For most parents, the play date is an opportunity that allows them to get some adult conversation in while the children play. Play dates can get tricky as everyone has a different opinion of what they expect on a play date. Yours could be completely different from what your child’s play mate’s parents might have in…

Since all school curriculums are built around the concept of moving forward and finishing the paper/subject before deadline, its best to recognize signs of academic struggle as early as possible. These difficulties start getting worse over time since the subject/course moves forward as per planned pace. How can you tell if your child is facing…

In layman’s language, ability of a person to understand own emotions, and others emotions is what emotional intelligence quotient is. It’s not based on facts and information which makes it more difficult to teach or develop than a tangible Intelligence Quotient. How is this important for your children? As much or more than the worldly…

We have heard the benefits of healthy foods on our body, but did you how it affects our mind? Instilling a healthy food habit in your child will ensure they grow into healthy adults as healthy habits tend to stay and grow on individuals. Modelling such behaviours also ensures they are constantly encouraged as children…

Technology slowly seems to be taking over many aspects of human society. Education is now evolving to incorporate technology to break free from the boundaries of four walls. As we go through 21st century, technology in the classroom is becoming more and more predominant. Tablets are replacing textbooks, smartboards are replacing blackboards and we have information…

Education is not complete with sports. We at Education Finders try to find the pros and cons of sports being a part of your child’s school curriculum through a parent’s opinion. As adults we all have different opinions and abilities, even children face similar dilemmas throughout their life. They encounter choices between pursuing what they are…

As kids get older, you have to work harder and harder to stay engaged with them, but it would be worth the work. The trick is to ask about things that are specific, but still open-ended. Move beyond “fine” and “nothing” by asking your child to describe his world. It’s also great to start the…

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