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The Dengue Panic

The Dengue Panic

For months, the newspaper headlines screamed detailed details how Dengue was killing people, across ages. This induced more panic to the already panic-struck media worshippers. (Phew! Thankfully the media folks slowly have shifted their focus now to Narendra Modiji, comprehending Dengue has gathered its own "Popularity", its own way!) Being a mother of 3 children (Yes! You read it right!!!), I try to be vigilant about their safety and well-being, with whatever information I have gathered from my mother, mother-in-law, Facebook posts, Whatsapp forwards, my friends...and mostly Google! (The mother of all mothers!!!) My youngest child's abrupt “Fever and Sick Leave-Back to School-Fever and Sick Leave” pattern repeating for 3 consecutive times left me confused and worried, whether the “New-school-phobia” was inducing sickness or was it something else...
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How to prepare your toddler for preschool

How to prepare your toddler for preschool

Your toddler joining preschool is a major milestone in life, you and your child must be going through mixed emotions. At one hand you must be excited that your little baby is stepping into the big world and will make new friends, learn so many interesting things and on the other hand there's a slight jitteriness about how they are going to manage in preschool without you. So here's a list of helpful tips to prepare yourself and your child for preschool. #1 Practice separation Start with practicing separation for a while before the school actually start. Try leaving your kid with his grandparents or arrange play dates for him with other preschoolers so that you both know he'll be fine without you. #2 Shopping for school Go out shopping for the school supplies with your kid and let them choose their school bag, lunch box, water bottles and stationary. This will build up the excitement of school in yo...
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How to engage kids in monsoon

How to engage kids in monsoon

Monsoons are the most welcome weather change after the scorching heat in the summers. For us adults, it's the season of sipping hot tea/coffee with some mouth-watering snacks while sitting on our balcony/porch and enjoying the rains. While adults enjoy the weather, it can rather be a very boring and dull season for our kids as they get house-arrested and don't get much chance to go out and play. Keeping our little devils entertained while they are at home is a big challenge for all the mommies! So here's a list of engaging activities for your little one and with these, you can create monsoon magic and make staying indoors fun for your kids!! ARTS AND CRAFT Encourage your kids to enhance their creative skills and indulge in paper craft and finger painting. Kids can make bookmarks, greeting cards etc. You can even introduce them to origami. Help them make puppets from old socks and stir up a story then let your kids narrate that story through puppets...
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Old MacDonald had a Farm, Ee i ee i oh!!

Old MacDonald had a Farm, Ee i ee i oh!!

“Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” -Plato   Hello all! Let me start by wishing all the readers a very Happy and Prosperous New Year! After a much needed vacation break, am happy to be back and share the next topic of my Multiple Intelligence article series. Having dealt with the relatively “academic” topics in my earlier blogs, I decided to go with a light, yet very essential medium of learning in children, music, and what better way to kick off the New Year than in a melodious musical way!   Musical Intelligence-A few years ago, people found it difficult to associate music with academics, learning or education. It was usually seen as a recreational activity, some pass time or for a very few as an actual career option. However, over the last few years this notion has seen a major setback, thanks to...
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Hop a little, jump a little, run a little!!

Hop a little, jump a little, run a little!!

Hello again! The festivals and vacation are over and am back to the grind, if am allowed to say so! After enjoying a week long break from school and work, am trying to get back to the daily school routine and the tasks at hand. As the new term dawns, there is a lot of running around, planning and event organization, which is testing my physical ability. The second academic term usually is full of activities other than academics, and the one right at the top of my mind is our very own Sports Day. It’s only now that I have realized that being a “Fit” kindergarten teacher is as important as inculcating the idea of being fit and active in young children. And who better to teach me this all important lesson than my very own bodily-kinesthetic kindergarteners! The use of their body in terms of music, movement, sports and games and other activities transcends way beyond just being physically fit. These busy bees are always on their feet, doing things by themselves and lea...
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