5 Life Skills Every Child Should Be Taught

life skills

Life skills are those skills which will help your child endure, and survive most of the emergencies in life. They are inevitable along with academics or extracurricular activities and as parents it is our job to teach them to our children. These are skills which can be taught through routine activities and by creating simulations of emergency scenarios. Life skills complement development, and provide much required help for your child to succeed later in life. Life skills will prepare your child to be independent. Teaching your child life skills allows him…

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The Genesis of Mommy’s Magazine-My blogging story

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Getting a wonderful platform like https://mommysmagazine.com to share your experiences makes you feel really happy and enthused. That’s because this is the place  which gives you visibility to readers across the globe. That’s what I have been able to achieve after stepping onto this blogging journey.I had not the faintest idea that creating mommymagazine.com to share my experiences,knowledge and understanding of being a mother with soon-to-be mothers will bring me here. It’s a humbling experience to write about my growth from a busy mom to the creator of Mommy’s Magazine.…

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Why I shifted to SiteGround -The best Web Hosting provider?

SiteGround

I transferred my WordPress web hosting from GoDaddy to SiteGround lately. As a blogger and Founder of mommysmagazine, I’m really happy to see my website doing well at SiteGround.I am delighted with the wonderful support my website is getting here, right from the start when the initiation process began. Honestly, I was a bit unsure about coming on this platform when I did. I’d heard rave reviews from quite a few people about SiteGround and how it boosted their endeavours. I was advised by many bloggers to at least give…

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How to deal with a difficult teenager?

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Difficult teenager? Let’s call them teenagers facing difficult times. Teenagers (13 to 19 years of age) find it difficult to cope up with changes happening mentally, physically and in their surroundings due puberty, hormonal changes, social pressures, and confusions with a variety of career choices and stress for achieving their goals, etc. Especially, absence of parents or any parent are expected to cause more pressures and unfavorable conditions to teenagers. There are multiple issues faced by teenagers today. However, parents who spend time with their children, have faith in them…

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Teaching Mathematics-Play Way methods for all ages

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Maths difficult? Not any more. Teaching mathematics can be fun with some play way methods, at all ages.Here are a few pro tips from Ms. Abhrekha Jain Sahlot (Also read- Worklife balance tips for working mothers by Abhrekha Jain Sahlot)       on how to get your kids interested in mathematics.                         For Toddlers Children (Age: 3-5) Board Games: Games such as Snakes and Ladder or TAMBOLA (Housie) helps children to do simple additions and teach basics of mathematics.…

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How to teach English to children whose mother tongue is not English

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Knowing English is an advantage beyond compare,since it is a universal language and those who do not know the language or have limited knowledge strive to attain fluency. Ask any parent in a non-native English family about the importance of speaking English language and you’ll immediately sense the importance they attach to being proficient in it. When it comes to children, parents are all the more concerned and ready to teach English and do whatever it takes to make their little one acquire proficiency in it. If you are in…

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Top 5 Summer Vacation Fun Ideas for Kids of Various Ages

summer vacation

Summer vacation is around the corner and I am sure most of the parents like me would be wondering how to keep children engaged in quality ways for their upcoming summer vacation. Some common questions in our minds would be – “How to keep children engaged during summer vacation?”, “What could be the best use of these holidays”?, “ What to choose and what not to for them?”, “How to keep them away from the screen (T.V/Mobile/Tabs) etc. and channelize their free time and energy into something qualitative, something meaningful?…

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How to soothe a fussy baby at night….

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Ten ways to Instantly Soothe a Fussy baby at Night.. What can be more distressing for parents than seeing their newborn cry intensely at night and being at a loss to know why it’s happening?  It’s a situation that understandably causes panic and extreme agony, as your fussy baby cannot speak up nor give a clear hint. Well, if that happens to your little one, at the outset, it would be important to find out if it is because of minor discomfort or a health problem. If you are sure…

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5 tips for work-life balance from a successful working mother

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Mommy’s Magazine salutes the spirit of working mothers, whether they are working outside home or not.How about parenting and work life balance tips that come straight from the testimonies and stories of  wonderful moms themselves? What could be better than real life, tried and tested life lessons of moms? Here is an insightful article by a working mother who has managed to meet the odds of motherhood as a working mother. Meet Abhrekha Jain Sahlot, the name is derivative of her parent’s name ( Abhay & Rekha). She is full…

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How to get your older kids to do chores…

chores older kids

See also: It’s never too Late… Yes, it is not that easy to get your older kid/teenager to do household chores.If you’ve been feeling that things could have been rather different and you might have done a better job of encouraging your child to get habituated to carrying out chores, worry not. You still can do wonders on that front and make your child or teenager learn the importance of taking responsibilities. The first step towards achieving it would be to avoid overthinking and blaming yourself for not being responsible…

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