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  • Malti Shanker
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    Which are the healthy snacking options for kids? Which Indian snacks are unhealthy for kids? How to make interesting snacks for kids? Read More...
    Hi, when it comes to preparing snacks for the children parents face a hard time thinking about what to make and whether the child will eat it or not. All the moms seem to get confused as in what to make which is tasty as well as tasty. I have also been through this situation and to find a solution I looked out for recipes on the internet which the children could eat happily. There are several recipes which you can make at home for your children. The only thing a mom requires is time and proper dedication to prepare tasty lunch or snack for the kids.
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    Though my daughter studies all day, I feel she isn’t learning much. She just does mugging of the formulas and answers for the sake of scoring good marks and is actually not learning much at school. I live in Raipur. Can someone suggest some good CBSE schools here? Read More...
    Hello, you can also look for Delhi Public School, which is a CBSE school in Raipur. The address of the school is Baloda Bazar Road, Raipur Ho, Raipur-Chhattisgarh - 492001, Semariya. The contact number of the school is +(91)-771-2284801, 2284802, 2284803, 2284804, mobile number is +(91)-8223039998 and fax number is +(91)-771-2284804. This is a really good school and the teachers in the school are well qualified and really helpful. I find this school really good for my child and highly recommend it to everyone.
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    It is difficult to take care of nutritional needs of school going children. Their food preferences depend on what their friends eat in school and what is available to them in school. Many school-aged children depend on junk food to get nourishment. This is a disturbing trend. What do you say? Read More...
    Hello, the body of a growing child also requires essential fatty acids and calcium and iron in a good amount. If there is no proper intake of the fatty acids it can cause deficiency of the unsaturated fatty acids causing poor performance in school. Further cases children can also get dyslexic and dyspraxic. Calcium is extremely important for the development of bones and teeth and should be consumed daily through milk and other dairy products. Otherwise it can cause osteoporosis in the children. Even iron is an essential component required by the body for increasing the blood flow and can be received from meat and fish.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    How to encourage creativity in kids? Can creativity be developed in every kid? What to do if a child is not interested in creative activities?
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    Hello, creativity can be shown in different fields like art, craft, food or any other thing. When a child is said to be creative it is seen that he is confident in doing things and also has thinking capability of his own. Having creativity does not only mean having it in art or dance or music or any other hobbies but it can be in anything. There are people who use their creativity in solving problems as well. It is also said that creativity help the person to be more flexible and a great thinker. If your child has such talent, then he is really lucky.
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    How can parents make kids have their meals happily? How to make simple meals interesting for kids? How to prepare nutritious yet kid friendly meals?
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    Make sure to make something which is appealing to the eyes and looks and smells delicious so that your child wants to eat it. Children are always fussy eaters and only eat things which are appealing to their taste-buds. You can make a salad basket, wherein you can bake a whole wheat basket or it is readily available in any grocery store or malls. You can cut up all the favourite fruits which your child likes into cubes and then season them with herbs or any other seasoning or you can simply add chat masala or salt in it to make it sweet and spicy. Serve it by adding all the fruits into the basket and your child will love eating it.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    What is the right age to introduce computers and internet to children? How can parents supervise the computer usage in children? How to teach internet safety to children?
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    Along with all the problem today are occurring due to internet there are several other problems also apart from the internet which can cause harm to your child if they are not supervised. If they sit on the computer for too long or improperly they might tend to develop the computer vision syndrome. This syndrome is caused due to excessive use of computers and laptops where children have to strain their eyes on the monitor to focus and this can cause strain in the eyes and even fatigue. Some children also suffer from Myopia which is called as nearsightedness.
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    What are the characteristics of genius children? How do some children grow-up into genius? Can every parent raise a genius?
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    Taking children to the museum, exhibitions, libraries and many other interesting places can help the child learn a lot of different things and visualising it and hearing it can make those things last forever in their memory. You can also take your children for movies which are informative and good for the children to watch. Children can grow faster if there is some praising and appreciating for them from the parents. This can help them to be encouraged and study a bit more and might want to learn more. If there is no praising at all then the child might lose interest and can also go into a depression or anxiety.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    Does your child misbehave? What are the common causes of misbehaviour in children? What do you do when your child misbehaves in public?
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    Hello, there are some children who lack confidence in them and are scared of being a failure. This might be one of the reasons why the child start misbehaving to hide their failure of low confidence. They just do it to prove that they are superior and are not scared of anything but in reality it is the opposite. In this case parents should support their child and increase his level of confidence by supporting and motivating him. Encouraging him to face the challenges and also helping him get through it will be very helpful for the child.
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    My child is just 9 years old but is very conscious about her weight. she fears putting on weight so tries to minimize her intake. I think she is too small to have weight concerns and moreover she is not the heavier side also. Read More...
    Remember children always look up to their parents and other family members as their role model and try to follow them. So unless and until you don’t start eating healthy do not expect your child to start eating all of a sudden when you serve him. Make a point that everybody in the family eats healthy. Try to eat meals, snacks together as a family so that your child can also learn eating habits. Make sure that the TV is off and the kid is completely concentrating on his or her food. I hope this tips will help you and your child.
