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5 Fun Activities To Do With Your 18 – 24 Months Old

27 July 2018

18 to 24 months-olds are a lot of fun to be with. They’re more alert than babies and charge with wide-eyed curiosity to learn more about the environment that they live in. Don’t waste time letting your television babysit and get up to some engaging activities instead.     #1: Surprise Ice Cubes Select a […]

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Toddler Craft Ideas: Convert Toilet Rolls into Toys

20 July 2018

Toilet paper rolls are common household items. Instead of throwing them away, use them as craft materials for your toddler! Read on as we put together some simple craft ideas for you to try out with your toddler, and give these toilet rolls a new lease of life.     Maracas Maracas are percussion instruments […]

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6 Fun Ways to Prepare Your Elder Child for a New Sibling

23 May 2018

Are you expecting a new bundle of joy, yet worried about how your elder one will react to his or her new sibling? Fret not as we have some fun ways to prepare your elder child for his or her new role! 1. Bring him or her with you to gynaecologist checkups Bring your child […]

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Parents Share: Tips on Raising World-ready Children

31 July 2017

How can we raise our children to be ready for the world of tomorrow? Parenting is a lifelong journey, and as we strive to offer our best to our children, we also wish to prepare them for their future. Besides a safe and loving environment, we work hard at meeting their needs and support their holistic […]

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Let’s Make: My First Lion Mask

20 April 2017

Meet Albert! Hello! I’m Albert the Lion! Let’s make this mask with mum and dad, and design it together!           DOWNLOAD MASK HERE > Activity Experience This simple activity offers parent-child interaction to create a fun mask together. Let your child’s creativity flow as he doodles and designs the mask with […]

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Fathers, Mums Want You to Know that You are Awesome!

19 April 2017

Parenting takes two to clap, and plenty of teamwork to boot! From playing cheerleaders at the delivery suite, to helping with night feeds, fathers play a supporting role in their own ways. According to the Father Involvement Research Alliance (FIRA), “Involved fathers are more likely to see their interactions with their children positively be more […]

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