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Tantrums – A Child’s response to Inconsistent Parenting

Following up on several parenting webinars since the lockdown, this series of blogs are an attempt to support parents by answering some of their most common and yet essential questions. The three questions in this blog are on behavioural challenges that parents cause or maintain without their knowledge. Behaviour is learnt. Children often observe and …

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Literacy Challenges

Following up on several parenting webinars since the lockdown, this series of blogs are an attempt to support parents by answering some of their most common and yet essential questions. The three questions in this blog are on literacy related skills. The lockdown has been most stressful for young children. Children have had fewer opportunities …

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Anxiety in children

Children experience anxiety and very often do not understand what is happening to them. As parents and educators the tendency is to correct, label or punish the behaviour instead of recognizing the cause and supporting them through the process of change.A simple set of rules1. Children need down time every day. Don’t fill their days …

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Learning Challenge

#Learning Challenge Two days back I had written the Kindness challenge and urged you not to post it to prove it. It seems to have reached more people than I can imagine. Requests for more challenges that are meaningful stormed my inbox. And so here is the second one as we are in the slowdown …

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The Learning Brain

This post is motivated by two incidents – one a newspaper reporter who wanted me to give her an interview on the pressure on children during examinations and how to reduce it. Since I have avoided Newspaper interviews because of paid news and distortion of facts I refused to share information and also felt it …

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