ParentEdge is interesting and informative. I can share it with my children and there is nothing in the magazine that I do not like. I especially like the feature on studying abroad, as my 15-year-old daughter and I keep exploring different education options.
Sujatha S. Chandekar
I like the magazine a lot. The Cover Story on disciplining your child was very useful — in knowing children’s problems, identifying the issues, tackling the situation. I find Product Review informative and since I give a lot of importance to healthy food, the Nutrition and Wellness article helps me a lot. This magazine offers great value for parents and helps us become more aware of various parenting facts. It would be helpful if the magazine could cover overall development of teenagers, handling them, building their personality.
Sunil K. Jose
I generally like all the articles in the magazine, but my favourites are Cover Story, Nutrition &Wellness and Young Parents’ Corner. The magazine is really very educative, informative and helps all the parents in bringing up their children as well-rounded individuals through various articles, expert opinions, etc. You could include more and more articles that help in the cognitive development and psychological aspects of a child’s development.
Sucheth K. G
I like the Dealing with Differences articles. They are informative, not only for the family members of kids with these syndromes, but for the public in general. They make us much more aware and sensitive towards such children. The overall design of the magazine is good. I look forward to reading it and gaining insight on so many day to day issues which we face with our young ones. You are doing a great job. Keep it up!
Tushar and Gunjan Bhatia
ParentEdge magazine is good in all aspects right from the cover page design, print, layout, quality of paper and above all the quality of articles. I like the articles on kids with special needs (I have one with high functioning autism); especially the article in the latest issue about how to manage a special needs kid and his/ her normal sibling, how to increase the bond between them etc.
Gone are the days when parents waited till their child was at least three years old to send her to school, and of course, ‘classes’ were added on much later. Nowadays toddlers as young as 1.5 years are being sent to playhouse or pre-school to give them an early start and prepare them for a […]
Oct 08, 2014ParentEdgeComments Off
A pet peeve of many parents is getting their child to study! As parents, we are ready to make compromises on almost everything else, but not on encouraging our children to give their 100% to academics. And yet, this is one area where they dig their heels in and make us push harder and harder. […]
Oct 08, 2014ParentEdgeComments Off
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...
With reports of increasing obesity and key nutrient deficiencies in seemingly healthy looking children, poor diets are becoming a huge concern. This is further fuelled by easy access to refined processed foods, the onslaught of advertisements for these foods, a shift from traditional food habits and the lack of...