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DIY: A Four Seasons Tree Making Activity for Kids

Neel and Saurik with Four  Seasons Tree Gift Neel has a best friend called Saurik. I have noticed that their bond of friendship has been improving day after day. They even manage time to wish a good night before bed over the phone and little happening stories.  I feel a bit of relief that my introvert kid is now opening up to his peers.  Final Pieces of Four Seasons Tree When I grew up without having a close friend. Sometimes, I really feel envious on people who have a good friend. But I am so happy that my kid has this beautiful friendship with his classmate. To help them to mingle better, I helped Neel to prepare a special gift for his friend. Through this activity, I would like to teach you - Sharing for a Friend We prepared a tree made with a chart paper. This activity was to teach my child the love of sharing. Kids are rather reluctant to share their toys but this time, Neel happily agreed to share the paper tree with his best friend. He was

Letting My Child's Imagination Fly!

There is an artist in every child . As a parent, I have always believed that this image must remain in my child forever.  Keeping this mind, I have encouraged Neel since he was only two and a half years old. He is turning 5 this March and still showing great love for any kind of art.  From this week onward, I am documenting Neel's activities so that when he grows up, he would remember to let his inner child live in him.  A glimpse of  Neels day with Cousins Neel draws as he imagines and sees the real world.  I believe everything he draws and paints he believe as the real world. He also tries to persuade me it as the real world. I have observed his artwork evolution phase from a simple straight line to become complex figures. I, therefore, encouraged him all the time to draw and paint what he like and explain what he thinks about the work.  About this week(3-9 Feb 2019) Neel's artwork. This week he has painted more than 20 drawing. He helped me to choo