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Growing up, but not willing to walk. How to improve the children’s twisting and hugging habits?

Source: Psychotherapist, Lee Wai Tong At the age of one, children gradually learn to walk. At first, children will be very excited to explore everywhere. But gradually, they will ask adults to hold them and not be willing to walk by themselves. Parents will be feeling headaches, sometimes the child may be really tired, and sometimes they just want to be held out of a sense of affection. What can parents do when their children ask for a hug? Some parents have mentioned to me that their children couldn’t walk when they were one year old, but they wanted to walk very much. When they learn to walk later, they especially like to walk at that

How to help children who are rather clumsy?

Family Marriage & Art Therapist, Ko Wing Oi (Wendy) Parents often mention that their children are clumsy, often tripping or dropping things easily. This is related to hand-eye coordination and even the development of finger muscles. Many toys are now designed to train a child’s finger muscles from as early as a few months old. Many parents are aware that various games can train finger muscles. But besides finger muscles, how can we train children to handle, grasp, or manipulate objects using their fingers? Balance is also crucial. In fact, many toys can help train balance, and finger muscles can be developed in the process. For example, stacking games with different shapes, sizes, colors, and numbers

Dual Efforts Lead to Faster and Better Learning for Children

Written by: Education Expert, Principal Kenneth Law We all understand that each student is an independent individual, so the speed of learning varies. However, if there are methods that can make children learn faster and better, it is undoubtedly something both parents and teachers would be pleased to see. How to help children learn faster and better is also a topic of research for many scholars. One key factor affecting the speed of a child’s learning is the amount of existing knowledge they possess. Existing knowledge refers to what the child has learned and mastered, not only the knowledge acquired in school but also part of the knowledge gained in daily life. Learning is like building

Children Falling Ill While Traveling – What to Do? 

Written by : Doctor Cheung Kit The year-end is a season of mixed emotions, with both joy and pain. The pain may come from children having exams or working parents being busy with the year-end matters for their companies. The joy lies in having a longer holiday, providing an opportunity for travel and relaxation. However, many parents are actually anxious because they have planned a trip with their children, and the concern arises: What if the child falls ill during this time? If it’s an accident or a serious illness, the trip will inevitably be canceled. The bigger issue is when the child gets a minor illness, and there’s a fear it might affect the travel

Growing up, but not willing to walk. How to improve the children’s twisting and hugging habits?

Growing up, but not willing to walk. How to improve the children’s twisting and hugging habits?

Source: Psychotherapist, Lee Wai TongAt the age of one, children gradually learn to walk. At first, children will be very excited to explore everywhere. But gradually, they will ask adults to hold them and not be willing to walk by themselves. Parents will be feeling headaches, sometimes the child may be really tired, and sometimes they just want to be held out of a sense of affection. What can parents do when their children ask for a hug?Some parents have mentioned to me that their children...
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How to help children who are rather clumsy?

How to help children who are rather clumsy?

Family Marriage & Art Therapist, Ko Wing Oi (Wendy)Parents often mention that their children are clumsy, often tripping or dropping things easily. This is related to hand-eye coordination and even the development of finger muscles. Many toys are now designed to train a child's finger muscles from as early as a few months old.Many parents are aware that various games can train finger muscles. But besides finger muscles, how can we train children to handle, grasp, or manipulate objects using their fingers? Balance is also crucial.In...
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Dual Efforts Lead to Faster and Better Learning for Children

Dual Efforts Lead to Faster and Better Learning for Children

Written by: Education Expert, Principal Kenneth LawWe all understand that each student is an independent individual, so the speed of learning varies. However, if there are methods that can make children learn faster and better, it is undoubtedly something both parents and teachers would be pleased to see. How to help children learn faster and better is also a topic of research for many scholars.One key factor affecting the speed of a child's learning is the amount of existing knowledge they possess. Existing knowledge refers to...
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Children Falling Ill While Traveling – What to Do? 

Children Falling Ill While Traveling – What to Do? 

Written by : Doctor Cheung KitThe year-end is a season of mixed emotions, with both joy and pain. The pain may come from children having exams or working parents being busy with the year-end matters for their companies. The joy lies in having a longer holiday, providing an opportunity for travel and relaxation. However, many parents are actually anxious because they have planned a trip with their children, and the concern arises: What if the child falls ill during this time?If it's an accident or a...
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Being a parent can be stressful; it’s important to manage anxiety promptly

Being a parent can be stressful; it’s important to manage anxiety promptly

Source: Psychiatrist Dr. Wong Chun YinAs parents, we have to juggle work and family responsibilities. Under significant stress, it's easy to experience anxiety. Anxiety is a natural, built-in response, and it can protect us when our lives are threatened. However, excessive worry can lead to physical discomforts like a racing heart, stomachaches, muscle tension, rapid breathing, headaches, trembling hands, sweating, or frequent urination. If not addressed in a timely manner, it can lead to more serious emotional issues and can also affect family relationships.Here are three...
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How to deal with young children who are unwilling to sleep on their own and wake up in the middle of the night looking for their parents?

How to deal with young children who are unwilling to sleep on their own and wake up in the middle of the night looking for their parents?

Source : Registered Clinical Psychologist, Yiu Fong LeeMany parents experience headaches when their children have trouble sleeping at night. This could be because the children either refuse to sleep or insist on having their parents with them while they sleep. Some children even wake up in the middle of the night and cry unless they find their parents. What methods can help children learn to sleep better or fall asleep on their own?First, parents need to understand that a child's poor sleep habits or refusal to...
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How can I avoid being biased when caring for two children?

How can I avoid being biased when caring for two children?

Source: Registered Clinical Psychologist, Yiu Fong LeeParents are sometimes overwhelmed when faced with two children. For example, when the older sibling comes to you, the younger sibling is crying. Often, we only care for the younger sibling and neglect the older one, who may say that the parents are biased and only care for the younger one. How do we try to balance the care between the two children and make them feel equally loved?In the case of the above, perhaps when an older sibling comes...
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“I’m so tired” How to improve the feeling of tiredness?

“I’m so tired” How to improve the feeling of tiredness?

Written by: Chinese doctor Yiu Yee Chiu   As a parent, it can be exhausting to take care of a family and work. In my spare time, I like to watch talk shows and listen to the unique views of celebrities on life and their outlook on life. Once they talked about the busy life of Hong Kong people and how fatigue seems to be an inevitable "by-product". However, we were told that we are not tired because we are all like that and it is...
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Letting go and letting your child become an independent person

Letting go and letting your child become an independent person

Written by: Founder & Volunteer Director of Good Love Passion            Lam Ho Pui Yee   From childhood to adulthood, independence does not happen overnight. From the cradle to society, this journey is made up of countless small steps, and every small step in a child's development is an opportunity for parents to learn to let go.    Because we can't be with our children all our lives and take care of them until they grow old, we as parents should know how...
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Information of Application

Information of Application

Application to 2024-2025 K1 Admission We start welcoming application to 2024-2025 K1 Admission. Methods of application: 1) Apply in-person 2) Download the application form and return it by mail 3) Online submission(Please browse our school website) 1st round interview date:Saturday, 4th November, 2023(Please find the interview details in your invitation letter) Application to 2023-2024 Admission or Transfer Admission Parents are welcome to call us at 2635 9433 to check our the vacancies for application to 2022-2023 admission or transfer admission. Methods of application: 1) Apply in-person 2) Download...
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