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Building a Key Capabilities for Life: Cultivating Executive Functioning Skills in Early Childhood

Author: Professor Alex Chi-keung CHANDean and Professor of t…

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Learning Modes for Toddlers and Early Scientific Exploration

Author: Dr. Paul Yau Ho WongAssistant Professor at Tung Wah College (School of Art Humanities) Infants are born with an …

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Top 10 Myths about Early Speech and Language Development

Author: Karen KEISpeech and Language Therapist 1. Learning more than one language causes language delay False. Bilingualism itself does not …

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Top 10 Tips to Facilitate Language Development

Author: Karen KEISpeech and Language Therapist Face-to-face …

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Signs of Language Delay

Author: Karen KEISpeech and Language Therapist Receptive language delay is when a person has difficulty understanding spoken words and language …

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Screen Time and Early Language Development

Author: Karen KEISpeech and Language Therapist Screen time refers to the duration of time that is spent with any screen …

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Using Drama as an Education Tool to guide children through toilet training

Author:  Miss Yannie Yan Yi SOLecturer in Early Childhood Education, Tung Wah College Self-care skills are important for infants and …

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The Power of Shared Reading

Author: Karen KEI Speech and Language Therapist Shared reading is an interactive reading experience that happens when the children join …

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Top 10 Myths About Bilingualism

Author: Karen KEI Speech and Language Therapist Bilingualism refers to an individual or groups of people who acquire communication skills …

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Early Language Development Milestones

Author: Karen KEI Speech and Language Therapist By 6 months, babies usually make sounds such as cooing, gurgling and babbling …

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Top 10 Toys to Facilitate Language Development​

Author: Karen KEI Speech and Language Therapist When considering what toys to get for your child, make sure you look …

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Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis in Children – recognizing and responding

Author: Agnes LEUNGAssistant Professor, Department of Paediatrics, CUHK Food allergies are becoming more prevalent in our communities. In Australia, one in every ten young children is currently afflicted. Normally, your immune system protects you from pathogens and illness. It aids in the battle against bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that might make you sick. If

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Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis in Children – recognizing and responding

Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis in Children – recognizing and responding What is food allergy? A: Normally, your immune system protects you from pathogens and illness. It aids in the battle against bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that might make you sick. If you have a food allergy, your immune system wrongly perceives anything in a

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Oral Health Habits for Babies and Toddlers: Building the Foundation for a Lifetime of Healthy Smiles

Author: Dr. Chiu Chi Yin Eugene Dental Surgeon Ensuring the oral health of our children from a young age is essential in providing them with a strong foundation for a lifetime of healthy smiles. In this article, we will provide vital oral health habits practical tips based on reputable dental journals, both from Western and

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Oral Health Habits for Babies and Toddlers: Building the Foundation for a Lifetime of Healthy Smiles

Oral Health Habits for Babies and Toddlers: Building the Foundation for a Lifetime of Healthy Smiles Should I use fluoride toothpaste for my baby or toddler? A: Fluoride is an essential ingredient in toothpaste, and it helps prevent tooth decay. However, you should use a small amount of fluoride toothpaste, about the size of a

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Learning Modes for Toddlers and Early Scientific Exploration

Author: Dr. Paul Yau Ho WongAssistant Professor at Tung Wah College (School of Art Humanities) Infants are born with an inherent curiosity, which is a part of human behaviour from the moment of birth. They are like “emerging scientists” who eagerly seek to explore and gather information about the world using their senses—vision, hearing, touch,

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