Monthly Archives: July 2014

7 kid-friendly games at the beach

Enjoy these 7 beach games with your whole family. 1. Frisbee Golf Draw a big circle in the sand. Throw the Frisbee to get a-hole-in one. 2. Plastic cricket An easy game for 2 or 20 people. Grab a plastic cricket set and a tennis ball. You are ready to go! 3. Sorting shells Pick …

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Top “Brain” Food for your Child

While you may want to ensure that your child (and you too!) eats a balanced diet, you may wish to pay particular attention to certain foods that can help your child to think and learn better, and which foods to avoid. These types of foods have been proven scientifically to boost your child’s brain development and …

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Oral Hygiene Tips for Kids

Children generally have more sensitive teeth and gums, especially if they’re below seven years old. The time when teeth just started developing is crucial for having good oral and dental health in their adulthood. Parents have the responsibility to guide their children’s development, and so dental healthcare professionals recommend these tips to introduce children to …

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Woven Paper Fish

Teach your child how to make woven paper fish with these clear instructions. It is based on a Thai design traditionally made with coconut leaves.       http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVk9_bBdoX0

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Ramadan Clock to Time

Selamat Hari Raya! 28 July 2014 marks the end of Ramadan. According to Muslims, the colour green symbolizes nature and life, while the star and crescent symbols are interpreted as symbolic of Islam or the Malay community.     This activity will allow your child to: Gain awareness of how the colour green, crescent and …

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Indoor bowling

  Fancy setting up a bowling alley in your hallway? It’s a dream come true for your kids. Try this  fun and simple activity to engage your kids whether the sun goes up or down. You will need: 12 recycled plastic bottles 1 hallway 1 cricket ball Paper and pencil to keep score Glow stick …

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Play is Important for Child Development and Learning

We are living in a highly pressurised and competitive world. There are more people chasing fewer jobs and in order to compete and survive in this world, our children need to be as highly educated as possible. This has led parents to pressurise play-schools and nursery schools to begin teaching children reading, writing and arithmetic …

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