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  For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 30, 2016     Prema, Anjali’s friend was worried.  Her son Ritwik was having a tough time adjusting in class one. Your budding UKG child has started class 1.  They are no longer new to the structured school...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 05, 2016 “ Mommy, look, ant! Mommy, see, I am bruwushing my teeth.  Mommy look, a bird”  Rahul had started speaking in full swing.  Last year Anjali was worried that he wasn’t talking much and this year he...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | June 23, 2016 If you are a parent of a LKG child, surviving one year of preschool is great, but now comes the real challenge – LKG.  This is the start of the formal years of schooling.  Even though your child has...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | June 13, 2016 The two core academic skills of reading and writing are very important and demanding skills for your grade one child to learn, but math also plays a very important role. Grade one math is usually...
Kindergarten has many advantages — it can be a great place for children to interact with other children of their own age and learn valuable life lessons such as how to share, be kind, take turns, and follow rules. It also can prepare them for grade...
  For Parents and Educators| By Shubha Janardhan | June 16, 2015 Regular Child Health Check Ups Regular child health checkups are an important part of keeping your LKG or UKG child healthy and up to date on immunizations against many serious childhood diseases. A checkup also is an opportunity for your child’s doctor to talk to you about developmental and safety matters and for you to ask questions you might have about your child's overall health.  It is important to keep...
  For Parents and Educators| By Shubha Janardhan | June 16, 2015 Regular Child Health Check Ups Regular child health checkups are an important part of keeping your LKG or UKG child healthy...
For Parents and Educators| By Shubha Janardhan | June 15, 2015 Your growing LKG or UKG child needs sleep for about 10 hours a night.  Sleep is more important than you may think. Do you remember a time when you didn't get enough sleep? Your head felt fuzzy, and that heavy, groggy feeling is terrible and, when you feel that way, you're not at your best. See how important sleep is? Imagine how it would feel for your little one if he or she did not get enough of it ? Why You Need Sleep ...
For Parents and Educators| By Shubha Janardhan | June 15, 2015 Your growing LKG or UKG child needs sleep for about 10 hours a night.  Sleep is more important than you may think. Do you...
For Parents and Educators| By Shubha Janardhan | June 13, 2015 Regular workouts benefit the brain and the body.  It’s true! Your growing child need as much physical activity they can get so  that their brain grows just as fast! If you’ve ever told your child to stop playing around and do their homework, here’s something to consider. While studying is important, encouraging your child to run around or play in the ground might be just as important. Research shows...
For Parents and Educators| By Shubha Janardhan | June 13, 2015 Regular workouts benefit the brain and the body.  It’s true! Your growing child need as much physical activity they can...
Kindergarten has many advantages — it can be a great place for children to interact with other children of their own age and learn valuable life lessons such as how to share, be kind, take turns, and follow rules. It also can prepare them for grade school and beyond. But going to Kindergarten does come with its fair share of emotions, for both the parent and the child. For a child, entering a new Kindergarten environment filled with unfamiliar children, teachers can cause both a lot...
Kindergarten has many advantages — it can be a great place for children to interact with other children of their own age and learn valuable life lessons such as how to share, be kind, take...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 02, 2015 The Internet can be a great resource for children. They can use it to self paced learning, research projects at school, communicate with their friends, and play interactive games. Children who are old enough to typye in a few letters on the keyboard can have access to the world. But that access can also pose a few issues. For example, an 6-year-old might do an online search for "Lego." But with just one missed keystroke, the word "Legs" is...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 02, 2015 The Internet can be a great resource for children. They can use it to self paced learning, research projects at school, communicate with their...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 02, 2015 With the seemingly increasing rise of computer use and technology in children, technology is being used for more than entertainment areas.   The Internet is like an open textbook which teach academic subjects in new, interesting ways.  Recent studies show how games and other technologies can quickly improve children's academic learning, brain enrichment, shaping attitudes and even helping them realize their potential.  We...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 02, 2015 With the seemingly increasing rise of computer use and technology in children, technology is being used for more than entertainment areas.  ...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 02, 2015 Using a computer, tablet or phone in kindergarten means lots of new skills to learn. Here are the types of things that helps LKG or UKG children be successful, learn basic skills needed and tips for teaching your young child.  Many parents like to use age appropriate games and learning environments to teach computer skills rather than just teaching keyboarding or computer skills. Yet, there is a lot that children need to learn in order...
For Parents | By Shubha Janardhan | July 02, 2015 Using a computer, tablet or phone in kindergarten means lots of new skills to learn. Here are the types of things that helps LKG or UKG children...