PARENTS

PARENTS

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  1. FILE PHOTO: Frenchman Vincent Fichot and Italian Tommaso Perina pose for Reuters in Brussels

    EU lawmakers urge Japan to end parental child 'abductions'

    The European Parliament urged Japan to comply with international rules on child protection and to allow for joint parental custody after a number ...
  2. Family pic

    Stressed out, mum and dad? This free app includes tips from a 'parent whisperer'

    Parents need a lot of help during these times, and the Family5 app includes content from 50 experts from Singapore and around the world.
  3. Activities for the family

    Home-based school holidays: Parents, here are some activities for the kids to enjoy

    While everything outside might be closed, there’s still a whole bunch of fun activities to keep you and your kids entertained during the May ...
  4. Best Preschools in Singapore

    We’ve shortlisted 10 of the best local and international preschools in Singapore

    From state-of-the-art facilities to award-winning curricula, here's why these preschools are so popular with parents.
  5. Portly papa No more home delivery Hero

    Getting your kids to appreciate homecooking starts with Deliveroo

    In this week’s Chubby Hubby, Portly Papa column, Aun Koh rediscovers the joy of cooking for the children.
  6. Cooking with kids

    Make cooking with kids a way to bond and impart life lessons

    In this week’s Chubby Hubby, Portly Papa column, Aun Koh says spending time in the kitchen with your little ones provides life lessons for you as ...
  7. how to stop your kids racking up charges from mobile games CNA Lifestyle

    Are your kids racking up charges from mobile games? Here’s how to fight back

    A very handy to guide fighting bait apps on devices from Apple, Google and Amazon – and a little parenting tip.
  8. chubby Hubby Portly Papa Bak Kwa CNA Lifestyle

    When your child loves two things about CNY: Hongbao and bak kwa

    In this week’s Chubby Hubby, Portly Papa column, Aun Koh embarks on the Great Bak Kwa Sampling of 2019 – orchestrated by his eight-year-old.
  9. Nathanael, aged five years and one month, is sent to take a train by himself for the first time.

    Are Singaporean pre-schoolers more independent than we think they can be?

    It’s been said before that Singaporeans tend to be helicopter parents. But one group of parents have decided to let go, and send their tiny tots ...