P1 Assessment Books that worked for my son

This post is Singaporean parent-centric. I am writing this because there are parents asking for assessment books recommendations for their children going primary school next year. The first and third assessment books that I endorse here were suggested by the school’s bookstore when I first bought #1’s P1 textbooks. Having no experience in the primary school […]

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Social Media Do’s and Dont’s for Parents

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Social media has surely made the world flatter, connecting loved ones across different time zones. Unfortunately, it has penetrated our daily lives so much that it has also presented a host of complications to relationships, including between family members. Miscommunication and misunderstandings can arise from a simple post or tweet. As parents, it can be a […]

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An afternoon with kidsRead – I read The 3 Little Pigs, the Wolf’s side of the story

It is just so typical of me, over-enthusiastic and overly anxious…. I joined the Parent Support Group (PSG) in my first-born’s primary school on his first day of school. Eh… I was heavily pregnant with the twins then. And I wasn’t quite sure how the twins would turn out, as in whether they will be […]

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