Parenting in itself is a skill. Right? Yes! We agree. In our Sunday EdCamp today, we need your participation to determine that one skill which in your opinion is the key differentiator. Here’s our question: What is that one skill that you think children need to learn most?
“A person who won’t read has no advantage over one who can’t read.” Mark Twain Our question to you in our this edition of #SundayEdCamp is: How do you encourage and motivate your child to read? Please share your thoughts.
Movies play an important role in most households. Parents do need recommendations on which movies to watch with their kids. In our SundayEdCamp today we seek your opinion on: Question: Which movie would you recommend to a parent that they must watch with their child together and why?
You are sure sure you’ve time and patience to respond to a child’s query, in today’s Sunday EdCamp we request you to share what all you do to get your child to ask questions: Question: How do you encourage curiosity in your child?
We are back with our #SundayEdCamp question. We love your answers and appreciate your sharing and participation. Teachers are central to education and each one of us has or has had a favorite. Now for our this Sunday’s question: Who was your favorite teacher in school and why?
In our Third Question of our Second Series of Sunday EdCamp, today we request you to share with us your ways of responding to harmless lies. Here’s our question: How do you handle “harmless lies” told by your child?
Our this week’s SundayEdCamp Question is: How do you explain the difference between an error and a blunder to a child? This week we are tweaking with our format. We are not saying pick one. We are requesting you to share your take, tell us your story and let us share it widely.
Selecting a school is definitely not a child’s play, hmm… Not a parent’s play too. While considering a school for your child, in order of priority, share with us your reasoning. (eg: b,d,c,a) Brand Fees Distance Reference Others (Pl specify)