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TV-watching guidelines

August 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · Parenting Tips, Pre-schooler, Primary Level

Monitoring your child’s TV Viewing • Limit the amount of TV your child watches. More than two hours a day is too much. To make it seem to your child that he’s watching more — and to keep his little brain from going on autopilot as he watches — break up viewing into ten- to […]

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Pros and Cons of Home Schooling

April 8th, 2009 · No Comments · Parenting Tips, Pre-schooler, Primary Level, Self Improvement, Teaching Tips, Uncategorized, University Scholars

Is home schooling such a great ideas as when you first thought about it? There are many things to consider before taking this decision especially because it is about your child and his future. One of the good things about home schooling is that the child receives the attention he needs. It is a well […]

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Embrace Our Children For Future

April 8th, 2009 · No Comments · Parenting Tips, Pre-schooler, Primary Level, Teaching Tips

With the boom of computer & miniature electronic devices, the aptitude for mental computational skills are in decline. Recent studies show that the skills of pupils are getting worse and worse. In one of the study, tested 106 Final year students of primary school? in mental addition and subtraction (within the limits of 20), multiplication […]

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Up to parents to bring up well-mannered kids

March 19th, 2009 · No Comments · Baby, Parenting Tips, Pre-schooler, Primary Level

Raising a child with discipline, love, good manners and respect is always the parents’ role. Moreover, it is also the parents’ responsibility to spend a bit of quality time with a child before he grows up and has a life of his own. Unfortunately, it is very sad to see many parents in this day […]

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Academic Excellence On A Pedestal

March 9th, 2009 · No Comments · Parenting Tips, Primary Level, Secondary Level

In our society, it is an in-built prerequisite to achieve academic excellence. Everyone’s ability to succeed is measured according to the number of paper qualifications they have. As such, it is deeply embedded in our mindset that we should be rated according to our academic achievements. A person with excellent thinking skills but has no […]

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