Book Review: Marvellous Rhymes for Children About the Wild by Jyotsna Atre | #BlogChatterEbook

The very first thing that strikes you about Jyotsna Atre’s ebook is the creative way in which she has designed each page. Each page is a visual treat for parents and kids. She has taken care to weave in fun facts about each wild animal interestingly. My six-year-old has thoroughly enjoyed reading every poem and keeps going back to her favourite ones. 

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How to deal with toxic parents & family members?

Friends, it’s easy to succumb to the excuse, ‘my parents were mean to me so I don’t really know how to be nice to my kids. They will hate me anyways.’ Just as Sanjana made a choice, you too have a choice. You don’t have to be the very same parent you hated. You don’t need to be mean, rude and resentful towards your own children. I am hoping this post helps you to cope with your negativity & channelize it into a beautiful, positive bond between you and your children. 

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Shahrukh Khan Kidzania

BEST Role Play and Experiential Learning for kids: Thank you Shahrukh Khan for bringing Kidzania to India!

We entered Kidzania at 2 pm and at 9 pm, I had to literally drag my children out, they plainly refused to come! For those 7 hours, both of them had forgotten their phones, i-pads, computer games and television. Both had so many stories to tell me, the car was buzzing with their happy voices. There is something magical in listening to a child’s description of happiness and success. 

My story, however, didn’t end here, the next weekend, I was back at Kidzania – this time the 1.5-hour drive from Malad to Ghatkopar didn’t seem like an ordeal, maybe because I knew that the return on this investment is going to be multi-fold! 

If you are a parent who wishes to lend wings to your child’s creativity
and imagination, Kidzania is definitely a must-visit for you.

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