6 Tips On Travelling With Young Children

Being in Singapore is a wonderful thing. The country is an aviation hub with frequent flights to the region and to the rest of the world (5.29 million passengers in May 2018!). It’s easy and affordable to jet off for the weekend, but how do you do that with young children in tow? Here are some tips for travelling with young children thanks to Dr Sundus Hussain-Morgan from Complete Healthcare...

Why You Shouldn't Say 'Be Careful'

Young children run, they climb, and often times they fall. Sometimes, what they are doing even looks dangerous and its tempting to yell out “be careful!” But doing so is actually counterproductive to the growth and development of children and we should really not tell that to young children.

Meet & Greet: Priya Nathan, Curriculum Coordinator, EtonHouse Vanda

In this Meet & Greet, we speak to Priya Nathan, Curriculum Coordinator at EtonHouse Vanda

Meet & Greet: Rebecca Gough, Curriculum Coordinator at EtonHouse 718 Mountbatten

 
In this Meet & Greet, we speak to Rebecca Gough, Curriculum Coordinator at EtonHouse International Pre-School Mountbatten 718 .
 

A Mum’s Review – Science Centre KidsStop

Singapore may be a tiny city state filled with glitzy malls, but there are also tonnes of children-friendly activities here. Just last week, my friend and I went on a perfect play-date for our three pre-schoolers aged between three and six. We wanted a weather-proof option, one that could cater to the diverse interest of our three boys, and one that could engage them for as long as possible...

5 Tips for Managing Time as a Working Mum

With five days a week dedicated to work, it can sometimes feel like there’s never enough time. Yet, the chores and your children’s need for attention don’t ebb. How then can working mothers — they make up two-thirds of families in Singapore! — make sure they don’t drop the ball? Here are five ways I manage time as a working mum, and I hope these tips can work for you too.

An FAQ on Reggio Emilia

You’ve heard the term bandied around, but what exactly is Reggio Emilia and how does it benefit your child? Our Pedagogue Denise Teo answers some common questions.

Life Stories: Three Ways to be a Good Dad

It is Father’s Day this week. To celebrate the day and fathers everywhere, Mr Jimmy Oh, co-founder and Chairman of EtonHouse, shares three tips for daddies out there.

The Things You Learn from Music & Movement

Reading, writing, speaking and counting are important skills for children to pick up. But did you know that music is just as important for a developing child?Because of its beat and rhythm — things that are also present in walking and talking — music has many benefits for children from auditory skills, to fine motor skills, sense of rhythm and body awareness. It even helps them learn hand-eye...

Book Recommendations for Preschoolers

Developing a reading habit in children helps them improve their vocabulary and attention span, and hopefully gives them a lifelong thirst for knowledge. Here are three titles recommended by our educators to spark the love of reading in your preschooler.

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