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Planning A Car Trip With Baby On Board : Guest Post By Deborah Tayloe

Planning A Car Trip With Baby On Board : Guest Post By Deborah Tayloe

Do you enjoy the trip with baby? Today we have Deborah Tayloe with us. I got introduced to her through her email request for a guest post. Thanks Deborah for reaching out to me for this guest post.      Planning a car trip with your baby on board is a challenge! As you are planning this trip, you’ll need to become a maestro. You will skillfully conduct each piece of the planning with precision and care. You will build…

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Why Art & Craft Are More Important For Your Kids? : Guest Post By Suja Dinesh Kumar – #WTFOW Day 6

Why Art & Craft Are More Important For Your Kids? : Guest Post By Suja Dinesh Kumar – #WTFOW Day 6

Welcome to the sixth day of  Write Tribe Festival Of Words – #WTFOW. Day 6 (10 Aug/ Thu) – Feature a guest – a guest post / an interview   Today we have Suja Dinesh Kumar aka Sindhuja with us. She’s a loving mom, an author and founder of Passionate Moms. I got introduced with her trough the monthly e magazine, Raising World Children, where we are editorial team members and are contributing on Cultural Parenting. Thanks Suja for kindly…

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12 Fun Indoor Activities For Preschoolers During Monsoon – #Monsoonblogging

12 Fun Indoor Activities For Preschoolers During Monsoon – #Monsoonblogging

Monsoon is here and it’s raining everywhere. As promised, here goes our #Monsoonblogging post. Rain is Nature’s gift to mankind. Rain indicates flourishing. It the right season for farmers. Plants grow well with the pour of rain. The climate will be cool and dust free.      All these are enjoyable to some extent only. And if you are a mom of toddlers or preschoolers, then not to mention how difficult is to engage them at home. Due to the…

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Book Review : Oh! My Name By Nikhil Mittal

Book Review : Oh! My Name By Nikhil Mittal

Title : Oh! My Name Author : Nikhil Mittal Designer :  Living waters Creative Studio Series : – Genre : Fiction Personalized Picture Book Publishers : Self Published on 2017 by the author Length of the book : Depends but not exceeding 24 pages Book Type : Paperback, Semi Soft Cover Language : English Recommended Age Group : Toddler / Pre- Schooler / 2 – 8 Years ISBN : – Source : Complimentary copy from the author Blurb About The Book :  Once upon a time, there was a father,…

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Bedtime Stories For Your Kids

Bedtime Stories For Your Kids

  Do you have the habit of telling bedtime stories to your kids??? Mithu still at his age of 12 loves to hear bedtime stories of all kinds. Telling bedtime stories are quiet moment between you and your children that leads to sharing,  engaging and promoting peaceful rest. Do you search for bedtime stories to share with your kids??? And here’s the help for you. Read all my stories published at IMC Posts. Friends, please read, comment and share. Do you have more…

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Daily Tips : Triple A Formula

Daily Tips : Triple A Formula

  When you encourage your children to think and share their thoughts, their character grows.follow this simple technique : The Triple A Formula wich includes 3 A’s: Attention, Approval, and Appreciation. First as parents give your pay attention to their feelings / thoughts. Second, you approve them by giving suggestion / comments and third you appreciate them by your words and action like patting gently.

Daily Tips: Share your Stories

Daily Tips: Share your Stories

Share stories from your childhood. It could be about your parents, siblings,  cousins, aunts, or uncles. The stories could even be about you and how you got into trouble for some mischief. Such stories help build values and pride in you kids identity and roots. Ask questions to verify your child’s understanding.. Encourage your child to ask questions, and share thoughts about how the stories relate to your present-day. You are building listening skills in the process. You can also…

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Daily Tips: Organize Free Summer Camp

Daily Tips: Organize Free Summer Camp

Organize free summer camps for poor, needy children around your place. You can include the kids of   your servant, colony / flat watchman etc.,. You can teach them simple crafts, english, behaviour.stories, drawing …. Really they will enjoy and sure you too. You also have the satisfaction of serving others.  

Daily Tips: Tell Stories

Daily Tips: Tell Stories

Kids love stories very much. Hearing, reading and telling stories are their all tome favorite activity. Stories help kids to explore many things in a different world. It improves their vocabulary,imagination, listening etc., Start telling bedtime stories to your kids. View my online story at Woodcutter and Three Angels