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    tempted to gradually to let go But she still needs your attention and this could be one way she feels she has access to that sort of attention To get someone else into trouble Children are an observant lot Over time she may have noticed that when she complains to you about another child you usually scold the offender This way she learns how to get others into trouble and get herself in your good books To get something they want but can t have Children get used to having their parents fulfill their needs So when another child looms as an obstacle before something they want she turns to her family for help To solve their problems when unable to do so themselves When things get too complicated or out of control children seek their parents aid to help them out A matter of attitudes Perhaps we need to look into our own attitudes and behaviour to see whether we have encouraged our child to imbibe behaviour which is perceived as tattling or leads to it What to do when our children come to us Assess the situation for yourself Before you make any impulsive decision or devise any strategies it is important to first take stock of the situation to find out the who what where and how for yourself More often than not your child is merely asking for your help in a situation she does not know how to handle herself Your toddler needs to learn not to tattle but she also needs to feel secure in the knowledge that she can ask for help when necessary As an adult you know that Ma Divya is eating my chocolate is a very different situation from Ma Divya is eating off the floor But your child needs time and more mature judgment skills to learn the difference If she continuously asks you to intervene in a minor matter Say her friend is using crayons in her art box that s one thing But if the situation is too much for her If an old stronger child is hitting her or teasing her She needs to know that she can come to you Search for solutions together As your child grows older she will need your guidance in order to know what to do in order to tackle the situation herself instead of merely tattling To help her out you could perhaps ask her questions to help explore why she is telling on another person Queries like what is bothering her what makes her angry what are the ways a problem can be solved can help answer a lot of troubling questions Reassuring her you are interested in solving the problem will sooth her and also teach her to try and work her way out of her own problems Let her fight her own battles Once you have heard the complaint assessed the danger and helped your child to come up with potential solutions send her back into

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    to become increasingly independent in their learning It s important to teach our Queen s how to find information instead of giving them the answers For a younger child it would help to go over a math concept like division and multiplication if these sort of sums have been given in the homework and then let her attempt the sums Help the older children find resources and pick out the information they need Sometimes our child may be genuinely confused and a little direction from us can mean a lot Schools generally take the view that children are likely to get more out of an activity if parents get involved as long as they don t take over too much Parents should clarify concepts or discuss assignments but they should not be tempted to correct homework and make their child copy the corrected version Our child s teachers need to know how much our child understands and can do independently The bottomline HELP if it is clearly beneficial to do so like reading that Science chapter or helping out with Fraction rules But obviously not if that is something our child can clearly handle on her own HOMEWORK HELP Provide

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  • Schools in Gurgaon, International School in Delhi, Nursery Admissions School
    Our Teeth Some ideas to prevent teeth brushing from being such a battle with your little one Brush together Brush as a family Do exaggerated brushing make funny faces sing songs have fun Time it It s next to impossible getting young children to brush their teeth for two whole minutes But you have to try Turn brushing into a timing game Encourage independence Even if your child makes a mess and squeezes too much toothpaste out of the tube let her do it all herself if that s what she wants Tell stories Use books and videos you may have in which the characters brush their teeth The right toothbrush You could try motivating your child by going to a toothbrush expedition to the market and letting her pick whatever catches her fancy Relax rules sometimes Routines are important and in the long run making brushing a part of a daily morning and night routine goes a long way in ensuring that brushing remains a constant in your child s life Relax your routine and if she wants to brush at odd times so be it She will get back to the routine when she s is ready Railway

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    green vegetables whole meal bread fresh vegetables soya beans currants dates figs olives berries potatoes lettuce avocado apricots carrots asparagus spinach apples raisins bananas peaches and pears De stressing food Cherries black currants guava broccoli parsley tomato puree green peppers grapes millet oats wheat germ buckwheat melons papaya lettuce banana mushroom cauliflower ginger garlic and mustard greens These all help to produce anti stress hormones if you are having trouble sleeping you could try having chamomile or lemon tea Foods to quell nerves Garlic ginger celery and cauliflower rice brand wheat germ soya bean You could use oil of soya bean corn sunflower or safflower on a salad to help you feel less jittery Drinking chamomile or ginger tea is also very calming DE STRESSING TIPS Water naturally detoxifies and flushes out stress If a glass of water is given to an angry person he will calm down to some extent Have 2 liters of water spread out over the whole day For instance have a glass of water when you wake up then have another an hour after breakfast Another glass an hour after lunch one in the evening and then one an hour after dinner Finish of with

