Ways To Defuse A Child’s Tantrum In Public

You and your child are walking down the road, you pass by a shop which sells your child’s favourite candy and the very next moment you see your child laying on the ground flaying his/her arms and legs around crying on top his/her voice for that candy! We believe that most parents would have endured similar circumstances with their kids at a certain point of

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Encourage your Toddler to make Friends

The best friend of toddlers are usually his/her own parent. However as the toddler grows, they like to start interacting with children of their own age and like having toddler friends . Having said that, while some toddlers find it easy to make friends there are some who find it difficult. The reason being that their language skills are still under-developed and they find

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Comforting an Injured Child

Children are a package of naughtiness, playfulness and loads of curiosity. And when they are out and about just being their own naughty-self, they will fall/tumble and hurt themselves. These ‘boo-boo’ and scrapes can be painful at times and at times, just about bearable. Pain isn’t really a comforting feeling, and when children are in pain, they’ll be out looking for reassurance. They cry

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Corporate Daycare by The Learning Curve

It’s 2018 and the Indian workforce is growing in numbers and combatting traditional definitions of gender roles more than ever before. With more and more women choosing to work post marriage and post having a baby, there’s an increased demand for environments and support systems that make it possible for a woman to pursue her career AND enjoy motherhood. Enter, Corporate Daycares. Set-up &

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Raising Your Child’s Self-Esteem

A positive sense of self is the greatest gift you can give to your child. When children feel good about themselves, it sets them up for success – in everything from academics to friendships. A positive attitude arms them with self-confidence and self-acceptance which helps them face challenges with renewed vigour and positivity. Children with high self-esteem feel loved and competent and grow up

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Raising Eco-Conscious Kids

With the hole in the ozone layer growing bigger day by day, and climate change becoming a harsh reality, it’s never too late to teach our children the importance of preserving and respecting the environment. One of the best ways to ensure that Mother Earth does not deteriorate any further would be to educate our children, the future inhabitants of this planet, on how

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How To Nurture A Child’s Mental Health

You can teach your child to fulfil his/her physical needs – eat when hungry, get a blanket when cold, go to bed when one feels tired and sleepy etc. As a parent, you can identify such needs and help your child out. But when it comes to mental health, it’s not the same. A child’s mental and emotional needs won’t be as obvious as

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Readying Your Child For Preschool

Enrolling your child in a preschool is a big transition, not just for the child but for the parent as well. A change from all play, no work to suddenly following a routine may prove to be tedious for the kid. And parents, too, may get paranoid with the anxiety of separation, if they are not prepared for this major step. There’s a lot you

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Keep your Kids Busy, At All Times!

Children look forward to vacations because that’s when they can actually get a break from studies and their rigorous school schedule. With loads of free time in-hand, they are free to do anything (well, almost) they’d like. Wake up later than usual, play all day, watch movies, spend additional time with grandparents – the list is endless! Having said that, the kids maybe on

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Fewer Toys = Greater Imaginative Skills

Every parent has been through this: Pass through a toy-shop and you will find your child dragging you into the shop, demanding a toy. Now, there’s no childhood without toys – kids love something to play with, and parents love toys because they keep their kids busy. However, anything in abundance is not really good. If you find your child’s play area resembling a

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