Kids Friendly Restaurant: Starz Restaurant

Kids Friendly Restaurant: Starz Restaurant

Starz Restaurant   Hard Rock Hotel, Starz Restaurant, is located in a centralised location at Sentosa. This means you are minutes away from some of the region’s top attractions, such as Universal Studios Singapore® and S.E.A. Aquarium™, as well as Asia’s flagship of the world-renowned ESPA.       International Buffet Dining This colourful and

A 3-Year Old Kid did something amazing that made everyone give him a standing ovation!

A 3-Year Old Kid did something amazing that made everyone give him a standing ovation!

The kid is just too cute! He is so eloquent for his age. Can you imagine a 3-year-old standing in front of thousand of audience with no stage fright? He is not even affected by the audience’s and judge’s reactions!  What he said at the end is just totally amazing and touching. If you like

Preparing your 3-year-old (or younger) for a birthday party

Preparing your 3-year-old (or younger) for a birthday party

by Kien Recently, we have been receiving a quite a few enquiries and bookings for 3-year-olds so I thought I should discuss a little on this subject: Preparing your 3-year-olds (and younger) for a birthday party. Before I continue, I must say that every child is different so the following advice applies to most kids but

Learning should be fun!

I always think learning should be fun, no matter what topic it is! Making learning enjoyable will have a positive reinforcement on the child and hence encourage them to discover more on their own! Here’s 10 ways (for parents or educators) to make learning fun: http://www.articlesbase.com/education-articles/10-ways-to-make-learning-more-fun-for-children-242096.html

Conflicts and Challenges: Increasing Children’s Capacity to Learn and Experience Life, 22 June 2009

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