BRICKS N CUBES As the cafe’s name ‘Bricks N Cubes’, one can easily relate to Lego. It is located at The Cathay, accessible to all. Not only children are fascinated by Lego, many adults build and collect Legos. The bricks we see today was launched in 1958, which is more than half a century. Surprisingly, this ‘toy’ never loss its
by Kien Travelling with baby is tough. Travelling on plane with them can be… suicidal, especially if the baby or kid is not yours! (So do not sit at the first row with the leg room if you want a restful flight! because that’s where babies will most likely be!) Here are some tips to keep
Asian Children’s Festival 2011: Bring your kids! Click here for schedule and more information!
Here something useful for parents: We are very pleased to invite you to join us for the upcoming NUS Lunchtime Forum – Conflicts and Challenges: Increasing Children’s Capacity to Learn and Experience Life featuring Ms Susan Kaiser Greenland, J.D and Dr Lynette Tay Su-Mien. The forum will focus on ways to optimize children’s experiences in