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In our our September issue: Values to learn from Lord Ganesha, Sneak-peek: Public speaking classes; How to nurture the break and build attitude? Visit a Waldorf school; Become a Green Traveler!

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Values To Learn From Lord Ganesha

By Meetha Raghunath

Did you know there is a lot your child can learn from the Elephant God we all adore? Celebrate this Ganesh Chaturthi with prayers, modaks, laddoos, sundal and meaningful stories!

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Grand Parenting: The Crown Of Life, Our Play's Last Act

By Eswari Indrani

In celebration of Grandparents' day (September 9), a loving grandma talks about the special bond she shares with her grandchildren.

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Raising An Engineer

By Aruna Raghuram

Encourage that ‘break, build and experiment’ attitude and nurture the natural engineer that resides in every child.

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I’m Worried My Child Is Sad

By Team Parentcircle

Is your child’s grumpy behaviour or display of anger a sign of sadness? Not sure how to handle these strong emotions? Here’s some help.

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Understanding Social Developmental Delay

By Team ParentCircle with inputs from Dr Anuradha Srinivasan, Dr Sangeetha Madhu and Ms Shreya Sahoo

In the last of our series on developmental delay and early intervention, we focus on social developmental delay. Find out how to help a child who has difficulty in interacting with others.

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Milk Truths Every Parent Must Know

By Dr Neha Sanwalka

On account of National Nutrition Week (September 1-7), let's unravel the mysteries surrounding Milk – considered as one of most favourite and wholesome food in every Indian household.

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Ask the Expert (September 2018)

By Team ParentCircle

Parents worried about the strange habits of their children, have sent in their questions. Ms Aparna Gharpure, a renowned psychologist from Mumbai, addresses them.

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Public Speaking A Skill To Be Taught

By Shashwathi Sandeep

Does your stomach churn, heart thump and tongue freeze when you have to make a speech to a group of people? Want your child to be more confident when speaking? Think public speaking classes!

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Five Questions You Always Wanted To Ask Your Child's Teacher

By Aarthi Arun

Wondering how teachers manage 30 or more children when you can barely manage one or two? Our 'Teachers' Day' special has the answers to questions you secretly wish you could ask your child's teacher.

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Waldorf Education : Head, Heart And Hands

By Sindhu Sivalingam

In our curriculum series this month, come discover the magic of Waldorf Education and see what it can offer your child.

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Are You A ‘Green’ Traveller?

By Divya Sreedharan

When we travel, we often litter the very places we go to admire. This World Tourism Day (September 27), let’s think about our ‘footprint’ and learn to become responsible, eco-friendly travellers.

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Delicious, Nutritious Coconut Recipes

By Sahana Charan

In celebration of World Coconut Day on September 2, we present four amazing recipes using the versatile and dearly loved coconut. Treat your family to these healthy, tasty, coconutty dishes.

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Inspiring Books On Teachers

By Team Parentcircle

A teacher, quite literally, opens our eyes to the world. With Teachers’ Day around the corner, here is a list of books to help your child appreciate and respect his own teachers.

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