5 Reasons to Instil Malaysian Patriotism in Young Children — And How

As Malaysia’s 64th Independence Day draws near, many of us feel excited to renew our patriotic spirit to celebrate Merdeka. Fostering a sense of patriotism in Malaysia means educating oneself on the country’s history, heritage, cultural and ethnic diversity. Inculcating patriotism from a young age comes with a list of lifelong benefits that enable children … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Instil Malaysian Patriotism in Young Children — And How

Parenting Tips in the Age of Preschool Online Learning

Navigate the pandemic with resilience to manage your mental, physical and emotional health as well as your children’s educational needs and overall well-being. Behind the closed doors of many households across the country during this pandemic are scenes that look almost as if they came out of movies. With preschool and workplace closures in place, … Continue reading Parenting Tips in the Age of Preschool Online Learning

Different, Yet the Same: Teaching Diversity to Children

Diversity means differences that come in the forms of race, culture, language, religion, age, abilities and many more. It is an important topic that needs to be taught with tact due to a myriad of reasons often tied to contextual sensitivity. Researchers and educators across the world are outlining ways that best help impart diversity … Continue reading Different, Yet the Same: Teaching Diversity to Children

20 Deeds in 20 Days with Q-dees #20Qdeeds20Days

Nurturing Character through Small Acts of Kindness Character is an essential aspect of early childhood development. At Q-dees, we continuously strive to create fun and meaningful learning opportunities that inculcate good character values for our children. From school celebrations to special events, these experiences aim to equip children with values that inspire them to become … Continue reading 20 Deeds in 20 Days with Q-dees #20Qdeeds20Days

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