Confidence is a key ingredient for effective communication, as it allows your child to express themselves clearly and assertively. Speaking with confidence not only enhances their ability to convey their thoughts and ideas but also enables them to engage and inspire others.

Memory plays a crucial role in our daily lives, enabling us to retain information, recall past experiences, and learn new things. However, many students struggle with memory lapses and forgetfulness, which can hinder productivity and overall cognitive functioning. The good news is that...

The PSLE is the first, and one of the biggest milestones in Singaporean education. If you’re reading this, then congratulations on passing one of the most stressful events in your child’s education!

Human beings are social creatures. And a child’s social development is a critical part of growing up.

Generation Z is the first generation never to know the world without the internet. And their parents – us – as it turns out, would be the last few to have a claim to childhoods that are ‘low-tech’. And now, we have the responsibility to parent the first batch of ‘high-tech’ kids.

The term ‘growth mindset’ has been gaining in popularity over the decade. What exactly is it, and how does it benefit your child and his learning?

One of the first questions we googled when we became parents would most likely be: “What to feed my child?”

It is one of the most useful skills in writing stories, undoubtedly. But how to use it?

Every story needs a hero – so make it a good one.