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Teaching your children about the natural world

We introduce our kids to some common animals at a very young age. Which child will not know Cat, Dog, Monkey, Lion and birds like Crow, Pigeon, or Parrots? I realized that however, our children are...

Kids’ Kitchen Korner: Learning from the Kitchen

A kitchen is a storehouse of our happiness. Not only does it contain the delights that satiate our sense of taste but also does well to bond us to our family through numerous memories of dining...

Learning from Musical Instruments

Age: 3-7 years I define music as ‘unseen beauty’. It lifts our spirits, brings fun and creativity into life, sounds pleasant to our ears and can even calm our mind. It is the only universal...

Fun with Phonics: Teach Phonics in a Fun Way

Ideal Age: 3.5 years – 6.5 years It is fascinating to see our children grow through their different phases and one such thrilling phase is when they begin to put words together into sentences....

Cognitive Games to build Cognisant Minds

In my previous blog (http://parentedge.in/fun-and-educational-games-for-kids/), I highlighted several cognitive and ‘age old’ games for your elementary and middle school kids. This month, we are...

Fun and Educational Games for Kids

Last week I came across a post on Facebook that reminded of a game my dad used to play with us. Dad has always been great with kids. He attracts kids the way magnets attract paper clips. Besides fun,...

Teach kids to code the games they play

This blog has been contributed by Guest Blogger, Sumedha Singh. The joys of learning by doing! A couple of years back, my then 6 year old came back home from school all excited, glowing with joy and...

Holiday Art – Create from Scrap!

Christmas or any another festival, we humans pretty much imitate the busy activity of a beehive during festive seasons. However, before the crowd attacks the shopping centers, newspapers speak out...