So I recently tried this Dinosaur Jumping Game, which is awesome fun and kept my hyperactive boy busy for almost an hour, that I got my cooking done in the meantime. Then I read about Sensory Play using Cloud Dough which is edible safe and great for motor and sensory learning.
Kidloland is an educational fun learning app that includes nursery rhymes, stories, color and shape, activities, puzzles, games etc. My 2.8 year old loves singing with Dinos and enjoys coloring the kites.
A baby brings so many changes in your life and lifestyle. We had stopped going out for dining or even a coffee over the weekends, for more than a year now. Take away or home delivery seems much more convenient option with a hyper active toddler, where everyone gets fed, at the least.
"Every Child is an Artist." - said Pablo Picasso So just hand him over the pallet and brush and "let him color his own world". My toddler just loves coloring. The moment he sights a brush, a sketch, a crayon.. only thing he insists to do is paint.
We all love bursting the tiny bubbles of the bubble wrap, since childhood. Here are two interesting fun and easy arts using bubble wrap. I chose "Fall" theme, you can select colors as per your choice.
On the occasion of world Kindness Day, I would not mention the theoretical, non-practical, political statements about showing kindness. Instead, I would like to quote “Be Kind to Yourself by Being Kind to Others”. The word “Kindness” is a bunch of emotions/gestures/actions which are not that difficult to follow if we understand the practical application... Continue Reading →
There is a usual norm to say “Good Boy/Girl” to a kid when he/she does something which he/she is SUPPOSEDLY SUPPOSED to do. For ex.: He finishes his meal…. GOOD BOY He cleans his room….. GOOD BOY He listens to mommy….. GOOD BOY He pees in bathroom…. GOOD BOY So does that mean not eating food makes him a BAD BOY?? Or if he pees in his pants, we will stop loving him??
Dr. Maria Montessori developed the Montessori method of education which emphasizes mainly on the development of the "whole" child - physical, social, emotional, cognitive. Hereby, I am listing a few practices that should be a part of the daily routine and the baby should be encouraged to do on his own. Better is to "practice rather than teach".