This blog is our journey.
Its is our dream taking shape, with the aspiration to reach for the stars and be remembered as people who loved YOUR children.
Its is our attempt to revolutionize the early child care industry in India.
It is our attempt to care for children and mothers, like never before.
It is our attempt to help the child learn in a way that helps us enjoy what we teach.
VALENTINE’S DAY SPECIAL: A FAMILY THAT PLAYS TOGETHER STAYS TOGETHER!
You guessed it right! The above is the tweaked version of ‘The family that prays together stays together’. A child from an intact family is known to perform better than children from broken families. In the very famous book “Growing Up with a Single Parent” (1994), Sara McLanahan and Gary Sandefur observed that about 81% of fathers from unbroken homes helped with the homework of their chi
To better understand the surface of the Earth we got our children to use paint that rises. The painted area to one’s touch made them understand land mass is not a completely flat surface but it has elevated mountain regions, flat plateaus and valleys. We explained first the concept of the composition of the Earth’s surface being primarily divided between ‘land’ and ‘water’. The land b
Refined flour (Maida) – 1 cup
Chocolate Grated – 3 tablespoons
Cocoa powder – 1/3 cup
Milk – 1 cup
Butter (melted) – 2 tablespoons
Sugar – 1/4 cup
Salt – 1/2 teaspoon
Sugar – to sprinkle
Sieve together flour and cocoa powder into a bowl. Add milk, melted butter, sugar and salt and mix well. Heat the skillet and pour
Your kid will imitate you; they will be watching your every move. We will realize this only when we get unanticipated response from them sometimes. Kids spend most of their lives with the family and learn from our example like how to treat people, how to behave at the dinner table, etc.
We always have a bad attitude like- “Do as I asked you to do, not as what I am doing”. We always want ou