Getting your child to listen doesn’t have to be a battle. Here are 10 ways to teach your toddler the skills they need to be a great listener.
Are you a mom with several young children? Want more time for yourself? Michelle Lim-Chua shares her secret to setting a “Nap Time” that will work for you.
Dinnertime doesn’t have to be dreadful! Follow these simple alternative, healthier versions of original recipes – kids (and even adults) won’t know the difference!
While a child’s growth may seem to slow during the toddler years, it’s still very important to have a balanced diet. Senior clinical dietician Wendy Yeow shares what a tot needs to eat on a daily basis.
What happens when a vivacious, slightly dramatic 7-year-old tries her hand at fasting for the very first time?
Ever had one of those incidents where your two-year-old tot decided to have a tantrum in public? Development psychologist Siew Ju Li offers ways of handling these meltdown moments.
Zan Azlee wants his daughter to grow up and be intelligent, outspoken and witty. But he doesn’t want her to become a smart alec!
Sharing is caring, but a little one’s natural impulse is to hang on to his or her stuff. Here are a few tips on teaching children to share.
Broccoli is packed with fiber, nutrients and natural goodness. From pizza to cheesy bites, here are 10 great recipes that will make it easier for you to feed your tots broccoli.
This year, in conjunction with World Digestive Health Day on May 29, we shine the spotlight on a common gastrointestinal complaint amongst kids: constipation. Here’s the low down on what causes constipation in your child, and what you can do to prevent it.