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Teach Your Child To Say "Thank You"

Scorpio, the little puppy was always busy playing around the house. He loves to play with the pussy cat next door. They both were very good friends. The cat would come every day with its kitten to play with Scorpio. Both would have lots of fun tog...

Playing With Babies And Toddlers

Babies and toddlers love to play with their parents and other care givers, brothers, sisters and grandparents and even the maid.

How Much Of Screen Time To Children?

This is perhaps the most debated question among doctors and parents today. It is alarming to see that many mothers feed their young kid as old as 6 months with either a mobile phone with some program; most mothers say they are playing educational...

Who Is At Fault; Parent Or The Child?

Temper tantrums are negative behaviour a young child indulges in when he or she cannot get what they want. It is usually seen in toddlers and young preschoolers who cry, yell, throw things, kick, punch and bite.  Children often think these actions...

Tackling Natural Separation Anxiety In Toddlers

Though there is something called separation anxiety disorder in children, not every anxiety, clinginess, tantrums or crying when the loved person is out of sight is abnormal behaviour. In fact, it is natural for a toddler to feel anxious when the ...

How To Enhance Learning In A Preschooler

A young child’s brain is a chaotic jungle of neurons getting "wired" together into intricate circuitry patterns. Early experiences have an enormous influence on children's brains and also strongly affect the way they mature. By providing everyday ...

Child's Imaginary Friends - Developmental Perspective

Malhar’s imaginary friends and how they help him to manage his emotions Malhar’s parents mentioned an incident, which, if looked into carefully, opens up a Pandora’s Box in Child Behaviour. One weekend they were enjoying a classical piano concer...

How To Direct Your Child’S Behaviour

It was the American Behavioural psychologist B.F. Skinner who brought to the notice of the world the effect of both positive and negative reinforcement in children. Even though parents knew that children do respond to rewards and punishments, the ...

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