Experiences@Kiddiwinkie

16
May

Mother’s Day Carnival at Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse @ Novena

Happy Mother’s Day to all our amazing mothers! Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse @ Novena held a Mother’s Day carnival on 11th May 2018 in conjunction with their Start Small Dream Big (SSDB) project – Little Hearts in a Jar! jQuery(document).ready(function($) { // Load carousel after its images are loaded preloadImages($("#img_slider_3de92fb8f9b867f2901645c7a2de0a45 img"), function () { var carousel = $("#img_slider_3de92fb8f9b867f2901645c7a2de0a45"); var args = {
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9
May

Ask the Expert : How Do I Stop My Child From Throwing A Tantrum When He Does Not Get His Way?

  The truth is, no matter how well-behaved a child is, he or she is bound to throw a tantrum at some point in their childhood. To effectively help them through the meltdown, we need to understand the reason behind this behaviour.   Why Kids Have Tantrums Temper tantrums are common in boys and girls, between the ages of 1

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3
May

Developing a Cosmopolitan Child – Kiddiwinkie’s Immersion and Cultural Exchange Programme

In today’s landscape of an interconnected global world, developing a cosmopolitan child from a younger age is getting more apparent. As part of Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse’s effort in cultivating cultural awareness and respect in our children, we embarked on a cultural learning experience with our K1 and K2 children from our Newton campus! On 27th April 2018, we had an immersion and
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30
Apr

Project HEART with APSN

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25
Apr

Ask the Expert : How Long Should My Baby Be In The Bathtub Before Running The Risk Of Catching A Chill?

  Water play provides endless and amazing opportunities for babies to experience learning through their senses. Being in contact with water also has a calming effect on babies as it mimics the familiar environment akin to their mother’s womb. Despite the various benefits and possibilities of water play, it is advisable for babies to play with water in the tub

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19
Apr

Ask the Expert : When Should My Baby Progress From Drinking Milk To A Semi-solid Diet?

Wondering when is the right time to introduce semi-solid food to your baby? Is your baby ready to start a semi-solid diet? We understand that bringing up a new-born baby, especially for a first-time mummy, is no easy feat! Although there is no rule that strictly specifies the age for the introduction of semi-solid diet, it is a common practice

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21
Mar

Ask an Expert : 5 Ways to Foster Your Child’s Love for Reading

  Storytelling, enhanced with puppetry, music, songs and rhymes are the foundation for early literacy. Research has revealed that the early years of a child are most critical when it comes to brain development. Success in verbal skills lies in exposing your child to language and literacy at an early age. The main question is, how do we get our

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28
Feb

3 Signs Your Child is Ready to be Potty-Trained

In this age and time, there are too many differing views about when is the right time for a child to stop wearing diapers.   As parents, we long to know the “right” age for our child to progress to this next stage of his or her development. After all, we cannot wait to be free from the hassle of

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14
Feb

[INFOGRAPHIC] Active Kids, Better Thinkers!

Today’s children are sitting a lot more than ever. Even worse, they spend lesser time in participating in physical activities than any previous generation. This is bad news. Experts from KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital have stated that basic motor skills lay the foundation for early learning and language development. So, why are children moving less? Studies show that parents

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31
Jan

Ask an Expert : Parents of Resilient Kids Avoid Doing These 4 Things

You may have heard of the term “strawberry generation” being used a lot. For the uninitiated, it refers to a generation of youths who “bruise easily”,  unable to withstand social pressure or work as hard as their parents’ generation. In recent years, parents have been called out for raising a generation of entitled children, ill-equipped to cope with the harsh

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