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Do's and Dont's of Educational Blogging

Educational blogging is the pursuit of responsible writing premised on topics that may be useful (mostly in the cognitive domain) for conten...

Home Tuition: Harnessing the Potential of Intellectual Social Capital

I may not engage in discussion on American homeschooling here. However, I had a pragmatic experience of homeschooling when I taught one of m...

Jigsaw Puzzle with Kids: Opportunity for Intellectual and Social Skills Development

Before writing this article, a question really hit me: How many parents of school age kids will really read my article? While it may depend ...

Best Blogger Templates in 2024 (Blogspot Themes)

Currently, we are using Materia X2 Blogger template (theme) for this website. In fact, developers from around the world have been working t...

Word Search Grid: Spending Quality (and Quantity) Time with Kids

Earlier this week, one of my kids found a word search grid on the back pages of a notebook. We then decided to play a game together. In fa...

Collecting Common Vetch Pods (Kutuli Kosa): Outdoor Nature Activity with Kids

Let me put a disclaimer here: Common vetch has many local variants of nomenclature in Nepal. I call it 'Kutuli Kosa' as I have heard...

Lamb's Quarters (Bethe ko Sag): Learning by Eating

I have been collecting Lamb's Quarters (in Nepali: Bethe ko Sag) to cook as a one-off curry for my family dinner. Though it tastes quite...

Nature Activities for Kids

Nature activities help kids to connect with nature. They will embrace all the tangibles and intangibles that nature can offer to them. While...

Informal Learning with Museum

The idea of informal learning with a museum came to my mind when our school group visited Changu Narayan temple premises (a UNESCO World Her...

Social Media Posts and Data Security of Children

I was compelled to write this blog when I saw a private school of Nepal posted several pictures of pupils' educational tour in Facebook...