The secret formula to make your child do homework [Part 2]

The secret formula to make your child do homework [Part 2]

Kids have a habit of following in the footsteps of their parents since that is where they learn the most from. So, if parents can set the right example for our kids to make learning a positive experience, they will grow up with the same values. Understanding the value of time, working hard and completing your chores – these are just a few ways that you can show your child the true meaning of hardwork and dedication to your work! Continue reading “The secret formula to make your child do homework [Part 2]”

The secret formula to make your child do homework [Part 1]

The secret formula to make your child do homework [Part 1]

As a parent, it can get frustrating sometimes when your child does not want to do his homework. The entire process of sitting with them and making sure they do it on time and by themselves is long and tiring. If only our kids also had Doraemon to help him with their homework! Our concern of getting our children to complete their studies on time would also vanish. Although reality is very different from any cartoon, it doesn’t mean the importance of doing your homework on time is any less. Continue reading “The secret formula to make your child do homework [Part 1]”

8 Things You Can Learn From Your Class Monitor

8 Things You Can Learn From Your Class Monitor

Being a class monitor is one of the proudest and the toughest tasks in student life. The responsibilities are endless. You are answerable for your own actions and the actions of others. It isn’t easy to check others unless you are always on the right yourself.

Minding a boisterous set of classmates, helping the class teacher collect or carry notebooks, and assisting the substitution teacher in your teacher’s absence are some errands that come along with the much coveted title. Continue reading “8 Things You Can Learn From Your Class Monitor”

7 ways you can help your child in revising

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Every school year has its fill of exams. While scoring well on exams is a big deal, what is more important is how much your child has learnt in that particular topic/subject. Independent learning is the best form of learning for every child as it helps them achieve their future dreams by themselves without being dependent on anything/anyone else. Continue reading “7 ways you can help your child in revising”