Play is everywhere — how can you help your child find it?
Obstacle courses 101: How to set up & games to include
7 benefits of Art you may not realize (+ 5 ways for kids to play with Art)
What is Schema-based Play? Discover 8 Schemas and toys for each.
Montessori or Waldorf: Which toys are better for your child?
On running a 100% women-led company | Conversation with Meeta Sharma
A gifting guide to get your child the best Christmas present
Struggling to find the perfect gift for your child this Christmas? This guide will simplify the process and have you set in no time!
How often should you buy new toys for your child?
Toys are a child's best friend.
Books aren't the only places stories exist.
We look at all these people’s stories, and learn to understand our own. The strangest, most random moments make us cry and we don’t know why. We lose ourselves in these stories, and then silently, gently and slowly discover ourselves again. All the stories are true. The stories in our hearts, the ones buried deep, the ones we find in places that we never expected, the stories that jump and demand attention, the stories that lay there quietly, waiting for us, my stories and your stories, they are all true.
Getting the right birthday gift for toddlers and little kids!
Birthdays mean gifts!! The pleasure of unwrapping a gift is universal! Especially if you are a little child who has been thinking of it as one of the main features of your birthday party!! So what are appropriate birthday gifts for toddlers? You do not want to give them extremely complicated gifts that might be greatly educational but uninteresting to them. Toddlers have short attention spans and the gifts you can give them should match those attention spans.
Learning to play by themselves – How solo play encourages independence, confidence and more.
Did you know that one year olds can play on their own for up to 20 minutes? So how can you help with this journey of exploration and self -discovery? Like everything else with little kids, it does not happen magically or overnight. You have to have patience and be flexible as they grow and go back and forth between testing the independence and drawing back to the safety of being with adults who will engage or entertain.