Review: Bring Out The Word Winder Wizard In You
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Review: Bring Out The Word Winder Wizard In You

Have you played Word Winder? The phenomenal word game that has taken America by storm! Developed by the world’s most syndicated wordgame creator, David L. Hoyt, Word Winder appeals to everyone over eight years old. A game veteran with 15 years in the word game industry, Hoyt said that Word Winder caters to different levels and…

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Toys That Encourage Enthusiastic Learning

Toys aren’t just for playing these days. Make your money go the distance by buying toys that encourage enthusiastic learning. Toy expert, Mr. Anthony Frangos, Commercial Director of Mattel North Southeast Asia tell us how. Providing baby with plenty of well-chosen toys, especially ones that encourage activity and exploration is a good way to reward…

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All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten

Remember what you learnt at SIX years old! All you need to know about HOW to live and WHAT to do in life, you’ve learnt in kindergarten! Share everything. Play fair. Don’t hit people. Put things back where you found them. Clean up your own mess. Don’t take things that aren’t yours. Say you’re sorry when…

Asian Values: Modelling Respect For His Students
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Asian Values: Modelling Respect For His Students

In our Chinese custom, respect for your elders trumps most other values. Hence, I was not surprised when we enroll our son in a local Chinese school, the first thing the school principal taught the newly accepted primary one students during orientation was to bow in respect whenever they see an adult, be they teachers, principals or…

Travelling with Kids: Indian Street Kid – Lost & Found
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Travelling with Kids: Indian Street Kid – Lost & Found

This is my guide, Iqbal.  He was a street kid who once roamed the dusty streets of India. This is the story of how he became a street kid. This is his story. Iqbal  was born in a poor labour-class family. He was barely five when his parents separated or divorced, he doesn’t know which….