Lego learning

Lego has been long-cherished by children all over the world, but could these colourful blocks also help children with autism build their social skills? Priya Kulasagaran learns more about Lego therapy Observing two young...

When “cute” is be a problem

We often look at children who are small in size and comment on how cute they are. However, as Joanna Lee finds out, this cuteness might be related to growth disorders which need to be quickly dealt with Growth disorders ...

5 signs of good gut health

Does your child have a big, round tummy? Children with round tummies may look cute to us. However, it may be a sign that your child’s gut health has been compromised. On the contrary, a healthy child’s gut would also...

Insurance for the unborn

Two new insurance plans seek to give protection to young ones from the womb itself, as well as offer much needed support to children living with developmental conditions. Priya Kulasagaran takes a closer look at these ef...
Shrugging off stereotypes

Shrugging off stereotypes

Mainstream children’s media is still lacking in positive portrayals of gender for young girls and boys. Priya Kulasagaran digs up some classic books and movies which challenge traditional gender roles for children. If ...