Hope Channel Singapore
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This is the official Telegram channel for Hope Channel Singapore, producers of "Creatures, Teach Us" and more. Visit us at https://HopeChannel.sg
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Melbourne-based clinical psychologist Dr Andrew Fuller believes that everyone possesses genius—that is, natural talent—in different areas. His vision is for every child to have their individual strengths acknowledged and developed by the adults around them.

Discover how to identify and learn how to cultivate your child’s “smarts”.
What’s the difference between a turtle and a tortoise?

🐢 Chun Yin, Juncheng, and Audrey get curious about sea turtles on the shores of Singapore and learn the importance of slowing down and not rushing.

DOWNLOAD 👍 the Sea Turtle theme family fun pack with puzzles, family activities, and more

Follow Hope Channel Singapore for family activities, parenting tips, and more!

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Take time every day to have a conversation with your kids. The time of day is different for everyone. For some, the prime opportunity is on the ride to and from school. Others converse best as a family at the dinner table. Take notice of when your kids feel the most comfortable opening up to you.
Not everything happens when we want them to.

WATCH 🌈 Evan, Katelyn, and Meghan meet the ‘kings’ of Singapore’s skies and discover what patience really means in the real world.

DOWNLOAD 👍 the Kingfisher theme family fun pack with puzzles, family activities, and more

Follow Hope Channel Singapore for family activities, parenting tips, and more!

Website: https://hopechannel.sg/creatures-teach-us/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HopeChannelSingapore
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hopechannelsingapore/
WhatsApp Broadcast Channel: https://wa.me/6598680004
Telegram Broadcast Channel: https://t.me/hopechannelsg
With the year-end school holidays around the corner, lots of families are making plans for travel. Long journeys can be made more bearable by teaching kids how to be patient.

Find out what one mom did.
Being patient and being quiet tend to go hand in hand, don't they? The Patience Game is a simple and effective activity that teaches kids the importance of not interrupting others and waiting for the right time to speak.

Find out how to play this game
WATCH 💪🏽 From one of the world's most threatened species, Mattheus, Jonathan, and Sara learn how to have a thick skin when kids are being mean.

DOWNLOAD 👍 the Pangolin theme family fun pack with puzzles, family activities, and more

Follow Hope Channel Singapore for family activities, parenting tips, and more!

Website: https://hopechannel.sg/creatures-teach-us/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HopeChannelSingapore
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hopechannelsingapore/
WhatsApp Broadcast Channel: https://wa.me/6598680004
Telegram Broadcast Channel: https://t.me/hopechannelsg
A child’s ability to “bounce back” from tough times or life’s challenges determines just how resilient they are. Resilient kids don’t give up. Instead, they learn and grow through the difficult times.

Want to find out more about building resilience in children? Read on to find out the obstacles preventing our children from becoming resilient, as well as 5 simple things we can adopt to help our children.
To raise strong, confident kids, it is essential to teach assertiveness. An assertive child knows how to stand up for themselves (and others) without being hurtful or mean to anyone. Their ability to say "no," communicate clearly, and maintain positive relationships meets their own needs as well as those of others.

Read 5 ways to raise confident kids.
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Communication is two-way. Asking too many questions may make kids feel like they are being interrogated. Let them know about your day by opening up to them. They love hearing about what you did while they were in school.
Don't be too quick to judge others as mean or silly.

WATCH🦇 Jhanvi, Effie, and Wei Zhen learn how having a different perspective helps us understand others bat-ter (better).

DOWNLOAD 👍 the Bat theme family fun pack with puzzles, family activities, and more

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Teaching perspective-taking to younger children can be challenging. Many researchers have stated that conceptual thinking develops, earliest by age 7-8. However, evidence of conceptual awareness has more recently been revealed in preschoolers and as early as the ages of 2-3.

Read how we can teach our children to take others’ perspectives and improve their perspective-taking abilities
Raising children with the ability to empathise is key in creating a kinder, more compassionate and loving world.

Read 5 easy ways to teach children compassion and empathy
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Going for a walk, cooking together, or just watching a movie can help inspire conversation. Sometimes just letting kids know you’re there to talk can be the best advice, and when they’re comfortable, they will start the conversation.
Do you ever feel like there is just not enough time to do it all?

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Do you remember a time when your child...lied? Teased a friend? Had a public meltdown?

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We are excited to announce that our favorite children's series is now available with Mandarin subtitles! Follow the adventures of our group of kid hosts and their animal friends as they explore and discover the world around them. Get inspired and learn something new today!

Watch season 1 of “Creatures, Teach Us!” now with added Mandarin subtitles.
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Watch love bloom this Mother's Day with our "Thank you for helping me grow” colouring card printable! Watch the sun unfold into a beautiful heart, symbolizing the warmth and love our mums, grandmas, aunts, or any special mum figures give us every day!

How to make:

1. COLOUR however you like. Remember to write who it’s for in the sun.

2. CUT along the outline of the hearts.

3. GLUE the two hearts together. The coloured side faces outwards.

4. FOLD in half. The bouquet is on the inside.

Download this lovely craft - https://bit.ly/428wHPB