0-3 Years Old: Scientific Techniques Explained to Parents Simply (Online)
Parents play a critical role in shaping a child’s future and enriching their learning journey. The first 1,000 days of a child’s life is the golden window of opportunity for their development. At this stage, children are absorbing everything they see, hear, touch, taste, and smell.
In a poll conducted by NTU, over 95% of parents regret not spending enough time with their children during the early years. Relationship development, bilingual language development, all have their foundation started in a child’s first 3 years, and once missed, this optimal window of learning will be lost. In order for a child to grow and learn well, it is important that we look at the child's holistic development which covers the physical, intellectual, emotional and social developmental areas.
Understand your toddler's temperament
Develop an intimate bond with your baby
Develop your toddler's social and emotional skills
Cognitive Development - Learning & Perception
(2-3 years old)
How do you support your child’s cognitive, perception and motor skills? Learn to anticipate your toddlers actions before their reactions, and engage them in meaningful activities.
(1-2 years old)
Your active child is starting to want to take charge, they want to try everything and do everything on their own. How do you connect with them now? Enter their world, and understand their actions from your child’s perspective.
Early Experiences Matter
Attend each of the above workshop, and you will be included in our parenting talk on the strategies on how to maximise the learning potential of your child during 0 to 3 years old. Understand the importance of early involvement and how parents can make full use of your child's various critical milestones development.
$20 for each workshop. (Inclusive of GST)
Date: 25 July (Saturday)
Time: 4 - 6pm
Our Early Experiences Matter parenting talk will be held from 3-4pm on the same day as well.
This workshop is taught online due to the current COVID-19 situation.
Who should join?
Parents with children between 0 to 3 years old.