Monthly Archives: August 2014

Toothpick Star (Singapore flag)

  What you need: A plate 5 toothpicks A straw Water Snap the toothpicks in half. Do not break them all the way. Place the toothpicks in the center of the plate with the broken edges touching. Use the straw to pick up a little water. Drop the water in the center of the toothpicks.

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Is your child a Fussy Eater?

Is your child a fussy eater? Try these ideas ! Your child’s tastes change from one day to the next. Give him greens and he spits them out. Offer him a familiar food prepared in a different style and he rejects it. He simply refuses to eat anything while at the dinner table. Such picky …

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National Day Parade Wand

You will need: a paper cup red paint white sticker labels (alternatively, any white sheet of paper will scissors a white plastic bag a red plastic bag cellophane tape a chopstick a rubber band Paint the paper cup red. Let dry. While the paper cup is drying, cut out a white crescent moon and five …

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10 Reasons for Telling Bedtime Stories

Cinderella. The Three Little Pigs. Peter Pan. Bedtime stories are all time favourite of young children. They are great for bedtime. They are great for leisure time. They are a great companion for kids. There are many reasons why we should have bedtime stories. Here are ten good reasons why it is worthwhile to spare …

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Reading Games for Four Year Old Kids

Reading Games for Four Year Old Kids You might think that four year old children don’t need to be read to any more. You think that they are near school age and that school will continue your child’s language development. This is not the case. Books that you read to your child will continue to …

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Pop-up house

Make a pop-up house from a flat piece of paper. What you need: Townhall printable template 1 sheet thick paper (A4 size) scissors glue coloured pencils or crayons marker pen Instructions: Print out the house printable template. Fill in the facade with windows and doors. Colour the Then fold it at the fold lines. Put some glue …

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