12
Mar

Preparing your child for a younger sibling

  The birth of a new baby creates both excitement and fear among parents. For your firstborn child, the centre of the attention is shifted. It is enough to turn your little angels to green-eyed monsters. Yet, with proper guidance, even young children can be taught to be responsible older siblings.  Want to know the secret? Here’s how.   Explain
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31
Jan

Turn your CNY spring cleaning into a craft activity with your child!

Chinese New Year is around the corner and that’s when most Chinese family does their biggest spring cleaning of the year! As you are cleaning the house, throwing away unwanted stuff and decorating your humble abode for the festivities, why not recycle some of the stuff and make it into a Chinese New Year craft activity with your little ones to

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16
Jan

6 Simple Food Swaps and Hacks to Make Your Children’s Foods Healthier

  Who says healthy eating is difficult? As we welcome the new year after all the feasts and celebrations we had in December, let’s explore some sneaky swaps or hacks to introduce healthier meals to your children! In line with Kiddiwinkie’s healthy eating and the joy of being awarded platinum tier in the Healthy Eating Programme by Health Promotion Board

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3
Jan

Ask the Expert : Separation Anxiety in Children and How to Deal with It

  It’s the start of 2019 – and that means a new school year and even possibly a new school environment. It may be your child’s first time at school or perhaps that long vacation your family went on has taken a toll on the momentum of attending school for your pre-schooler. Let’s take a look at what separation anxiety

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19
Oct

2018 K2 Camp – Camp UNIty

It’s the time of the year again! Our K2s went for their K2 Camp – Camp UNIty for 2 days 1 night on 12-13 Oct 2018. A combined K2 camp with all our eight Kiddiwinkie campuses, the K2s gathered together at Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse @ Newton and headed to Camp Challenge Sembawang for a fun-filled day of activities, team bonding and
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2
Aug

‘Books and Looks’ Charity Yard Sale at Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse @ The Grandstand

As part of the Early Childhood Development Agency's (ECDA) Start Small, Dream Big initiative, Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse @ The Grandstand executed a charity yard sale. Titled “Books and Looks”, we aim to raise funds for our beneficiary, Jamiyah Nursing Home. In preparation for the event, our parents and children donated books and clothes. We collected them in big tubs! By the
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13
Jul

‘Share the Love’ Charity Carnival at Kiddiwinkie Schoolhouse @ ENV

As part of our ENV campus’ Start Small Dream Big project – an initiative by the Early Childhood Development Agency – our ENV campus organized a ‘Share the Love’ Charity Carnival on the 7th of July 2018. ‘Share the Love’ Charity Carnival was set up to raise funds for the Children’s Cancer Foundation. It was prepared by our teachers and
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23
May

Ask the Expert : How Do I Encourage My Son to Share?

  One moment your toddler couldn’t care less who plays with his toys, and the next he’s howling at anyone who touches his teddy. This is a situation that perplexes most parents, and rightly so. Sharing is a lifelong skill. The sooner your toddler starts grappling with it, the better. As such, two questions of utmost importance must be answered;

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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! The carnival’s theme was Fairytales / Disney characters, and our mommies turned up dressing in different Disney characters with their little ones. From
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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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