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Protect Your Child From Sexual Abuse

To safeguard children from sexual predators, parents would need to step up to educate kids about sex and create safe environments for them in their daily lives.


Simple, Practical Money Lessons for Young Children

Financial literacy and good money habits are best cultivated at an early age Here are some simple but effective “money lessons” that you can teach your little ones every day.


What are the Habits You Like to Instill in your Children?

It is vital to encourage good habits of children in their early years. The habits that they've learned during this phase will stay with them for the rest of their life.


Parenting a Special Needs Child

A child with special needs gets help from a variety of medical professionals, one of them being the occupational therapist. This article will help parents to better understand what their child’s occupational therapist is aiming to achieve.


Why Can’t My Child Talk?

If your child is not on track with the milestones of speech and language development, you should talk to your child's pediatrician.


Nurturing Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): At Home and In School

In conjunction with World Autism Awareness Day 2016 on April 2, here are some pointers for parents and teachers by child psychologist Tan Chee Ern.


Parenting 6 7 8

Parenting 678 provides simple guidelines for parents to foster a greater relationship bond with their kids for first 6 years, second 7 years, third 8 years until they reached adulthood at age 21.


Ask The Expert - Lying Kid

Kiddy123's resident expert, Prof. Dr. Eric Lim takes on your questions about parenting and childcare.


TV: Good or Bad for Kids?

Are you concerned about how much time your child spends watching TV or movies? Although some screen time can be educational, it's easy to go overboard and this could affect their development and well-being.


Brain Dominance

It is common to hear about “right-brained” or “left-brained” individual. This is called “brain dominance,” meaning that an individual has a natural preference for processing information on one side of the brain.