So why is it that when one baby cries another will also cry, and when someone can’t stop laughing you find yourself laughing as well even though you have no

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It is hard to underestimate the importance of early language skills; a child’s early development of language will lay the foundations for future learning and communication, and ultimately success in

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Learning to write is a key activity in your child’s development, and of course, this is something that children learn at school. However, there is no doubt that actively encouraging

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Stressful, Busy, Volatile, Chaotic, Uncertain are all terms we as adults use to characterize the fast-moving world we inhabit. At KLAY, we are fortunate to be simultaneously immersed in children’s

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Reading is a great way to spend some magical time with your little ones and allows parents to take some time off from their busy schedules and unwind with their

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Indian families and multigenerational households have always gone hand-in-hand. However, with young professionals flocking to metropolitan cities in the quest of making a living and the constant rise in nuclear

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Music and Mathematics have traditionally inhabited different worlds in our mind space. Music is associated with the ‘Arts Stream’ – something that is relaxing and good to pursue as a

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Did you know that 700 to 1000 neural connections are formed each second in the infant’s brain and by the time the child turns 3, his or her ability to

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It was a usual day when I was skimming through my WhatsApp groups and came across a forward which quoted “Life was simpler when Apple and Blackberry were just fruits”.

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In the digital age that we live in, as parents, the Internet has become both a boon and a bane. While it offers a plethora of benefits and a world

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My son Azad, is only a year old. In the past 6 months, managing work, home and a baby meant I have been stretched for time. Multi-tasking is definitely the

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Does your little one cry when you take away the iPad? Is there always a constant battle over the time on gadgets? Are your children demanding their very own phones

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Being a working parent is like being a superhero. Managing your responsibilities at work and a family at home tends to put you in auto-pilot mode. From carpooling with your

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Books have turned into kindles, games are being played on iPads, and even spending time with friends has become virtual. Welcome to the digital age! In this dynamic digital era,

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The stigma of putting children in day cares and pre-schools is slowly changing. Many more working and non-working women are beginning to enrol their little ones in day cares. A

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Dear Working Mom, Do you ever fall asleep wondering if your child is happy? Do you ever wake up tired and anxious with a list of to-dos that increase by

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Enrolling your little one in a preschool is only the first step in the long (and fun) journey of parenthood. Every child is different and settles in their own time

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The more toys children own, the less they actually play with them. Three-year-old Nishant cannot stop talking about the fruits his uncle brought him when he came over to his

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Panel Discussion: Together, Apart – Uniting Efforts for Children in the New World Order

With children out of school, physical distancing as the new norm, and children’s rights under threat, the new world order has “turned back the clock” on years of progress made on children’s well-being. However, it’s not all bad. As a human race, we’ve been built to adapt: we’ve seen a tipping point in technology-enabled education and the promise of a new education policy in our country.

What can we, as influencers of change in the education space, do to create a better tomorrow for children? Join us for a panel discussion where we can come together to unite our efforts to secure the future of the nex-gen and create a better tomorrow for children.

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