A baby’s thought-process is generally assumed to be irrational and illogical. Alison Gopnik, a child development psychologist, however, debunks the idea by showing how a baby’s mind, in some ways, is similar to that of scientists.
The global market for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) based educational toys is valued at $29 billion and is expected to grow to $35 billion by 2020.
Happy Teacher's Day: A teacher is not just someone explaining textbooks in the classroom; their impact on a child’s life is much more than that. An ideal teacher would go out of their way to educate students, garnering respect and love from them.
The rock-cut Ajanta and Ellora Caves (often visited together) are not only a popular tourist destination in central India, but are an important part of India’s religious and architectural heritage.
If your kids enjoy dance movies like Lakshmi, here’s a list of some others that you can enjoy as a family.
Most new parents go through the anxiety of whether they are raising their child correctly and this constant worry exhausts them. Parenting evolves with generation and time and every parent needs to adjust himself or herself to the change.
Happy Independence Day 2018: On the occasion of India’s 72nd Independence Day, take a look at museums from across the country dedicated to teaching the history of India through the lives and eyes of the people who created it.
From games to food, most children today are missing out on a lot of quintessential things that once comprised childhood bliss in India.
Movies and cuisine are truly two aspects that reflect how society thinks.
We’ve put forth a list of movies on cute, not-so-little dinosaurs that won’t give your kid the nightmares.
Among the largest stepwells in Gujarat, the sculptural wealth of Rani ki Vav surpasses all others. Built during the 11th century by the Solanki-dynasty Queen Udayamati to commemorate her husband Bhimadeva I, the stepwell is testimony to the exemplary craftsmanship of the time.
Soumendra Padhi, director of Budhia Singh: Born to Run gives us his top must-watch Indian and Hollywood films for children.
Is your child obsessed with dogs? Here’s a list of eight great movies featuring man’s best friend. Keep the popcorn ready!
There are more than a thousand museums peppered across India, but you have to start somewhere right? Here are some diverse options for you and your children this summer — escape the blistering sun (or embrace it), and learn something as well.
Here’s our list of six amazing restaurant chains, with outlets in most major cities of India, which you should definitely check out with your child.
If you’re trying to bond with your kid, who’s busy on the Xbox, why not plan a family outing to the amusement park?
We’ve selected a variety of shows that might take your child to straight A’s territory without much effort.
On any given day, the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation estimates that the terminus is used by approx. 6.4 lakh people. They might stop and glance at CST momentarily, click a selfie with it perhaps, but their engagement with it mostly ends there.
The release of the long awaited sequel to The Incredibles is just the right mood to get out the popcorn and settle down for some Disney fun with your kids!
If you want to take your child out for a fun afternoon, look no further than the National Rail Museum in Delhi. Here are eight reasons why they are sure to have a great time!
Just put on loads on sunscreen before hitting them and you’re good to go. Here’s our pick of five Delhi theme parks you must visit this summer.
Soaring temperature can increase the risk of dehydration and irritation for your little one. It is always important to protect your baby from sun exposure and other factors using right kind of products.
Keeping children occupied through the summer is a hard task for parents. But with a bit of planning, we can ensure that the six weeks pass by in a fun and productive manner. Here are some easy ways to organise your summer holidays.