Organizing A Treasure Hunt At Home! With preschools, schools and colleges closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the kids have been forced to stay home for months altogether now. Parents have exhausted all methods and means of entertaining their children. The need of the hour is a method of keeping children entertained while they are indoors so that their safety can be ensured. A great idea to keep children entertained while staying indoors is by organizing a treasure hunt. A treasure hunt is giving children a clue to find an object or destination. On this object or destination lies the clue to the next object or destination and so on. A small gift, reward or treat is kept at the final decision for the child. The best thing about a treasure hunt is that; it can be easily organized with materials that can be found around the house itself. A treasure hunt helps children; understand direction, it empowers them to do things on their own; and learn sequencing at the same time. How to organize a treasure hunt indoors? We’re here to help you out. Set clear rules of the treasure hunt including boundaries of the house where children are allowed to search for clues. Hide items in a way that is not too difficult to find but also not too easily viewable. A good option of an indoor treasure hunt is a treasure hunt where you give the children a list of things to find which can include the following: · find something black · find something that is squishy · find something that can float · find something with wheels · find something with buttons · find something that makes a noise The best part about this indoor treasure hunt is that children will interpret each direction in their own manner leading to a range of possibilities. Another variant of a treasure hunt indoors can be an alphabet search game where you hide images of alphabets all around the house. Make sure they are easily recognizable for the preschooler. This is a great way to make children learn and recognize alphabets. You can do a similar treasure hunt based on numbers where children have to find numbers around the house, could be on the calendars or even fridge magnets. Considering the testing times we are facing, a great treasure hunt would be gratitude hunt which comprises of finding things including ‘something that makes you happy’, ‘something you would like to gift a member of the family’ or ‘give a flower to someone you are grateful for’. Before you introduce children to a gratitude treasure hunt, be sure to explain the meaning of being grateful to children. Make sure you add rewards at the end of the treasure hunt to make it exciting for the children.

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2020-08-28T19:50:53
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Organizing A Treasure Hunt At Home! With preschools, schools and colleges closed due to the coronavirus pandem
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