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    How to encourage kids to have a glass of milk every day? How to include fruits in diet of kids? Which are the best milkshakes for kids?
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    The best milkshake one can have throughout the year is the mango milkshake. First mangoes were available only during the summer seasons but now you can get it throughout the year. You can even store the mango pulp at home. You can make the mango milkshake by adding the mango pulp and water to the blender and blend it for a while and then later on you can add the milk and required amount of sugar in it and blend it for a minute or so. This is a nutrient rich milkshakes loaded with vitamins, minerals, potassium and lot of fibre.
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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...
    A healthier option and light to the stomach of the children are the vegetable uttapam. This is one filling healthy snack option and the children love to eat it and it takes hardly take 10 minutes to prepare these and it also makes sure that your child is eating all the vegetables. This is filling and the children will stay full till a long time but is not very heavy. When you put different vegetables the uttapam looks colorful and appealing to the children and they feel like eating it. I am sure this dish you will try and your kids will love it.
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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...
    Eat breakfast every day to help maintain concentration in class. A good breakfast should be able to provide a third of the total daily energy requirement. A typical breakfast includes a cereal, rice, bread, and oats, protein-rich food such as egg, a glass of milk and vitamin C rich fruit e.g. orange, and papaya. One study found that an overnight and morning fast among school children had deleterious effects on memory and attention. Empirical evidence from research on the effects of breakfast on cognition shows that particularly for younger children, skipping breakfast can have adverse effects on both general energy levels and cognition of school children.
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    Which are the different types of learning disabilities in children? How to detect learning disabilities in children? How to help children with learning disabilities?
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    Children are mostly hyperactive and full of energy when they are small. They are continuously spending their energy in different activities. This energy can affect the child’s ability to do a task and can cause him to be hyperactive. The child might find it extremely difficult to concentrate on one thing or task. This is the reason he cannot sit still and concentrate in school and also can face problems while normal interactions with the other children. Such children also tend to get hyper easily and can throw tantrums when he told to do things which he does not want to. For such children it is necessary that they receive therapy so that they can live their normal life easily.
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    my daughter back answers and if i tell her not to do it, she says that if I do not answer then also you will scold. I tried explaining her the idfference between back answering and answering but she is in no mood to listen. How can i discipline her? Read More...
    Children misbehave and parents make them understand that behaving badly and back-answering is not good. Some children may not listen but children do and when they do it is necessary that you praise them and appreciate them for behaving properly. Keep appreciating the children when they behave well, this way they will be motivated and expecting more appreciation and for that they will try hard day by day so that you are impressed. Rewarding them for their good behaviour can also be a good option to boost their confidence and motivate them. This way they understand that you also notice their good behaviour and like it.
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    Why are only children who do well in studies labelled as intelligent? Can intelligence be improved? What activities can help to improve child’s intelligence? Read More...
    Hi, there is one more sign to know if your child is intelligent or not and this is not really very hard to find. If your child is very active in everything and also is ready to do things anytime then he is intelligent and gifted. Such children can be engaged in things and can spend time doing those things for hours and can be occupied easily. There are always busy with different activities and can keep themselves occupied by finding new things every time to occupy themselves and such kids do not require company.
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    Why is it necessary to encourage kids to do activities that aid brain development? What are the ways to boost memory of kids? Can playing games help to boost memory of children?
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    Hi I would like to recommend to you the game of Uno. This is a card game where two or more players can play together. In this game the entire family can play and enjoy together. You can play this game with your children according to their age and the maturity level. If your children are too young then you can use the cartoon characters cards and if your children are a bit older than you can use the normal original cards for them with words. This game can help in increasing the patience in the children and also increase their concentration.
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    How does BMI help in determining child’s health? How can BMI of children be calculated at home? Does a high BMI in kids mean a health problem? Read More...
    Consulting a paediatrician is normal but I feel it is sometimes absolutely useless as well. He will just follow up with the exam and see your child’s condition, do some health regarding tests. Then he will also ask you about your child’s diet and physical activities and then then you whether the child’s weight is an issue or is completely normal. He or she might even ask about your family history and the health conditions in the family. All of this information will help the paediatrician to analysis the weight of your child. If you wish you can definitely go to the doctor but I personally do not feel like doing so.
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    Are movies good for children? What can children learn from movies? Which are the best Bollywood movies for children?
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    The film Black is one of the greatest films created by the talented director-producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali. This is an exceptional film and every child should watch this film. This film is about a girl who is deaf, blind and dumb. She is been taught by a teacher who is extremely talented. The story is about her struggles and finding her teacher when she grows up. This is a beautiful story to show your children, they will definitely love it. The movie Do Dooni Chaar is also a great movie to show your children as they can learn the concept of sharing and family support from this film. It is a funny as well as a touching story.
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    Which are the best board games for kids? How are board games beneficial for kids? Do board games help kids to overcome addiction to television or computer?
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    You can also teach your child to play the shopping list game. This game is really beneficial for your child as it helps in increasing the memory, language, vocabulary and thinking skills. These games are also used by the speech psychologists and occupational therapists during their treatment for the children and the adults also. The game has no hard rules and is quite simple to play, children from the age of 3 can play it. The other game which you can teach your child is the mastermind game which is a highly recommended one as it enhances the problem solving capability of the children and also improves the logical thinking of the children. This game can be played by the children who are above 6 years of age.
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    my daughter has a problem of lice. I use medicated shampoos and get rid of the lice but she seems to catch the infection from school. this has been happening for many times. Is there any way to prevent this? Read More...
    My friend’s daughter used to always contract lice from her friends head. The reason being she had long hair and that is why was an easy prey for the transfer of lice. My friend cut her daughters hair to get rid of the lice, which helped to some extent. But still after some days used to come back. Wash all the clothes which were used by the infested person so that it does not spread. Maintain a proper haircare routine and try to maintain hygiene so that lice can be avoided.
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    Does your child throw tantrums in public? Have you ever had an embarrassing moment because of your child’s behaviour? How would you control your child?
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    You should decide how you treat your child as you know your child completely in and out. You should plan all your outings taking in consideration all of your child’s habits and tantrums. You know your child’s schedule and also his behaviour when he is cranky or upset, when he is in good mood. If you suddenly plan to go to the mall with family and your child has had an incomplete nap he will surely act up and irritate you as he is not feeling fresh. Similarly if he is restless do not take him anywhere he might get fussy and annoyed.
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    Why do kids misbehave at school? How to control child’s misbehaviour at school? How to punish kids if they misbehave at school?
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    It is important for us as parents to develop self-control in our children. Children are scared or hurt and that is one of the reason for their mischievous behaviour. If you get angry they try to act that way more and become more stubborn. It is also necessary to know that punishment does not help in this case. The child may feel guilty about herself and in spite of solving the problem it will become worse. The main aim is to find out the reason and try to solve that rather than shouting and scolding your children.
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    What should be done when kids stop listening to their parents? Is it correct to punish the child if he or she does not listen to his or her parents? What are effective ways to get kids to listen to parents? Read More...
    Firstly remember that when your child is not listening to you do not shout at him, this will make him more stubborn and do that more. Just relax and take a step back, calm yourself and always remember your child is not doing all this intentionally. In this age all the children act the same and as said above all the children do not listen to their parents. You can ignore when the child does not listen to you when he watches TV or is playing, but make sure you ask him to repeat what you have said so that he remembers what you have said. This tactic can work a lot.
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    The last ten years has seen tremendous growth in the numbers of international schools in India and in particular, internationals schools in Mumbai. At a casual glance, we can ascertain that the reason behind this was the dissatisfaction with the state and national board schools, many from parents own personal experience of school. While international schools have become a popular choice for parents today, there are still many who are unsure of what are the exact benefits of having your child in one of them.
    To truly understand these schools we should look at the many positive things that they bring to the academic environment rather than make a comparison with the state and national schools (though some unavoidable comparisons will appear). The reason behind this is that many international systems have been in existence for a number of years or are following on from older traditions in modern forms. It is important to understand that none of these systems are reactionary systems and have been developed to provide quality education.


