Social & Emotional | Tween & Teen

WHO’s Guidelines For Screen Time For Children

WHO's recommendations on screen time bear a striking similarity to guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in 2016. AAP recommends that children under 18 months should get no screen time at all. And children aged between 2 and 5 should limit their use to an hour.

Sex Education: Talking To Your Child About Sex

Difficult, but it's necessary Sex discussion is never too early to start. Talking about it (early) can make a big difference in helping them a)...

Restricted Movement: Screen Free Activities You Can Do At Home With The Kids

To help curtail the spread of COVID-19, the government has decided to implement Movement Control Order (MCO). The order involves the closure of all...

Teaching Kids Impulse Control

Understanding Impulsive Behaviour A child with impulsivity is s/he who acts too quickly without putting much thought into their action. Impulsive behaviour can affect any...

Home Education Accelerator - Training Program for Parents & Carers

Learn how to offer Future-Oriented Personalised Holistic Home Learning! You can easily support your children's learning at home - without any planning or disruptions to your everyday family life!

Active Learning Booster - Training Program for Early Childhood & Primary Teachers

Online Interactive Teacher Training Program to help you offer Future-Oriented Early Childhood and Early Primary Education based on Active Experiential Holistic Learning!

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