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Junior Authors – Creating Magic in Learning

It has been scientifically proven and well said by the famous Leonardo Da Vinci that "learning a lesson without desire, spoils the memory, and it retains nothing that it takes in.” Therefore, fostering love for learning in the child should be the first step towards his/her academic and overall development. Therefore, as a child psychologist, a parenting coach and a mother of two , I truly believe that "Motivate Your Child to Learn and Your Half Work is Done". Taking a serious note on the above said, Junior Authors has been launched digitally to reach out to every child and...

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How to Raise a Confident Child?

Self-esteem and Self Awareness are the foundations of developing confidence in an individual. Science suggests that it is always good to start developing self-awareness and self-esteem from early childhood to have a better impact on the kids’ personality at a later age. Now before you learn the ways to raise a confident child, let’s have a brief look at the 5 ultimate benefits of raising a confident child. When children feel confident they're more likely to do better in academics and are more cheerful and happy individuals. Self-confident children also trust in their ability to master their behavior, learn new skills,...

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Pandemic and peer learning can go hand in hand

Unlike the old golden days, we aren’t exposing our children to the physical learning environment where learning was not merely about learning the given topics, listening to teachers, and the formal assessments. Learning was beyond these limitations and the most important aspect of what is missing in the online education is Peer Learning. If you ask here, what is peer learning? Try to recall your grandma’s and grandpa’s words when they used to emphasize kids for spending time with their age groups rather than sitting and roaming around adults at home. The reason was kids learn and develop better when...

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Help Your Child Overcome Shyness

Shyness in the child is a common concern for many parents. Shyness is a normal response to what a child perceives as scary or overwhelming. These situations most often occur when there is any social interaction or in a new social setting. Children who appear shy tend to: Look at the ground around unfamiliar people Not speak voluntarily in a social situation Watch but not join other children in play However, Occasional shyness is normal and very much appropriate adaptive response that most children will experience as a normal part of their development.  But in some cases, shyness can be...

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Why age between 7 yrs.-11yrs. is marked interesting?

As the title says "when the child is in the age range of 7 years - 11 years, psychologists become very much interested in the concept of a child’s intelligence during this point of cognitive development. Here, cognitive development relates to a children's adaptation to the world around them, their knowledge, and their ability to understand the reason. This newly developed ability is of great importance in the classroom, of course, as children can now have a more focused approach to their teachers and schoolwork. Cognitive abilities such as memory and concentration improve significantly in children between the ages range...

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Magical Phrases – Parenting Made Easy

As a parenting expert, the most common problem of every parent I have experienced is their concern about their child saying “NO” to their commands and to most of the things he is supposed to do or follow. I believe, we have to accept a fact that we have become parents in a completely different era than the one we grew up in. The world, the technology, and the lifestyle didn’t change as rapidly then as it does now and so our little ones who are meant to fit in this ever-changing world are dynamic too. Long gone are the...

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Create Writing Skills Using Imagination

Story writing is all about putting your creative thoughts in words and sentences for any character or situation. Your words define the characters in your story and the sentences create a picture and a situation in readers’ minds that you have drafted throughout in your story. When we read any storybook without any graphics or pictures, we are able to have the look and feel of the characters and we are able to imagine the settings of the story. These are called imaginary thoughts which are the result of the writing skills of the author. Writing is actually an art...

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