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5 Activities For Toddlers at Home

The best activity for a toddler is to venture out into the playground, meet other toddlers and make friends. Interacting with other children will greatly assist in the child’s physical, social, emotional and linguistic developmental skills.
However, sometimes that is not at all possible for working parents or even some stay-at-home mums. If indoor activities are all that can be achieved, here are some activities that you may wish to consider.


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5 Tips In Making Your Home Montessori Friendly


#1. Provide a small work table for your child

Provide a small work table for your child to do things that you would do in the kitchen.

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#2. Use a Shelf for Children’s Toys...

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International Day of Charity

How did it start?

The International Day of Charity is celebrated annually every 5th September. It was declared officially by the UN General Assembly in 2012. The day itself was founded through a Hungarian civil society initiative with the support of the Hungarian Parliament and Government in 2011.

5th September is the selected date as it commemorates the anniversary of the passing away of M...

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Eid al-Adha: "The Feast of Sacrifice"

Eid al-Adha or the Feast of Sacrifice, is celebrated by Muslims all over the world as a major holiday for a period of three to four days. The majority of Muslims will attend the special prayers held at different major mosques and Islamic centres in the United States and all over the world.

Muslims usually wear new clothes and some exchange gifts while children are entertained and take a day off from school, including college students. Many Muslims also do not go to work on that day.

When asked a...

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Malaysia National Day

National Day is celebrated every year in Malaysia on the 31st of August to commemorate the momentous occasion when the Federation of Malaya achieved independence from British rule in 1957. On the 30th of August, Malaysia’s then Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman took to the Royal Selangor Club Padang, now known as the Merdeka square at 11.58pm and observed two minutes of darkness. At the stroke of midnight, the Union Jack was lowered and raised with the Flag of Malaya. The morning after, Tunku Abdul Rahman read aloud the Proclamation of Independence, followed by seven chants of Merdeka, with the crown at the square joining following each chant. The moment is cons...

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