The fraternity of flightless birds are today conspicuous in distinct parts of the world, such as penguins in Antarctica, emus in Australia, kiwis in New Zealand, and ostriches in Africa
For the holistic growth of children, it is imperative that both their early life pillars not only share a cordial and warm relationship but also enjoy a great rapport.
Colleen Russo Johnson, a child development expert and mom, said that it’s long overdue to move away from extreme and unrealistic views about children’s screen time.
Even as teachers think of newer and more creative ways to keep students engaged, parents, too, have a new opportunity to engage with the modified learning process.
Play-based learning stimulates brain development through various hands-on activities, which render freedom to a child to imagine, explore, experience, create and most importantly make errors.
The Internet Foundation Bolivia has been helping families like the Gutierrez-Pomas by organising classes for parents on how to operate their smartphones.
Is dark matter some exotic particle yet to be discovered or simply a property of gravitational force, which we have not been able to comprehend? We don’t know.
During their summer break, Geetika Jain and Miheeka Bagla were busy teaching younger kids some fun cooking tricks and craft activities. They managed to raise Rs 50,000 which they donated to help people in need.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hurled us into yet another year of virtual schooling
Schools across Britain are racing to offset the disruptions caused by COVID-19, which has hit kids from low-income and ethnic minority families the hardest.
Moving round and round in the same place enables the animal to capture the incredibly tiny variations in magnetic field strength and guides them to the precise location they need to get to.
Over the last few months, as the lines between offline and online learning has blurred, the definition of summer holidays has also changed.
The obvious answer: yes. From attending online school to managing boredom during the lockdown, more and more kids are turning to their screens. But is it really all that bad for them? Let’s find out.
While it’s no secret that the extended lockdown is taking a toll on our children’s mental health, the good news is that online activity classes for kids have emerged as the game-changer.
Children with special needs may have more mental health needs for a variety of reasons. They could be under more pressure and face more difficult social challenges.
Pretend play impacts children’s social, cognitive, and emotional growing abilities. This improves their imaginations, problem solving skills and creativity.
Although there is evidence that spending a long period in front of a screen can impact children, the effect of zero learning year on a child’s long-term development is more harmful
To allow you to see a little more clearly and to help you identify if a visit to the speech therapist would be beneficial for your little one, here are some indications
"If [children] are explained things in an age-appropriate way, they will be more likely to willingly co-operate, be aware of the risks that Covid poses," says author Rea Malhotra Mukhtyar.
Shooting stars do have a nomenclature and it might be a little confusing. A meteoroid, meteor and meteorite are the terms used for describing the space debris.
Children who understand the impact that science and the scientific community hold in our lives, are more interested to learn the subject.
Though there are several programmes and courses available for kids to learn about money and business, typically these are not included in the regular curriculum of schools.
While the thought of going back to school and having a physical reunion with friends and teachers is welcome, it becomes the primary responsibility of the school itself to create a safe environment for students, and to alleviate the fear of parents.
Not only do these animals have bigger eyes than humans, their pupils also tend to open wider than ours which help in letting in more light.
Many parents make a key mistake of not ensuring that their child holds the pencil correctly.