Parenting

Encouraging Fitness In Kids

Encouraging Fitness In Kids

The Importance of Good Health It is important for a child to be healthy.  Age old adage of a healthy mind residing in a healthy body stands true even today. Good health is a combination of a nutrition rich diet and physical activity. A growing child requires a combination of […]

by November 7, 2015 Comments are Disabled Parenting
Nanny Tips 101

Nanny Tips 101

Hectic schedules make it impossible for parents to be at home with their children at all times. For this reason, babysitting service is available to help, and it brings a number of advantages. 1. Fully Screened Beforehand Babysitters hired through traditional methods may not always be professional or reliable. You […]

by July 20, 2014 Comments are Disabled Parenting
Training on the Road

Training The Child’s Observation On The Road

Child’s will be very sensitive about the special landscapes, novelties and interesting stories on the road. It is a pity if they can’t keep in mind while the ideas still fresh. Reading can foster their imagination, but travel not only can foster their imagination, but also their Observation. Here are […]

by July 17, 2014 Comments are Disabled Parenting
Building Better Brains With The Right Toys: Tips For Parents

Building Better Brains With The Right Toys: Tips For Parents

New parents are often overwhelmed at the selection of toys available. In addition to traditional options, there are also electronic toys that claim to make children smarter. However, what children really love is the toys that simply let their imagination work while providing them with a little challenge. They want […]

by July 16, 2014 Comments are Disabled Parenting
Schools Around the Nation Keep Troubled Students in School

Schools Around the Nation Keep Troubled Students in School

A trend is emerging in some schools, where troubled students are being kept in schools rather than taken out. For example, the New York Times reported this week on a Florida school that has a Zero Tolerance policy but has decided that they can change that policy to allow students […]

by December 12, 2013 Comments are Disabled Parenting, Teaching
Parents Who Are Setting Firmer And Stricter Rules May Save Their Kids From Obesity Problems

Parents Who Are Setting Firmer And Stricter Rules May Save Their Kids From Obesity Problems

A per a recent research work it has been found that parents who set stricter and firmer rules such as Television watching, setting a fixed dinner time, maintaining proper physical activities tend to grow children with healthier weight and are more fit than the ones who don’t. As per author […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled Parenting
Parenting: Problems Faced And How To Be A Good Parent

Parenting: Problems Faced And How To Be A Good Parent

Why does it become so difficult to raise a child? The answer lies within you as a parent. It is the parent’s duty to help the child lead a happy life, a life far from stress. The most common indication of a troubled child is change in behaviour; the child […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled Parenting