Christmas has always been a favourite season in the household . It is not just about the Christmas gifts we receive and give , but about the blessings of the season and the origin of Christmas to celebrate the Birth of Christ. It is also a season where many celebrate regardless of religion . Christmas is a time for many to mark the end of the year , a time to check if a child is naughty or nice ( for the presents) and an opportunity for families to gather.
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What mark do you see when you receive your child's test paper?
"Well done 99/100!"
"All the mugging and study session works!"
"What a relief , exam is over. As long as you did your best , results are irrelevant ."
"It's a miracle ..."
"Only 99/100 , why so careless? "
If your response is the last one, read on...
When the month of November pass, one eagerly awaits the start of the Christmas Season. To soak into the atmosphere and get into the Christmas spirit, we gleefully accepted the invitation from Shangri La to attend the Gingerbread House Workshop.
It's time to create our very first Gingerbread house!
Being a travel family lifestyle blog, it is an understatement to say that we love travelling and sharing our experiences. We had wrote about various countries and recommended places to stay . As a local , we do take the occasional staycations to experience life in Singapore as a 'tourist' . Being avid travellers who source the internet for travel tips , we thought our insights will be useful for tourists travelling to Singapore too.
Have your child read the tale ' Charlotte's Web'?
The tale written by E.B. White in 1952 is considered one of the essential readings for kids throughout the world. Spinning a web of friendship and hope, this magical story endures through the passage of time and is still one of the more popular book a parent would reach for their school going kids. With over 45million copies sold, it is considered a must read book. Today it is even incorporated to local primary school reading programs. To see the story coming alive on stage would be a great way to tell the tale to the younger ones.
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In the blink of an eye, the year had passed us by. Once again, we are heading towards the end of the year. This will be the time most kids (and parents) would look forward to. With six weeks of vacation , it would be quite tough to keep them occupy during this time... unless you have a big list of Holiday Activities for kids.
If We were to sum up what Thinkasaur is all about in one line, that would be it .
Thinkasaur is a subscription base science experiments that aims to bring science to your doorstep on a monthly basis. Created with the aim to help children gain critical thinking. , innovation and problem solving skill through science based hands on activities.
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Heading to Perth this year end holiday?
Perth is the most underrated city in Australia. When it comes to planning a holiday for kids in Australia, most would choose the bustling Sydney or the adrenaline theme park filled Gold Coast as choice destination. Perth is probably the fourth or fifth city, one would consider for holidays in Down Under.
Not too long ago , the only way for people to watch the latest programs was on the telly. Before the days of smart phones, WiFi and 4g connectivity, the major source for static entertainment was at the living room where the 29-inch TV sits. Those days, cable TV was the norm and there were a dearth of on-demand shows available .
Hands up parents . Do you 'play' the game Good Cop , Bad Cop when it comes to parenting ?
Amidst the show of hands , my pair of hands will be up in the air . Good Cop , Bad Cop had been played often in the household . Being the guy with the brute personality , it is not hard to see who is the bad cop. A disciplinarian by default , my bellowing voice could be heard when things gets out of hand in the household.