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Many of us had spent more time at home with our family over the past year due to the pandemic. These valuable times together brought families closer both physically and emotionally. Baking, playing, working or exercising, these were precious opportunities to form tighter bonds. As we move into a new normal, let us continue to say #IChooseFamilyTime.
Enjoy these heartwarming comic strips about the precious moments of Family Time on our Facebook and share them with your loved ones!
The past year wasn’t easy, neither was Singapore’s first #CircuitBreaker. But like every storm, there’s a silver lining behind it all. These valuable times together brought families closer both physically and emotionally. Baking, playing, working or exercising, these were precious opportunities to form tighter bonds.
With love, patience and resilience, we can emerge stronger and closer through any adversity. Reignite your excitement with these 4 activities that were popular during the Circuit Breaker.
Many of us learn through our parents’ acts of love that the happiest people are not those who receive, but those who give. Even though things were different during Circuit Breaker last year, it didn’t stop us from caring and giving. Let us continue to give love, give thanks and give more to our families, and with our families to other families.
Find some helpful tips on building social skills in children despite a socially-distanced world.
While nothing beats a warm, loving hug and a peck on the cheek, meeting our loved ones can be taps and clicks away when there are physical limitations. With the help of technology, our love for our families can transcend time, space, and a pandemic.
For many children, especially those with special needs, routines are important. Parents’ unconditional love provides the compass in navigating uncertainties.
As we approach Mother's Day, let us pay tribute to mothers, new & seasoned. A mom's strength lies in her ability to choose love, again and again.
Get inspiration on fun, unique ways to spend quality time with your family this Mother's Day Ways to Celebrate Mother's Day 2021 with Style.
Remember to adhere to social distancing measures and stay safe!
Happy Mother's Day!
During the circuit breaker, many Singaporeans abroad returned to the warm embrace of their loved ones. In times of adversity and a pandemic, there is nowhere safer, warmer and closer to family than home.
The combination of home-based learning and working from home has its frustrations and joys. As we adapt to new changes, may we grow through these shared experiences and turn everyday moments into opportunities for family bonding.
Why not start by planning for your family dinner? Happening on Fri, 28 May, Eat With Your Family Day is held quarterly on the last Friday of each school term, reminding us of how important this simple act of bonding can be.
Small gestures go a long way. Let’s appreciate the unsung heroes who have been working tirelessly to keep our community safe and clean. Their hard work, care, and professionalism make a difference, and they deserve all the respect a nation can give.
It’s the time of the year again to celebrate National Day in red, white and the yummy flavours of our local food! 🎂
Enjoy quality time with your family and recreate our recipes or any 'Red & White' dish/dessert together to stand a chance to win $50 worth of e-shopping vouchers! https://go.gov.sg/ffl-nd2021-fbcontest.
Check out our 'Red & White' recipes here: https://go.gov.sg/ffl-national-day-celebrations-2021-fb.
The #NationalDay2021 Parade is best enjoyed when you watch it with your family! 🇸🇬 ✨ Find out why this yearly affair has become more meaningful than ever in our comic.
Having regular family meals together is a simple yet powerful way to maintain our relationships with loved ones ❤️ #EatWithYourFamilyDay #FFLMyFamilyWeekend
Tags: Family Bonding /Parent-Child Relationships
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