• India’s most comprehensive parenting portal, with excerpts from ParentEdge – India’s leading parenting magazine

Books for kids

Featured Expert

Featured Expert


In today’s world, high expectations of parents are creating a burden on children who cannot fulfill them, so the article ‘How to raise a high achiever’ has come at the right time. The article gives information on how to achieve a perfect blend of expectations and appreciation of effort. I am very impressed by the information given in each article and the efforts put in to make it so perfect for parents of any age group of children. Well-done team Parent edge!
It will be good if you can cover problems faced by single child and solutions for the same and also how to make the child emotionally stronger to deal with bullying.


Featured Articles

  • E-Learning for High School Students

    Ever wanted to take a class that was not offered in your school? Or a class that is beyond the spectrum of your subject choices? The good news is that you can! Welcome to the world of e-learning, which gives everybody the chance to explore subjects beyond their horizons and gain more insight into a […]

  • Maths Games from Logic Roots

    Maths Games from Logic Roots Logic Roots, a company with ex-IITians, has come up with a series of Maths games for children of all ages. Manufacturer’s Claims examined “500% better Math. Up to 20 times more practice in the same time. Great speed, stronger fundamentals and no more silly mistakes in Math.” We vouch...

  • Children and Cooking

    No matter where children disappear to, they can be found peeping into the kitchen close to dinnertime, or any other time they smell something cooking. Watching their parents as they waltz around the kitchen, handling several different pots and pans, dicing and sautéing, tasting, adding salt and pepper… Cooking...

  • Don’t Let Your Child Quit

    Rohit, a five-year-old, does not play with his vast collection of blocks, jigsaws and construction sets for more than 10 minutes. Medha, a nine-year-old, begs for ballet classes; her parents give in but she wants to quit after a few weeks. Rekha, a teenager, wants to be ‘rid of Maths’ after Grade 10. The variety...