The magazine is very good. I think it is very useful for today’s parents. I liked the article on boosting a child’s immunity. One of my children is five years old; she catches colds quite frequently. The article gave me clarity about which food I should give the child in order to improve her immunity. I also liked the article on ‘Children and community service’, even though it is a bit early for my child. I feel that it is important for parents to let children know the importance of community service at an early age.
T. Bhadra Rao
The magazine is very good. Sometimes I am confused about what to do, how to go about in a situation, then the magazine gives me tips to deal with various aspects, be it education or health of my children. I would like to know whether a child should be taught or left on her own to learn because my child’s teachers say that a child should be left on her own, she will gradually learn things. It will be good if your magazine can address this topic.
I first came across ParentEdge on Facebook and decided to subscribe to it. Overall, it’s a good magazine based on a good concept. I liked the last issue’s Nutrition and Health topic on balanced diets. I would like to see more articles that deal with the different behaviours of children, how we can tackle them in various situations…..
The cover story on not letting children quit was very good – I was actually looking for information on this topic in relation to my older son. And the article gave me some tips which are now helping me manage him better! I also liked the new icons that you have included – they are very colourful. Another aspect that I like about your magazine is the way you cover psychological aspects of a child’s development, through expert insights. My daughter who is in Grade 1 also likes to pick up the magazine daily and read it – she is attracted by its design!
I have benefited a lot from ParentEdge magazine as I work in a school and your magazine talks a lot about education of children. I liked the cover story on enrichment classes as we can get an idea on activities that can be done outside school.
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