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Quiet Time For Children And How To Establish It?

"One thing is certain: children need lots of free, quiet time to get used to all that's developing within them. Have you noticed that unhurried time by yourself or with someone you really trust can be the best setting for your own personal growth? It's no different for children." -

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7 Science stories for the curious minds!

Science is not something that's just in books. Or classrooms. Science is everywhere. It is in the water we drink and the air we breath every moment. It is in the busy little worm in the garden and in the crow that flies over our houses. That's not all! Science

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Adventures of the water droplet

You must have heard of adventurous people who climb mountains, go rafting in the river and also sky dive. Have you heard of the adventures of a water droplet? This story about the adventures of Winnie is a fun story that teaches stages of water cycle. Winnie is a beautiful

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Learning is Fun – The thirsty crow

Thirsty and tired on a hot summer day, a crow is looking for water to drink. But to its dismay, not a drop of water is in sight. The crow then finds  a water jug with very little water at the bottom. Too little for the crow to even reach! What

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Learning is fun – Storyweaver – Listen to my body

Right from the time we wake up to the time we go to bed, we listen to so many different sounds around us. But do we listen to ourselves and the wonderful sounds that our human body makes? Every time we breathe, there is a gentle sound of air coming

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Learning is Fun – A Story about Gravity

A little boy is amused that an apple he throws in the air comes falling down back to the ground. It is something he just doesn't understand. He rushes to his mother hoping he will get some help in keeping the apple in the air. He even climbs up a

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Learning is Fun – The wriggly worm

Earthworms are slow and slithery. You will find them in the soil wriggling about here and there, going into the soil and coming out from elsewhere. It may seem like that's all they do all day. But there's more to an earthworm than just the wriggly movement. When the earthworm

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Stories that will melt your heart

Here is a list of lovey-dovey stories from our App that will melt your heart this valentine’s day  Salad Saturday A yummy tale of Mama bear and Bunty bear making Caesar Salad together. Did Mama bear miss the most important ingredient? Find out more here Snuggles and Sandwiches Baby Boo

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Left Brain Dominant Vs Right Brain Dominant

Which part of the brain do you tend to use the most? Before we get into the depth of how a brain functions, take this small quiz that will help you analyze if you are a left brain dominant person or a right brain dominant person. 1. How would you

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Must try tips to overcome mealtime tantrums

“Just eat it.” “ I don't like it.” ”Just try it, it’s good”.” I don't like vegetables”. “You have to eat it” . Tantrums, Frustrations and the story repeats at every meal. Feeding children appropriately and efficiently is one of the biggest challenges the majority of parents face at some

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