3 Fun and creative DIY activities for parents and children

Spending ample quality time bonding with your child is an important factor for their growth and development. Use this as an opportunity to learn and play together as they unleash the inner artist in them (and yourself) by engaging in various interactive DIY activities at the convenience of your own home, rain or shine. You never know what they can come up with when they tap on their creativity...

The best Singaporean dishes for Children

Relocating your family to a new country can be difficult enough, but there are a few things you can do beforehand to help your children prepare for the change. One of the best ways, and arguably most exciting ways to help your child settle into the new culture is by delving into the country’s delicious cuisine. Here are a few traditional and healthy Singaporean dishes for both you and your...

How To Cultivate Good Table Manners In Your Child- 3 Parenting Tips

Inculcating good table manners and proper dining etiquette is very important as a fundamental life skill. It prepares children to eat with discipline, maintain a healthy lifestyle and demonstrate respect and consideration for others. There are also many proven health benefits. Children learn to maintain good hygiene, such as washing their hands before eating to prevent the spread of germs,...

The Thing about Tantrums. A chat with Tina Stephenson-Chin.

 As a parent, you've wondered — what causes tantrums in our toddlers, and how do you deal with them? We speak to our Child Psychology expert, Tina Stephenson-Chin.

How To Stop Teenagers from Bullying?

In the United States, 1 in 4 children are bullied each month. Every 7 minutes a child is bullied. That adds up to 160,000 students missing school each day for fear of bullying. Having their child bullied is a very real fear of every parent. But have you ever wondered: What if your child was the bully?

Understanding Your Teenager

Your teenage son or daughter takes hours in front of the mirror, their hairdo and choice of clothes is always a bone of contention, they are constantly misplacing things and are forever stuck to their mobile devices. It is virtually impossible to get them to read a book or have a conversation with them that does not involve them rolling their eyes or ending in them walking out and locking...

4 Ways to Help Your Teenager Manage Stress

Stress affects all of us. From financial issues, to deadlines and worries about personal relationships, stress can overwhelm us from time to time. Even more so if you are a teenager and fluctuating hormones are always throwing you off while you juggle school with finding your social footing. How then, can parents like us help our teenagers relieve stress?

Life Lessons From My Three-Year-Old

Most days, life is pretty routine. I go to work from Mondays to Fridays and come home around 8pm. Like clockwork, my three-year-old daughter Tanishqa greets me at the door with: “Papa, follow me!” And to her room I go, where she will regale me with tales of My Little Pony and show me her latest toys.

Dear Parents, Stop Nagging and Start Sharing

With so many worries about our children and the pressures of modern life, nagging at our children can seem unavoidable. “Did you say good morning? Have you done your homework? Why were you so careless? Be careful! Pay attention!”

But did you know that nagging is one of the most dangerous things we can do to our children?

Meet & Greet: Joey Chan, Mandarin Teacher, EtonHouse Hong Kong

In this Meet & Greet, we speak to Joey Chan, Mandarin Teacher at EtonHouse International Pre-School Hong Kong .

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