Category: Child Behaviour

The Informed Parent’s Guide to Understanding Homeschooling – Admissions, Fee Structure, Screen Time, Syllabus, and More

Published on July 2, 2020


With the world coming to a halt due to the COVID-19 crisis, you must be worried about your little one’s education. We understand your concern and have come up with the perfect solution- homeschooling with FirstCry Intellitots! Homeschooling with Firstcry Intellitots is a wonderful way to continue your child’s learning while keeping safe during the…

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Transitioning from Homeschooling to Traditional Classrooms – Tips for Parents

Published on June 11, 2020


At a time like this, when the world is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, homeschooling has become a useful resource for people around the world. Many parents are doing their best to make sure that their child’s education doesn’t suffer due to the current scenario. With homeschooling gaining popularity worldwide, it has also become a…

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6 Ways Remote Learning Helps With Social Interaction

Published on June 10, 2020


Kids thrive on human interactions, especially when this interaction happens with kids of their age. Social interaction plays an integral role in early education and shapes your little human in so many wonderful ways. However, at a time like this, when all of us are staying indoors to keep safe during a global pandemic, maintaining…

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How to Get a Toddler to Sit Still During an Online Class – Let the Experts Guide You

Published on June 5, 2020


Out of all the situations you encounter in parenthood, you probably know this one all too well. You’re sitting with your child while he does some activity you’ve carefully sourced from Pinterest or a fellow parent, and get a phone call or remember a chore to be completed, so you get up, telling him you’ll…

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Wondering How Remote Learning Works? This Guide Will Answer All Your Questions!

Published on June 2, 2020


Hello, parents! We are excited to be in the space that gives your little one focused, quality pre-school education, which is a crucial step in your child’s early learning and development. In this new turn of events that has brought into popularity the culture of remote learning, many schools have adopted it as we all…

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Bedwetting or Wetting in the class

Published on February 7, 2020


Most children stop wetting at night by 3-4yrs of age, while some may continue much longer than this. If the child has pain when he or she empties the bladder or dribbles urine in between, it indicates that the child has a physical problem. In such cases, the child must be referred to a doctor….

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All about Emotions

Published on December 20, 2019


Emotions are expressed through feelings, using language, learning to calm oneself and to treat others with kindness and empathy. Preschoolers learn about these emotions at school and at home. They are often over-excited and give extreme reactions to these emotions such as tantrums, yelling, hitting, biting which sometimes can cause great frustration for parents and…

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What is Self-Esteem for a Child?

Published on October 31, 2019


Self-esteem can be defined as an individual’s evaluation of their own value. It includes a variety of views about one’s self, such as beliefs, traits, behaviours, emotions and appearance. Is self-esteem important? How does it affect us in our lives? Self-esteem plays a significant role in your success and motivation in life. Similarly, low self-esteem…

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Raising a Strong – Willed Child

Published on October 17, 2019


All children exhibit strong-willed traits at some point in their lives. Strong-willed kids are often misunderstood to be aggressive, stubborn, etc. This nature of being strong-willed doesn’t make them bad kids. They are simply determined to do things on their terms. Are you raising a strong-willed child? Look for the signs! Anger Outbursts You might have…

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Outdoor Time for Children is Essential!

Published on October 12, 2019


Here’s Why Children are naturally drawn to playing outside, as outdoor play has numerous benefits, it enhances large muscle  coordination. When children are outdoors, they develop both fine and gross motor skills. For example, running, jumping, climbing, digging and pushing improve gross motor skills and repairing, painting, tying, drawing help improve fine motor skills. Preschoolers…

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Rashmi S, M/o Arya (4.4yrs) & Arjun (3.5yrs)

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