Parents play an important role in the overall development of their child. It is the right guidance of parents that develops the character of the child. Parenting is a never-ending job. It is not something you can get away from once the time comes, because children need their parents from time to time, to stay on the right track. Here’s all that you need to know about the role of parents in the development of their child.


Playing with toys is considered to be important when it comes to growing up and learning about the world around us. Younger children use toys to discover their identity. It helps their bodies grow strong, learn cause and effect, explore relationships. They practice skills that they will need as adults.


Articles will be about kids games, activities, art and craft, outdoors, party, family travel, seasonal, Family activities together, spending quality time together.


Childhood is the time for children to be in school and at play, to grow strong and confident with the love and encouragement of their family and an extended community of caring adults. … It refers to the state and condition of a child’s life, to the quality of those years.


Fussiness about food is a normal part of a child’s development. Most parents can relate to the daily challenge of finding foods that children will eat. Parents are also worried about their child’s preferred diet of nuggets and noodles which could lead to a nutritional deficit. these tips can help you come out of some of these fussiness.


Caring and supportive school environments can only occur when the socialization experiences and relationships of students feature acceptance, tolerance, and respect from both teachers and co-students. Articles will be related to preschool, primary, secondary, school holidays, stuff for school, tools, etc.


Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Learn more about health.

Go Green

Being green is all about reducing how many resources you use, reusing items when you can, and recycling items that can’t be reused. Make the younger generation aware of sustainability and sensitivity towards Earth.

“Never do for a child what he is capable of doing for himself.”

Elizabeth Hainstock

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Author Roshni Shukla is a Parent, Founder and Principal of an Early Years Institution and a Parenting Coach. 

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