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  • Taking Care of a Child’s Mental Health

    Parents can identify how their child feels in a heartbeat. They can take care of his physical needs; what food the child eats, what time is bedtime, and to take the child to a doctor in case he/she gets sick or injured. However mental health issues are not that easy to identify for parents. Mental

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  • 10 Important Manners & Etiquettes Every Child Should Be Taught

    Teaching kids manners and etiquettes should be started as young as possible. It is one of the most important qualities you can empower your children with. Manners and etiquettes are the seed you plant when the child is young and nurture it with love and care to help to grow. The manners and etiquet

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  • Raising Independent Kids

    As a parent, as much as you would like to do everything for your children, they will need to learn to do things themselves, on their own, with little help, or without any help sooner or later. Being independent in small ways and doing things on their own is a part of ‘growing up’ for the child. Now

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  • Balancing Screen Time for Children

    Today, kids are spending more time with screens of phones and electronic tablets than they are on the playground. And let’s admit it the time they spend with the screen do get out of hand at times. Well, on a realistic note, most of the time it can get pretty out of hand. Children are always expose

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  • Time to Let Your Kid Fly

    When a bird gives birth, it takes care of the child until the child is prepared to fly out of the nest. Then the bird lets go of the child and permit the child to explore the world on its own. However, it is often not the case with humans. More than the child, it is parents who have difficulty lett

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  • Establishing the Roots Of Self-Esteem In Preschoolers

    Self-esteem in the simple understanding is an individual’s confidence in his/her own capacities, abilities and worth. Preschoolers are like clay; they can be moulded in the way we want to mould them. That’s why it is important to establish values like honesty, determination, consideration, etc. The

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  • Teaching Your Child to Share

    Sharing in simple word means to give a portion of something to others. Kids have a lot of trouble sharing their toys or food with others. To kids, it feels like their stuff is being taken away from them. It is a part of the development process. Sharing teaches children about fairness and adjustment

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  • 7 Ways to Encourage The Artist In Your Child

    There is no imagination more powerful than that of a child’s. It is why parents of toddlers should always support and encourage a child’s creativity. Whether it is drawing on walls or making shapes out of paper, singing or dancing. It might seem hard to believe, but being creative has a lot of emot

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