The power of choices
Endorsed by many teaching philosophies, offering choices to young children is a powerful way to improve communication, reduce tantrums (yes we can end those power struggles!), foster creativity and teach them responsibilities! By toddlerhood, they begin to develop independence and
Did you know? There are over 25,000 children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Hong Kong. As we celebrate #AutismAcceptanceMonth, let's look at what Autism is 👇 There use to be various classifications on the "severity" of Autism, such as Aspergers (referring to a
Emotions & Play
As some of our children are returning back to school, have you noticed any changes in their behaviours, emotions, and the way they play? Are they overjoyed to see their friends, or are they anxious to be surrounded by peers? Process
What are Open-Ended Toys?
We love open-ended toys as they can be played in different ways driven by your child’s creative mind and wild imagination! Think of doll houses 🏠, wooden blocks, pretend food 🥑, they can be played however the child wants and
Social Play whilst #SocialDistancing
"Play is the highest form of research", according to Albert Einstein. Once thought of as mindless fun, playing actually serves a significant role for children by encouraging them to explore, learn, and grow 🌱 Through play, children can learn about 🔭
The Power of Pretense.
What is pretend play? Also known as imaginative play, it serves a critical role in a child’s social and interpersonal skills. Whether your child feeds a doll, or pretend she’s in space talking to aliens, she’s engaged in a form of social