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How to Deal with Children Who Lie?31-Dec-2018

A sheepish look, not meeting your eye, sweaty palms and fidgeting. Did you instantly relate to this to the picture of your child? If you did, then you probably spent sleepless nights worrying about why your children lie to you. It’s highly common these days for children to lie about things ranging widely in magnitude. So, when do you suspect your children? As teenagers, they will lie about their feelings and fears. What should you do as parents? It isn’t possible to stop lying because it will inevitably happen again. Depending on the frequency of the lies and their intensity, take a call on what measures are to be taken. So, how do you put an end to lying or at least ensure it doesn’t cross a line? Here are a few ways to deal with it: Read More...

How to Cultivate Empathy in Children?29-Dec-2018

Surprisingly, "How to cultivate empathy in children?" is one of the most common questions asked by educators and parents. Empathy is the innate ability to know and feel for another person. It is one of the most powerful qualities that halts cruel and violent behaviour to treat people kindly.While parents and educators want children to be academically intelligent, it is delightful to figure out that most of them also want their children to value and comprehend other's opinion just as they value their own. It may not be easy to teach empathy to children, but it is never too late. Teaching children empathy will aid in the overall development and growth. Moreover, when children embrace their empathetic side, they will become more confident. Here are a few simple ways to teach empathy to your child: Read More...

Ethics in Education28-Dec-2018

Education is a fundamental process of human life and ethics has an important role in every individual’s life. The high school years shape up an individual and thus are the right time to inculcate good habits and values in children. Introducing ethics in education during these years has a very important and effective role on every child. Read More...

Decision Making Skills for Children26-Dec-2018

Decision making is the process or action that help children make logical decisions. Sometimes, children make logical decisions. But there is also a time when children tend to make confusing, emotional and irrational choices. Decision making involves the process of choosing between two or more courses of action. In most of the scenarios, the decision involves the course of action within a few seconds. Children make decisions all the time. But how? How useful are decision-making techniques? What are the skills required? Here are some of the six skills used in decision making and the six steps involved in it: Read More...

Healthy Habits for Teens to Follow22-Dec-2018

Are you suffering from sleeping or eating disorders? Are you worried about your health because of bad habits? If yes, you need to inculcate healthy habits to enjoy a happy life. Nowadays, adolescents are increasingly inclined to follow bad eating habits, adopt bad habits and inappropriate sleep routines. These habits affect teens' health very badly. Such propensities influence adolescents' well-being. So, here is the list of some tips that can help you cultivate good habits: Read More...

Life Skills for Adolescents21-Dec-2018

Adolescence is a vital stage of development and growth that marks the transition from childhood to adulthood. It is characterized by psychosocial maturation and rapid physiological changes. Adolescence is also the stage when youngsters extend their relationship beyond family and friends. They are intensely influenced by the outside world and peers in general. As adolescents mature, their mental process also becomes more analyticalallowing them to think abstractly, articulate better and develop an individual thought process. These are truly the years of idealism, creativity, the spirit of adventure and buoyancy. Therefore, adolescence is a turning point that increases one’s potential and at the same time, one of greater risks. Here are some life skills laid down by the WHO for adolescents: Read More...

The Importance of Learning Certificate Courses20-Dec-2018

Nowadays, online certificate courses are becoming popular, as children have started concentrating more on the skills needed in the workforce. Additionally, employers across the world have started emphasising on various specialised skills that make individuals job-ready for the industry. Since there is an increase in competition in fields such as engineering and medicine, earning additional course certificates is necessary for one to stand ahead of others in the competition. With about three million children taking up online courses, online education is standing out amongst the well-known education options. The ceaselessness of web-based learning has helped fuel its development, despite proof demonstrating that internet learning can be similarly as compelling as vis-à-vis training. Read More...

The Importance of Critical Thinking for Children18-Dec-2018

Critical thinking is now ingrained into our daily lives. We use critical thinking to make decisions, comprehend circumstances and to take care of issues. Individuals use these skills in various situations ranging from solving complex puzzles to setting their route to school or set goals. Critical thinking is a process which utilizes focus and self-control to analyse and solve problems. Encouraging critical thinking in children not only helps them in acing their tests but also helps them be prepared for the real world. Read More...

How Much Sleep Do Children Need?13-Dec-2018

Sleep is one of the significant needs of the human body. When children sleep, it allows their body to rejuvenate and revitalize. Sleep restores the lost energy inone’s body and gives a fresh start, the next day. Of course, many already know this. But how long should one sleep? Do you know how long a child should sleep? Read More...

Things Your Children Want from You12-Dec-2018

For many of us, our world can be separated in two distinct parts; before we held our child for the first time, and after. We made a promise to them in that moment that we will protect and cherish this beautiful life we have created for them. Sometimes, in the struggles of daily life, we lose track of what that promise really means. All the moments of irritation, frustration and annoyance are no doubt valid responses to the situation. But in the heat of all this, we forgot our promise we made that fateful, beautiful day. So here’s what we must tell ourselves repeatedly: Read More...