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LOL– Developing Humor in Children

It’s never too early to start developing a child’s sense of humor. Babies’ smiles and laughs are so delightful that we often do this intuitively — smiling at them or tickling them many times a day just to hear a chuckle. Babies don’t really understand humor but they do know when you’re smiling and happy. […]

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Miracles happen

As a person, since my childhood, I love miracles. Since I am a playschool facilitator, I see miracles happening around me. Those miracles are our children and I can’t stop adoring them and feeling ecstatic. Great adaptability: Yes, we guide them and consult them time and again. From gradually changing to a new biological clock […]

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Children and Play: Role of Play in Early Childhood

No, it isn’t a Child’s Play! “Our children from their earliest years must take part in all the more lawful forms of play, for if they are not surrounded with such an atmosphere they can never grow up to be well conducted and virtuous citizens.”- Plato These are the words of one of the greatest […]

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School ready or Life ready

All these years, I have heard at least 1200 parents during the admission counselling, hardly ever, any of them has asked me if a playschool could help children get life ready. I feel pretty uncomfortable when parents ask me if I have a Montessori setup or I follow CBSE curriculum or some international curriculum. No […]

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JUMPSTART YOUR KID’S CONFIDENCE

With a few years of experience being around with kids, one thing I’ve found similar around the world is that kids need to learn how to believe in themselves to succeed. It doesn’t matter where they live, the process of cultivating a deeper sense of confidence happens in the same way wherever you are.   […]

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Spick and Span house, What’s that again?

I am sure you are proud of your housekeeping skills? Are your homes good enough to be on the cover page of Good Homes? Chances are you don’t have children under eight! If you have children at home, forget about having a spick and span house. I know there are people who have children and […]

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