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    Many parents still believe in the myth that their children should naturally just get along, being loving, affectionate, and supportive of each other. However this is seldom a reality. My two kids fight like hell. They are always fighting over trivial issues. I am always acting like a referee. Is this the way siblings behave? Read More...
    Hey, coping up with children is difficult and managing them is next to impossible. It is important that you children as a team and they also feel as a team. Make them realise that team work always works and let them solve their problems on their own. Remember do not punish them if they are not listening and try to be stubborn. Never take sides as they might feel neglected. Avoid yelling and threatening the kids as children who are punished are more prone to get angry and more likely to fight with each other. Try to use positive disciplines and positive thoughts which may help children to strengthen their bond.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    How to make sure that kids enjoy their summer vacations? How to keep kids busy during summers? Which are the best activities for kids during summers?
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    All the children love beaches and you can rarely find a child who does not. Children are overexcited when they come to know that they are going on a beach. Plan a small trip with your family and hit the nearby beach. It is great in summers to beat the heat. Kids enjoy playing in the water and also love building castles and collecting the sea shells. The atmosphere of the beach also makes them feel fresh and active. It is the best way to spend your hot summers. I highly recommend you to take your children on a beach.
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    How to motivate kids to exercise regularly? How to encourage kids to eat healthy? Is it necessary for skinny kids to exercise?
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    Maintaining child’s healthy weight is one hard task as today children are fond of eating junk and unhealthy food than eating healthy food. Creating awareness in them about healthy food and what they eat gives them what will help them understand how necessary it is to eat healthy food. Always try to make dishes tastier and the way your child likes it, try to add a healthy twist to his or her favourite dishes so that they enjoy the dishes and also intake the healthy things. Let them have plenty of fruits and vegetables if they love soup then make different vegetable soups as well.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    My son has been the shortest boy in his class since he was a kid. Though his height has increased but still he is the shortest boy. He is now in class 5. Does this mean that he has some growth problems> Do I need to check with a doctor? Read More...
    I agree with you completely, it is very necessary to have at least two glasses of milk daily. Adding more dairy products to your consumption can help in increase the height. Eating paneer, cheese, yoghurt and many other things can be beneficial. There are also genetic factors which affect the growth of the height. Genes from both sides of the family are considered and if someone is short then the child can be short. It is not necessarily the parent’s height which should be taken under consideration. Drinking plenty of fresh water throughout the day can also help in increase of the height by flushing out all the toxins and having a proper metabolism.
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    My son is given everything he wants and he has never been denied anything. All his demands are met but still I find him stealing something from his friends. What could be the reason for this, I need parental advice. Read More...
    Hello, children can be taught good things with patience and love. They understand everything if you are loving and caring to them. Talk to them understand their problems and try to fix them. Try to make your child a responsible one by giving him some pocket money to manage and also try to teach him how to solve his own problems and handle situation in a good way. You should respect your child and in return he will learn the importance of respecting you and other things after seeing you. I hope this will be helpful for you.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    What are the common causes of fights between siblings? How to end the sibling fights? How to prevent sibling rivalry?
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    The most common problem between siblings is fighting and rivalry. They swing back and forth, fight, get back together and again fight. All the parents find it quite energy draining and irritating when their children fight. Even though this is quite common and can be seen in every single house who has two kids or more. There are some houses where the siblings are so good with each other and do not fight and we wish that our kids should be like them. In this case at least one sibling compromises for other or both are mature enough to be sharing their things and thoughts.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    Peer pressure in school makes your child to go along with a group or classmates, compromising his beliefs, self-worth, etc.. As a result, it leads to rejection. This is a bad sign. While there is also a positive side to it while going along with a crowd to become more productive with positive thoughts, enabling your child to achieve more in life. Read More...
    Peer pressure is faced by everybody throughout their lives, be it children, teenagers or adults. As parents we can encourage them to speak their thoughts. It is of no use being a mere puppet and having no thoughts of our own. Peer influence takes place in every age and the main reason behind this influence is to be accepted by a group and also be valued by friends. Some do as their peers do because they like it and some do it under pressure. It is not always negative and something done against the will. Usually peer pressure is more in teenagers than children.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    My kid does not like to study. He hates Math especially and for other subjects also he is not much interested. How do I make study enjoyable for him? Read More...
    Hello, you should motivate your child by the joy of learning so that your child does the best. Discipline is important but inspire your children with some goals so that they feel motivated to achieve them. Tell them where studies can lead them so that they don’t feel pointless and abstract. Tell them the importance of studying and grades, how it will benefit them in the future and how far they can go if they study properly. Also let them know how proud you will be of them when they study properly and succeed in life.
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    The UNESCO Institute of Statistics estimates that a little over 2,00,000 Indian students travel abroad for higher education. Unsurprisingly, the top five destinations for Indian students, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, have some of the best and most popular universities in the world. Given modern Visa restrictions it is a telling sign of the high esteem that Indian students are held in by foreign universities. Despite the fact that the door to foreign universities is open to Indian students there are some development goals essential to ensure both admission and success abroad.

