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.
In your magazine, I find a great combination of topics (related to parenting, how to respond to a particular behaviour of the child, nutrition and health, education) that address the concerns of most parents. I get all the information that I need from a single magazine. The detailed analysis, feedback from the experts really helps in day to day handling of issues.
The information regarding latest technology in pre-school and primary education, in the last issue, helps parents in following the same method of teaching at home as well. The article on vocational courses was very impressive as it presented a lot of streams that one can opt for. The opinions given by practitioners gave a realistic picture.
Some information on yoga for young kids, and information on admission to pre-schools will be helpful.
I liked the May-June issue, it has a lot of good pointers. The cover story let me know how much to push my child. The articles are well researched, and some are ‘interestingly’ useful articles! It would be good if there are more articles on children up to six years of age as the development of the brain of the child is extremely important at this stage. It would be very useful for many parents if there are articles about the Montessori - way of teaching, as it is a scientifically proven method and followed globally.
The Cover Story in the May– June 2015 issue of ParentEdge is quite helpful to parents in making the children achieve what they want. We liked the article on vocational courses and the listing of useful websites. ParentEdge is very useful and a nearly perfect magazine. Almost each section contains vital information that helps in parenting.
Preeti Amit Mahajan
It is a pleasure to read ParentEdge as it is a store house of “how-to-do” on all matters related to kids. ParentEdge could be called a second parent to parents guiding them on how to cope with various issues of children. The May-June issue in particular gave me insights into different aspects of parenting. I was impressed with the cover story ‘How To Raise a High Achiever’; it was very helpful to me. ‘Should your child snack?’ is one more article that comes to my mind which was useful for my everyday parenting.
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