KLAY Blogs


Go green in this season of red cheer!

Tis the month of resolutions and we at Klay have already planted the seeds for one that is topical, long-term and meant for both the Kid And You! The donation drive currently on at all our centres is just one way of teaching eco-responsibility to your child. If you think of it, donating old stuff


Getting your child to sleeping on their own

Before discussing why, what and how, and handy tips, let us – the family that puts more than 2000 children down for an afternoon nap at the same time every day – begin by telling you that there is no right time to start making your child sleep in their room/bed. You may get advice


How much food should you feed your child?

You’ve probably heard this before: A child will eat only as much as a child will eat. But how many times have you kept it in mind while planning meals or feeding your child? Doctors and child nutrition experts we spoke to have given some important pointers listed below along with some handy tips from


Cold, cold go away

Do nothing for a cold and it will last seven days. Do everything and it will last a week. That’s what they say. But parents of tiny children with tinier noses know that it is not uncommon for cold and cough to last a couple of weeks. So what can you do if your child’s


Should you get your child a pet?

Wondering whether to give in to all those requests about getting a dog, cat, fish or a turtle? Thinking whether getting a canine or a feline friend for your kid will only increase your work? Here’s a list of your concerns – answered: There is an increased risk of infection: Studies have shown that children