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Published 14 June 2020 at 16:45
The Face-to-Face Year-round Study Camps by the British Council return with a bang, following months of strict quarantine rules on account of the pandemic. Having first been established in Singapore in 1947, the British Council currently operates in six continents and over 100 countries. Widely regarded as a global “go-to” for the ultimate English cultural, language and art experience, the British Council Singapore beckons with its holistic offerings for children and adults of all levels from beginners to advanced learners. The summer camps are open for enrolment from 15 June 2020 to the final week of 24 August 2020.Read
Published 05 June 2020 at 03:54
If there is anything parents constantly need, it’s a well-deserved minute to themselves. And there is no better idea than opting for a fun activity kit to get different components, colourful toys and a comprehensive guide all in one box. With a variety of options of craft and educational kits on the market, product reviews and customer ratings, we know how hard it can be to come up with ideas to entertain your child. We have tested plenty of kits and rounded up a thoughtfully curated selection of incredibly fun and captivating kits for kids. There is something for every tiny toddler, little kid or slightly older children, that are as playful as they are educational.
Published 01 June 2020 at 07:05
In today’s particularly fast-paced world, online programmes have taken a significant hit and every day Singapore seems to bring major new children's virtual workshops, summer holiday courses and camps. So if you want the up-to-the-minute updates and information crucial for your child for this summer season, now is the time to read the article, as TickiKids has brought our readers the second part of the top online programmes in Singapore.Read
Published 05 May 2020 at 05:56
Being cooped up at home for an indefinite period of time and keeping positive, when you and your spouse work from home and need to supervise the children all the time, daily life may become overwhelming for all family members. It seems like the whole world has effectively stopped spinning and the coronavirus outbreak poses lots of tricky questions: how to cope with concerns about your work and finances, stay in the know and look out for yourself and your loved ones, maintain healthy relationships with friends and relatives, home-school children whilst trying to work, maintain good physical and mental wellbeing, vary your family activities and a range of other issues.Read
Published 13 April 2020 at 16:17
To keep kids entertained and happy whilst staying at home, our leading editors have handpicked a selection of some exciting local virtual activities, covering everything from dancing, board games, fun Maths apps, online interactive children's parties to starting a blog. Whatever you are doing, please keep yourself and others safe.
Published 03 April 2020 at 03:54
In Singapore, the lockdown has certainly changed our lives. In these unsettling times, it would be all too easy to succumb to the temptation to reduce time for learning and give yourself over to housebound lethargy. For our children at different stages of lockdown, now it’s more important than ever to stay occupied and active at home. If your kids are starting to go a little stir crazy, these online educational programmes are the perfect antidote. Equally engaging and fun, your little ones' minds will be in a better place in no time.
Published 25 March 2020 at 23:02
Singapore isn't short of children's gymnastic clubs promoting confidence, health and wellbeing. Gymnastics is an immensely popular sport and it has always played a significant role in a truly holistic development of every child. All sports clubs are keen to stress that gymnastics is not just suited to athletes. It provides opportunities to engage everyone through a diverse and challenging sport experience at all ages across all abilities. Recognising the significant mental and physical benefits that emerge by participating and competing in sport, the majority of parents go on to send their kids to gymnastic schools. Whether your child is an aspiring Olympian or complete newbie, or it's for a social and recreational purpose, we've handpicked a selection of the best gymnastic classes for kids in Singapore.
Published 20 March 2020 at 17:23
While staying at home we can do all that stuff that we have been always postponing, can read books that we were not able to finish because of the lack of time, can spend time for self-improvement, and finally, we can visit all the world famous museums with just a push of a button.
Many museums granted us this opportunity, a chance to visit expositions of original art objects that are of cultural and historical importance. And this without leaving the comport of your home.
So, all museums in one place in a comfy chair.
Published 18 March 2020 at 19:36
Coding is not rocket science today. Robots are futuristic no more – they delve into our lives with astonishing speed. There is no such thing as "too early" for learning how to communicate with digital technologies. Highly qualified and experienced tutors and well-thought-out programs can kindle the interest to codе even to 4-years old.
Add here the growing importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines and the utility of the coding and robotics classes becomes clear. And they are not limited by studying coding languages or robotics! It is the perfect place to experiment with ideas, hone an impressive skill set, learn foundational concepts in engineering and physics, and flex creativity. And, let alone educational point of the classes, it is a great place where kids can develop their social skills. Coding and Robotics classes encourage teamwork to complete different missions,as well as be attentive and disciplined.
When do children study the most efficiently? When they are having fun, of course!
And we at TikkiKids have handpicked the most entertaining, educatory and interesting coding and robotics classes for kids in Singapore. All these classes are conducted by skillful and experienced professionals who are passionate about their work and pay attention to the level and needs of every student.Read
Published 25 February 2020 at 07:37
As we come out of the dog days of winter, what better way to herald spring than searching for the ultimate children's camp to fully immerse your little one in a particular activity during the upcoming holidays. Our annual guide, which reveals this year's best March holiday programmes in Singapore is out today.