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Six Soft Skills Every Child Should Have! Soft skills are people skills and character qualities that decide how

Six Soft Skills Every Child Should Have! Soft skills are people skills and character qualities that decide how children interact with others. Some of these skills include self-control, communication, listening skills, as well as basic manners. Parents should utilize the time children spend at home due to the pandemic by teaching them soft skills. Mentioned below are six soft skills you should teach your child: 1. Communication The next time you are in a room with your child, instead of using mobile, why don’t you talk with your child? The best way to learn communication is by communicating. Teach your child how to initiate a conversation, how to speak to someone, how to get their point across without sounding defensive or outspoken, how to behave while talking to someone younger as well as elder, etc. Teach your child regarding body posture while communicating which includes no slouched sitting, maintaining eye contact, not folding hands and no mumbling. 2. Manners Manners play an integral role in forming a child’s personality. Parents should teach their children basic manners, like not interrupting someone when they are speaking, keeping a hand over their mouth while yawning or coughing, apologizing for a mistake, when to say thank you, knocking doors and asking for permission before entering, learning to share etc. 3. Empathy You should be proud of yourself if your child is an empathetic kid. Being able to feel other’s pain and help them, being kind to others as well as looking at a situation from another person’s point of view is all a part of being empathetic. 4. Adaptability Our world is changing at a rapid speed. We, along with our children, will need to learn how to adapt to the changing circumstances. Being able to adapt to change without creating a fuss or throwing a tantrum is a quality that children of all ages must-have. Begin from an early age. If needed, expose children to situations that can teach them how to adapt. They will thank you later. 5. Positivity Thinking positive can immensely help in any situation. By teaching positive thinking to your child, you are helping the child not get overwhelmed or increasingly affected by any adverse happening. It will help reduce tension and stress, both of which parents don’t want their children experiencing. 6. Confidence Confidence comes naturally when a child believes in himself/herself. Parents should teach the child to have immense faith and belief in his/her abilities. Tell your children how they are good just as they a Self-confidence is the foundation of all great success and achievement. Shanti Juniors believes that the minds of children are like a sponge. They absorb all they get. By inculcating soft skills in children, you will help your child become a confident individual when he/she grows up, who is employable and a respected member of the community as well as the society. Shanti Juniors, the most preferred preschool in India believes in balancing Fun & Learn from the very first stage of early education through the programs of Todd Care, Nursery, Jr.Kg & Sr. Kg.

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2020-11-23T07:15:27
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Six Soft Skills Every Child Should Have! Soft skills are people skills and character qualities that decide how
Four Ways to Nurture Compassion In Little Boys! How often have we heard; ‘boys don’t cry like girls’ or ‘boys

Four Ways to Nurture Compassion In Little Boys! How often have we heard; ‘boys don’t cry like girls’ or ‘boys are not weak’. It is programming, an inbuilt notion that children are fed from a young age. And no we aren’t blaming parents. But, it is high time we change this notion. It is high time we stop expecting boys to not cry, or break down or just feel sad after a rough day. Because what we fail to realize is that when we teach boys things like ‘boys don’t cry’ or ‘boys are not weak’, we somehow teach them that they are the superior gender. And before we even realize, it affects the ego of boys irrespective of what age they are. Once they begin thinking on the lines that they are superior, they try to dominate, control and sometimes bully the female gender. It is for this very reason that the need of the hour is to nurture compassion in little boys. Because, if we begin nurturing compassion from a tender age, this compassion will soon become a habit; and they will grow up to be compassionate men. Mentioned below are four ways to nurture compassion in little boys: 1.Talk about Feelings: Parents are often guilty of hiding their own or making boys hide their feelings. Instead, acknowledge your child’s feelings; and help him label how he is feeling and why he is feeling the way he is. To give children the motivation to talk and to help them open up; parents should have regular conversations where they talk about how they have been feeling. Once this becomes a regular occurrence, slowly your child will open up. 2.Make Compassion Expected: Children will want to help an injured friend or cuddle with a puppy or hug if they are upset. This is because children are already compassionate. So if your child is being compassionate about something, praise him by all means but don’t make it a special treatment. Let the child know at every step of the way that compassion is expected and cherished from all members of the family. 3.Explain Courage: Teach your son that it takes a brave person to be empathetic and kind. Kindness is not a weakness, but a massive strength. Teach him that if he is kind, he is naturally brave. Give examples of philanthropists, sportsmen or even someone you know personally who are giving back to their community through their kindness. Tell stories about kind acts that may have impacted lives. 4.Volunteer: Ask your child to volunteer with you in areas that interest him. If he is passionate about animals, volunteer at a local shelter or even take him on everyday walks to feed food to the neighbourhood street dogs. If he is into sports, collect sports equipment from friends and family and distribute among the needy. You can even ask your child if he would like to spare some of his clothes and toys. You don’t need to take him to the streets to distribute stuff. You can begin right from home by giving to the househelp for his/her family or the building watchman’s family. Kindness is contagious. Be kind to everyone, because everyone is fighting a battle of their own. Begin with your own house, raise your boys to be not compassionate boys who respect girls. After all, respect is a two-way street. "If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion." - Dalai Lama

