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  • June 1st, 2018
Yoga!!! A Way of Life!!!

“Yoga means addition – addition of energy, strength and beauty to body, mind and soul.” –Amit Ray Children these days are exposed to a lot of stress and live in a very busy life with even more busy parents, school pressure, competitive sports, video game which strains their eyes and a lot more. They are always in a run to counter their pace and calm them down Yoga must be introduced in the

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  • May 31st, 2018
Pajama Parties

A pajama party, sleep-over or a slumber party at a friend’s place is so much of fun.  Kids, mostly teenagers plan such parties and enjoy all night together. It is a heaven for kids and almost a hell for parents. Parents get overly tired kids with dirty rooms and kids have a gala time. Occasional sleepovers are beneficial for kids in many ways whether you like it or not. Benefits of slumber nigh

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  • May 29th, 2018
Story Writing

Writing a story is a wonderful way for a child to develop his or her ability to create and communicate. It helps children to organize their thoughts and find appropriate words to communicate it in an effective manner. To start with, children can write a small paragraph about anything they wish. As parents or guardians, we need to find time to give them a constructive feedback and inspire them to d

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  • May 26th, 2018
Cycling

Summer vacation is the time to indulge in loads of fun. It is also the time when you can learn new and exciting ways to stay healthy and fit. One of the most enjoyable exercise is cycling. For children who do not know cycling, it’s the apt time to learn the skill and for those who know cycling, it’s a great time to explore new roads and experience the fun. For safety purpose and you protect yo

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  • May 25th, 2018
TOY Donation

It is a universal truth that children love toys as it gives them the reason to laugh, have fun and the joy of exploring it through their inquisitive mind. If we probe deeper, toys are not just things to play and have fun with, for a kid, it has more meaning attached to it. Age-appropriate and good toys help to spark the imagination of the children, engage their senses and help them in their sensor

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  • May 23rd, 2018
Connect with Grandparents

“Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.” – Alex Haley Grandparents have always played a special role in the family. They are those constant sources of inspiration and enrichment who bind the family together with their selfless acts, deeds and unbounded love. They are great role models who a

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  • May 21st, 2018
Summer holiday activity list: Gardening

Gardening can be a fun activity for children. Children develop new skills and learn about science and nature from growing their own food. Especially for parents who are struggling to make their kids eat healthy, gardening can be a tool in making kids understand the importance of food. There are a variety of interesting activities children can be involved in, such as planting, mulching, weeding

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  • May 19th, 2018
Summer holidays bucket list day six – Indoor picnic

Summer holidays are a time to enjoy with friends and family. Children go out and have fun.  What if the weather outside is bad? An indoor picnic can be a summer’s fun activity from our bucket list. It’s so much fun when moms give permission to break home rules for some hours and you have your besties with you. It’s fun to be at the comfort and cleanliness of home. No flies or mosquitoes or

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  • May 18th, 2018
Fireless cooking

Cook-it-up Cooking can be fun when done carefully under expert supervision. Why not try fireless cooking this summer. It’s time to raid the kitchen, experiment, explore, innovate and feel proud about. Break the monotony and try something newer, tastier and healthier. Cutting, peeling, slicing, shredding, pouring, freezing and serving are the best feelings in the kitchen. Enjoyment and experiment

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  • May 17th, 2018
Summer holidays bucket list day Four – Spending time with parents watching TV

Chilling out in a bed on a hot sunny day, wearing your pajamas, a remote with you the whole day, watching your favorite show, having your parents sitting next to you, enjoying what you watch, having giggles too. Children love to spend their time with parents and so do the parents. When both the parents are working it becomes difficult for them to spare their time. It is essentially of utmost impor

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