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Pacifier - Benefits, Safety and Weaning

Pacifier - Benefits, Safety and Weaning

Although pacifier use in infancy is encouraged, it's best to wean your child off the pacifier between two to four years old, or even earlier. Help your baby safely use a pacifier and then as he/she grows older, gradually reduce his/her reliance on it. While the pacifier can be a source of comfort to your infant, as he/she grows older you may want to wean him/her off it to avoid misaligned teeth and getting ear infections.

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Tips to Supervise Screen Time

Tips to Supervise Screen Time

With families spending more time at home, you may also have increased your child’s screen time, especially with the focus on home-based learning during Circuit Breaker. Where possible, try to follow the WHO’s guidelines for screen time, but do focus instead on quality screen time. This includes video calls to grandparents and friends, but also learning new skills like kid-friendly coding. Additionally, learn how to keep your child safe from inappropriate content online.

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Learn by Playing - Activity Sets for 4 - 6 Year Olds

Learn by Playing - Activity Sets for 4 - 6 Year Olds

Children can learn and improve their skills with these activity sets and aids, whether it's math, creativity, drawing or engineering. With assorted activity sets, fun games and toys, your children can pick up essential skills and improve others. Hone your children’s skills with these fascinating games, puzzles and activity kits for four to six years old. Aside from developing math, engineering and creative skills, they can also build up their fitness, coordination and endurance by playing outside.

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Postnatal Changes - What New Mums Can Expect

Postnatal Changes - What New Mums Can Expect

After delivery, mums can expect several postnatal changes, including hormonal, physical and emotional - learn how to deal with these. Some postnatal changes you’ll experience soon after delivery, such as postpartum bleeding or pain, while others may last months after you’ve given birth. Learn how to manage these symptoms and when you should get medical assistance.

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Baby Skincare - Caring for Your Infant's Sensitive Skin

Baby Skincare - Caring for Your Infant's Sensitive Skin

As part of caring for your baby, learn what materials might irritate your baby's skin and chemicals to avoid in baby skincare. Protect your baby’s sensitive skin from potential irritants and allergens - learn how often to bathe and change your baby. Additionally, we’ve included a list of possibly harmful ingredients to watch out for in your little one’s skincare products, as well as materials that may irritate your baby’s skin. Moreover, we’ve also included some picks for safe baby skincare.


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Pacifier - Benefits, Safety and Weaning

Pacifier - Benefits, Safety and Weaning

Although pacifier use in infancy is encouraged, it's best to wean your child off the pacifier between two to four years old, or even earlier. Help your baby safely use a pacifier and then as he/she grows older, gradually reduce his/her reliance on it. While the pacifier can be a source of comfort to your infant, as he/she grows older you may want to wean him/her off it to avoid misaligned teeth and getting ear infections.

Read More...

Tips to Supervise Screen Time

Tips to Supervise Screen Time

With families spending more time at home, you may also have increased your child’s screen time, especially with the focus on home-based learning during Circuit Breaker. Where possible, try to follow the WHO’s guidelines for screen time, but do focus instead on quality screen time. This includes video calls to grandparents and friends, but also learning new skills like kid-friendly coding. Additionally, learn how to keep your child safe from inappropriate content online.

Read More...

Learn by Playing - Activity Sets for 4 - 6 Year Olds

Learn by Playing - Activity Sets for 4 - 6 Year Olds

Children can learn and improve their skills with these activity sets and aids, whether it's math, creativity, drawing or engineering. With assorted activity sets, fun games and toys, your children can pick up essential skills and improve others. Hone your children’s skills with these fascinating games, puzzles and activity kits for four to six years old. Aside from developing math, engineering and creative skills, they can also build up their fitness, coordination and endurance by playing outside.

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Postnatal Changes - What New Mums Can Expect

Postnatal Changes - What New Mums Can Expect

After delivery, mums can expect several postnatal changes, including hormonal, physical and emotional - learn how to deal with these. Some postnatal changes you’ll experience soon after delivery, such as postpartum bleeding or pain, while others may last months after you’ve given birth. Learn how to manage these symptoms and when you should get medical assistance.

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Baby Skincare - Caring for Your Infant's Sensitive Skin

Baby Skincare - Caring for Your Infant's Sensitive Skin

As part of caring for your baby, learn what materials might irritate your baby's skin and chemicals to avoid in baby skincare.Protect your baby’s sensitive skin from potential irritants and allergens - learn how often to bathe and change your baby. Additionally, we’ve included a list of possibly harmful ingredients to watch out for in your little one’s skincare products, as well as materials that may irritate your baby’s skin. Moreover, we’ve also included some picks for safe baby skincare.

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