This section offers parenting resources for parents of primary school children (6-8 years). We bring you a comprehensive guide with parenting tips, guides and expert articles catering specifically to parents of primary school children.
Preschoolers and school-going children get a plethora of information during outings and this enhances their learning. Here are some field trip ideas that can be educative and fun
Preschoolers are just beginning to navigate the world of friendships and peer relationships. Help your child develop key social skills that will boost her confidence & help her achieve success in life
With many fancy dress competitions imminent, we have some contemporary and creative costume ideas for you to try. Read to know about the creative themes and fancy dress competition ideas for kids
Practising good personal hygiene at school is essential for students to stay clean, healthy and safe from germs and illnesses. Here are some tips on how to teach personal hygiene to kids and students.
Ten minutes of fun after an hour of hard study can make a huge difference to your child's exam preparation. If you are looking for some top stress-buster ideas, you are at the right place. Read on
Who does not love playing with balloons? Adults become children again on seeing these bright and beautiful objects. Here are fun party balloon popping games!
Do you want to wean your child off gadgets? Try circle games — these can be played by the whole family and are a fun way to imbibe life lessons. Here are 10 fabulous games everyone can take part in
Obesity in children is a problem staring at the faces of many parents. ParentCircle in an exclusive chat with VLCC founder, Mrs Vandana Luthra, discusses about this and the ways to overcome it.
Renowned counselor, Dr Wes Wingett, explains why parents should give freedom to children, but with responsibility
Nothing irritates and angers a parent more than dealing with an argumentative child. Most parents don't even know how to deal with a child who resorts to arguing. Here are some pointers.
Writing a diary is beneficial for children in multiple ways - from improving their handwriting to relieving stress. Here are a few tips for encouraging your child to keep a diary.
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A strong parent-child connection keeps the lines of communication between parent and child open and clear. It helps the child feel understood, loved, and secure
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