Similar to cluttered pantries or office spaces, which make it hard for adults to focus, having too many toys around the house can make it difficult for children to concentrate, learn, and develop important skills around play.
Perhaps one of the countries that first made “edutainment” popular, the Kiwis have a plethora of childhood games designed to hone new skills and stimulate the mind.
Playschool is the first opportunity for children to step out of the safety zone of their immediate family says Sonya Philip, founder of 'Learning Matters'
The festival is expected to delight children and parents alike
"With the internet of things taking precedence in our daily lives, we must find productive ways of blending technology with fun and learning", says Charu Noheria
While passing over the continents, birds run over a gauntlet of dangers both natural and manmade like brutal wind, seasonal storms, and predators, says Rachna Arora
According to Dalmia, so far there is "not a single Indian book on baby sleep"
A W.A.T.C.H statement read,”One reason the message today is so urgent: Many toy-related injuries are preventable.”
Iconic buildings and monuments to Go Blue in support of child rights on World Children’s Day, 20 November 2021
For children, brief breaks in education can have a lasting and adverse effect. Many will and have forgotten what they had initially learnt in school.
A heartwarming, page-turning adventure about one child's love for his most treasured thing
Albert Einstein slept for 10 hours besides taking siestas during the day. Even icons like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos ensure six to seven hours of sleep.
Online extracurricular activities provide a platform to interact with other children in an informal setting.
The survey polled 2,000 American parents of school-aged children and found 80 per cent believed parenting is more challenging than 30 years ago, because technology has started to play a big role in our everyday lives.
Are stars “nocturnal” and disappear in the daytime? Of course not, they radiate light during the day as intensely as they do in the night
Despite the fact that we might be proud of our child quickly grasping their command over technology or learning rhymes through YouTube, screen time for kids, beyond school, must be minimised and discouraged
The medium for self learning is play. Toys, objects, body movements, rhythms, all contribute to cognitive enhancement of a child.
In the last few years, the term 'chicken baby' has become quite popular in the country, especially in cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, where there are many "obsessive middle-class Chinese parents".
Children in the 0-5 year age group have so much to enjoy and learn through festivals that more than celebratory occasions, these moments can become opportunities to enhance horizons of their knowledge.
Let us explore five of these "miraculous mundanes". Just don't be surprised to see any of these. They do actually work.
UNICEF urges governments to reopen schools for in-person learning as soon as possible
The Nilgiri Tahr is said to be the only mountain ungulate in southern India, among the 12 species present in the country.
All kids go through a phase where they face problems in pronouncing some syllables or words. It often happens to children in the age group of two and five.
Saptavarṇā, officially launched on August 15, 2021, will help children learn the Sanskrit language through stories, poems, rhymes, shlokas, quizzes, and more.
Working memory is particularly crucial for children as it affects how they learn. Everything from math to comprehension to problem solving makes use of working memory.