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Tips for parents to make studying fun for children

If you are one of those parents who is frustrated with your child's studying habits then check out expert-approved strategies and activities that you can use to make studying fun for your children.

Tips for parents to make studying fun for children(freepik)
Tips for parents to make studying fun for children(freepik)
Published on Sep 20, 2022 04:41 PM IST

Children learn more from observation and experimentation: Study

Children learn more by seeing and experimenting on their own. They also learn from what others say to them, particularly adults and authority figures such as their parents and teachers.

Children learn more from observation and experimentation: Study(Pixabay)
Children learn more from observation and experimentation: Study(Pixabay)
Published on Sep 12, 2022 08:44 PM IST

Is dyslexia a gift? Here are some surprising benefits

Dyslexia is a learning disability that is characterised with difficulty in reading and writing. Here are some lesser-known benefits of the neurological condition.

Dyslexics can truly envision an excellent view of the world. They make great use of their imaginations and have an acute sense of curiosity and interest.(Vipin Kumar/Hindustan Times)
Dyslexics can truly envision an excellent view of the world. They make great use of their imaginations and have an acute sense of curiosity and interest.(Vipin Kumar/Hindustan Times)
Published on Aug 16, 2022 07:55 PM IST

Parenting tips: Here's how to help kids develop independent learning skills

It can be challenging for parents who are not qualified enough to determine whether they are providing too much assistance or not enough. Here are a few easy actions that you can take to assist your child in becoming an independent learner.

Parenting tips: Here's how parents can help their kids develop independent learning skills (Tatiana Syrikova)
Parenting tips: Here's how parents can help their kids develop independent learning skills (Tatiana Syrikova)
Updated on Aug 06, 2022 04:27 PM IST

Afraid of kids getting addicted to games? It positively affects mental health

Are you afraid of your kids getting addicted to games? While playing games is considered as an open call to Mental Health Disorder, experts suggest it might be totally the reverse case as it is not only effective in kids' learning but also helpful for youngsters' mental health.

Afraid of your kids getting addicted to online games? Experts say it has positive effects on youngsters' mental health, learning (RODNAE Productions )
Afraid of your kids getting addicted to online games? Experts say it has positive effects on youngsters' mental health, learning (RODNAE Productions )
Updated on Jun 17, 2022 07:58 AM IST
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