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Pearson Schools is the fastest growing chain of schools in India with over 30 schools and over 26,500 students across India and Nepal, so far.

Music and math are highly intertwined. By understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns.#LearningMadeEasy

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Associative learning is a condition theory which states that learning is based on a stimulus and a response. Find ways for your child to associate with the information and retrieve long-term memory. ‪#‎LearningMadeEasy‬

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Parents and teachers can use innovative ways to engage students to absorb more information and retain it. Drama and comedy are such activities which help children to learn from real life situation. ‪#‎LearningMadeEasy‬

It’s time for this week’s ‪#‎ParentingPoll‬. :-) Tell us your answer in the comments.

Alphabetizing is nothing but arranging alphabets in order. It is a skill which helps students in both home and school tasks. Using large ABC cards, children's dictionary and games that are appropriate for alphabetizing helps in improving memory and organizational skills. #LearningMadeEasy

Dirty rainwater is a breeding ground for viral and bacterial infections which may cause waterborne diseases. Teach your children to avoid stepping into puddles and if their feet get wet, make sure you get them washed properly.

Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of the month-long fasting, which is also called as Ramadan. Basically, the festival focuses on refraining oneself from wrong deeds. Let us all learn from this holy festival and continue our spiritual cleansing by growing in knowledge and faith. ‪#‎EidMubarak‬

This rainy season, boost your kid's immune system by giving foods which are rich in Vitamin C and other foods which help them boost their immune system. Ensure that they never leave the house without an umbrella or raincoat.

It’s time for this week’s ‪#‎ParentingPoll‬. :-) Tell us your answer in the comments.

Can you solve this challenging puzzle with your child? Looks easier than it is, doesn’t it?