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Tips by Baby Bonus Parenting Resources
Child Development, Child Nutrition, New Parents

Tips by Baby Bonus Parenting Resource (Aug)

Are you a parent or caregiver of young children between 0 to 6 years old? Click here to access parenting resources at your fingertips!

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NLB Book Recommendations for August 2019
Child Development

NLB Book Recommendations for August 2019

​NLB Book Recommendations for Children and Teens!

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Building Resilience in Kids Starts with Parents
Parent-Child Relationships, Child Development, Teenage Issues

Building Resilient Kids Starts with Parents

For children to be resilient to setbacks and challenges, the first step is for parents to reframe how they perceive failures. 

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It's OK to Fail
Parent-Child Relationships, Teenage Issues, Child Development

It's OK to Fail

​Failing is an experience and lesson in itself. It helps our children to progress on their own and teaches them to overcome problems by coming up with creative solutions. 

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Help Your Teen Flourish Beyond School Grades Through Grit
Parent-Child Relationships, Teenage Issues, Child Development

Help Your Teen Flourish Beyond School Grades Through Grit

Passion and perseverance are  major factors in cultivating success. Here are tips on how parents can encourage their teens to flourish in their interests. 

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Dealing with childrens fears through theatre
Child Development

Dealing with children's fears through theatre

​Coping with anxiety is never easy, even more so for young children. Esplande shares how theatre is one useful way parents can help little ones overcome their fears and uneasiness.

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UnCaging the sounds in music with kids
Child Development

UnCaging the sounds in music with kids

​A musician, educator, and mother, Natalie Alexandra Tse shares with us how John Cage's philosophies of sound and music inspired her shows which encourage young children to experience varied sound-making process.

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Baby Steps into the Arts
New Parents, Child Development

Baby Steps into the Arts

Esplanade shares with us the arts and science behind the enjoyable performances for little ones.

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