Episode 2: Achimedes Principle Ashmi Kshirsagar (Age 7) talks about why things float or sink. This video discusses Archimedes principle in simpler terms.Continue reading “Ep. 2| ARCHIMEDES PRINCIPLE | Simple Science Experiments| Raising Twins Blog”
Episode 1 : Eclipse
Avanti Kshirsagar (age 7) talks about how eclipses occurs. This video includes the demonstration of both Solar and Lunar eclipse. It also includes how the phases of eclipse occur.
Behind every parenting blog in India, there is a real mother who brings such wonderful blogs to us. There is a success story of these mommy bloggers in India. Let us know these super talented women who has wonderfully handled their personal life and side-by-side have nurtured their blogs which have been a go-to for thousands of moms from around the globe.
Top 20 Indian parenting blogs and the successful mommy bloggers:
- Lifestyle mother blogger Snehalata Jain- Blogs Sikka
- A Lifestyle mom blogger who writes about positive parenting, Dipika Singh- Gleeful blogger
- Parenting and motherhood blogger Surbhi Mahibia- Pretty Mumma Says
- Mom blogger Kushal Singhal- Café Whiz
- Lifestyle mom blogger Priyal- Pari Lifestyle
- A mom blogger who talks about good parenting tips, Eswar Prasad- Parenting India
- An expat mom blogger Avanti Chaturvedi- Her Musings Online
- Fashion designer mommy, Sneha Paliwal Tiwari- High Street Mommy
- A mom blogger from Delhi, Neha- Growing with Nemit
- Super mommy from Singapore, Neetu- Super Mommy
- A writer-mommy blogger Vidya Sury- Vidya Sury
- Twin mommy blogger from India, Gauri Kshirsagar- Raising Twins Blog
- Professional parenting blogger Sangeetha Menon- Bumps n Baby
- A mom centric blog by Meghalee-Mom’s Cove
- A mom blogger who believes in organic living, Neha Goyal- Being Happy Mom
- Indian magazine for mother and baby by Shibani Kumar-Mother and Baby India
- Award-winning mom bloggers in India, Shweta- The Times of Amma
- Indian parenting blogger from Aby Dhabi, Bilna Sandeep- Monsoon Breeze
- Indian mom from California, Roshni- Indian American Mom
- New Indian mom blogger from Singapore, Subhasree Poddar- Mom I love
Read the full article here: https://momilove.com/top-20-millennial-mom-bloggers-in-india-who-will-inspire-you-in-2020/
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Author: Gauri Kshirsagar
Are you ever amazed by a young child’s ability to rattle off dinosaur names such as Ankylosaurus, Brachiosaurus, and Pterodactyl? Something about these prehistoric animals captivates the imagination of many kids.
Many kids go through phases of what researchers call “intense interests.” One of the most common one is dinosaurs! What’s so fascinating about these prehistoric creatures? Well, for starters, `it’s pretty mind-blowing that new species are still being discovered regularly. The awesomeness of dinosaurs as a children’s book topic is no secret. Dinosaurs are equally appealing in fiction and nonfiction titles. Plus, there are so many curriculum possibilities, including learning about classification, fossils, extinction, and more. There are TONS of dinosaur books for kids, so how do you choose? I have narrowed down this list of our favourites for you. You’ll find a mix of fiction and nonfiction books to delight and inform your young reader.
Author: Gauri Kshirsagar
Before you read this review, please go through my article, INKJET V/S LASER: Which printer is the best option for your child.
This is an amazing all in one printing-scanning-copying machine. Offers more than other models like HP. Opted for this as it has an auto feeder, which makes copying/scanning of multiple pages much easy. In the HP machine, you had to insert and scan one page at a time. In this, you just load the pages on the feeder and it does it all automatically.
There is a point in your kid’s academic progress that buying a printer for home use becomes a necessity. One of the first things to decide is whether to buy an inkjet or a laser printer. If you are shopping for the best printer for child’s use, you’ve probably wondered what the differences are between inkjet and laser printers. Although both print technologies have their place in homes and offices, there’s a good chance that one will be better at meeting your needs than the other. Continue reading “INKJET V/S LASER: Which printer is the best option for your child.”
Ladybird’s First Favourite Tales series are perfect for introducing young children (Age 2+) to classic stories and fairy tales, and the books are just right for those just learning to read. Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Ladybird’s First Favourite Tales series for reading aloud and young readers (Age 2+)”
Art has always had a big impact in my life. As a lover of all things beautiful, I want to make sure that my kids grow up willing and able to appreciate art, particularly classical art and good design. For me, one of the saddest things is seeing people whine about museum visits. Continue reading “Art Appreciation: Van Gogh and my Twins”
Author: Gauri Kshirsagar
According to Richard Louv (2008 Audubon Medal Recipient and author of Last Child in the Woods), kids today are becoming more and more removed from nature, at the expense of their own psychological and physical well-being. Children are spending more time in structured activities and on electronic devices, leaving little time for unstructured play in nature. Understanding that many of us live the reality of a hustling, busy day-to-day life, I am not suggesting that we all pick up and move to the mountains, though the idea certainly seems appealing at times, but a short ‘nature’ trip can as well do the trick.
Many of us have heard of the Valley of Flowers in the scenic Himalayas, but how many of us know there is a similar yet smaller version of it in Maharashtra, a short drive from the bustling city of Pune? If you want to take a small weekend or day nature trip with your kids around Pune, this is the place for you. The Kaas Plateau, also known as Kaas Pathar, is a plateau situated 26 kilometres west from Satara city in Maharashtra, India. It falls under the Sahyadri Sub Cluster of the Western Ghats, and it became a part of a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site in 2012.
Girls’ empowerment, to be fair, has been part of the Disney princess marketing message. Ever since The Little Mermaid came out in 1989, Disney has been customising fairy tales to make them palatable to modern sensibilities — injecting some level of spunk or work ethic into one-dimensional characters, tweaking story lines so princesses could play at least some role in their own saving. But I have felt these efforts to be faulty given how the tie-in consumer products have turned out. Segregated toy aisles — Cars vs. Dolls, Lego Star Wars vs. Lego Friends, pink vs. blue, delicate toys vs. masculine toys — and the messages they send to both boys and girls about ambition, interests, and career possibilities. Their purpose is to primp, pose, and drum up a global appetite for bling.