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How to keep your child’s curiosity alive

Shreiya Aggarwal Gupta
1 to 3 years

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How to keep your childs curiosity alive

Curiosity is the best teacher—a baby learns about most things in his environment on his own. But as they grow older, sometimes in the race to catch up to the ABCs, we as parents miss out on cultivating this natural talent of the child, and therefore deprive him of some great lessons. Here’s a blog which discusses why maintaining the child’s natural curiosity is important and suggests some tips on the same.


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Manoj Dhobale

| Jun 11, 2017

nice one and really helpful

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Shilpa Amol Khandagale

| Jun 10, 2017

This is quite interesting to involve ur child in doing certain activities with u....

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Geetanjali Singh

| Jun 06, 2017

great information thanks a lot dear....

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hema gupta

| Jun 01, 2017

Cool, informative blog really I m going to follow all this .

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puloma pandey

| Jun 01, 2017

very informative.. i engage my baby with me when i work like if i am cooking i ask her to brings vegetables from fridge she follows and at the same time she asks so many questions regarding things that are there in fridge. this helps me to enhance her vocab as well as inculcate manners and how to obey .

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Shobha Hiremath

| Sep 04, 2016

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Natasha Lohia

| Sep 01, 2016

my baby constantly chases phone.. the moment she wakes up she searches for it

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Hepsi

| Jul 29, 2016

wow good to know this way I make my son water our plants assisting him to pour with mug. Ask him to find the neighbours hen by making ko ko ko sounds which visit us often. I really enjoy the way he goes excited to trace the hen

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devi vijay

| Jun 18, 2016

so nicely explained.. it is very useful to my child to expos herself

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Payal Parekh

| Apr 04, 2016

Thanks that would really helpful to us as we know but don't implement... sometime

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Shreiya Aggarwal Gupta

| Mar 28, 2016

Hi Mohit! Just went through your article and I must say it gave me quite a foresight. My son, K, is just 3 so I am still spared with those difficult questions. But yes, I do get asked where do babies come from and all. What I learned from my experiences, Kids are sated with most honest simple answers. We do not need to get into nitty-gritty of the matter.

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Shreiya Aggarwal Gupta

| Mar 28, 2016

Thanks Nadini! Glad you found the article informative. But foremost, my apologies for 'oh so late!' revert. Like you said, there is so much to learn from everything around us. I take inspirations from these everyday topics for my Children's Kits (www. facebook. com/curiouscaterpillarss/) and its simply wonderful. Its astounding how much these curious minds can learn from everyday marvels.

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Mohit Sawhney

| Mar 27, 2016

I wrote a similar blogpost recently. Please read and share your own experiences. http://www.mohitsawhney.com/?p=1662

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Nandini dm

| Mar 21, 2016

Awesome informative post!! As a parents we force them into academics more... there s so much to learn from nature not nly from that from every possible thing happens around us. Thank you

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