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Teaching Children Ethical Values

Children must also have ideal role models they can emulate. Whether it’s a sportsman, a superhero, a celebrity or their own parents and guardians. One must remember that children do as they see.

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Diaspora

Mumma’s Bindis (VIII): First Day of School

End of summer, back to school!!! As the morning broke today with the call of the alarm clock (lazy for three full months), there was a mad rush to fill the hot cases with pasta, chop the cherry tomatoes and the baby cucumbers, and fill the water bottles.

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Chronicles

Help Children Cope with Bullying

A child who is bullied might find it difficult to comprehend why they are being targeted. Questions like who’s at fault, and how to respond, confuse them further. So it’s up to parents to empower them with methods that will help them understand and deal with the situation.

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Chronicles

Make Your Child’s Vacation Fun

‘Boredom’, the word didn’t exist. There was always something exciting to try out. A new adventure awaited us around the next corner. So nowadays it baffles me when I hear children moan about vacations being boring and they can’t wait for school to reopen.

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Chronicles

Learning to be Patient

Patience is much more than a virtue. The intentional choice to stay calm and composed is a display of an individual’s mental strength.

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Chronicles

Time Management for Children

A child’s daily routine comprises some core activities, like study, eating, grooming, physical training, leisure and sleep. We live in an era when the level of competition every child faces and the pressure of life goals is set in stone from a very early age.

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Essays

A Class For Students

‘Man proposes, God disposes,’ is an old adage that has proved true many times. Here it was the virus that upset every conceivable plan humans had etched out for their future.

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Freedom to Fall

After the birth of a child, parents themselves take baby steps into parenthood much like toddlers do – unsure and hesitant. Our first instinct as parents is to be protective of our child.

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