Who says money doesn’t grow on trees… 🙂 A guest post by Peter of Appalagraharam Andhra Pradesh After school and … More
Dancer, writer, yogi and Mama, Mirabelle shares her observations on learning, growing and most of all on integrating.
Everyday is a day for some new discovery or invention- some noticed by me or other visitors to the park (who either have a smile, or sometimes a frown).
Sridhar, Nanna of Shishir in Irvine shares delightful moments from life with his 2 year-old buddy – who no longer fits into the palm … More
Children, at home or outside, will sometimes play school just as they sometimes play doctor or play shop. This does not mean that they need a doctor or school to tell them how to play, any more than they need a shop to provide things to play with. These are fictional worlds within they create roles and spaces, invent problems and try out solutions.
Aashish Sangoi, Papa of little Ananya in the San Francisco Bay area, shares some moments from his first few weeks … More
My son is 18 months old and it feels like he is growing up very fast. I often have thought … More
Books, movies, puzzles … from Murthy, Nanna to 9-year-old Sahith in Seattle Here are some things that Sahith and I … More
Serendipity! A gift from Steve McCurry for our series on Play!
Bicycle for Two from Somnath, Baba to 5-year old Adrita in Arlington, Massachusetts Developed with direct inputs from Adrita: I … More