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While Indians focus on communication skills, Italians are learning guitar and Photoshop amid lockdown

People around the world are learning how to work from home and stay productive amid the Coronavirus lockdown. Online learning has seen a massive surge in the past two months 

Published on 4th May 2020
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Study reveals that urban and rural infants showcase emotions differently

The study examined the differences in infant temperament, parent-child interactions and parenting stress between families of similar socioeconomic and racial composition

Published on 22nd March 2020
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How parenting helped this Kerala couple create clothing that helps the differently-abled really MOVE

Joe and Murielle Ikareth used clothes design and movement therapy to support their daughter and have now extended it for the general public through a clothing line tailored to their needs

Published on 21st February 2020
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Attention single moms! The Village in Kochi that will help raise your child

The Village held their first session on December 7 at French Toast, Kacheripady in Kochi. They hope to extend a helping hand to single parents in their times of need

Published on 14th December 2019
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This Government School headmaster in Telangana is sparking a digital transformation for his kids. This is his story

Currently the headmaster of  Government Primary School in Old Nallagutta, he has spent 23 years in the education field already as headmaster of different government schools 

Published on 13th November 2019
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The new app on the block: Voot Kids that combines fun and learning, masti and acchai, launched in Mumbai

The app is unique because it enables parents to monitor the kind of content and the screen time that they expose their children to. It has also been certified by the ECE (Early Childhood Association)

Published on 13th November 2019
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Here's a complete guide to raising Gen Z kids

Dr N Rajesh Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of ECE, KPR Institute of  Engineering and Technology, tells us how parents and teachers can effectively mould children into well-rounded individuals

Published on 15th October 2019
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Welcome to reason: Should we broadcast our children’s foibles?

When a child cries, parents are biologically programmed to spring into action — blood pressure increases, for example, even if it’s not your kid. This perspective may strike you as melodramatic

Published on 21st September 2019
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These two animal lovers created the cage-free environment that animal lovers in Kochi were dreaming of

The founders of Pet Mall speak about where they came up with this doggone idea and how they’re adding tons of cuteness to it

Published on 28th August 2019
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Choosing adoption over having kids is a personal decision: Nandana Dev Sen

Through her latest book In My Heart, Nandana Dev Sen talks about adoption and love and why every child has a need to know where they came from

 

Published on 26th August 2019
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This 30-year old biker is riding across 29 states of India. Here's why it's 'drama'-tic

Praveen Varghese Thomas wants to reach out to the massive diversity of the Indian youth across all 29 states, and he intends to empower them in his own ‘dramatic’ way

Published on 14th August 2019
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Why every parent should read Kamala Mukunda's book 'What Did You Ask At School Today?'

Author Kamala Mukunda pens down her experience as a teacher and parent in her new book, 'What Did You Ask At School Today?'

Published on 27th July 2019
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Children mocked by parents at higher risk of bullying and victimisation, says a new study

It was found that derisive parenting fosters dysregulated anger in adolescent children. Increases in dysregulated anger, in turn, place adolescents at greater risk for bullying

Published on 10th July 2019
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How Ann Sandeep got her daughter to detox from using her smartphone

Ann Maria Sandeep speaks about developing activities and games to gain children’s attention and how it could be the secret to wean them off technology

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Chennai-based parent develops an app that gets kids to fight junk monsters and count their calories

Bhargav Sri Prakash tells us about his app Fooya that was established to bring about a healthy lifestyle in every child

Published on 31st May 2019

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