#LetsTalkEducation – 5 Insta Mommies Redefine Learning In Times Of Covid – Railway Children India

#LetsTalkEducation – 5 Insta Mommies Redefine Learning In Times Of Covid

If you are a mother, you are a multi-tasker.

The ongoing pandemic has brought with it more challenges and struggles as schools remained shut, move online and learning for children changed dramatically.

But here are some moms who are adamant to ensure their children continue to learn and thrive, grow and flourish, despite the daily struggles. What’s better is that they share their everyday experiences for the sake of other moms, as they redefine learning for their children in times of covid, creatively finding solutions during a prolonged lockdown.


Having battled covid herself, this mom of 2 has tricks up her sleeve that many others don’t. She candidly shares through her Instagram platform Diaper Drama, her real life experiences and dilemmas about raising her children. From answering difficult questions about the virus, helping her son and daughter cope with staying indoors endlessly, sharing recommendations of books, games, and learning materials that are educative and engaging, she uses her platform to allow other mothers to share their ideas too!


A published author by Penguin India – “All You Need to Know About Parenting”, this enthusiastic mother and blogger answers common questions around parenting. Her live streams address topics such as ‘children and the psychology of behaviour’, breastfeeding, and nutrition for children, while also highlighting the effects of the pandemic on children, sharing mechanisms on how to deal with the same. Like others, her stories feature her children who are testament to her living by the thoughts and ideas she shares.


Pooja Khanna’s Instagram handle is both refreshing and inspiring. With her long-form stories about her everyday experiences with Norah, one can tell that she is not only sharing her knowledge on special needs children but also working towards creating an inclusive environment and thriving as an active advocate. This interior designer by profession seeks immense joy in parenting her daughter, that comes through in almost every post. From learning how to speak in sentences, tactile reception and perception, sight reading, working on medek exercises, she is busting myths, stereotypes and labels that children often carry from their childhood into adulthood.


This celebrity mommy blogger uses her Instagram platform to discuss children, parenting and family issues with a view to bring about a positive change. From relevant topics like homeschooling, impact of gadgets and screen time, keeping children from sexual abuse during lockdown, Tara reinvents parenting in current times, and discusses at length challenges that come with new age parenting through her show – The Tara Sharma Show.


Mansi Zaveri is the winner of the best parenting blog award and a true believer in explore-to-learn. Based out of Mumbai, this mom of two took no time in combining her passion for the digital medium and her parenting journey to become a mom-entrepreneur leaving behind her corporate life to start Kids Stop Press. With a knack to start top of mind conversations, her platform reaches millennial mothers who have burning questions about parenting. She brings up current challenges like the pandemic, through videos, comics and her own experiences too.







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