Home can be fun during school breaks-WORK,STUDY and PLAY together

Having a long break from the regular routine is like having a long summer holiday. No school, no office, different routines and round-the-clock care; parents are faced with their biggest challenge. It is especially hard when the activities that your child, or even your family, can do become very limited, such as in our current situation. Parents can find it as difficult to cope as their children. But kids are kids and for them, fun can never stop. So, here’s a  list of activities that promise a great deal of entertainment for your kids without stepping out of the cozy indoors…

During their growing up stage, kids need their parents more than ever. Spending quality time with your children and giving them positive attention doesn't have to be complicated or expensive.

1. Spend some time reading or watching movies together.

All this while you might have been craving to simply sit back and enjoy a good book or a movie. What good time than now to indulge in quality time with your loved ones. Relax and enjoy on our canopy bed from 4 You collection by Vox that comes with bookshelf and movie screen. 

double bed with canopy

2.Teach them budgeting and money management skills.

Go ahead and plan the monthly budget with your child and let her/him handle and manage a few of the expenses. Teach them to save money to buy or invest in something for emergencies. Teach them to give money to charity without going overboard. Ask them to maintain financial records.

3. Let them learn basic cooking skills.

Go messy in the kitchen. Help your child prepare a few simple, healthy, economical dishes and understand how the high cost of dining out can destroy a budget and a waistline. Let them buy the ingredients and they should also be able to read food labels for nutrition and ingredient information.Take their help in setting up the beautiful Foldable dining table with drawers under our Vox  collections.

4. Your teenagers should know auto maintenance skills.

It’s important for your teenage child to know how often the car should be serviced and how to change a tire in an emergency.

5. Cleanliness and Hygiene is important

Involve children in daily cleaning chores like dusting and vacuuming ,clearing garbage regularly, eliminating clutter from time to time and keeping organized etc

6. Organization skills are must

Teach children the simple rule-  'a place for everything and everything in its place.' Help them implement this rule using our organizers, and they will not have to ‘search’ for something the next time.Our Young Vox collection for kids has a dynamic range of furniture that will teach organization skills effortlessly to your children.

7. Children should know how to do the Laundry 

You can begin teaching your little ones now. If you have a top-loading washer, keep a  Tool by Tuli Baby Collection nearby. Walk her/him through the process—how to measure and add the detergent, choose the settings, and start the machine.

8. Wrapping a Gift is fun

Children love giving presents, and wrapping them makes it even more satisfying. Preschoolers can help cut the paper and stick on the tape, while kindergartners can complete additional steps with your help, like removing the price tag, finding the right size box, and wrapping paper all the way around the gift to make sure it fits before cutting it. Their Innovative transformer study desk transforms into a work station.

 

9. Treating a wound is first aid knowledge

Teach your child from a young age not to freak out when they see blood (and don’t overreact yourself).  teach them how to apply pressure until the bleeding stops, rinse the cut with water, dab on some antibiotic ointment, then apply a bandage.

10. Caring for plants and pets develops love for life and nature

Give your child the responsibility to take care of one plant or a pet. If there are siblings each one can have their own plant or a pet to look after for a given time period. The best looked after plant or pet can be rewarded. The cabinet for pets by Young User Eco collection is a tribute to the cuddly pets !

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 BONUS TIPS FOR BABIES !

Babies and Infants

When you care for your young child, you're teaching her to care for others. When she's hungry, you feed her. When she/he's scared, you cuddle. You're showing how you respond when you see a need. At its core, this is what philanthropy is about.

For the playtime...

1.Tummy Time

Tummy time is one of the earliest ways your baby will learn to play. Tummy time helps develop your baby's neck and upper-body muscles for better head control and also helps prevent the back of her head from becoming flat. The American Academy of Pediatrics( AAP) says you can begin tummy time the first day your baby is home from the hospital. Place her/him on her tummy for three to five minutes at a time, up to three times a day or as often as she seems to enjoy it. Increase tummy time as your baby gets older and stronger, and place toys in front of her/him to encourage reaching, creeping, and eventually crawling.

2.Fun with Faces

Babies love to explore the world through touch. Allow your little one to feel the different parts of your face and her/his stuffed animals' faces with her hands. Say the names of the parts of the face as she/he touches them, and direct your baby's hand to touch his own nose, mouth, ears, and more. Guide your baby's hands to your face while you speak and make facial expressions so that she/ he can get to know how we use our faces to communicate.

3.Babies and Boxes

Boxes are so much fun! There's no need to buy fancy blocks to build your infant's motor skills. Wrap up some smaller boxes (such as cereal boxes or shoe boxes) with recycled newspaper or wrapping paper and allow your baby to handle them and learn to rip them open. She/he will love the sound of the paper ripping as she/he pulls on it. Baby will also enjoy stacking boxes, knocking them over, and rebuilding the stack with your help.

4.Silly Stuff

What could be better than making your baby laugh? It's not just good for your soul — it helps her/him develop sense of a humor, which is an important part of human communication. Pay attention to whatever your baby finds funny, and repeat it. Use props like funny hats, big sunglasses, and mirrors to make your baby giggle.

5.Testing Out Textures

As your baby begins to scoot and crawl, try laying rugs, blankets, or items with different textures on the floor for her/ him to explore sense of touch as she/he travels across them. Nubby carpet remnants, sticky contact paper, and noisy bubble wrap are just a few ideas. Also, carry your baby around and help her/him feel the textures of different surfaces, such as a cool brick wall or a round staircase banister.
                          

6.Floating Catch

Get it! Gentle games of catch give babies a thrill — and help develop their hand/eye coordination. Gather some lightweight, colorful scarves and toss them in the air so that they float down in front of your baby and she/he can attempt to grab them. If you don't have scarves, you can use non-toxic bubbles in your game of catch.

7.That Makes Three

Hmm... which toy is the best? Give your baby two toys so that she/he's holding one in each hand. Offer a third toy so that she/he can practice decision-making skills: Should I exchange one of my toys for this other one? Can I try to hold all three?! It's a physical and mental exercise for your little guy.

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