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Parent-Child Relationships, Disciplining

Do you notice and affirm your child for doing good?

​Do you notice and give praises to your children when they are doing good? Take the time to be aware of the small little actions your child is making and give compliments.

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Child Development, Parent-Child Relationships

Does baby equipment help babies walk faster?

​Does having a baby equipment help to aid your baby's gross motor development? Read on for more tips on how to increase your child's gross motor developmental skills without the use of baby equipments.

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Child Development, Parent-Child Relationships

Don’t shelve those children’s books – reading to kids is an absolute must

​​How does reading books boost your child's developmental skills? While reading books, ask your child questions relating to the character as a form of communication and bonding activity together.

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Child Development, Disciplining, Parent-Child Relationships

Emerging from the shadows of the world’s best mum

Sophia Huang, a mother of three shares from her own experience how there needs to be a balance between firm parenting and giving your child freedom of their own choice. 

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Parent-Child Relationships

Fellow parent, it’s okay if you’re not okay

​Theresa Ng, a mother of three shares that it is okay to ask for help or seek out a therapist if motherhood becomes challenging. The importance of caring for oneself is also important even after having a child. 

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Child Development, Parent-Child Relationships

For our children, play is serious business

​Play allows children to learn various skills such as socio-emotional, language, cognitive and gross motor skills when they move around and intereact with peers and adults. Find out more on play and it's benefits in this article.  

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Child Development, Parent-Child Relationships

Gross motor skills: Getting your little one to “move it, move it”

​Movement is important for children to develop their gross motor skills and eye-hand coordination skills when they are engaged in activities to explore the environment. Read on to find out how you can play a part in your child's developmental needs.

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Parent-Child Relationships, Child Development

Growing problem-solving skills throughout early childhood

​What does your child do when faced with problems? How can you play a part when you see them stuggling to solve the problems? Read further to nuture your child's development.

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