How to deal when your child is the bully : Child bullying

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Child Bullying

Is your child bullying others? Are you judging too many negative emotions and behaviours in your child? Read out to know the signs of Child Bully and how to help them come out of this behaviour. #bully #childbully #bullying #stopbulling #STOPbully

In last post, we discussed about how to help kids learn STOP bullying and be bullied. This post is all about helping you identify if your child is in the “Bully/being bullied phase, along with some practical ways to help kids come out of that phase.

We wrote about, why do kids bully in the last post, but what all symptoms can you observe if you child is the one who has resorted to bully other kids. Have a look at the possible signs and then as a parent, initiate the corrective action. 

Signs of a Child Bully

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Easy Valentines day crafts for toddlers and Preschoolers!

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Love is in the air..

It is in the heart, mind, and soul!

Love resides in the tears of a mum..

It smiles with the hugs of the dad,

Love is in those hands

Who give support to the blind,

Love is on those shoulders,

Who are lend to crying heart.

Love is in the care given to a family,

It is a beautiful affair for the most beloved!

With these beautiful thoughts, I’m eager to celebrate this years Valentines day with my preschooler. Since it is now that he understands little bit of “separation”, he now differentiates things he … Continue Reading

How to help kids learn and stop Bullying

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Is your child bullying others or is he is the victim of bullying? Are you aware of the stress your child might be in? Read some tips to stop bullying. #bullying #childbullying #teenagerissues #psycological

[My neighbour’s child started to love isolation suddenly and then she restrained from catching her school bus. Sometimes she would skip the school and other times asked to drive herself. Often seen in distressed mode every morning, her mum couldn’t understand her sullen behaviour and that too all of a sudden. When she started to diagnose into the life of her daughter, slowly she got to know that she was becoming a victim of bullying in her bus by a group of nasty boys.]

For a parent, seeing their child being bullied or bullying other children can be quite disheartening. Continue Reading

Republic Day celebration with Kids!

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My deepest thanks to you for visiting this blogtrain of 13 passionate bloggers who have taken out time to show their feelings for our Republic Day with love, faith and pride for our nation. We’re all here expressing our views on #Right2Write.

As we approach 26th January, the Republic day of India, there is a feel of patriotism in the breeze. Indeed, this day is special, as there can be so many activities planned for kids and family to raise awareness about the sacrifices of our citizens for a free constitutional India. Let’s celebrate this day with full patriotism feel!… Continue Reading

5 nutritious Winter foods for li’l fussy eaters!

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Hey mama’s, winters are on their peak, somewhere its snowy, somewhere its foggy. But the best part of the day is when there is some sunlight to soak ourselves and get vitamin D. I still remember those school days, wherein we just used to laze around in the sun with cozy thin blankets, at times reading thrilling novels and at times relishing winter delicacies straight out of mama’s casserole.

Though the roles have reversed and I’m a mama now, I do intend to savour some of those winter delicacies to my pre- schooler child. But, the kids are so picky, … Continue Reading

Makar Sankranti for Kids | International Kite Festival

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The Festival of Kites : Makar Sankranti 2018

The aura is full of happiness, the breeze is full of colours, people are laden with colourful clothes and the boxes are full of laddoos. Kids are thronging to fly kites, neighbours are rushing to cut others kites, with fun all the way. Evenings are blessed with bonfires and families are dancing around and serving Til (sesame seeds) preparations. Aren’t these spirits so joyous? That’s the elation which Makar Sankranti, commonly called as Kite festival offers.

Makar Sankranti , International kite festivals are here on 14th January. Have you planned how to make this festival special with fun , frolic and creative engagement with kids? Here are 10 tips to ensure a lavish celebration close to our traditional roots. #makarsankranti #internationalkitefestival #kiteflying #kite #festival #indianfestival #uttarayan #laddoos #bonfire #celebration #festivity #celebrationwithkids

Makar Sankranti, an Indian festival full of fun and frolic is right on 14th January. The … Continue Reading

Tips for Parents of Addicted Children

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Addiction? How to know about it?

Tips for the parents of Addicted Children #addiction #children #addicted

It is true that no one wants to be addicted but it is a type of disease and you become the victim unknowingly. In fact, addiction is developed due to the combination of bad choices and poor judgment. And it is not that this disease occurs overnight. Addiction takes time. Not only this, it has also been found that many people do not even know that they have addiction symptoms. But after continuous use when they stop using it, symptoms of withdrawal begin to occur. And it is then that they realize their addiction. Continue Reading

MyPedia Reader : Stories by Children for Children!

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Time to encourage Innovative visions, Productive dreams and Creative minds! 

It has been so aptly said,

“Every Child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up” – Pablo Picasso

Leave children to get bored for some time and then you’ll see how the creativity arises out of them. They do it because they look for the magic and involve their innocent imaginations. Inculcating Creativity in a child is as important as education. Rather a creative child has an imaginative and experimental learning which is far more valuable for the cognitive development.

“Child prodigy, Adora Svitak,

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Kids friendly Christmas tree Crafts and Story!

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The story of Fir Tree – Christmas Tree!

How did the Fir tree turn into Christmas tree? A kids story that will make all fall in love with the amazing Christmas Tree. Along with get some easy DIY Christmas Tree crafts for preschoolers, toddlers and small kids here. Read now! #christmascrafts #craftsforkids #easycrafts #simplecrafts #Christmas2017 #Storyforkids #DIYChristmasTree #Christmastreecrafts #Christmastreeideas #storytelling

There has been many different and beautiful versions of the Christmas tree from the history narratives. No one is rather sure as to when were the Fir trees first used and symbolised as Christmas trees. But people say that it began some 1000 years ago in Northern Europe. Many countries and many versions, but the one we have heard the most and loved it is shared below. It has a beautiful moral to teach to ourselves and our kids!

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Rudolph the red nosed reindeer : Story and Christmas Craft for kids

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Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, the glowing nosed Santa's Reindeer, know the story why is he adored in the history. A kids story that will make all fall in love with Santa's Rudolph reindeer. Along with get some easy Christmas Reindeer crafts for preschoolers, toddlers and small kids as well here. Read now! #christmascrafts #craftsforkids #easycrafts #simplecrafts #rudolph #reindeercrafts #reindeersong #Christmas2017 #Storyforkids #Santasreindeer

From the time I was a tiny bee till now, when I’m a mama bee, I have loved 2 Christmas songs the most. One of them is- “Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, had a very shiny nose“, which I rhyme for more than half of the year, lol. And so, naturally, my preschooler is also in love with it and he loves varied emotions that goes into understanding this Santa’s reindeer song. Since we (mama n son)have planned to make our Christmas Ornaments by ourselves, so while making the Santa’s Rudolph reindeer and carving his sleigh, … Continue Reading