If you’re new here, you may want to checkout our Latest Giveaways! Thank you for visiting!The 71st Independence day of India is right around the corner. This month’s Toka Box is all about India Our Toka Juniors explore the colorful streets and street transportation in India, and our Toka Explorers learn all about the Dandi March. So…

Parenting is love. Parenting is laughter and tears. Sometimes, it’s laundry, and nagging. And at other times it’s a picky eater or picking up toys. But most often, in almost everything, it comes down to be about making choices.  Tough, nerve-wracking choices that demand time and research. When did parenting get to be mostly this…

Team IMC thanks, Bingo’s Mom for this amazing review. We (the husband and I) began living with fewer plastics and more eco-friendly items. As a part of that decision, I started using cloth diapers for Baby A when she was three months old. When I explored the internet for cloth diapers, I came across the…

When Mahi Gupta had her daughter, she received help from her mom and mom-in-law. Mahi had a job in an MNC and resumed work after maternity leave. It was a mad phase of planning, managing, multi-tasking, that left her stressed and worn out. She was tired of juggling career, maids and day-care, her husband’s long…

Most kids love potatoes, don’t they! From French fries to tater-torts to hash browns, potatoes are a favorite snack! However, as a mom the unhealthiness of the deep-fried and store bought form is a concern. Well, why not try braising them instead, at home, a better alternative for sure and it does taste super yummy! And what’s more its an…

Can kids make bread all by themselves? Oh yes! with the Ice Cream Bread. The month of May at Toka Box is all about Mother’s day and so is the recipe! Try this two ingredient bread recipe and wow your mom! A No Yeast, No knead Ice Cream bread – all you need is two main ingredients:…

This week a widely shared study has found that as early as 6 yrs old, girls already believe that they are less smart than boys! As a mother to a 6 yr old daughter, this is obviously awful news! It is heartbreaking to me to think that my daughter might potentially be feeling this way!…

Looking for a cool new way to challenge your little one this summer and help him or her get a head start on understanding Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) concepts in a whole new way? We have the perfect avenue for you with the World Robotics Olympiad (WRO). What is World Robotics Olympiad (WRO)? The India…

Today’s kids are busier than a CEO of a multinational company! They attend school, come home, rush to some academic or activity classes and come back late. Their lives revolve around agendas, packed schedules and time-tables. Childhood is a time to play, dance and also get bored sometimes. Kids should go to school for few…

We are turning out to be a road-tripping family. My husband loves to drive, so every chance we get, we get on the road to go to new and familiar places. This usually involves the iPad as the entertainment for our 6 yr old daughter. Now anyone who lives with children knows that cartoon sounds…

Is you child interested in bugs and insects? Here are some simple bonus activities from Toka Box  that you can try with materials at home to find out more about the insects – how many legs does an insect have? What is the difference between a dragonfly and a damselfly? Did you know boy ladybugs…

Are you all ready for a new adventurous ride with the Dev and Ollie pair? But before that, let’s recollect the first two adventures. The first time the duo flew to Gujarat to learn about the kite festival and next time they intended to travel to Delhi but they crash land in Agra, but still, they…

New school year is here. It is time for new school bags, notebooks and pencil cases. The excitement of the beginning of a new school year has not changed over the years. Friends to meet, secrets to share, games to play and fights to fight. New school year is a great time for parents to…

Correct but Don’t Criticise As a parent, we always want our children to grow up with good values and become a responsible adults. But often in our attempt to guide them, we go overboard. We try to correct our children for every little mistake they make. At times, we start criticising our children without even thinking…