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May 2014

Parenting

Nurturing Your Child to Excel

Dorothy Tam is mum to two daughters who are both Princeton University students. The family literacy facilitator, who organised enrichment programmes in Singapore for 10 years, shares her thoughts on nurturing children to excel. “The Singapore education system is so…

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The Imagination Journal

Earlier this year, I wanted to make a gift – instead of buying something – for a friend’s daughter who was celebrating her eighth birthday. The birthday girl is a dreamy, happy-go-lucky sort. I figured something that would fuel her…

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Teaching Values to the Modern Child

Child developmentalist Ruth Liew, 49, works on understanding typical and atypical developments in children and supporting and fostering age-appropriate and stage-appropriate learning experiences to empower parents to achieve developmental milestones in children. Here, she shares the importance of teaching children values….

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June Holidays Made for Families

Exams are over (or almost over). The kids have play on the mind. You need a break. Everyone loves a holiday. But where to? See our top picks here. AWAY2 Villa Luxury for the Family Imagine having your own private…

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