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When young children play, they are actively engaged in looking, listening, touching and interacting with the objects and people in their environment. Play for toddlers provides them with the experience of connecting what they see with what they hear or touch. It helps children to develop sensory connections that provide input to the developing brain,...

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Written by Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, who are both Senior Fellows at MindChamps and authors of the book Becoming Brilliant: What Science Tells Us About Raising Successful Children   For many of us, COVID-19 has completely changed how we work. Moving to remote work might have its advantages for some, but when the...

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Stay Home, Stay Curious As you and your family stay safe at home, how can you keep your child engaged in learning through this period of school closure? Our numeracy activities for kids will help your resolve this potential issue. We’ve prepared two short maths activities for you to do together – all you’ll need...

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Most preschools, childcare centres and kindergartens in Singapore are closed on Children’s Day, which is commemorated on the first Friday of October each year. This year, instead of bringing your child to play outdoors, how about embarking on some meaningful activities with your child? From volunteering with therapy dogs to beach cleaning, take your pick...

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Having the confidence to speak up in public does not come naturally to every child. While some children find it easy to express themselves, some who are more soft-spoken will find it an intimidating experience. If your child’s teacher has feedback that he needs to speak up, dig deeper to find out the cause. There...

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Reading and storytelling are two important ways in which parents can help their child to foster brain development and imagination. Not only are these activities a form of bonding between the parents and the child, it also allows the child to be given a safe environment where language and emotions can be expressed without judgement....

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