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How To Use Bar Modelling To Solve Problem Sums

Do you have trouble teaching your child the bar modelling method? Here are 5 easy video tutorials from Seriously Addictive Maths to help you.

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Relieve Motion-Sickness With Sea-Band

Are you planning for a holiday? What’s your biggest worry when you travel? For many, it is experiencing motion sickness during travel! How can you combat it?

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Parenting Without Punishment: Is It Really Possible?

Non-punitive parenting uses positive parenting to teach and guide children. How can we guide children without punishment? Here are 5 steps to ensure how.

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Money Management For Kids: 11 Teaching Strategies

Having a clear perspective on personal wealth helps in self management and planning ahead. What are some hands-on ways that kids can learn about money?

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The Challenge Of Getting Your Child To Eat A Balanced Meal

Do you find it challenging to get your child to take in more vegetables and fruits? Does he enjoy eating junk food compared to wholemeal products? You can help your child meet his daily nutrition now!

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Is Your Child A Leader Or A Bully? [Part II]

In Part I, we spoke on the five warning signs parents can learn to recognise if their child is a bully. Here are 7 important tips on how you can teach your child to be a leader, not a bully.

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11 Things Parents Can Do To NOT Stress Their Kids

Generally, anxiety, expectations, and stress are associated with examination. Are you relieving exam stress for kids or are you guilty of over-stressing your kids?

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New Primary One Mother Tongue Curriculum In 2015

Do you have a child who is going to Primary One next year? You may want to take note of the new mother tongue curriculum, which will be implemented in 2015.

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How Parents Can Support Children with Dyslexia

Is your child dyslexic? Your involvement is crucial when it comes to your child’s achievements and their attitude towards dyslexia remediation. Here’s how you can further support your child.

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Reflecting On MH17: A Teacher’s Invalubable Lesson To His 9 Year Old Students

What happens when a new training teachers asks his class of Primary 3 students to reflect on the recent MH17 plane crash? You’ll be shocked at the student’s responses.

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