5 Effective Ways to Clear Your Mind – According to Neuroscience

We all want to achieve great things and rise to the challenges that come our way with the mindset of a Champion. However, at times, the only thing standing in your way of doing your best is a troubled mind. Here, we present you five simple tips that can help you clear your mind and stay calm, as researched by neuroscientists and shared on Psychology … Continue reading 5 Effective Ways to Clear Your Mind – According to Neuroscience

March School Holiday 2017 – 12 Amazing Activities for Children

The March School Holiday is upon us, and both parents and their children are all set to enjoy this short break from the usual school routines and homework marathons. To help you make the most of this week-long break, we have put together a list of activities that are happening during the holiday week – ranging from enriching school holiday programmes to must-not-miss theatre shows … Continue reading March School Holiday 2017 – 12 Amazing Activities for Children

Self-Help Rules! 10 Tips for Teaching Children to be More Independent

During the early years, it is only natural that we take care of our children’s self-care tasks, as they have yet to gain the skills and stability to get these done by themselves. However, psychologists and early childhood experts warn that making this a habit as they grow up could lead to a host of behavioural problems in children and hinder them from picking up … Continue reading Self-Help Rules! 10 Tips for Teaching Children to be More Independent

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How to Raise an Emotionally Resilient Child – Tips and Advice from Experts

Some people always seem to bounce back no matter what setbacks befall them, while others seem to be greatly affected by their misfortunes. Those who bounce back from adversity are described as ‘emotionally resilient’. People who are emotionally resilient have been found to be more successful in school and work – they are also healthier, happier, they live longer and are less likely to experience … Continue reading How to Raise an Emotionally Resilient Child – Tips and Advice from Experts

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How to Help Children Deal with Change: Simple Strategies that Work

The world we live in today is constantly changing. From having to move house, to making new friends and welcoming new products and information in the market, the pace of change is progressing at a rate that is faster than what we are able to keep up with at times. Change can be overwhelming, especially for children who thrive on routine and appreciate the comfort … Continue reading How to Help Children Deal with Change: Simple Strategies that Work

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These Expert Tips Can Help Your Child Beat Exam Stress!

Tests and exams can be a major source of stress during the schooling years for both children and their parents. However, there are ways to help your child cope with the pressure and ace the exams. Here are some simple pointers to help you get started: 1. Look out for the signs of exam stress Recognise the warning signs that your child is feeling stressed … Continue reading These Expert Tips Can Help Your Child Beat Exam Stress!

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5 Simple Ways to Remember What You Learn

From your children’s daily schedule to your email and social media passwords, the list of things that you need to remember daily is pretty exhaustive. Chances are, your children might be grappling with the same issues too, especially when exams draw near. Fret not – all hope is not lost just yet! There is a group of “memory athletes” whose main goal is to help … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Remember What You Learn

12 Basic Skills Every Child Should Have by the Time they Turn 18

As parents, our children mean the world to us and we would do anything to protect and raise them to become happy and well-adjusted individuals who are ready to face the world. However, this form of overparenting often ends up with the opposite effect, leaving our children unprepared to face and function in the world as adults. Julie Lythcott-Haims, former dean of freshmen at Stanford … Continue reading 12 Basic Skills Every Child Should Have by the Time they Turn 18

Are You Raising a Quitter? Here’s How You Can Inspire Your Child to Persevere

“It’s not that I am so smart; it’s just that I stay with problems longer. – Albert Einstein   As they grow up, our children will inevitably face challenges both big and small every day. In dealing with life’s challenges, do they accept defeat and give up easily, or do they try again and persevere? Numerous research have shown that perseverance (the ability to stick with … Continue reading Are You Raising a Quitter? Here’s How You Can Inspire Your Child to Persevere