“Knowledge is of no value unless we put in to practice” – February 1, 2012

Dear Parents,


As said” Knowledge is of no value unless we put in to practice” and there are lot more to explore for the kids. to make it interesting and to enhance their vocabulary and inquiry skills we are planning to take our kids for educational field trips once in a month to public places like supermarket, post office, hospital, library (for Year1, Year2 and year3). Through these are the places which they visit regularly with parents, we explain them in technical terms and give…

The right age to introduce cow’s milk

Why do experts recommend waiting to introduce cow’s milk until a baby is 12 months old?

Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board

There are several reasons to delay the introduction of cow’s milk until your baby reaches his first birthday. Most important, a baby’s digestive system can’t digest cow’s milk proteins. Cow’s milk also has too much sodium, potassium, and chloride, which can tax your baby’s kidneys.

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How can I get my kids to listen to me

Picture this ….  My children are 5, 3, and 18 months old. They do not listen to me and do not follow my instructions, until it gets to fever pitch shouting point. They do listen to my husband and appear perfectly behaved for others. Things feel like they are getting out of control – how can I make my children listen to me so that I am less stressed, and our family is happier?

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Vitamins And Minerals For Toddlers

The period in a child’s development between one and three years of age can often be a difficult one – particularly when it comes to eating. Food and nutrients are the building blocks which help to form strong teeth and bones, muscles and healthy tissues. A good diet can also help to protect against illness.


Important nutrients for toddlers


Vitamins for health


Particularly important vitamins are A, C and D.


Vitamin A is needed for:

healthy skin,
boosting immunity, and
cell development.

Vitamin A can often be lacking in the diets of…

“Feeding Vegan Kids” by Reed Mangels, Ph.D., R.D.

This chapter appears in the fourth edition of Simply Vegan by Debra Wasserman. Nutrition section by Reed Mangels Ph.D., R.D.

simply vegan by Reed Mangels, Ph.D., R.D.

Many members of The Vegetarian Resource Group are glowing testimony to the fact that vegan children can be healthy, grow normally, be extremely active, and (we think) smarter than average. Of course it takes time and thought to feed vegan children….

Food Guide Pyramid becomes A Plate

Plate = New Symbol for Healthy Eating

Goodbye, pyramid. Hello, plate.

The Food Guide Pyramid was the model for healthy eating in the United States. Maybe you had to memorize its rainbow stripes in school.

But the USDA, the agency in charge of nutrition, has switched to a new symbol: a colorful plate —called MyPlate — with some of the same messages:

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Welcome to the new academic year starting from 18th of August

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the new academic year started 18th of August !

During these vacations we have had many new additions to school infrastructure. Some that I would like to highlight are – the new ICT Lab at both campuses and new classrooms at our Nanglinchi campus to accommodate the rising number of children. Not to mention the new website designed to update our parents and involve them personally with our children’s activities in the school. We look forward to your feedback on our website…

A few tips on how to deal with Fussy Eaters

Fussy Eaters

Adults often have unrealistic ideas on how much and the types of food their child should be eating. A child’s appetite changes as they develop. Babies grow very rapidly and therefore often eat well. It is surprising to parents that toddlers seem to eat very little food. This is because they grow at a much slower rate than babies and therefore need fewer kilojoules (a source of energy found in food).

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Tooth care for toddlers

Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board

What’s the best way to brush my child’s teeth?

While your child’s early teeth are still coming in, you can clean them with a wet washcloth or a piece of gauze. By the time his back molars have come in (around 18 months), you can switch to a soft nylon-bristle child’s toothbrush. Using plain water, gently brush the teeth on both the outside and inside surfaces twice a day. Brush his tongue as well (if he’ll let you)…

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Message From The Director

Dear Parents,


Welcome to Tiny Tots!

An ideal abode for children, right in the center of the city.


With a truly international and Cosmopolitan atmosphere, we strive to give our children unlimited scope for creative growth. Exposure to various cultural and stage activities ensure an overall development and major boost in self confidence among our children.


Our experienced staff, with their hard work, dedicated approach and latest teaching techniques ensure that a child’s interest matures in academics as well as arts and craft activities right from the early…

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