Homeschooling · Toddler Activities

*** Rasode mein Kaun tha??? ***

Definitely the epic meme song of 2020. His love for kitchen tools & cooking is not new. Infact, I love when he shows interest in kitchen activities from this young age. His curiousness to observe and try kitchen tools always surprises me. So on weekend he had a great time in observing and trying his… Continue reading *** Rasode mein Kaun tha??? ***

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*** Hold On Mommies ***

From being into a complete mess to completely rocking the mess. It seems not all mom’s earn in Money,Some rejoice their earnings in Kind. Momming could be the weirdest Job,But it does bring out the best of You. Taking care of your child is Impeccable,While your health is also much Valuable. You don’t really need… Continue reading *** Hold On Mommies ***

Blogpost · Experiences

*** Once a teacher always a teacher ***

No wonder in childhood my favourite pretend play use to be teacher teacher… And see how it played a major role in my teenage years & still gives me a feeling of being one. Reminiscing when my days would start with a college later full time job and end with taking part time tutions. This… Continue reading *** Once a teacher always a teacher ***

Blogpost · Festival's · Toddler Activities

*** Happy Independence Day ***

I have been talking and showing him the Indian flag from few days. Then, I thought by making one he shall connect more to what I am saying him. We really did a very simple activity to make Toddler version of flag. Materials :-1. Marble paper2. Felt sheet3. Fevicol I had few felt sheets and… Continue reading *** Happy Independence Day ***

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*** Coloured Rice Sensory Play ***

#littleborntales_activities This activity was suggested by @kaizen_learning perfect for a 2yr old to explore and have fun. Though we did some variations and played up in few other ways too. Watch the videos to see all kinds of play we did with rice sensory play. Also sharing some benefits of Rice Sensory Play:- 1. Encourages… Continue reading *** Coloured Rice Sensory Play ***

Blogpost · Festival's

*** Happy Janmashtami ***

As per my instinct, I knew this boy wouldn’t let me get him dressed up and same happened finally settled for this kurta pyjama. A phase where he’s becoming more stubborn & choosy for things you gotta deal with it. Since, we can’t take our kids out yet we thought we can make a small… Continue reading *** Happy Janmashtami ***

Blogpost · Toddler Activities

*** Janmashtami Activity ***

I love dressing up sharav for each festival. Also want him to understand the little things that make the celebrations worth it. Last two years, we dressed up him as little krishna & also did matki fod last year. Since he’s keen on doing activities I had few materials from last year. So to keep… Continue reading *** Janmashtami Activity ***

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*** Five Little Monkeys Activity ***

We did this super simple yet fun activity with the most famous rhyme. I always prefer to involve him in the process and so he did small activity along. After that we sang the rhymes using popsicle puppets and had fun. 🐒 Popsicle Monkey Puppets – Included pasting, pressing, picking & letting it dry. (All… Continue reading *** Five Little Monkeys Activity ***

Blogpost · Cooking Shooking

*** Yummy Mix Veggie Soup ***

I was never fond of soups earlier but after a few trail & error on recipes this soup has become my favourite go to when I need a light & healthy dinner. Watch the full video for making easy & healthy soup. 👇 Veggies taken are :- tomatoes, onions, bottle gourd, carrots, bell peppers, garlic… Continue reading *** Yummy Mix Veggie Soup ***