How to Create a Healthy Diet Plan for Your Children

Came from a plant, eat it; was made in a plant, don’t.

– Michael Pollan

How many of you remember the Kellogs Chocos ad where a little boy is annoyed over his clever mom’s idea of topping his pizza with eggplant? 

Children sure can bring out the creativity in you when it comes to eating healthy. When kids get fussy with food, their metabolism will get affected.  With a healthy diet plan, you can ensure your kids get the right nutrients in the right quantity.

Read on to discover some diet essentials that will fuel your child’s growth and development.

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5 Tips to Encourage your Children to Study Well

“Study well! Only then will you get a good job when you grow up”. How often did your parents say this to you? And how many of you are still saying this to your children?

Children are a universe of knowledge by themselves. As adults, it’s delightful to come across surprising insights from your young ones when you least expect it. Well, it can be tricky to keep them on the right path.How can you help your children avoid the pressure and unhealthy escape mechanisms? With simple changes in your approach, you can be their best motivators and role models.

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6 Easy Brain Games to Help Boost your Child’s IQ

Children have a short attention span, so they’re always on the hunt for games and activities to keep them occupied! Boost your kids’ cognitive skills and keep them engaged with outdoor games and brain teasers. Brain games are supercharging not just for kids but parents too. Let us explore some fun brain games to help your child improve their coordination, concentration, and fine motor skills.

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10 Kid-friendly Exercise Routines to Follow to Stay Fit at Home

“The child has a different relation to his environment from ours…the child absorbs it. The things he sees are not just remembered, they form part of his soul. He incarnates in himself all in the world about him that his eyes see and the ears hear.”          Maria Montessori

We all know children are powerhouses of energy. Movement and  physical activities are key to their mental and physical development. In their growing years, they should explore and discover the best for themselves. You may notice both children and adults are looking for ways to break the monotony of being at home due to online classes and work from home, respectively.

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How to Plan Your Daily Schedule as a Mom Working From Home

Work from home has become the new normal. For mums this offers a great opportunity to get some work-life balance and spend some quality time with your kids. However, a Mom’s life can get monotonous unless it is planned and scheduled creatively.

Moms working from home have to be super managers as they need to manage home and their office work simultaneously. It is no child’s play as it can be physically and emotionally daunting. A systematic routine will help you be more productive when working from home. Here are some tips!

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What to Do When Your Child Gets Bad Grades?

Getting  good scores in exams is an indication of one aspect of a child’s learning abilities. Some children manage all A grades by understanding concepts well whereas, some just by rote learning. If your child is consistently scoring below average grades you should step in to understand and help. Here are some tips for you to handle a bad grades scenario at home.

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Six Ways to Teach Your Children to Clean up their Room

Did you know that children actually enjoy the proud feeling they get after cleaning up their play area in their school? After playing with their toys while listening to their teachers’ requests, they happily keep them back in the respective boxes. It’s fun to see how enthusiastically they help their friends to keep them back in the exact spots from where they picked it up. It shows they have a sense of responsibility and are good at tidying up places. They just need to feel that it is their right to do so. At home, here are a few ideas parents can try to encourage their children to keep their rooms clean.

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7 Ways to Protect your Kids from Being Bullied

Children are most protected at home. Though initial social skills are learnt there, they grow up with experiences from their external surroundings. It could be school, extra curricular classes, park, parties and even tuition with friends and neighbours. One thing children commonly experience in interactions is bullying. It’s important to equip your kids with the tools they need to handle such a situation. Sometimes, in extreme scenarios, parents may have to interfere. Let us go through some simple techniques you can use to help your children face this reality.

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Combating Your Children’s Screen Time During Lockdown.

Children are storehouses of energy. No one can stop them from venting out their pent up energy. However, the new normal has made them immobile with more screen time. With the changed mode of schooling and other engaging activities taking the shape of laptops, tablets, TVs and mobiles, children and adults are glued to their screens for an unlimited period. Here are some helpful tips to overcome excessive screen indulgence among children.

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Tips To Get Your Newborn To Sleep


Did you know that in the first three years more than 1,000,000 million neural connections are formed per second while the baby is in sound sleep? The importance of sleep for babies can’t be overlooked. But babies don’t know how to put themselves to sleep when they’re tired or how to wake up when they’re well-rested. This behaviour needs to be taught by you and to be learned by your munchkin.

Usually, newborns sleep for 14–17 hours over a 24-hour period and need to be fed every 2–3 hours. While the first months of a baby’s life can be the hardest for parents, understand that each baby has a different sleep pattern. So be patient and with time you’ll become your little one’s sleep ninja!

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