Meghna Singhal

Dr. Meghna Singhal: On bringing the Triple P- Positive Parenting Program® to India

Triple P is a preventatively oriented program that aims to promote positive, caring relationships between parents and their children, and to help parents develop effective management strategies for dealing with common developmental issues as well as childhood emotional and behavioural problems.

Digital Detox| Kidskintha

Digital Detox: This program breaks the vicious grip of ‘the screen’ on our kids’ lives

A digital detox is perhaps the need of the hour after studies show that our children spend over half their ‘awake time’ on screens, a phenomenon so unique to our generation that researchers and doctors are having to come up with a new set of rules for parents to monitor their kids’ screen time.

This cool ‘World-Conquering Teen Challenge’ helps young teens build a stellar life-building skillset

The World Conquering teen challenge is based on the book “Ready: 99 Must-Have Skills For The World-Conquering Teen” that lists 99 skills that today’s children must develop for the world they are growing up into. The very Indian context of the book and the granular plan for the development of each skill set makes it very appealing developing these skills through this unique challenge.

Sustainable lifestyle ideas

12 Sustainable Lifestyle Ideas That Will Be The Norm In Our Kids’ World

Millennials continue to the be most willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings, with generation Z not far behind. Here are 12 sustainable lifestyle ideas that might well become the staple in our children’s lives- much like smartphones and social media have become in ours.

Why we celebrate Ugadi

Wisdom in our festivals: Why do we celebrate Ugadi?

Why do we celebrate Ugadi: A festival of summer, Ugadi is one of the most looked-forward-to festivals in India. Also known as ‘Yugadi,” which literally means, ” Start of a new ‘Yug(Era in Sanskrit),” this festival marks the beginning of a New Year in the Southern states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. 

Do Fewer Toys For Children Mean Lesser Play?

There is credit in intentionally limiting toys for children. Fewer toys for children act as stimulants to develop creativity and empathy. Amidst the constant bombardment of more advanced, more colorful, more stimulating, more educational, more this and more that, this article presents why less is really more!