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Being a parent to small children can be challenging, but also incredibly rewarding. This blog is dedicated to providing parents with tips and resources to help them navigate the journey of raising small children.

Managing a preschool can be a complex task, but with the right strategies, it can be made easier. This blog is dedicated to providing preschool owners and managers with tips, tools and resources to help streamline operations and ensure a smooth-running preschool. From managing staff, to creating curriculum, to handling enrolment and finances, we'll share the best practices and strategies that can help you to run your preschool effectively and efficiently

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Benefits of Technology for preschools
ParentingPreSchool

Rahul Sharma • 23 January, 2023

Benefits of Technology for preschools

Technology has transformed the way preschools communicate with parents. Mobile apps and messaging systems have made it possible for parents to receive real-time upda

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How to choose a preschool communication app
ParentingPreSchool

Rahul Sharma • 23 January, 2023

How to choose a preschool communication app

The use of technology in education has become increasingly prevalent in recent years, and preschools are no exception. With the advent of mobile apps and other forms

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How to find a good day care for your child
Age 4-8 yearsAge 9-12 yearsParenting

Hello Parent • 21 January, 2023

How to find a good day care for your child

Choosing a daycare for your child is an important decision that requires careful consideration. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to determine w

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What to look for in a preschool checklist
Age 2-4 yearsEducation & LearningParenting

Hello Parent • 20 January, 2023

What to look for in a preschool checklist

So now your child is ready to take their first step into the world of education by attending preschool. As a parent, it can be a jittery moment as the child is leavi

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5 Tips on Cell Phone Monitoring for Parents
Age 0-2 yearsAge 13-16 yearsAge 2-4 yearsAge 4-8 yearsChild Psychology and BehaviourHealth and FitnessParenting

Roopika Shah • 10 September, 2019

5 Tips on Cell Phone Monitoring for Parents

Parenting Gen Z? Well, then there's a high probability that you must have encountered this 'magical' moment (Or if you are like me, mommying 'Gen Alpha', then the time is not too far for us too!).

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Time Management tips for Moms!
Parenting

Namratha • 1 October, 2018

Time Management tips for Moms!

As parents, how many times have you wished that a day had more than 24 hours? “I am free” said no mom ever! As moms, we are always short of time. Juggling with the kid, househol

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I have given up!
Parenting

Namratha • 7 September, 2018

I have given up!

Well before seeing those two pink lines that changed my life altogether, I was sort of a cleanliness freak. I had to have the floors clean all the time, the kitchen

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Personal Stories : Parents are my first teacher
Parenting

Richa Oberoi • 8 August, 2018

Personal Stories : Parents are my first teacher

My parents are my first teachers. They brought me up with a lot of love and care. When I had my own baby we did the same and we are proud of our mature and caring son ( he is just 3.8). It was a re

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Top 5 Subscription Boxes for Kids
Age 2-4 yearsAge 4-8 yearsAge 9-12 yearsEducation & LearningParenting

Roopika Sareen • 18 July, 2018

Top 5 Subscription Boxes for Kids

We all love to get mail! There's a unique charm in receiving a box full of surprises every month at your doorstep. Perhaps it is one of the reasons why I think

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Want to teach your kids the golden words "Sorry and Thank You"?
Age 13-16 yearsAge 2-4 yearsAge 4-8 yearsAge 9-12 yearsChild BehaviourChild Psychology and BehaviourCoachingParenting

Namratha • 4 July, 2018

Want to teach your kids the golden words "Sorry and Thank You"?

The other day, I had taken my daughter to a function. As always, I had packed some extra snacks for her. Soon she was hungry and I gave her a biscuit. Another gi

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