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Visual memory refers to the ability of storing and retrieving formerly experienced visual perceptions and sensations when the stimuli that initially evoked them aren’t present anymore. This entails that an individual is able to make vivid visual images of the stimuli in mind, and after the stimuli gets removed, he/she is still able to recall...
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As our children grow up, we want them to imbibe all of our best traits and qualities to become an even better and more successful person than we are. We want them to have our patience, diligence, determination, and so on. And, we make sure to instil these crucial values in them from a young...
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On some days, it feels like we can do anything and reach for the stars, while on others it feels difficult to even look past the hurdles lying in the path: does the statement sound relatable to you? Trust us, it will sound just as relatable to your teenage kid. There is no denying the...
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The spread of the pandemic and the resultant lockdown has brought in massive changes in every single aspect of our lives. Right from our perspectives to the way we spend our leisure hours, almost everything has changed. And, some of the major effects of this change are being felt by our children. With the families...
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  The process of learning to read is not something that strikes you as complicated or difficult until it is the time to start teaching the kids at home. Reading, after all, is not a natural or an inherent skill in an individual. It is a complex ability that needs to be taught strategically and...
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“None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.” – Mother Teresa Childhood is a wonderful time of life when the desire and opportunity to learn are both endless and uninterrupted. Thus, when it comes to training the...
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  “He who knows no foreign languages knows nothing of his own.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German writer and statesman With the world going global and the digital era bringing the countries closer than ever before, the knowledge of foreign language is now more of a necessity than just another neat party trick. After...
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Innovative Ways to Make the Lockdown Period a Positive Learning Time for Children With the coronavirus pandemic bringing the entire nation to a standstill, the entire daily routine of most of the people has surely gone haywire. Now, with the kids being back at home and the schools being closed, people are more at a...
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When it comes to kids, the word ‘competition’ has always had a bad reputation. The general idea is that competition breeds nothing but pressure and stress in kids, and it ultimately leads to disappointment and insecurities when one does not emerge as the winner. And, we are sure you would certainly want to keep your...
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“Our heritage is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational and economic legacies – all of the things that quite literally make us who we are.” -Steve Berry, American author and former attorney The customs, beliefs, and practices, passed down from one generation to the next all through the years, and the behaviours...
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