They say music strengthens the connection between the body and brain, helping both to work in tandem. Kids do not express or respond to music in the same way as adults. It’s often noticed that the choice of music differs for each kid. While some tap a foot to rock there’s another sect that’s inclined to soulful tunes. The early years, till the age of six, marks a significant shift in a child’s overall development, specifically extracurriculars.
5 Interesting DIY Ideas for Your Kids this Christmas Pine trees bent low with jingle bells and candy canes, windows covered with snowflakes and shiny wreaths, rooms lit up with colourful decor and lights, and the air enchanted with gleeful delight. Christmas is around the corner, giving us enough reasons to rejoice. The carols, extravagant … Continue reading 5 Interesting DIY Ideas for Your Kids this Christmas
“It’s a psychological game, one has to dominate the game and read the mind of the opponent”. Rackets gripped tight, minds clouded with game strategies and a confident disposition, the Buragohain brothers enter the court at the Padukone-Dravid Center for Sports Excellence in Bangalore for yet another round of practice. Securing their place as … Continue reading A Scuffle with the Shuttle with the Buragohain Brothers
Learn! Play! Save! Let the screen addiction teach your kids important lessons, and this, without their notice.
If you have real mischief minds at home, choosing a character that best suits your child can be a task. We list down the most popular devilish characters the industry has given us in recent years. Make a pick and let them haunt your neighbour’s Halloween party.
It’s that time of the year again, for kids to rejoice. This festive season tap their enthusiasm, engaging them in simple DIY ideas that are fun to make and a huge helping hand towards your Dusshera preps.
This Navaratri ditch the grains and spices but not your kid’s foodgasm. Try these lip-smacking delicacies to keep their festive spirits high.