    1. Universally accepted certification: International schools offer universally accepted certification that ensures that your child does not miss out on any opportunities to study further. The certification boards are prestigious and maintain a high quality level and students that receive these certifications are held in high esteem by universities around the world.


    2. A global syllabus for a global world: Thanks to information technology and liberalised economies the world has gotten more familiar with itself than at any time before. This creates a compulsion to make sure that knowledge of the world goes beyond just a hobby. International school syllabuses are tailor made so that students understand the differences and similarities of the world and are able to understand people from everywhere beyond the realm of language.


    3. Multi-disciplinary syllabus: International schools offer a multi-disciplinary syllabus so students are under pressure to choose their specialised career paths at a young age. It also helps develop students that are proficient in a variety of knowledge bases that are beneficial in an environment where multi-speciality individuals are sought after in the working world.


    4. Low student-to-teacher ratio: International school classrooms are much smaller than classrooms in standard Indian schools. This allows teachers to have more personal time with each student so that they get the most out of their learning years.


    5. All-round education: Besides academics, international schools ensure that students also learn from a variety of non-academic subjects and programmes such as sports, dramatics, music and social service. All of these non-academic activities are important for the development of young, well adjusted and healthy minds. Read More...
    Studying in an international school with students from all over the world is a very good opportunity to learn new things daily. It is a fact that the child’s communication skills will definitely develop when he deals with different kids. Sharing, caring and helping will be understood when all the children with different backgrounds have to cope together. In future this can be very useful when your child will have to deal overseas or with foreigners, these communication skills will help him out. I totally feel international schools are beneficial and I highly recommend parents to look forward to it.
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    my in-laws take care of my son. I am completely at ease when they are around. I do not have to worry about his food, homework or anything else. they take care of all his needs. Read More...
    My in laws do not stay with us, but they live nearby so while going to the office me and my husband leave my daughter at their place. I think I am more relaxed and carefree from the day I have started sending my daughter to her grandparents. It was always an issue to find a good nursery to keep my daughter as we both are working and when we found one she did not like it. My in law were kind and willing enough to take care of her and they could also get some quality time with her.I am really thankful to my in laws.
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    My son is 8 years old and his behavior had changed a lot in one year. Today we found that his blazer has some yellow color paint and told him he has to wear sweater instead of blazer. Also told since you went to the 'Art room' it must had happened from there. Then he had started claiming that he didn't do that. We agreed on the same, it had happened accidentally. After this talk he had started complaining that you both are always like this and you told get out, you beat me/you pinched me..we do punish him very rarely. Without remembering why did we punish him he is repeating the same sentences every now and then with exaggeration. How to make him understand how to talk to parents with respect? How can he control his anger? Read More...
    There are many times when you can see different behaviours of the children. Parents tend to get confused that why is the child behaving differently every time. Some children have anger issues and cannot control it. Some children have habit of lying to their parents, some children do not listen to their parents and so many other complains which are never ending. Every parent has a problem with the child’s changing behaviour. But it is necessary that you keep your calm and do not snap at the child or shout at him, try to be patient.
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