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Physical Health

  • 29 Dec , 2016
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Two-year-olds explore all the ways to travel from here to there, including rolling, crawling, creeping, walking, running, jumping and climbing. They can also kick a small ball forward, catch a rolled ball and throw a ball overhand (but with little accuracy). Two-year-olds love finger play activities (e.g., "The Itsy, Bitsy, Spider"), pounding and squeezing clay, shaking rhythm instruments, and scr.

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School Age: Ages 6-11

  • 24 Dec , 2016
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How They Communicate School-age kids begin to view the world in complex ways. At this stage, children often move from being concrete thinkers to being more reflective ones. They think more logically about world events, while still viewing them subjectively. They start to look at causes and begin asking more challenging questions. Between the ages of 6 and 11, kids become purposeful. They think i.

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Comparing Preschool Philosophies: Play-Based vs. Academic

  • 24 Dec , 2016
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Picking a preschool should be easy, but with so many different terms and philosophies, it can be overwhelming. With a little research, you can make the right choice for your child’s first formal educational experience and set the stage for a lifetime of learning. Factors to Consider Beyond school philosophy and classroom methods, parents should consider many other aspects of a given school, inc.

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Kids learning !!!

  • 22 Dec , 2016
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As per the famous saying “Play is the beginning of knowledge”. Play is so integral to childhood that a child who does not have the opportunities to play is cut off from a major portion of childhood. Twenty years ago, kids in preschool, kindergarten and even first and second grade spent much of their time playing: building with blocks, drawing or creating imaginary worlds, in their own heads o.

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Child Development and Positive Parenting Tips

  • 22 Dec , 2016
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As a famous proverb “Home is the first school, and parents are the first teachers.” Much before a child enters into a school, there are many lessons learnt by kids from their parents. Right from the first year of child’s development, babies learn to focus their vision, reach out for things and explore surroundings around them. One important point to remember – a child learns more in the f.

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Tips for choosing best Preschool

  • 22 Dec , 2016
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Think about choosing a preschool the same way you would think about finding a new job or a new paediatrician for your child. In either situation, you would expect to invest lots of time and energy in making the right decision. You would ask around, go on interviews, and seek the advice of others. The same goes for preschool. But now all these worries are gone as we have our new application i.e. Sk.

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Does usage of gadgets affect your Child’s Development?

  • 13 Dec , 2016
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We live in a technology-saturated time. We often hear kids complain about parents spending too much time on their mobile devices or any other gadgets, although sometimes the kids are complaining because they want to use the device! Our smart phones and tablets are useful and very compelling, but there’s no question that they can pull us away from being present to our children. The picture of a p.

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A school without a Playground

  • 13 Dec , 2016
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A school without a playground? It seems unfathomable, but it is the sad reality for a surprising number of schools today in India. Playgrounds are becoming an afterthought, a “nice-to-have” school feature, but not one that is considered vital to a student’s academic achievement. With Smriti Irani as the HRD Minister, schools are under immense pressure to give equal importance to sports and g.