Children are always taught to dream of only things that seem feasible.
Since the Pandemic disrupted the normal school routine, it has opened up the path to using new
ways to reach children for their education.
As a parent, you know that every day comes with the potential to create an event that will change your child’s future forever!.
Creativity has no bounds and we all hope that our kids are creative enough to always stay positive and achieve more in life.
A decade ago, many of us would have scoffed at the idea of an online education.
Technology can be a very daunting subject for kids. Parents also get intimidated thinking of this as a subject for their kids.
The world is hardly the same place we knew even just a few years ago. There’s a pandemic out on the streets and everyone has been advised to stay home.
It is common for all parents to worry about the confidence quotient in their kids.
Parenting doesn’t necessarily have what one would call a one-size-fits-all situation.
Coding or programming seems to be very complicated when said out loud.
What is the right way to push your child? The answer to this is nada. You shouldn't push your child.
We are all well aware of the benefits of being confident, self-reliant, well-groomed, knowledgeable, and approachable in today’s incredibly social world.
Staying at home has become the norm and it’s not just you who’s going crazy, it’s your children too!
Computers and the internet are a very dangerous place for an unsupervised child
Recalling a memory is a very useful phenomenon that can refresh details within the mind.
We as parents don’t always have a handle on technology like our children do. Our world ran on different rules and technology.
Coding is better understood when children are exposed to the processes involved before they become adults.
It’s no surprise that technology as a whole has multiple viable career paths,