Happy Janmashtami! May Little Krishna gives you the best of health,happiness and prosperity. Let him steal all your sorrows and hardships
There comes a time when every parent struggles with how best to discipline their child.
The farmers of India are fighting for their rights and needs for d past two months and even on the Republic Day. To show our respect and empathy we have requested our little Einstein’s to prepare some food items in try colour to celebrate Republic Day! Jai Kissan!
On this auspicious day of Makara Sankranti which is dedicated to Surya, let us work towards transformation. Transformation from darkness to light, sickness to health. It is also an important harvest festival with produce in abundance. May God shower happiness , success and prosperity in your life. We, Little Einsteins Preschool wish and hope that; the Sun’s rays on this day be bright enough to wash out all the negativity around you and your family.
“Let us all Celebrate the Endings -for they precede New Beginnings.”
Wishing you all a very Happy Makar Sankranti.
Son: "Dad, I think I'm old enough now. Is there a Santa Claus?."
Dad: "Ok, I agree that your old enough. But before I tell you, I have a question for you. You see, the truth is a dangerous gift. Once you know something, you can't unknow it. Once you know the truth about Santa Claus, you will never again understand and relate to him as you do now. So my question is: Are you sure you want to know?" Brief pause: Son: "Yes, I want to know"
Dad: "Ok, I'll tell you: Yes there is a Santa Claus" Son: "Really?" Dad: Yes, really, but he's not an old man with a beard in a red suit. That's just what we tell kids. You see, kids are too young to understand the true nature of Santa Claus, so we explain it to them in a way that they can understand. The truth about Santa Claus is that he's not a person at all; he's an idea. Think of all those presents Santa gave you over the years. I actually bought those myself. I watched you open them. And did it bother me that you didn't thank me? Of course not! In fact it gave me great pleasure. You see, Santa Claus is THE IDEA OF GIVING FOR THE SAKE OF GIVING, without thought of thanks or acknowledgement. When I saw that Women collapse on the subway lastweek and called for help, I knew that she'd never know that it was me that summoned the ambulance. I was being Santa Claus when I did that."
Dad: "So now that you know, you're part of it. You have to be Santa Claus too now. That means you can never tell a young kid the secret, and you have to help us select Santa presents for them, and most important, you have to look for opportunities to help "Have yourself a merry little Christmas, Let your heart be light From now on, our troubles will be out of sight”
Children need to be nurtured, talked to, and supported by their parents, especially during their first five years of life. But what if this doesn’t happen? What if a child’s caregiver is negligent of their parental duties? When parents fail to meet the emotional, physical, and mental needs of their child, that’s when future mental problems begin to develop. Studies show when a child experiences neglect at a young age, it often manifests into deep-rooted issues that stay with them throughout the child’s life.
Children who do not receive proper treatment from their parents are prone to behavioral issues, low self-esteem, lack a sense of belonging, develop depression, or can even suffer from mental health issues or addictions. Even if parents are not physically abusing their children, a child can still develop negative feelings and insecurities that affect them well into their lifetime. If the caregiver continues to neglect the child during their childhood years, the child will feel like they don’t have a reliable support system at home and may try to find unsafe alternatives to cope with their insecurities.
In the early years, your child’s main way of learning and developing is through play. Play is fun for your child and gives him an opportunity to explore, observe, experiment, solve problems and learn from his mistakes. He’ll need your support and encouragement to do this. But it’s important to try to find a balance between helping him and letting him make mistakes, because finding out for himself about how the world works is a big part of learning. Lots of time spent playing, talking, listening and interacting with you helps your child learn the skills she needs for life, like communicating, thinking, solving problems, moving and being with other people and children. But more than this, play is a great relationship builder. Spending time playing with your child sends a simple message – you are important to me. This message helps your child learn about who he/she is and where he/she fits in the world.