Category: Kids

Day Care Centres in Gurgaon : Recommended by our Members

As parents, we want the best for our children, especially when we are away. Choosing the right day care center seems to be a mammoth task for all of us. We need to keep a few factors in mind before finalizing the same for our little wonders. Location, infrastructure, safety measures, monitoring mechanisms, transport, parent-teacher ratio, support staff training and ratio and cost effectiveness are few things that one needs to consider before choosing a day care. Very often we get queries on our forum for day care recommendations. We have created a list of 5 day care centers that have...

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5 Sports Academies in Gurgaon

'All work and no play make Jack and Jill dull kids '-An old saying which I've twisted a bit as outdoor activities are imperative for all be it a girl, boy or an adult. If you are the fortunate ones who can take out time, then enrolling yourself or your children in a sports activity can be an enriching experience. Our millennium city has some good sports academies and I have listed 5 of them. Ryder's Sports Academy  Image Source: Ryder's Sports Academy  Location: They have 6 centers in Gurgaon  Sector 57        G Block, Sector 57 (Near Scottish High School)...

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Gurgaon Girls Shine at the PARIS WORLD GAMES

Gurgaon girls shine at the PARIS WORLD GAMES and bring glory to the nation At the recently concluded PARIS WORLD GAMES, four girls from Gurgaon—Siya Kapoor, Navya Bajaj, Tanyaa Jain in the Under 17 (Pool B) category and Mahika Singhal in the Under 15 category who were part of the basketball TEAM INDIA made India proud by bagging medals and accolades for their country. Siya Kapoor, a student of the Shriram School Aravali, Gurgaon was selected by SGFI (School Games Federation of India) for the prestigious Paris World Games that were held in Paris, France from July 7 till July 14. SGFI not only governs various...

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World Mud Day

GurgaonMoms observed 'World Mud Day's with Godrej Protekt. We asked our members if they had a pic of their kid playing in mud? Even better if they are also playing along!  While we mothers are paranoid about cleanliness, sometimes it’s good to get your hands dirty… it does not just make your child dirty but happier, they bond well, connect with nature (in case of mud), smarter because it improves their cognitive skills and a lot more.  So let’s all spend some time with our children to get our hands dirty. Of course we can always clean up at the end...

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Parenting Hack#1: The Inclusion

Yesterday I was in the park playing with the kids … Bhargav loves being social and runs behind every child who is full of energy … But none play with him. They stop and stare at him … Some stop by and ask me " Aunty, what is wrong with him"? Some kids giggle and pass comments … But yesterday was a different day altogether … I called these bunch of kids for a story telling session  I told them a story about how a child was a little different and how the other kids helped him and played...

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