5 Reasons To Choose THE LEARNING CURVE

The loftier the building, the deeper must the foundation be laid. In the same way, for your child’s bright future, you must invest in his/her education. With admissions season closing in, every parent is in a fix trying to find the perfect school. And the end for the search of the perfect preschool stops with The Learning Curve. This is why: 1) Curriculum: The

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Clever Winter Activities For Kids

It’s that time of the year again when out come the thick hoodies and the jackets! Winter season is loved by all. Parents love winters because the weather is pleasant and the kids love it because it’s the season of holidays, fun and of course, Santa Claus! This winter, we list below fun things you can do with your children and family. You can

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Yes, The Learning Curve has turned 7 years young!

The journey has been absolutely enthralling and our happiness knows no bounds. And we know that this wouldn’t be possible without the support of you, dear parents, and we are glad you all placed faith in us and joined us in our journey to realizing the dream of quality & excellent children education. 7 year’s worth of experiences has made us grow leaps and

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Literacy In This 21st Century

You need high order skills to survive in this technological modern world.  So the 21st-century literacy is a collection of many higher order skills. We need to develop new literacy skills required for the future so that our children can flourish in the future. But we cannot forget that these 21st-century skills are built on the foundation of traditional literacy: reading, writing, and basic

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Seasonal Fruits And Vegetables a Child Must Eat!

Eating fruits and vegetables according to the calendar? Sounds odd, right? Well, following a calendar for what fruits and vegetables to eat during the entire time of the year can have certain advantages. Certain fruits and vegetables grow only during a certain period of time in the year. And these seasonal fruits & vegetables carry specific nutrients which can help you get healthier and

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The Bond Of Siblings

A relationship between siblings is one of contradictions. All those fights for the TV remote and the last cookie are balanced out by fun play times and family outings. When it comes to sibling relations when both are very young, it falls on the parents to play peacemaker, act as the bridge between the siblings. Parents must ensure that feelings of competition, jealousy aren’t

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A Teacher’s Impact on a Child’s Life

A child’s mind is like a mound of clay and teachers are the artisans who give that clay shape and clarity. Young minds need the right combination of care and independence, empowerment and challenge so they can thrive in their lives. To ensure that this is what they get, the teacher or guru’s role is of paramount important. Taking from Hindu mythology, the best

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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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