Your Preschool Questions Answered: Part 4

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Your Preschool Questions Answered: Part 2

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Your Preschool Questions Answered: Part 3

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Your Preschool Questions Answered: Part 1

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A Review of Little Green House’s Literacy Programme

As parents, we are always on the lookout for tips on how to be a good parent, and how to give the best to our precious young ones. Young children are raring to explore, experiment and experience everything that their environment has to offer. It is the ideal time to try and teach them language or social skills, because children can readily absorb and retain information. Experts say that language skills, in particular, should be fostered from a young age – we live in a world of words, and children need the proper tools and foundation to communicate effectively in future. Read more

[Online Exclusive] How to Raise Tolerant Children

Today marks Racial Harmony Day in Singapore – a time to reflect and celebrate the diversity in Singapore’s multicultural society. For parents, it is important to raise children who are respectful of other people’s differences, so we have some tips and ideas you can do with your little ones to mould them into tolerant individuals. Read more

Developing Your Preschooler’s Pre-Writing Skills

Give your preschooler’s printing skills a big boost with MH’s letter-perfect approach. Read more

8 Reasons why Preschool Education is Important

Have you ever wondered why so much emphasis is placed on preschool education? MH finds out why. Read more

Language Immersion Programmes

Exposing junior to multiple languages via language immersion programmes offered by schools fuel their learning motivation. Read more

Experts Say – Getting Your Child to Listen

My daughter who is now four has begun to tell me that I keep telling her what to do and don’t give her choices. There are many times when she refuses to listen to me, even when I try to reason with her. Getting her to clear her toys can sometimes turn into a full-blown argument. How can I get her to listen to me without seeming too overbearing? Read more