Jan 17th, 2011
One of the unaddressed elements of children’s behavior is the pain that families go through, knowing that others are judging them. It’s natural for parents to get angry at a child with behavior problems, but often that anger is triggered by the shame parents feel regarding what other people think about how they parent.
Jan 16th, 2011
Looking for some ideas on putting together the perfect children's space within your own home? Decorating your little one's room should be an experience that's just as playful and fun as your child is. Here are some quick tips for pulling off kids' decor the easy way.
Jan 15th, 2011
Over time, birthday parties have evolved from small gatherings to ward away evil spirits, to wealthy or royalty held events to what is now known as our modern birthday parties. Today, most people celebrate their birthday with some sort of party, especially children.
Jan 14th, 2011
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm are best known for their collection of fairy tales, but there’s so much more to their story. From getting kicked out of work at a college, and writing a dictionary, there are so many interesting, but little known facts about the Grimm brothers. Read on to learn more about this talented linguistic pair.
Jan 13th, 2011
Food allergies are the most common and prevalent type of allergy. Up to 12 million Americans suffer from some type of food allergy. The most common culprits are eggs, fish and shellfish, peanuts and other tree nuts. Studies report up to 8 percent of children have an allergy to some type of food.
Jan 12th, 2011
Baking is one of the best activities you can get your child into. Why? That’s because baking is usually the safest and closest thing to cooking for kids, especially the young ones. Aside from being a fun activity that you and your kids can get into, getting kids involved in the kitchen can help teach them how to make healthy food choices.
Jan 11th, 2011
Lohri is one of the favorite festivals celebrated by the people who belong to the Punjabi community. This festival is celebrated on the evening of January 13th every year. The festival originated in the state of Punjab and now it is celebrated in the entire nation and outside wherever Punjabis are.
Jan 10th, 2011
Attitudes about corporal punishment are strong, but they are finally beginning to change. The Government of India approved a new bill and joined hundreds of other countries abolishing the use of corporal punishment in all schools – “ No corporal punishment of any kind will be permitted in Indian Government and private schools.”
Jan 9th, 2011
School buildings and their quality and structure play important roles in bolstering people's perceptions of education and learning. Its not surprising that parents judge schools with the most beautiful campuses as among the best. without even looking into the overall quality of education available.