Effective Parenting in the Primary Years



Be at this forum for a head start towards better understanding and managing your children for primary school.


A panel of family advocators will be sharing on:

  1. How your home can help your child to flourish 
    Understand a child’s stage of development and how the right nurturing can set the right environment for your child to flourish. Listen in and get pointers on what’s good and what’s not for your child at home.


  2. The role of mom & dad in nurturing kids in their primary school years 
    Find out more about the role you play in inspiring your child to take up new challenges. Also learn the difference in approach to apply to sons and daughters.


  3. Helping your child succeed in primary school
    Understand the success factors that surround your child during his/her primary school years. Learn tips that will be crucial in guiding your child through his/her learning and discover how good communication between teachers and other parents can also contribute to your child’s holistic development.


Register now for this forum at  http://bit.ly/effectiveparenting and stand a chance to win a family holiday at Angsana Hotel & Resorts in Bintan!  Contest open only for early registration received and paid by 31 Oct 2014.

More details on http://www.familylife.sg/


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Parenting Tips

We need strong parenting skills and also learn from experts. In order to provide good and effective parenting lessons to our kids; otherwise they are suffering from negative thoughts, bad habits and many more. So we should learn some crucial facts from this article about how to develop our parenting skills and build a suitable bond with baby.