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  • Welcome to Queen's Valley School
    a wealthy man sent his son on a trip to the country with the purpose of showing him how poor people can be The boy spent a day and a night in the farm of a very poor family When he got home his father asked him what he had learnt from the trip to the country The son answered I saw that we have a dog and they have four We have a pool that reaches to the middle of the garden they have a creek that s endless We have lamps in the garden they have the stars Our patio reaches to the front yard they have a field in front of their house that looks like it goes all the way to the edge of the earth When the little boy finished his father was speechless His son added Thanks Dad for showing me how poor we are Isn t it true it all depends on how you look at things If you have love faith friends family health good humour and a positive attitude towards life you have got everything Even if you have all the material goods you want financial security and provision for the

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    its treatment that there is no reason for teens to suffer physically or emotionally The good news is that acne is usually a temporary problem and unlikely to continue after the teen years How you can help The best start toward a clear complexion is a clean face Teach your children about washing their faces regularly with a mild soap or non soap face wash but be aware that acne is not due to dirt and oil on the skin surface It is the oil production below the skin s surface that causes pimples and acne However establishing a good skin care regimen will help to a great extent Do not prick pimples with nails as they will leave scars Wrap an ice cube in a thin muslin cloth and place it on pimples for 2 to 3 minutes It will help subside the pimples If a pimple bursts wash face with soap Squeeze few drops of lemon onto a cotton ball and keep it on a burst pimple Scars will not form Home remedies Orange peel Orange peel has been found to be very effective in local treatment of acne Coriander juice A teaspoon of coriander juice mixed with a pinch of turmeric powder is a helpful remedy for pimples and black heads Cucumber Grated cucumber applied over the face eyes and neck for 15 20 minutes has been found effective Exercise Regular exercise while walking jogging cycling and dancing allows oxygen to enter your body cells including those in your skin Oxygen activates circulation and makes waste elimination faster making your skin glow Drink water Drink lots of water as it flushes the whole system of toxins and waste from the body Nutrition for the skin Pre teen children should consume lots of fruits and vegetables and foods

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    in fact you need to teach them to never hit because hitting doesn t solve problems Stepping in When Mom is Disciplining Often fathers feel that their partner is too soft on the kids or is ineffective and they intervene in situations where the mother is disciplining the children If you think your partner isn t doing a good job of disciplining let it go for the time being and then talk to her about it later when you are alone Maybe together you can come up with a better approach to use the next time something similar occurs Being Inconsistent If one time your child eats on the sofa you sit and steal a bite and another time you scold her when she drops crumbs on the sofa then it s not effective discipline Your child will just end up being confused and will not have any clear idea of what is expected Try to have a consistent disciplinary approach Lecturing Children need to know how they are expected to behave and why but they need it in a short form rather than a whole speech on the topic Using fear Every time you discipline your child in a severe way and it works you may be congratulating yourself on having an effective disciplining strategy But do think about whether your child is toeing the line out of fear or because she truly wants to do the right thing She needs to be able to take the right step because it makes her feel good rather than out of a sense of fear over your reaction if she does the wrong thing Punishing the child You would be surprised to know how much more effective positive attention and affection are as disciplining tools than any form of punishment Try

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    turning to extra tuition for their kids There are plenty of reasons for this trend Some mums and dads are hiring academic help because their child s grades are slipping in certain subjects Other parents are taking on tutors even if their child marks are already high because they are trying to give their offspring an even bigger competitive edge A few are finding tutors because they worry that the resources of schools and teachers are becoming inadequate so they must personally supplement their child s education All this means that nowadays many kids get home most afternoons only to spend more time pouring over their books before finally toppling into bed Obviously there s nothing wrong with wanting to try and guarantee the best future for your child This calls for checking the different view points The race is on Too young to cram Building up to burnout Finding a balance It s the teachers job What s right for your child In the end the debate centres around how to balance your child s academic needs with life s many other offerings Here are a few things to think about when deciding what s right for your child Will tutoring be a positive experience for your child What is most positive is not always academic gain Will the child be content and happy Will the studies not just highlight the child s weaknesses but strengths What non tutorial experiences will be sacrificed Are the child s grades declining noticeably Keep communicating with teachers Talk with your child about their goals ideas Try settling on mutually agreeable reasonable expectations and follow them up as time goes on Ultimately it s up to you as a parent to decide when your child needs a tutor But here are some common

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