Last weekend we were invited for a Howlarious Halloween cook-out at Culinary On, my first time making a bento, so it was great to learn a trick or two (trick or treat!) with the kids. We attempted at making the Cartoon Network We Bare Bears bento, but just as well it’s Halloween because my… Continue reading Cartoon Network’s Howlarious Halloween
There has been some buzz in social media recently surrounding the POSB Smart Buddy watches. Many parents, myself included, were concerned about how these electronics might affect the financial literacy of children. So to be very honest, I went to the POSB media briefing with many doubts in my mind, but I also felt that… Continue reading POSB Smart Buddy
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
Update (August 2017): I have updated the post with some information on how to get an appointment with NUH. I heard it is about the same for Singhealth and KKH, but I would strongly suggest contacting either personally 🙂 I have been meaning to write about speech therapy for a long time already but never… 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
I recently attended a workshop on How to Speak Well and Excel in English Oral examinations, and here’s also why I find all the Marshall Cavendish Education workshops so insightful!
My elder son in P3 has now been with Connected Learning for more than a year now, and the P1 son joined in at the end of last year during the school holidays when he started with a Han Yu Pin Yin booster camp. As mentioned in my previous post about Connected Learning, my P1… Continue reading Connected Learning – Chinese lessons online, an updated review