Understanding your child’s random episodes and tantrums

Ever felt helpless when your child cries uncontrollably and without any apparent reason? Oh my god, why is this happening again? I bet this runs through your mind when your child throws one of his crazy episodes. Before we touch on the topic of understanding children’s tantrums, we would need to explain a little about […]

When do kids start to develop thinking?

When do kids start developing thinking skills? As your child goes into her third year, you will see a big jump in your child’s thinking skills. She starts to be curious with almost everything around her. She starts to appreciate humor and jokes. She will be able to come up with solutions to solve more […]

Education for Special Needs Children in Singapore

“My child has ADHD”.  This is something that is totally unheard of in the early 1980s. However, as our society progresses, parents are more informed and well-aware of the mental well-being of their children.  Singapore’s growing inclusivity towards children with special education needs (SEN) In the recent years, Singapore is growing into a more inclusive […]

Inside a human brain – How to nurture your child’s brain?

Our brain is a fascinating creature. It is actually “plastic” or moldable. This means the brain physically changes throughout the course of our lives, not just in childhood. What molds our brain? Experience. When we undergo an experience, our brain cells become active, or “fire”. The brain has not millions, but billions of neurons, each […]

Cognitive Stages of Development and Intellectual Growth of Children

How do kids develop their intellect? All children go through a series of developmental and intellectual growth stages. One of the most famous theories is that of Piaget’s. The Piaget’s theory explains that children undergo four stages of intellectual development, from infancy through adulthood. This includes thought, judgment, and knowledge. The Piaget’s four stages of […]

Discover your child’s learning style and behavior

Young children tend to have very short attention spans. To fully engage them and maximise their learning potential, parents and teachers alike need to understand the different ways that children learn and introduce things that they like in the teaching process. Remember, every child is unique! It is important to take time exploring which learning […]

The Psychology behind Fear – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

TOKYO, JAPAN – JANUARY 31: A passenger receives a temperature check before taking a flight bound for Wuhan at Spring Airlines’ check-in counter at Haneda airport on January 31, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. As a parent, you can’t help but worry about the safety of your children. So, it’s natural that as stories about the […]


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