“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” Want to get your child interested in reading from a young age? Here’s how: 1. Make reading a part of everyday life Make it a point to incorporate reading into your child’s routine! Play audiobooks in car rides, keep children’s books in the living room and read with your … Continue reading 5 Tips to Get Your Child Interested in Reading With You!
In the spirit of inspiring our children to grow up and become smart, selfless, and confident individuals, here are a few reasons why character building is important to instil from a very young age, and some tips for you to impart good character in your child! Let us get started! Respectfulness comes from within The … Continue reading Let’s develop your child’s character through Character Building!
Often overlooked and dismissed due to its nature as a hobby, arts and crafts have more appeal to it than just vibrant colours and eccentric pieces of work. Studies have proven that art can create well-rounded, empathetic people, therefore it is important for parents to pay attention to their child’s growth and development through art … Continue reading Here are 5 Ways Arts and Crafts Can Positively Aid Your Child’s Growth
Have you ever huffed in frustration when someone mentions anything science-y? That is understandable; science can be quite intimidating, but it does not need to be anymore. Science is embedded in the fabric of our existence: from the ground that we walk on, to the food and drink we consume daily, and to the sky … Continue reading Looking for the Fastest Way to Teach Your Child Chores? This Tip is a Lifesaver!
Have you heard that the Ministry of Transport is making child safety seats mandatory in Malaysia by law in 2020? If you don’t own a child restraint system yet, it’s time to start looking into one! Here’s why child safety seats are critically important for your little one: 1. Seat belts are not designed for … Continue reading Did You Know Child Safety Seats Will Be Compulsory in Malaysia by 2020?
Building a Positive, Trusting and Transparent Relationship with Your Child – Part 2 Welcome back dedicated mummies and daddies! Kudos to you for making it through this long week. Parenting is a labour of love, dedication and most importantly, highly rewarding. A couple of months ago we started on this series on how to build … Continue reading Building a Positive, Trusting and Transparent Relationship with Your Child – Part 2
Let’s face it. Being a parent is tough. As much as we want it, there is no diploma or degree in ‘parenting’ that could prepare us for this journey of a lifetime. Everyone learns the same way – we learn as we grow, and we grow as we learn. Bringing this back to the heart … Continue reading Building a Positive, Trusting and Transparent Relationship with Your Child – Part 1
The beginning of school can be very exciting for some children, but for others, the thought of walking into a classroom full of new faces can be very scary. So what can a parent do to help their children feel confident and loved as they embark on this life-changing journey? You can start by encouraging … Continue reading 5 Encouraging Messages for Your Child Who Just Started School
Here we go again! As promised, here is the second part of Overcoming Obstacles in Fulfilling your Children’s New Year Resolutions. Don’t forget to read the first part of this article here: http://www.qdeesblog.com/overcoming-obstacles-in-fulfilling-your-childrens-new-year-resolution-part-i/. Read more books in a month The challenges Is your child clocking in more leisure time with the TV, Ipad, and … Continue reading Overcoming Obstacles in Fulfilling your Children’s New Year Resolutions – Part II
Wow, guess what? Time really flies! You know the drill…it’s that time of the year where New Year resolutions are being concocted! While it’s good for one to make promises in the name of self-improvement, for parents, you may want to remember that you have another responsibility besides coming up with your own resolutions, and … Continue reading Overcoming Obstacles in Fulfilling Your Children’s New Year Resolutions – Part I