21
Feb

Our Safety and Precautionary Measures Against COVID-19

When the first case of Novel Cornavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed in Singapore, we have ramped up our precautionary measures to ensure that all children and staff are in a safe and clean environment. To safeguard the health and well-being our children and staff, we have implemented the following measures progressively over the past two months against the outbreak of
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14
Feb

Learning Resource – Keeping Clean!

In view of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, our dedicated curriculum team has developed a learning resource for parents and educators to reinforce on the importance of personal hygiene and practices. The content of the learning resource comprises of a child-friendly explanation on what viruses are, and how are they being transmitted. Following this, it also educates the children on
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22
Oct

Open house 2020 registration now open!

Ignite your child's curiosity and discover the joy of learning with us! 📚🔍 Join us on an exciting adventure with our inquiry-based programme, that fosters discovery and exploration within our children. Find out how we fuel curiosity through fun and imaginative ways, as we nurture resilient leaders of tomorrow! Participating centres include: Kiddiwinkie @ Braddell Kiddiwinkie @ Cactus (Yio Chu
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26
Sep

Fun ways to encourage your child to hydrate

During this period, the air quality in Singapore remains unhealthy due to the haze condition. Parents with young children are advised to stay indoors and keep the doors and windows closed at home when the PSI is in the unhealthy range (PSI level 100 and above). At this time, children are more vulnerable to falling ill as their immune system and lung defense mechanisms are

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9
Sep

Around The World Open House @ 5 Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse

Join us for an adverturous journey to a different country at Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse! Explore our engaging environment where learning and imagination flourishes; experience our creativity-inspired curriculum through exciting activities specially crafted for your little ones; and speak to our dedicated team! Find out how we ignite your child's curiosity and love for learning through our inquiry-based approach. From learning through
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23
Aug

SSDB President’s Challenge 2019: Beach Heroes in action!

In line with Start Small Dream Big (SSDB) President's Challenge this year, our Bradell campus collaborated with Resorts World Sentosa and S.E.A Aquarium to host a beach clean up at East Coast Park last weekend. Dressed in bright yellow T-shirts and beaming brightly with their radiant smiles, each family was teamed up to conquer East Coast Park area G! To further encourage
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10
Jul

Beyond the duties of a nanny

The moment you hold your newborn, it is love at first sight. Parents want the best for their little angel and could only think of spending all their time being by their newborn’s side. Yet, there is only so much time you can spend with him before you head to work to support the family. It is common for both

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26
Jun

Understanding your baby’s sleeping habits

The struggle that new parents face with their newborn babies normally occurs at night. The wailing at sporadic timings are unpredictable and can be draining. It is no surprise that most parents go to work the next day like a zombie, unable to focus on the most mundane tasks. First, let’s understand the baby’s sleep cycle. Contrary to popular beliefs,

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26
Jun

Open House @ The Grandstand, Braddell and Cactus

Begin your journey at Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse with a tour around our engaging environment where learning and imagination flourishes! Meet our dedicated team to learn more about our child-centred educational approach and get a first-hand experience of our programme at our Open House! Find out how we ignite your child's curiosity and love for learning through our inquiry-based approach. From learning
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30
May

Parenting in this digital age

Parents in this digital age use technology for almost everything. More often than not, they rely on smart phones and tablets to keep their babies and toddlers occupied. By using technology to keep your child busy, it actually prevents him from learning how to occupy himself with his thoughts and imagination. Such practices might lead to your child being hooked on

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