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Dear readers, Keep your eyes peeled for the revamped MindChamps Blog (www.mindchamps.org/blog) coming your way this July! While we will continue to publish informative and researched articles on our corporate website, this WordPress.com account will be closed down indefinitely. We thank you for your continued support! With Love & Light, MindChamps Singapore Continue reading Revamped MindChamps Blog!
Having basic financial skills is crucial as it helps our children navigate through life as an adult. Not only will they be able to plan ahead for the future, they will also be aware of the importance of keeping their spending within limits and make wise spending decisions. While it will be years before our children get to experience first-hand the complexities of managing their … Continue reading Financial Literacy For Children at Every Age
Author and family therapist Virginia Satir once said, “We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth”. Indeed, the benefits of hugging are boundless as it does wonders to a child’s cognitive and emotional development. Research has shown that children thrive in environments where they are showered with love constantly … Continue reading 8 Amazing Reasons to Hug Your Child Every Day
It’s no secret that we live in an achievement-centric society, where it feels like there are insane expectations on us and our children just to keep up. In the frenzy of trying to give our children holistic childhoods and seek the best from them, we can end up placing incredible demands on them. How can we then encourage our children when it comes to academics? … Continue reading How to Motivate Your Child to Be Successful
When it comes to raising children, one of the most challenging areas involves learning how to talk to our children in a way that they will listen. Although it can be frustrating to repeat your words and instructions to your children numerous times, know that they are trying their best to take in the various stimuli from their surroundings – thus it won’t be surprising … Continue reading 8 Strategies to Get Your Children to Listen When You Talk
According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, the sense of power and dominance is a basic emotional need that we all seek to fulfill. The need to satisfy this craving for power begins as early as the age of two, as this is when children begin to see themselves as separate individuals from their parents. This phase of life leads children to discover that they are … Continue reading 5 Effective Ways to Avoid Power Struggles with Children
As parents, we do our best to prepare our children to deal with the ups and downs in life as they work towards their dreams and goals. At the end of the day, we want them to grow up happy, well-adjusted and ready to take on the challenges that come their way. While there are various resources that provide tips and strategies to bring out … Continue reading 5 Things You Can Do to Bring Out the Best in Your Introverted Child
Whether young or old, we all love to play and we all need to do it regularly. Sadly, as we grow older, some of us have become too consumed with day-to-day errands and activities and do not get to play as much. Some of us might have even forgotten how to play. Having a child certainly forces many parents to start thinking about playing again. … Continue reading The Value of Play: Age-appropriate Play Activities for Children
When it comes to English, mastering the fundamentals of grammar and its correct usage is essential for your child to do well in the subject. However, despite many years of learning the language and going through numerous practice assessments, some students may still find themselves making errors that could have been avoided and thus saving them a few extra points. Ms Suritha Shah, a PSLE … Continue reading 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid in PSLE English