Setting Up Your Child’s Routine and Its Importance

Setting Up Your Child’s Routine and Its Importance

Even a quick survey of a classroom for toddlers can reveal a stark difference between children who come from orderly homes and those that come from chaotic homes. And this difference is more than cosmetic. The unrulier kids typically come from homes that do not offer them a good regular structure. What is more, research has shown that the most important phase in a child’s development typically is between the ages of 0 to 5. It is during this period that a child requires a structured, dependable and predictable life more than anything else. Kids who are afforded this luxury...

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One of the biggest responsibilities that a parent faces during early child rearing is behavior management in young children. Children learn most forms of behavior by aping the adults that surround them.   Behavioral Management in children is the sum total of all behavioral techniques that act as a guiding force for the child’s behavior.   Although debates have raged over the years over the best parenting strategies and the best behavioral management techniques, it is widely accepted and backed up by numerous studies that a constructive positive approach towards molding a child’s behavior is the most productive technique.  ...

Iris Global Cultural Exchange

Iris Global Cultural Exchange

The very first IrisGlobal Cultural Exchange session held on 2nd November 2018 @ Iris Florets the happy play school & Iris Sakalya Academy, Kalyan Nagar, Hyderabad. Mr. Hilbert Pustilnik from Berlin, Germany interacted with the PP1 & Grade I students of Iris. This is a unique cultural exchange program which enables all iris schools to host international travellers into our classrooms for meaningful conversations with students and teachers. It was a 75 minute session between Mr.Hilbert Pustilnik and the students. He shared about #Germany’s work culture, family, studies, opportunities and lifestyle at Germany, with the students, who in turn, asked...

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Tantrums Thrown by Children and How to Handle Them   One of the most difficult and often embarrassing challenges for a young parent is to deal with their child’s temper tantrum. These seemingly spontaneous outbursts of emotions can be extremely disconcerting and parents are often at a loss with how to deal with it. A screaming, screeching child, whose body undergoes violent contortions in a shopping mall or a public space, while its parents stand helplessly by, is a sight we have all been privy to. But to understand how to best deal with a tantrum, it is important to...

A Complete Guide to Improve Your Child’s Handwriting

One of the most common struggles that parents across the world go through is trying to get their child to learn how to write. For even though a child learns how to make a fist almost right after birth and is able to put to use the opposable thumb, learning to write or even holding on to a pencil is an altogether different ball game. Kids who do learn the fine art of holding the pencil correctly and using just the right amount of pressure, end up deve1loping a good, legible handwriting. To help them through this nascent stage, parents...

8 Things You Should Know as a Preschool Entrepreneur

8 Things You Should Know as a Preschool Entrepreneur

Are you an Entrepreneur planning to start a preschool but doesn’t know where to start? Here is everything you should know as a preschool entrepreneur. Read on… Investing in something that deals with giving education is bliss. Education not only transforms the life of an individual but also creates a special place with name and fame for him/her in the society. Education industry offers profitable business opportunities for many entrepreneurs. There is no noble profession than giving education to kids as that is laying the foundation for future. There is a lot of handwork behind opening the best preschool. The...

Over-Parenting and its Bad Effects on Your Child?

Over-Parenting and its Bad Effects on Your Child?

Over-parenting is the situation where parents show more than required or needed attention on their children considering their age, stage of life, personality traits, etc. The term helicopter parenting was coined by Dr. Haim Ginott in the year 1969 in his book Between Parent and Teenager. A helicopter parent is someone who is overprotective and over interested in their child’s life than what is required or needed for their child. Being a parent who is always involved in their child’s daily activities is not a bad thing but a parent who tries to teach a grown-up child of 15 years...

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