How to Teach Thankfulness in Young Children

How to Teach Thankfulness in Young Children

What is that thing which makes a person thankful and why is it that we often only acknowledge our appreciation for what is important in our lives around the holidays? While it is true that we shouldn’t only be thankful at the end of every year, it’s actually a very...Read more
The Difference Between Punishment and Discipline

The Difference Between Punishment and Discipline

It is important to correct your child’s misbehavior, but there is a huge difference between punishment and discipline. Discipline teaches about how to make a better choice next time, while punishment making a child suffer for breaking the rules. What Is Punishment? Punishment is a penalty for a child’s offense...Read more
6 Ways You Can Help Your Children Succeed At School

6 Ways You Can Help Your Children Succeed At School

As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. When parents and families are involved in their children’s schools, the children do better and have better feelings about going to school. Meet your child’s teacher:- As a parent, try to find a way to meet your child’s...Read more
Encouraging Your Toddler To Drink Water

Encouraging Your Toddler To Drink Water

There’s a reason why water is an integral part of the body. It is the fountainhead of life and the source of all growth. But helping toddlers drinking too much water is a job easier said than done. Water for toddlers not only makes muscles function efficiently, but it also...Read more
6 Brain Training Exercises for Children and Teens

6 Brain Training Exercises for Children and Teens

Elevator Breathing:-  Practicing deep breathing (“elevator breathing” or moving the breath to all parts of the body) helps improve memory as well as emotional control. Kids love doing this, so do it often. Start out by having your child sitting in a cross-legged position or lying down and breathing naturally....Read more
11 Ways To Improve a Child’s Memory

11 Ways To Improve a Child’s Memory

ENCOURAGE QUESTIONS:- Understanding a subject is the first step to remembering anything. Encouraging your child to ask questions helps ensure he or she is developing a deeper comprehension of the topic. This also helps kids develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. CREATE RHYMES AND SONGS:- Help your child make a...Read more