Families for Life collaborates with McDonald's to support parents in promoting their children's mental well-being and making Triple P more accessible in the communities.
Family values are basic, fundamental beliefs for kids to learn at any age as they encourage positive behaviour and solidify the bond that your family has. Inculcate a love for family with the four core family values of Love, Care & Concern, Commitment and Respect, with easy and fun activities for your children to model these values both in the classroom and at home.
Welcome to Bunny Town Adventure where all our paths lead to fun family-centred learning! Bunny Town Adventure offers a fun way to learn about family values through exciting games with an engaging storyline.
Want to build a strong relationship and communicate better with your child? Sign up for Parenting Programmes with proven techniques and be equipped with resources, knowledge and skills to build a strong and happy family!
A good marriage needs a good foundation and it takes commitment, effort and skills. Marriage Programmes help couples to build fulfilling and life-long marriages.
Spend some quality time with dad this Father’s Day. Treat him to a private home dining meal, go for a leatherworking workshop, or explore far-flung corners of Singapore—activities all thoughtfully planned with him in mind.
Father’s Day is the perfect time for you to show the main man in your life just how much he means to you. Whether your dad is a homebody or an outdoors-kind-of-guy, there’s bound to be a special present to warm the cockles of his heart.
Families may be the building blocks of society, but it takes a caring and considerate society to build strong families. We explore how employers and businesses can be supportive, and parents’ impact on children. These video stories show that when everyone pitches in, many hands make light work!
Families for Life @ Community invites you to join us for fun bonding activities, curated marriage and parenting programmes and resources in the neighbourhood.
Most of us will probably agree to how great communication skills in a marriage don't just happen overnight- they take lots of work. Check out our nifty mini Marriage PREP tips!
Making time for your family should be a part of your daily life and a constant commitment. Here are 30 ways to help you find the best way to connect with your family.??
Families for Life is excited to present Families for Life Family Songs! Set to popular tunes of nursery rhymes, the songs aims to teach children the importance of family and the values to inculcate in their lives.
The best way to deal with getting lost is to teach your kids what to do and create a safety plan together.
Showing appreciation to your partner nourishes your marriage! Strengthen your relationship with these 9 ways to make your man or lady feel loved and special!
?Registering and solemnising your marriage in Singapore is simple if you follow these 5 important steps.
Our contributor, Daniel Wong, shares tips for parents to communicate better with your tweens and teens to help build your parent-child relationship.
?Happy Father’s Day! We ask Singaporeans the role their Fathers play in shaping their lives positively. ?
Understand how online dating works and the positives and negatives of looking for a partner in the virtual world.
Hari Raya Puasa is a time for celebration for muslims. Enjoy precious family time in the midst of these celebrations
Celebrate fathers day with a game everyone in the family can play - Mini-Golf!?
?There’s a lot to learn from our grandparents. Every moment spent with them is precious!
With so much parenting advice out there, our FFL Contributor, Daniel Wong, shares his complied list of 25 scientific ways to bring up confident, well-adjusted children.
Reach out and relate to your teenager; it's the best way to improve your relationship your teen.
?Another year draws to a close. While we take time to reflect on the milestones and achievements for the year, it’s also a great opportunity to let your hair down and have fun as a family! Here are some fun ways to ring in 2023.
?We become far less creative and open-minded when we’re under extreme stress or in a heightened state of arousal. When we perceive something as a threat to us – to our independence, our time, our values, or our relationship – we often behave reactively.
?We are happiest when our expectations align closely with our reality. When your experiences fall short of your expectations, you’re likely to feel disappointed or frustrated. Many couples struggle with the unspoken expectations they bring into the relationship
Commitment is one of the most important aspects of a healthy relationship. There are two major types of commitment: constraint and dedication.?
?Your personality is a pattern of thoughts, preferences, activities, and feelings that are uniquely yours. To make a relationship work long-term, you will need to be aware of your own personality tendencies and motivations, and understand your partner’s personality style, too!
?Making sacrifices for your spouse can really solidify your commitment to each other, and in healthy relationships, sacrifices should go both ways.
?Sharing a life together, you will have a mix of highs and lows, and working through the lows together often hinges on safety. In addition to being free from physical harm, and feeling emotionally safe to share openly with your spouse, the PREP programme talks about commitment safety, too
?With so many indoor distractions like electronic games and gadgets, is it a lost cause getting kids out and about? Here are some ways to get your junior started on an active lifestyle – and lovin’ it.
?Revel in the year-end festivities, experience winter in Singapore, support young entrepreneurs in action and more this December
?Learning does not have to be a solo activity or just for professional development. It can be a great way for family members to connect and understand one another. Here are some great activities you can pick up together with your loved ones.
?Teach children about money, financial literacy, importance of saving, money habitsScheduling one-to-one “dates” with your kids is a great way to build lasting bonds so that they feel secure, which helps them form healthy relationships of their own in the future. Here’re seven great outing ideas that you can include into your family routine!
?It’s never too early to start teaching your child about dollars and cents—in fact, they can grasp counting from as young as two years old. Set the foundation right so your little one will grow up financially responsible.
?Being short on time doesn’t mean you can’t be big on romance. Here’s how you can add fizz to your relationship even while you juggle a busy career and parenting obligations.
?Studies have shown that time spent in nature reduces stress and anxiety and promotes mental well-being. Take your family to these great nature spots in Singapore to get away from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
?Did you know there is a museum of toys or one dedicated to musical boxes right here in Singapore? If you’re a culture vulture looking for the unusual, don’t miss checking out these hidden gems together with your family!
?Eat with your Family Day (EWYFD) is a quarterly event that falls on the last Friday of the school term. Championed by the Centre for Fathering, the last EWYFD for this year falls on 18 November. Here’s how you can make an occasion out of it.
?Candy Huang and her husband Bill Jia came to Singapore fifteen years ago, settled down and started a family. Now parents of three lovely young kids, both have set down roots in a place they call home, as symbolised by their very own "Family Tree" that they planted here.