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ParentingBy Divya Ramesh
What can you do to minimise your child’s stress and keep him happy during this unprecedented crisis?By Team ParentCircle
This month in our Parent–Expert series, we explore some strategies you can use to help your child feel at ease in social situations.By Aruna Raghuram
You pack your child’s life with cricket practice, dance classes, music lessons and swimming workouts. Did you ever stop to think that too many activities could backfire?By Team ParentCircle
Here are some interview excerpts from “InBeTWEEN”— our exclusive teen video series where experts from various fields offer help with teen issues.
WellnessBy Shirley Johanna
In the fourth part of our series on immunity-boosting foods, we look at how edible seeds can help keep infections and diseases at bay.By Divya Ramesh
Do you find your child’s mouth mostly open, whether she is sleeping, playing, watching TV or reading? Should you “correct” this habit? Find out.By Subhechha Chatterjee
Worried your infant is fussy during feeds? Wondering what’s causing her to frequently throw up after feeds? Acid reflux could well be the culprit. Find out more about this condition.
LearningBy Team ParentCircle
Padma Srinath, a renowned early childhood educator with experience spanning five decades, answers your questions related to early learning.By Visram Ramachandran
Get set to solve interesting toothpick puzzles in Part 8 of our Mathemagic series.
LifestyleBy Monali Bordoloi
The past few months have been nothing less than a roller-coaster ride for everyone, more so for working parents. Here’s how I manage to retain my sanity during the pandemic.By Ruchira Ramanujam
How about getting your child into the kitchen and—without switching on the stove—making these delightfully easy recipes that deliver maximum fun and flavour?By Subhechha Chatterjee
Community celebrations could be a challenging affair this year, but we have rounded up some ways you can enjoy the festival with your family and friends.By Kerina De Floras
Animals always make children go wide-eyed with wonder. This World Animal Day (4 October), read these books with the young folks at home who love their furry friends.