    1. Language Skills and Writing: When making a comparison between National boards and International boards in India, it is very obvious that there is a higher emphasis given to essay writing and language skills in International schools. This is done with good reason as foreign universities grade a large part of a student's academic career based on curriculum related essays that involve both in depth research and good quality academic writing.

    2. Research Skills: Foreign universities take plagiarism and originality very seriously. Very often a student may inadvertently use an idea or a quote without proper citation and fall foul of the rules of research and citation. International schools not only teach proper research and citation but also teach students effective ways of researching to ensure that any previously published idea has been given due credit. In addition there is a strong system in place to ensure that all instances of plagiarism are found out to ensure that students are always vigilant when writing essays and other assignments. RIMS International School ensures that its students are not only well trained in how to research, but are meticulous in citation and chasing a reference to determine the actual origin of quotations and ideas used in their essays and other coursework.

    3. Finding the Right Course: Very often students arrive at foreign universities only to discover that they have signed up for a course for which they are not well suited. This unfortunate situation can be blamed on a variety of reasons like bad advice, peer pressure to do a popular paper, not enough research about the course etc. However, the most important reason is usually that the student did not have sufficient opportunity to learn about options and guidance when choosing courses. RIMS teachers are experienced in helping their students explore the various options available to them for further study. In addition, RIMS’s low student-to-teacher ratio ensures that teachers can dedicate significant time to help students through one-on-one guidance.


    4. Thinking Out-of-the-box: One of the biggest criticisms of University education in this country is that there is little deviation from the prescribed syllabus and students rarely get to explore the boundaries of the subjects that they are studying. While Indian students have the desire, drive and intelligence to study abroad, it is important that they develop the ability to look into new areas of research for coursework as this is what gets them better grades as well as sets them on the path to recognition. RIMS International always encourages its students to think differently about problems, to research widely and to formulate ideas and theories that set students apart from the ones in other International Schools.

    5. Learning to be Independent: For students going overseas, this will be their first experience of not only living alone but of fending for themselves. Even children who have been to boarding school get used to the regimented lifestyle and find it difficult to adjust to the self-discipline and decision making of living abroad on their own. While students learn the most about being independent from their parents, schools can play a major role as well. At RIMS, we ensure that our students receive guidance but also learn to take decisions and responsibilities inside of the classroom, in their coursework and in non-academic subjects and projects.

    Overseas education not only gives students an edge in their chosen careers, it teaches them to become different people, makes students independent and ensures that they are aware of their world. It is essential that any student choosing to study abroad covers all the basic knowledge and skill requirements so that they can concentrate on the higher aspects of their course and experience abroad. The five points above are essential to any student studying overseas and it is important that students have these inculcated through their formative years so that they are already experienced when they reach their University of choice. Read More...
    Hi, if your child is confident and determined then you should definitely support him or her to study in abroad. But it is not always easy as it looks. Your child will have to deal with the language, food, accommodation and may more other things. Adjusting to their language and culture can be difficult at times. And settling down might take a bit of time. He or she may also find studying and the course quite different and difficult from how we are taught. Living there alone without your loved ones is also a great thing and adjusting might take time.
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  • Malti Shanker
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    What are the causes of aggressive behaviour in kids? How to deal with aggressive behaviour in kids? Is it possible to discipline aggressive kids?
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    Hi, I had read somewhere that many kids who are aggressive show their aggressive nature starting from their preschool age. They start hitting their classmates, taking their toys, screaming, pulling and many other things. There might be several reasons for this kind of behaviour as they are scared or have fear of something. Mostly they seem to remove their frustration by behaving like this and they think by doing this they can be superior or try to repeat thing which he or she has seen earlier. It is important that you be supportive and understand the reason behind it.
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