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2020-11-11T08:32:18
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Four Ways to Nurture Compassion In Little Boys! How often have we heard; ‘boys don’t cry like girls’ or ‘boys
Reinforcing Letters for Preschoolers It is a well-known fact that the best way to teach little humans anything

Reinforcing Letters for Preschoolers It is a well-known fact that the best way to teach little humans anything is by repeating the same. But, repetition needs to be done creatively. It is the teacher’s job to find innovative ways to teach children concepts in such a way that it becomes easier for children to remember and recall these concepts. Reinforcing letters in a preschool classroom is important because letters or alphabets form a crucial part of later reading as well as writing literacy skills. It gives children a better understanding of the alphabets, their sounds and their usage. Mentioned below are seven ways in which you can reinforce letters to preschool going children. We hope it helps. 1.Begin with Names: One of the ways to reinforce letters to children is by teaching them their name. Every child has a name, and every child feels a special connection with his/her name. Once children have learnt their names, you can move on to their parent’s name or even their friend’s or classmate’s name. In case the child has a pet, the name of the pet holds a special place in the child’s life, and can be used to teach children letters or alphabets. 2.Use Flash Cards: Write letters with a permanent marker or coloured pens on the flashcards. Now hold the flashcard in hand and ask your child to speak out the sound of the letter/alphabet. It is a good practice for phonics of alphabets too. 3.Matching Match: Write the upper case and lower case letters on paper and ask your child to match the uppercase letter with the lower case letter. You can use the usual paper to do this, coloured paper, or even write the case letter with a marker on beans. 4.Ice-cream Stick Alphabets: Ice-cream sticks are easily available in any stationery store. Go to the nearest stationery store and grab some of these sticks. Now write each letter in on paper and ask your child to stick the ice-cream sticks on the written alphabet letter. 5.Paper Bag Letters: Take a paper bag and put in pieces of paper that have the letters written on them. Now ask your child to put his/her hand inside the paper bag and pull out a piece of paper. The piece of paper that comes out would have a letter written on it. The child is supposed to speak out the letter loudly. 6.Food Product Letter Hunt: The best part about this exercise is that it can be done at home or in a grocery store. No more worrying about your child getting bored in the grocery store. Hand your child a pen and a paper that has all the alphabet letters written. Now ask your child to find products that have a certain alphabet on their packaging. They are supposed to cross off the letter that they found on a food packet. 7.Clay Letters: Children love playing with clay. Ask them to make letters using clay by moulding the clay with a bit of water. This will also improve the fine motor skills of children. Before concluding, Shanti Juniors Preschool would like to remind you that each child is different. No two children understand, grasp or remember at the same pace. Don’t expect children to learn something right away. It will take time for them to learn basic things also. Please keep realistic expectations from your child. And most importantly, don’t limit learning to the classroom. Learning can be done anywhere, whether it’s in the garden or during snack time or even playtime. All you need is a unique creative approach.

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2020-11-03T05:07:58
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Reinforcing Letters for Preschoolers It is a well-known fact that the best way to teach little humans anything
Establishing Teacher-Student & Teacher-Parent Bonds in Digital Times! We are living in digital times. The fine

Establishing Teacher-Student & Teacher-Parent Bonds in Digital Times! We are living in digital times. The fine line of balancing screen time is sometimes difficult to achieve. The job of a teacher becomes a little more complicated due to the lack of face to face conversations. The teacher has to manage everything digitally. In such times, to avoid the suffering of teacher-student and teacher-parent bond mentioned below are a few points that should be kept in mind: 1.It is tough to give individual attention to each child. The shortage of time is existing, but a little individual attention is better than none at all. Try your best to speak to each child. Divide the children into batches of three, and ask each batch how they are on a day. This way nobody feels felt out. 2.Teaching comes with great responsibility. Ensure that you check up on students at regular intervals. Individual five-minutes calls can also be enough for the same. 3.For parents, make sure you are connected with the teacher. The teacher has her hands full more than ever right now due to the duty of imparting digital education. In case the teacher skips something, remind her in a genuine warm way. Don’t be rude, she/he hasn’t done it on purpose. 4.To keep the connection strong between parents and teachers, make a WhatsApp group where the parents can write in their concerns and the teacher can address the same. The group can also be used to give all the parents crucial information by merely sending it in the group. In case of an emergency or some unusual circumstances, the class timings have to be changed, the same should be put up in the group. 5.Teachers can schedule zoom calls where only parents are allowed. This gives both parents and teachers a chance to talk without being interrupted by kids. 6.Parents should try and send the child’s teacher a note or message of gratitude thanking the teacher for all the conscious efforts she/he has been making to ensure that the child’s education does not suffer. Appreciation makes us want to work harder, reinforces faith in our actions and gives a boost of confidence. By appreciating the teacher, you are making him/her feel that the efforts he/she has been making for the child’s education are noticed, observed and acknowledged. It makes the teacher feel valued. 7.Remember, children are at the heart of all we do. Their comfort is of the utmost importance. Whenever taking a decision whether it is about the duration of the online class or the beginning time of the same, please keep children in mind. Children get restless so it’s best to schedule a break between two classes to give them a window to move around, have a snack or just be.

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2020-11-02T06:17:02
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Establishing Teacher-Student & Teacher-Parent Bonds in Digital Times! We are living in digital times. The fine
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