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8 Ways to Raising Happy and Healthy Kids

Here are eight parenting talks to help you in your day-to-day life, in raising happy and healthy children. Parenting talks cost $20 and have a limited space of 40 participants. ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL receive door gifts worth $50

Developing Creativity in Your Kids

Sep 27, 12.30pm to 2pm
With the recent announcement by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to introduce changes in the national education curriculum, parents now must embrace a new educational paradigm – one that moves away from simply learning and controlling facts, to one that develops a widely-varied range of personal skills. Education Success Coach Jason Ng of MindChamps will show the importance of imagination.

Sleep Well to Live Well

Sep 27, 12.30 to 2pm
This talk helps parents understand the importance and strategies for good sleep. Sleep for babies assists in brain development, proper learning, and to a certain extent, social adjustment. And, since growth hormones are released during sleep, the child is given developmental and growth values as well. Associate Professor Daniel Goh Yam Thiam will be speaking.

The Power of Fathers

Sep 27, 6.30pm to 8pm
Children benefit when both father and mother are active players in parenting. In this talk, we will take a look at why fatherly involvement does matter in rearing children. It will look at various fathering styles and its impact on a child’s development. Mr Wong Suen Kwong of Centre for Fathering and Mr Peter Tan, Head of Bancassurance at United Overseas Bank, will speak.

Workshop with Dr Thomas Armstrong – Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing: Making Words Come Alive

Sep 28, 2.30pm to 4pm
The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing: Making Words Come Alive workshop with Dr Thomas Armstrong helps children to develop literacy skills by linking words to images, music, logic, emotions, physical expression, social context, oral language, and nature.

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Nurturing an Early Reader and Raising Your Child the “Smarter Way”

Sep 28, 4.45pm to 6.30pm
This workshop has two components:  Raising Readers – to impart beneficial pre-reading skills to children, and Raising Your Child the Smarter Way – guest speaker Mr Peter Tan will share insights. Ms Stephanie Tan and Mr Lim Sieu Pin, both from the National Library Board, will also speak.

Tackling Your Child’s Digestive Problems the TCM Way

Sep 28, 6.30pm to 8pm
Experienced Eu Yan Sang physicians give you advice on how to help your child’s digestive problems. Senior physician Wu Min and physician Lin Jiayi will give advice on gastrointestinal issues, poor appetite and constipation.

Workshop with Dr William Sears: attachment parenting & handling gassy and high-need babies

Sep 29, 1.30pm to 3.30pm
This talk comes in 2 sessions. Attachment Parenting: This is a must-attend workshop for parents-to-be and new parents who want to find out exactly what parenting is about and the important steps toward building strong parent-child relationships. Handling Gassy & High-Need Babies: High-need babies and toddlers crave touch and motion; they can’t self-soothe, have difficulty sleeping, need to be nursed often, are difficult to feed and it’s often intense, draining and demanding on the caregivers. Learn about handling gassy and high needs babies in this workshop.

Raising a Healthy and Happy Baby

Sep 29, 10.30am to 12pm
A healthy baby is a happy baby. Physical and emotional health can work mutually to enhance each other. The most important part of raising a happy child is to bond with your child through play with them. If you would like to learn from a professional on the proven ways in raising a healthier and happier baby, attend this workshop. Dr Varsha Atul Shah, Senior Consultant in Neonatal and Developmental Medicine from Singapore General Hospital (SGH) will speak.

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