Public vs Private Kindergartens in Malaysia: Choosing the Right One

Kindergartens lay the foundation for a better tomorrow. UNICEF describes kindergartens as the seeds of blooming daisies where children’s talents, abilities, and skills are nurtured to realise their full potential.  Even though preschool education is not compulsory among Malaysian children, the enrollment rate of children into preschools in Malaysia is continuously increasing. This indicates that … Continue reading Public vs Private Kindergartens in Malaysia: Choosing the Right One

Teaching Children About Money & Financial Literacy

The Cover photo is by Suzy Hazelwood from Pexels The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released a study in 2017 and found that one in five students lack basic financial knowledge. This would mean poorer financial choices into adulthood, such as:  Spending more than they earn Using credit to finance liabilities Occasionally overdrawing their bank account … Continue reading Teaching Children About Money & Financial Literacy

How to Help Your Child Cope with Their Studies

The COVID-19 pandemic suspended schools and preschools in many parts of the world, disrupting young children’s learning experiences. What has transpired of this inactivity is a loss of interest in studies among children.  This article talks about how you, as a parent, can help your preschooler cope with their studies by motivating them and keeping … Continue reading How to Help Your Child Cope with Their Studies