Being able to tell a good story can shape your child's life.
While most of these conversations can be had anytime, this is a great time to have them. They are also not just about the broader concept of our nation but work for every community the children are part of. We need to govern every unit starting from family to school, city, and county in a way that includes every member, which is the beauty of what our republic offers to us. Today as we celebrate the 70th Republic day, let us pledge to be more aware citizens and raise our little ones to be good citizens too. Can you think of a better way to celebrate being independent and a part of this might republic? Happy republic day to all Indians everywhere!!
Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer, had a very shiny nose, is a ditty that we all hum and every child these days knows about Rudolph. But do you know how Rudolph came to be so popular? Many stories capture the spirit of Christmas, but like all legends, their beginnings are unknown to many. They make great reading while waiting to open up presents or just hanging out with the family during the holidays. Here we look at a few favorites that have stood the test of time.
There are many such little stories about Ganesh and the festival season is the perfect time to read, tell and enjoy these stories along with all the fun and excitement of the celebrations. We wish you a happy and eco–friendly Ganesh Festival!