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Special Needs Parents: 6 Practical Ways To Stop Worrying And Start...

  I am not an expert on 'worrying', but I am a mother and that definitely establishes my expertise on 'Addiction Of Worry!' We all can say or do...

The Power Of Creative Play With #HotWheels

"Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn." - O. FRED DONALDSON Creativity is the freest form of self-expression. A child’s creativity fosters mental...

Why Making Home Videos Is A Good Idea For Special Needs

  I believe if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is definitely much more than that. A video not only indulges you, it immerses you. Conventionally a...

Decoding Creativity With Play And HotWheel Cars

What remarkable lines about the power of imagination and creativity.  Every child is unique, creative and has an innate power of imagination. We, as a society or parents...

8 Funny Quotes On Parenting That Will Make Your Day

Parenthood is hard! The only antidote one has about parenting is 'the children,' They are their own solution. A minute you are so angry that you want to...

Teaching School Subjects Through Personal Books For Special Needs

The RTE or 'right to education act' has given our children an access to schools and in the last few decades, many mainstream schools have started accepting children...

9 Quick Tips For Creating Personal Books For Children With Special...

Let me start with a quote that I have straight away lifted from Natalie Hale of special reads. I love this quote, and this pretty much sums up...

7 Ways To Find Out If Your Child Is Ready For...

Shweta, is worried that her November born daughter will waste one year since she’ll not be 3 by September. Three, happens to be the recommended age to get...

16 Ways To Be An Unhappy Special Needs Mother

If you are a special needs mother who knows how to be happy, this one is not for you! This article is dedicated to those resilient ones who wear...

Sparking Creativity In Children With Right Toys

“Toys are children’s words and play is their language.” - Garry L Landreth Toys and play is mostly looked upon as an escape from learning. This can’t be far...

5 Ways To Get Your Child To Open Up And Talk

When you have toddlers or pre-schoolers, you are always telling them to be quiet and stop talking. The children at that age are like non-stop batteries, talking endlessly...

Helping The Engineer In Your Child The Creative Way

How many of you have seen your 6-7 year old children disintegrating the toy piano, the old toy car, radio, the flower vase or the mixer-grinder? At that...