I read many articles on parenting in different magazines but the quality of ParentEdge, which considers both parent and child points of view, is really appreciable. And the topics, which the magazine covers, are well-researched and tailored for all ages. The articles on multiple intelligence were very helpful. Again, the cover story in March - April issue on obesity in children dealt with the most common problem faced by children nowadays. It helped us understand the seriousness of the issue, gave us opinions from doctors, and showed us ways to tackle this issue. Some regular topics on Yoga for children should also be incorporated. Thank you ParentEdge team for bringing out such a wonderful magazine that helps us to understand our children better and help them grow better. ParentEdge is the best gift a parent can get. So I will suggest this magazine to my friends.
I liked the article on careers in Physics, and I also like the articles that you have on higher education, because these are relevant, informative, and important to parents who have to decide on their children’s career. The overall design of magazine is nice, and the presentation is better than before. I would like to see articles on extracurricular activities like music and sports because we need the children to be engaged in some or the other thing.
The Mar-Apr issue had some really relevant articles, and gave me useful tips about managing my 3-year old. I especially liked the articles on pestering and changing schools quite a bit. They were both very relevant to working parents and provided some good insights. I feel that ParentEdge fills an important reading space, especially for working parents who may not have time in hand to read lengthy tomes. I would like to see a more diverse reading list for children less than 5 years and also articles on useful teaching aids for this age. I would definitely recommend ParentEdge to other parents as it is a good magazine.
ParentEdge is one of the best parenting magazines I have read so far. It is well designed with a pleasant user experience. The articles seem to be chosen with a lot of thought and deliberation and are very well written. I have a beautiful, sensitive, seven-year-old daughter. Articles on nutrition and development milestones have alerted me on certain things which I was doing wrong with her upbringing, and helped me remedy those. In the latest issue, the article on child abuse touched me completely. It provided me with insights on how one should address the abused child, and reassuring the child that it is not his/ her fault. I would like to congratulate the ParentEdge team for their excellent efforts in compiling this magazine, and reaching out to parents in the most beautiful and touching way ever. Keep up the good work.
The best part about ParentEdge is that it covers aspects for all ages; everything from toddlers to teenage children. My child is two years old, and I find a lot of information and tips which are really helpful. I also like the index, where there is a representation of articles for various age groups and various categories (education, health etc.).
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