Crafting Penguins To Solving Problems – It’s All Hidden In Art

Crafting Penguins To Solving Problems – It’s All Hidden In Art

Can problem-solving skills be nurtured? That’s a “yes” from me – and the “yes” comes after a lovely artsy morning that my daughter and I spent creating a miniature snow town from scrap. Cotton swabs, paints, paper rolls, glue, dried shells, old newspaper, medicine dropper caps and a shoe box cover made their way into our little world of art. We ideated and decided on the placement of objects in our miniature snow town and

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98.6 Degrees Fahrenheit

98.6 Degrees Fahrenheit

Four days of raging fever, over a dozen doses of paracetamol, needle pricks on a thin arm, wailing puking burning child… its been a trying week. Our little girl is fighting against an infection that the blood tests are yet to reveal, and the battle is raging like a fire. I’ve always encouraged the body to heal itself with minimal support of antibiotics. This time around though paracetamol in all its forms, colours and flavours

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At The Altar We Met

At The Altar We Met

A father-daughter relationship has a charm of its own. There’s a deeper sense of conviction that bonds this relationship so strong and secure. I had penned this poem at a time when I was a member of a student team championing the cause of educating people on the ill-effects of female infanticide. A few of my heart-to-heart conversations with the fathers we interacted with has found their reflection here. But beyond all this, I’ve tried

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CURBING CORRUPTION – BEGINS AT HOME !

CORRUPTION – BEGIN AT HOME ! Have you heard the popular Kannada slogan ” Swalpa adjust maadukolli !!” This saying which means “ kindly adjust a little ” was created with an intent  to convey ”take it light and move on” to help us forgive small mistakes so that we all co-exist peacefully. This is the very essence of INDIA-to live and let live in peace! But are we to apply it to the rising

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Getting Back To Childlike Optimism!

Getting Back To Childlike Optimism!

Being a mother of two, one two-legged human offspring and another four-legged adopted offspring, I am privileged enough to see hopefulness and optimism all around in abundance. We all know children are amazingly optimistic people; they are firm believers that we need all around us. Interestingly, our four-legged daughter, the golden retriever – Whiskey, is the most optimistic among them. My daughter would still give up sometimes, but Whiskey will never ever give up. Her

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MOMMIES DON’T CRY

MOMMIES DON’T CRY

By Ashi Kalim Parenting is an art-a skill. Parents are their children “Bright Knights” and aspire to set a positive impact on their kiddos. The parents should always be a HERO for child. Getting weird on kids!!is a big no. Parenting is not wildness but being patient and perseverant that will yield result. Not only academically but also emotionally. Develop an atmosphere where child runs for you for any emotional guidance. And that day take

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Parenting: Touch, Feel and let them Grow

Parenting: Touch, Feel and let them Grow

By Arbind Kumar Khushboo is a housewife, and her marvelous journey of parenting and shaping personalities of her children is unique. She faced difficulties in dealing with growing children, sometimes wept, and prayed to God to have adaptive technique, to deal with small kids. She says, ‘Yes, parenting is a technique’. Touch, feel and let them grow. You can experiment with positivism in mind. Khushboo was upset that her two girl childs were very disturbing.

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