New born babies love to be swaddled. Swaddling is an old art of wrapping an infant to make him feel secure. It helps to calm the baby and helps in reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. Find out what swaddling is and how it calms down your baby in this video.
Children are full of energy and as they grow they become more active and start bumping themselves into things. Being a parent it may worry you a lot but our expert will help you make your home childproof. Babies usually start moving around when they are 8- 9 months.
Change in weather conditions can get your newborn in trouble. A newly born child can easily catch cold. Children from 1 to 4 years of age can have as many as 8-10 episodes of cold and cough every year due to viruses.
Many children face problems when it comes to being able to concentrate fully on the task at hand. However, there is no reason for the parents of these children to fret. There are number of things you can do help children develop focus and concentration.
When can parents tell that their child's love for surfing internet, chatting online with friends and playing games and other related activities crosses simple overuse to addiction? If your child loses track of time while surfing net then it's time for you to think about it.
It is important that parents encourage their kids, not only during exams, but generally. This will not only boost their morale but also give them immense confidence. Do not make exams a “Do or Die” situation for them. Identify their strengths and help them to enhance them.
Parents have to play an active role in helping their children get rid of exam related stress. And in this video, Doctor Pulkit Sharma explains the ways in which parents can lend a helping hand to thier children during the exams.
Parents are the motivating and guiding force for a child development. This video will define the Role and responsibilities of Parents in the Mental Stability of Children. Watch this video to know what our expert Dr. Pulkit Sharma advices to the parents.
If your child has trouble sitting in his seat, or staying still, or is constantly tapping his pencil, constantly distracted, has careless work, can't stay between the lines, has sloppy work, or can't get the work in on-time, it could point to a trouble.
Similarities in thinking and behaviour bring teens close to their peers. Teenagers usually spend more time with their peers than they do with parents or family.