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8 Ways to keep your child busy, indoors, this summer

Anurima
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8 Ways to keep your child busy indoors this summer

Summer holidays are good news for children but can be stressful for a parent, especially if the child is a couch potato. Here are a few tips on how to keep children indoors, and busy. Bonus: these will also keep them away from the TV.


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Natasha Lohia

| Oct 12, 2016

much needed.. thnks

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Aarthi Sethuraman

| Sep 20, 2015

Busy parents can check out Purple Bee activity kits. These are theme based kits that contain 3-4 activities and are delivered to your door. Visit www. purplebee. in to know more.

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Chingboi Tombing

| Aug 22, 2015

Interesting ideas... i hv done some... i wud love to try the rest... thanks for sharing...

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Hanisha Talreja Talreja

| Aug 16, 2015

Nice tips

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Tanubagga

| Aug 13, 2015

Thanks for these tips. Hope it works.

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Fatema Dalal

| Aug 13, 2015

Great tips

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Arti Yadav

| Jul 08, 2015

Ok

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Sakthi

| Jul 08, 2015

good ideas

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Ripti Gupta

| Jul 08, 2015

Thnx

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Ripti Gupta

| Jul 08, 2015

Brilliant ideas

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Ruchika

| Jul 08, 2015

Nice tips arunima... Thnx

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Surbhi Sachdeva

| Jul 08, 2015

Realy helpful! Thanks Anurima????

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Mrs Rimaraj

| Jul 07, 2015

Excellent very nice tips. Thanku

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Reena Srivastav

| Jul 06, 2015

Amazing tips

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Milind Tokare

| Jul 06, 2015

Thanks a Lott Treassure hunt worked welll with my son What we have to do to increase the concentration for studies. Or say doing maths My son has very good grasping power but he casnot sit for longer time .or say 5 min a stretch He is 9 yr old

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Sakshi Ahuja

| May 27, 2015

Grt tips.. i tried 3 4 tips n vl inculcate more...

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Gitika Mathur

| May 27, 2015

I tried paper mache with my 5 year old today . She loved it . too much into water coloring so a new way for her

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RAC Hana Vivek Bangadbhatti

| May 26, 2015

Thanks a lot. same problem occurred with me but u give me better solution.

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Santosh Gudi

| May 12, 2015

Could you please give some tips for kids aged below 2 years. My son is 1. 5 years young and he wants to go out always looking to step out. As a result, there should be someone keeping a watch on him. Can you give some tips on how to keep him engaged inside the home

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Parentune Support

| May 08, 2015

Hi Karthika Pls ask your query to fellow parents at parent talk section. Here is the link- https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/latest

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karthika

| May 08, 2015

i have two kids one is 5yrs younger one is 3yrs so they r not playing together they didnt match for playing games can u tell me any suggestions

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Nandhu

| May 08, 2015

Good idea

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shiva agarwal

| May 02, 2015

Nothing new yaar except for cardboard castle.. share ideas which are new and can be executed without parents' help.

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badmapriyavani

| May 01, 2015

Nice ideas I will try ,it's very useful to me

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Nita Sahni

| Apr 28, 2015

Aarti- Board games at home and play dates at one of the friend's house with parental presence may wrk in wrkng moms case

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suneetavansh

| Apr 28, 2015

Wawoooo very brilliant idea thanks for this idea

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Aarti Khanna Vinayak

| Apr 28, 2015

nice tips.... but i have a small concern... all the above tips need the parent to be around... what about the working moms.... they r in office... and kids keep watching TV... any suggestions for working moms???

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rashmi agarwal

| Apr 28, 2015

Very nice and handy tips i hope it works also

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chitra lohia

| Apr 28, 2015

Brilliant idea...

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Naga Vikram

| Apr 22, 2015

Nice Tips... But nothing equals seeing kids go OUT and play. Without Grand parents, cousins, theme parks, play ground, street cricket, sun tan, rashes my summer holidays were never complete :)

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Ishta

| Dec 11, 2014

Really wonderful tips. Play date and rotating toys are very good ideas.

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Parentune Support

| Nov 12, 2014

Hi rinki agrawal, thank you for taking the time to read and share your thoughts.

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rinki agrawal

| Nov 12, 2014

nice tips, i have already tried most of it. it works but for vry short time.

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charu bansal

| Jul 03, 2014

Very good ideas

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nitin

| Jun 10, 2014

Hi Sapna! create variety in learning durring holidays through unconventional means like board games, spotting a place on the Atlas/globe, pictionary, crossword, word puzzles, mathamatical puzzles, Science facts, learningful stories and books for reading and ones you could also read out to your child. There are many more things you could do.... but at the heart of it lies providing variety of learning experiences, so that the child doesn't find it monotonous. ...but on the other hand, finds it to quench his/her curiosity. All the best!

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Sapna

| Jun 10, 2014

how to create interest I studies during holidays

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Aarti Chauhan

| Jun 08, 2014

Brilliant ideas given here

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Hena Khan

| Jun 04, 2014

nice ways and really helpful too. I have tried more than 3 of them, and yes, kids love them :)

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 03, 2014

Excellent tips Anurima!

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