Helping children overcome school-related anxiety is important, and there are several books that can offer valuable insights and strategies. Here ar...
Parenting is a challenging journey of growth, learning, and mistakes. It requires patience, adaptability, and unconditional love. Parenting is a journey filled with challenges and learning opportunities. It's important to acknowledge that making mistakes is a natural part of the process. Here are 5 common parenting mistakes parents should avoid.
Teaching children entrepreneurial skills is an important and valuable endeavor in today's rapidly changing world. By equipping young minds with the knowledge and mindset necessary to think creatively, take risks, and solve problems, we empower them to become independent thinkers, innovators, and leaders.
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India is home to numerous statues, both ancient and modern, that depict various religious figures, historical figures, and cultural icons. These statues are spread across the country and are a testament to India's rich history and cultural diversity. Many of these statues are also major tourist attractions and draw visitors from around the world. Here we’ll take a look at 10 largest statues in India.
What is the occupation of a child? … To play.. Yes! It’s as simple as that, and there is tremendous potential in play. The truth though is somewhere while teaching A,B,C, 1,2,3 we have forgotten to let our children play.
Remember our childhood, when we came back from school, without even waiting to change our uniform or to finish lunch we would just run out to play with our friends. In each of these games, be it hide and seek, running and catching each other or pretend playing teacher, teacher, doctor, doctor (that’s how we use to call these games as kids ) we never realised that we were developing so many vital skills which were going to help us later to become physically strong mentally agile, emotionally stable and problem solvers. But, Is our children playing enough?
In my profession as a special educator, I always meet parents, anxiety written on their face and thousands of questions racing through their minds. I am a parent too, being the mother of an autistic child, I suddenly rewind back to those days, when I was on the opposite side.
Usually, the conversation would be like my two plus child knows 1-10, A-Z, knows some colours and shapes and yes, some fruits, vegetables and vehicles too. I would see a cute bundle of joy reciting all that the parents asks him/her to do with lots of coaxing. I then call the child’s name and simply tap the table at times or clap, only to find the child lost in his or her own world and not even aware of the actions I have done. No fault of the parent too, for our education system expects a child barely in his 3rd year of life rattle all this and at times write too in a play school.