Parenting

3 Pencil & Paper Games To Play With Your Kids

Be it a child or an adult, everyone likes to play games. With the current conditions of being at home most often and playing the same toys and board games can sometimes be boring for children. A small change can make a big difference. But like me, if you do not want to invest in anymore games and with the "currently unavailable" tag on shopping sites over everything a child requires as it is not considered into essentials, getting that change might be difficult. All you need is a pencil and paper and you are good to go.

Parenting

5 Tips On How To Teach Your Child The Importance Of Saving

Saving money is one of the most important aspects for adults for having financial security. But do you think this habit can be learned in a day or two? It is an element that needs to be picked up in childhood and rooted in to ensue willingly. We need to empower our kids by teaching… Continue reading 5 Tips On How To Teach Your Child The Importance Of Saving

CauseAChatter · Parenting

5 Steps To Make Sure Gender Equality Starts At Home For Kids

There are countless things to talk about when it comes to gender equality and supporting women. But how do we ensure that our future generations, our kids are raised to know the true meaning of gender equality? To make sure that they do not just talk about it but also follow the same in their… Continue reading 5 Steps To Make Sure Gender Equality Starts At Home For Kids

Collaborations · Parenting

Is Your Child Getting All The Vital Nutrition?

Right from the birth of a child, every parent is always on the lookout for the best. Healthy growth and proper nutrition are what they always have on their mind. Parents love to track the growth as it is an important indicator of how their overall health is shaping. There are many factors in nutrition… Continue reading Is Your Child Getting All The Vital Nutrition?

CauseAChatter · Parenting

Only Me! – Does being an only child effect mental wellness?

Are you an only child or do you have a sibling? Haven’t you heard (parent or not) at some point of time that an only child is a spoiled one? That they are too stubborn and do not share. They do not socialize especially when things don’t go as per their way. Compromises are a… Continue reading Only Me! – Does being an only child effect mental wellness?