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Tips for Parents


You should make sure that your child has strict timings:
When to go to bed, when to wake up, when to have breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner and when to go to the park to play.
Your child should be in bed by 8:00 p.m. for a full night sleep and should wake up by 7 a.m.

Food recommended:

Breakfast – A good healthy breakfast.
Break Time in school : The child does not need a big ‘Tiffin’ IF he/she has had a good breakfast at home.
Child goes home for lunch


Please read to your child every day. Speak to your child in English.
English is an International language and must be learnt right from childhood.
Read – The Ladybird series are good to start with. They are 5 minutes stories. Well illustrated and hold the child’s attention. Also encourage the imagination.
Do some common poems also every day.


Child should learn to listen rather than look. Have good music playing in the background while the child is drawing and painting or doing some craft. Even while eating.
It should be calming and encouraging of imagination. Above all it must be pleasant. Indian classical, Western classical can lift ones mood and spirit.


A child must have a desk of his/her own. There should be a good supply of paper (old newspaper will do) crayons, paints etc.

Books & Library:

Have a shelf for the child’s book. His / her library can be built up. Encourage the child to recognize his / her favourite stories for you to read.


The more you indulge you children with new toys the less the children will develop. The less you give the children, the more they will develop, because they have to find a way to amuse themselves, maybe by playing with mud, sticks and stones or kitchen utensils etc. or going into the garden or a park and collect different fallen leaves and feathers.
Avoid the computer for your child – avoid computer games. Avoid cell phones. All this can come later and will.

Table manners:

Table manners are also taught at home. Make sure that the child sits at a table to eat his / her food?
Is there food laid out on the table? Is there a plate, knife and fork and spoon or is there a thali with katories, a napkin / serviette. Has the child washed his/her hands before sitting down to eat?
Encourage dining table conversation with the family. Please avoid feeding the child while watching television. The child must learn to eat by himself/herself.

Toilet training:

This is done at home. When your child learns to sit, he/she is ready to be put on a toilet. There should be a child’s toilet seat procured and indeed an adult must be with the child when he/she is put on the toilet. This should be repeated several times in the day and particularly after meals.
A child can be toilet trained before the age of 22 month IF the procedure is followed.
There will be the odd accident due to time delay but the child will be conscious of it and learn to avoid it. No fuss must be made.


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