Better Sleep With Origin Superior Coolmax® Latex Pillow
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Better Sleep With Origin Superior Coolmax® Latex Pillow

We all have trouble sleeping from time to time. As our body experiences changes in our teenage years or in our later ages, sleep may elude us. We also do not sleep well when we are experiencing stress, anxiety or other conditions such as ADHD, bipolar disorder. Why Sleep Matters Not getting sufficient sleep at…

Best Chilli Crabs & Seafood Delivery To Your Home In Singapore
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Best Chilli Crabs & Seafood Delivery To Your Home In Singapore

If you are a Singaporean, you would have tasted it. If you are a foodie, you will crave it. And if you are visiting Singapore, you must try it. What are we talking about? It’s the famous Singapore Chilli Crab! Even the master of Master Chefs, Gordon Ramsay cannot resist the Singapore Chilli Crab.  But...
Fresh, Creative & Affordable Floral Bouquets in Singapore
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Fresh, Creative & Affordable Floral Bouquets in Singapore

Flowers are one of Nature’s gifts to brighten our day and change our mood for the better. It almost always brings a smile to the faces of the recipients (unless it’s from a stalker or an instrument of the break-up). The thinking that sending someone flowers is meant only for romantic gestures is traditional and…

Primary One Registration in Local Schools: Criteria & Strategy (2020)
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Primary One Registration in Local Schools: Criteria & Strategy (2020)

Registering your child for Primary One is an exciting affair for the parents and the child. It can be also be a nerve-wrecking for parents who need to ballot for a place during the registration. In this post, we’ll share what you need to prepare/bring for the registration process and some strategies that parents employ...
Criteria To Choosing The RIGHT Primary School For Your Child
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Criteria To Choosing The RIGHT Primary School For Your Child

Location, proximity to home, and the reputation of the school are some of the criteria parents look at before they decide on the primary school to register their child in formal education. Other criteria that determine a primary school include the entry criteria such as if the entering child has any older siblings already studying…

How to Make Effective Study Notes For Secondary School Students
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How to Make Effective Study Notes For Secondary School Students

Ever wonder how some students are more successful academically than others? The secret lies in note-taking. Taking notes help you recall information taught in class. Every student needs a good note-taking system. Knowing how to take good notes can help you to: prepare before the lecture review key concepts after a class stay focused during…

Home-based Learning Kit for Parents (Primary & Secondary Students)
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Home-based Learning Kit for Parents (Primary & Secondary Students)

Here are some quick tips from the Ministry of Education (MOE) to support your children in their home-based learning (HBL) and how you can guide them through this circuit breaker period. 1. Set-up Conducive Learning Space Many secondary school students would have a dedicated study table at this age. However, there are some teenagers who…

Free Virtual Meeting Rooms: Business & Personal Gatherings

Free Virtual Meeting Rooms: Business & Personal Gatherings

A virtual meeting is when people around the world, regardless of their location, use video, audio, and text to link up online. Virtual meetings permit individuals to share data and information continuously without being physically located together. In these unprecedented times when we have to practice social distance and deliberately isolate ourselves from our family and friends to…

Circuit Breaker Stay-At-Home Strategies To Maximize Your Time
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Circuit Breaker Stay-At-Home Strategies To Maximize Your Time

It has begun. You are officially on “lock-down” during the circuit breaker period. That means no visitors, including relatives and friends, home tutors or part-time helpers. You are not going outdoors, except for exercise in the park or to run errands for essential services. If you have always complained about the lack of time to…

Grocery Shopping During the Circuit Breaker: Zip In And Out
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Grocery Shopping During the Circuit Breaker: Zip In And Out

In our latest fight against the Coronavirus, Singapore has imposed stricter measures to ensure that most of our workforce stay at home and limit their physical interaction to as few people as possible. This circuit breaker exercise will apply for one month, beginning Tuesday 7 April to 4 May. During this period, students will stay…

30+ Movies About Parent-Child Relationships To Watch With Kids
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30+ Movies About Parent-Child Relationships To Watch With Kids

Movie night is our family’s favorite past-time. We have it regularly on Sunday nights with dinner. Sometimes, we even have a movie marathon if time permits (usually during school holidays). We love to snuggle up as a family, eat popcorn and watch movies. You can start this great family-bonding activity at any age that your…

12 Irresistible Book Series for Teenagers to Read
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12 Irresistible Book Series for Teenagers to Read

We share what books and resources you can tap on to encourage your child to read… 1. The Chronicles of NarniaBy C.S. Lewis The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of fantasy novels. Except in The Horse and His Boy, the protagonists are all children from the real world who are magically transported to Narnia, where they are sometimes called upon…

Over 100 Best Animated Movies to Share with Your Kids
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Over 100 Best Animated Movies to Share with Your Kids

The current COVID-19 situation has rendered many of us home-bound for the time being. The coronavirus epidemic forces us parents to to be creative in keeping our children amused within the restricted boundaries of our homes. There is only so much art-and-crafts we can do with our kids, or reading with them before our active…

Coronavirus Outbreak: 5 Teachable Moments for Parents to Impart
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Coronavirus Outbreak: 5 Teachable Moments for Parents to Impart

Everyone has been on high alert since the coronavirus landed on our local shores. Parents in particular are concerned about how the coronavirus affects our children when we send them off to school. Aside from understanding what is the coronavirus, what symptoms to look out for and what to do when a member falls ill,…