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The idea of going back to school and studies after the delightful summer holidays may not be an enticing option for most kids. So it is up to you as a parent to ensure that your child is emotionally ready to go to school. Here too as in most cases, it is better to start earlier on. Don't Miss: Part 1: A Back-to-School Survival Guide For Supermoms Image courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images

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Back-to-School Part 2: How to Emotionally Prepare Your Child

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Come on baby, it’s selfie time! From the President of United States to a one-year-old, no one can get enough of this new obsession. If you are wondering what’s babies got to do with Selfies, you as a parent must know about reserving a special selfie time along with play time, nap time and reading time! If you thought kids don’t know about the selfie routine, you are obviously mistaken! Our kids today from the age of 1 + know how to pose for a selfie with their parents. ...

11 Totally Adorable Celeb - Baby Selfies

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Gone are the days when kids would busy their free time running around the streets and exerting themselves till they are huffing and puffing. Today’s kids are more prone to fractures, dislocations and several other medical conditions that affect their agility and physical movement. This is when physiotherapy comes in. We got an expert on physiotherapy to talk about the effects of physiotherapy on kids.

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Teasing is common among school kids — a sly joke here or a playful comment there. But when teasing goes too far, it’s difficult for a child to differentiate between mean words and affable banter. Depending on their innate personality, every child may be affected differently; for example, one child may be hurt but will keep shut about it whereas another kid may show signs of anger and throw tantrums. As parents, one must identify these signs and help the child cope with such situations which…

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Even the ultimate guidebook for mums will not tell you that motherhood is synonymous with chronic tardiness. It’s true, children dilly-dally a lot and mums run behind them, but no one seems to get anywhere on time. To avoid the mad rush through the day, you need to ensure that your mornings run smoothly. Here are 12 smart ideas that’ll help you speed up the mornings and for getting your kids (and yourself) out of the door on time.Image courtesy: Thinkstock/Gettyimages

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Trust us, kids don’t know whether they are weak or strong in maths especially if they haven’t started school. To make learning fun and ensure that grasping numbers become a breeze for your child, we have some master class pointers. There are also tips to teach the basics on the go and excite little Einsteins and Ramanujans!

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Republic Day brings back memories from our school days. It will take you back to those two-minute speeches on stage that would make you feel on top of the world. Or, in a different scenario, you could have been standing in front of an audience with mouthpiece in hand, completely speechless. The wheels have turned and it’s your little one’s time to shine. To avoid the speechless situation, we’ve some genius ideas that demand nothing less than a standing ovation.  &nbs…

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