Ever thought of cooking quinoa but don’t know where to start? Here’s a great solution for you!
It's that time of the year again! So many parents are stressing over registration, and I am glad that phase of our lives is over. Ours is an interesting experience. The husband's alma mater used to be 2km (less, if it's a straight line) from our home, but now is located 30km away. We identified… Continue reading Primary Schools in Singapore – Electing for a Neighbourhood School
Edit: As suggested by my friend DinoMama, I have included the compositions we did in the workshop! I have also included a paragraph (in italics) with a great composition tip! I’m back with yet another post about another Marshall Cavendish Education workshop that we attended! This time it was the How to Write composition… Continue reading How to Write Confidently & Creatively by Marshall Cavendish Education
Last week we were invited to join the Dreamworks Run to help publicize the event. This was my third run, after SpongeBob and the Great Eastern Women’s run. Beautiful day for a brisk walk. #dinomama #dreamworksday #familyfunrun @dreamworksday A post shared by Jennifer Lim (@din0mama) on Jun 24, 2017 at 2:36am PDT One of… Continue reading DreamWorks Run 2017
Warning: If you are easily queasy you might not want to see the photos of actual tonsils in this post 😀 School is now back in session! We’ve had an interesting school holidays. We left before school closed (what do they do on the last day of school anyway?) and returned just as the holidays… Continue reading Tonsillectomy for children
I have been meaning to write about speech therapy for a long time already but never got around to it. A recent acquaintance mentioned that both her children have difficulty with pronouncing the same sound, and I shared with her our journey in speech therapy, so I hope this post will be useful to more… Continue reading Speech Therapy for Children in Singapore
I recently came across this series of books and thought they were rather cute! Actually I was first captivated by the Onomatopeia book. I only knew what was onomatopoeia when I was studying literature, so I was happy to find a junior picture book on it. It’s often not easy for us to explain the… Continue reading Friday Flips: Easy English for Preschoolers