Mothercare Blog

Teaching Respect

Teaching children how to respect.

Disrespectful children are a growing concern among parents today. Most of us complain about our kids not showing respect to elders but what we do not realize is that children learn from us, either by way of watching us or by acting on the values we teach them.

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Bond Better

How to develop a better relationship with your children.

One of the most common and difficult things to do, especially in these modern times, is to find time to keep communications open with your children. Most 21st century families feel the crunch when it comes to ‘WE’ time.

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School Prep up Without a Hiccup

how to master the back to school routine.

Trrrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnngggg……….trriiiiiinnnggg. Back to school marathons are a force to reckon with - so is the race against the clock.

Not to worry, we are here to help. Take a look at these ways in which you can prep up your kids for when they go back to school.


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All You Need to Know About Weaning - Part 1

What foods you should introduce at every stage of weaning.

Weaning your infant off of breast-feeding is a crucial time, we bring you a 3 part series with everything you need to know about the process.

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Go Green

Fun ways to approach green living with your kids.

Gone are the days when the ideal way of spending a holiday was visiting the park. When the sight of a lush garden or a new book rather than a growing stack of new video games would make the kids squeal with delight.

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Learning at It's Best!

How to make learning easier for your children.

What if your kids were learning something while staring at their bedroom walls? What if their brains were actually absorbing information while playing with their toys? These aren’t just what ifs any more. A new type of learning, known as incidental learning, seems to be the solution to all parent woes.

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A little EXTRA never hurts!

Great ideas for children's extracurricular activities.

All work and no play make children’s lives dull and boring. We’re sure all the parents couldn’t agree with us more. Gone are the days when the only thing that parents wanted to see was an ‘A’ on their kid’s report card.

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Spell it Right!

How to make spelling easier for kids.

Do you often find your children scratching their heads when asked to spell a big or complicated word? Then it’s about time you take a step to fix this.

Here are some magical tips to make your kids Spell-a-Thon ready in just a few days. And, no they don’t involve casting a learning spell on your little ones!

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