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Child Bullying – how you can help?

7 Jul Posted by: vnaya
Shockingly lot of teens lately have been noticed to bully themselves on social media by creating fake accounts. They abuse themselves and leave demeaning and derogatory comments and at times they go to the extent of harming themselves physically via cutting or burning.    As per Sheryl Gonzalez-Ziegler, a reputed child psychologist, the main reason…

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POSITIVE DISCIPLINE: How to Discipline a Child in a Positive way

28 Jun Posted by: vnaya
We start teaching our children about discipline from a very young age. We train and teach them about every hooks and hack of discipline, still, if they do not behave in a disciplined manner, we ‘punish’ them. While ‘punishment’, both physical and verbal, has become a most common option for every parent, it has got…

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Teaching Civility to Kids: Sowing the Seeds with Vnaya

23 Jun Posted by: vnaya
Civility isn’t some optional value in a multicultural, multistate, democratic republic. It is the key to civilization As parents, we all want our kids to be kind, polite, and courteous. Unfortunately, our kids live in an uncivil world where they learn all forms of negative emotions including cruelty, egotism, aggression, etc. Such an attitude is…

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Parenting Tips to Make Your Child’s Homework as Painless as Possible

12 Jun Posted by: vnaya
Homework can cause as much frustration for parents as it does for their kids. Perhaps you’re spending too much of your own time trying to help them. Or, maybe it’s a constant battle to get your kid to do their work at all. You want your child to do well in school, but you also…

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Make Your Special Child Even More Special with Online Tutoring

8 Jun Posted by: vnaya
“Children with disabilities are like butterflies with a broken wing. They are just as beautiful as all others, but they need help to spread their wings.” I asked somebody, “What is a disability?” “Curse”, he responded. And then I asked a noble soul the same and I got the answer, “It’s a blessing if perceived…

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Secret Revealed: Miraculous Tips to Help Your Child Focus on Their Homework

18 May Posted by: vnaya
So, it’s again 4 o’clock in the afternoon and you’ve gathered your patience for the approaching tussle. You’ve completed your household chores and are ready with the notebooks, pencils, colours besides that mini study table. But getting a glimpse of your little master seems suspicious. This is a common scenario with almost every parent, especially…

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Should You Consider Homeschooling your Child after 7th Grade?

18 May Posted by: vnaya
Emily was a mother to her 10-year old princess, Mila. While the mother-daughter duo was enthusiastic and very vibrant, Mila was just the opposite every time she returned back home from her school. Months passed and things worsened. Finally, one day Mila suddenly screamed, “I’d no more attend my school, mom.” It was then Emily…

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How to stop nagging your child and start getting results.

16 May Posted by: vnaya
When your child doesn’t do what you want them to when you want them to do it the easiest thing in the world is to start nagging them.  You remind them every ten minutes that homework needs to be started or that the garbage needs taking out.  It wears you out and it gets you…

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Beware: Is your Child Affected By Self-Control Issues?

12 May Posted by: vnaya
Does your child get annoyed easily? Do you see signs of quick anger and frustration in your kid? Do you feel that your child lacks emotions? Does your child resist distractions? Is your child expressive or socially active? If yes, your child is certainly affected by self-control issues!! While self-control can be defined in several…

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Teacher meetings: 7 tips

26 Apr Posted by: vnaya
Your child has a new teacher.  This can change many things about your child’s learning.  The new teacher may have a very different teaching style from the last teacher, different class rules, expectations around homework, and a new way of delivering the curriculum. Your child will need to adjust to this ‘new normal’ in order…

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