Every time the holidays come around, most parents are cracking their heads thinking about fun activities to fill up all those days ahead! Fret not, as the editorial team at Kids Clinic has you covered. Ranging from craft-related activities to cooking and even exploring our Little Red Dot, here are some of the activities that
Happy holidays little ones! In a blink of an eye, June holidays have arrived and school’s out! Nevertheless, we should try to stay at home in light of the current Covid-19 situation where community transmission is evident. Dearest parents, are you feeling stressed as to how you can keep your child occupied during the holidays?
The March school holidays are right round the corner, but with the Covid-19 situation still at DORSCON orange, many parents are most likely thinking of how best to spend this holiday week in a fruitful manner for their children. With the help of our PDs Dr Chua Xiuzhen and Dr Dave Ong, we have curated
Teething When Can I Expect My Baby to Start Teething? The first baby tooth sprouts around 6 months of age. By 3 years old, a complete set of 20 milk teeth will have appeared. However, there are exceptions where some babies are born with a tooth or teeth called natal teeth. Teeth which develop within
Play: How Your Child Plays from 0-5 Years Types of Play Stages in Children As your child grows, they will develop emotionally, socially, intellectually and physically through a series of sequential stages. Play requirements will then vary according to age and the child’s developmental level. Play should advance accordingly as your child moves through these
Play: Impact on Child Development Play is an important part of children’s development. Play is an integral part of a child’s development. It helps in their overall development by promoting physical, mental, social and emotional growth. Furthermore, repetitive play can help children master a few different skills. Play can be more constructive when parents get involved
Helping Your Child Learn Children these days tend to have an even busier schedule than adults, with their days filled to the brim with various activities from piano lessons to swimming classes. Parents hope these learning activities would give their children a head start in life. While some parents try to make the most out
Helping Your Baby to Walk When Will My Baby Start Walking? Babies develop at their own pace. Typically, they start cruising (holding onto furniture to walk sideways) from 8 – 12 months old, and start walking from 10 – 15 months. These ranges provide a guideline to baby’s development. If your baby is delayed in