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What Should Parents Do if Their Child is Bullied at School?

January 30, 2019

Having your child bullied at school is one of the greatest fears of parents – and research shows this fear is well founded. School bullying to has been described as the single most important threat to the mental health of children and adolescents. Well-controlled studies show that being bullied in primary school increases the risk […]

 
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11 Things You Should Never Say to Your Children if You Want Them to be Happy and Successful

January 14, 2019

Parenting is a roller coaster which doesn’t come with safety belts. There are many things you need to do as parents. But there are also things that you shouldn’t be doing or saying. Here are 11 things you should never say to your kids if you want them to be happy and successful. 1. “Big […]

 
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The ONE question you must ask your child everyday

January 10, 2019

Parenting can be a roller-coaster ride and honestly there are no set rules for parents. Every one has a unique parenting style and it is okay. But there is one question that a child psychologist encourages every parent to ask their child EVERY SINGLE DAY. The question is “What kind of things did you do […]

 
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How parents and teachers can help their kids make friends at School

December 29, 2018

If we think back to our own childhood days, most of us would agree that making good friends in primary school was not always an easy task. Sometimes friendships occurred out of convenience or survival when there were a limited number of peers to choose from. Sometimes friendship was an utility to be bought and […]

 
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How to raise a child who cares

December 24, 2018

Ever worry that your kid is insensitive? Or wish they would do something kind on their own? Empathy can be developed and encouraged in young people. Lots of parents are alarmed when they see selfish traits in their kids. The main reason behind this is that- the main part of the brain responsible for empathy […]

 
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How to tackle anxiety in your children

December 13, 2018

When your child is battling anxiety, it can be extremely stressful for the most well-meaning parents too. As parents, while the natural urge is to remove anxiety triggers from the kid’s life and thereby protecting him/her, KEEP IN MIND that doing so might actually intensify the child’s anxiety. Hence, it is of utmost importance that […]

 
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Helping kids understand English Spelling.

December 8, 2018

English Spelling has a reputation for being illogical and chaotic. What’s going on with yacht, and why the W in  two? English spelling isn’t random. There is a system to English Spelling and there are reasons words are spelled the way they are. How do words work? Morphology (the meaning components of words), phonology (the […]

 
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The Grammar Family!!!

December 8, 2018

It gets much easier for a child to understand a concept, if the same is  told to them in form of a story or pictures. Here, we are sharing a similar “story” about a family in London. Tell your little ones this story and help them understand some basic concepts of English Grammar. Have a […]

 
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Powerful ways to encourage your kids daily!

December 1, 2018

Being a parent is easy but taking on the role of parenting can be tough because whatever you do or speak, you are also influencing the little ones. Kids grow up seeing the world around them and their families are the biggest motivators for them. So, here are some small little ways that can help […]

 
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Four Things to know about managing your child’s behaviour

November 26, 2018

All parents, at some time or the other, feel stressed by their child’s behaviour every day and get over-whelmed by it. Many parents are confused about how often their children should be on their best behaviour. It’s important for parents to remember they are not alone, and there are always strategies that can help. Here […]

 
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