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Five mothers talk about feminism and the fairytale conundrum.
Unable to get the film's tickets, they lost their way back.
Grazing is when your child eats between designated mealtimes or sit-down snacks. There are many reasons why this might happen. Here are six reasons why I recommend avoiding allowing kids to graze betw...
Sanya Jain/2016 NatGeo International Photography Contest for Kids
Urban infrastructure problems affect their health, safety and opportunities to play.
What were you doing between the ages of 6 and 14? Probably not entering an international photo contest. On Tuesday, National Geographic Kids announced the winners of its photography competition, which...
By Purnima Jha* The story of the Ramayana never ceases to amaze me. Not only is the tale fascinating, the lessons contained therein continue to be relevant too. One of my favourites is the story of wh...
"Parents are always right!"
I don't think it is in my nature to be confrontational. Unless it is with my parents or people who I know very well, I don't usually pick fights or arguments, even if there's a difference of opinion....
Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? That's us being funny, but also asking a really basic question that vexes us. How did a simple preparation of real butter, sugar and flour get to a place wher...
Paulo Coelho once famously said that we can learn three things from our children: to be happy for no reason, to always be curious, to fight tirelessly for something. He may be spot on but there is so much else we can learn from our kids.
This post is not about the Rakshabandhan of adolescent game-playing. This post is also not about the myths and legends behind the festival, and nor is it about interpretations of brotherhood such as Tagore promoting the exchange of rakhis between Muslims and Hindus. Nope! This post is about twisting the rules even more fundamentally.