5 Engaging Ways to Stay Home with your Child

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5 Engaging Ways to Stay Home with your Child

Learning from Home during COVID-19

In millions of homes globally, the #stayhome and #workfromhome (WFH) culture has already kick-started during these uncertain times of COVID-19. Parents are now extra-superheroes, having to juggle work commitments and family at the same time. Here’s how you can keep your child engaged by providing them with the best resources that will help them continue learning, dreaming, creating and just being children! Let’s navigate this #stayhome culture together.

Picasso it.

Adorable little sisters painting

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Purchase creative staples such as paint, brushes, coloured pencils, markers and drawing blocks. Children are visual beings and drawing activities will get those creative juices going. Pick an item in the house, a room, a toy or a plant and let them study the item or environment before bringing it to life on a blank canvas. It’s about introducing them to a different perspective of an everyday item/view, yet allowing them to remain creative in their own environment. 

Marie Kondo it.

Marie Kondo - This Sparks Joy

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Not all lessons need to be academic; it’s important to instill some life lessons that we want our children to learn. Doing chores can be a fun and learning experience when it’s done together! Let’s show them how to fold their clothes neatly and tuck it away, sweep and mop the floor to ensure cleanliness or even prepare simple meals with supervision. Now that we are all home, let’s look at this time as an opportunity to teach them these invaluable skills to instill responsibility and independence. 

Walt Disney it.

Simba, Pumba and timon montage from The Lion King

via Giphy

Storytelling plays an essential role in the growth and development of your child. The books they read and the characters they learn about grows on them. It even helps with their language and learning, coping with feelings and boosting their confidence levels. Pay close attention to your child’s reaction to stories; it will show you how engaged they are. A little busy with WFH commitments? Fret not, for the time-being, Amazon’s Audible allows your child to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, for FREE. Let your child explore the collection and start listening!

Android/ iOS it.

Little girl playing puzzle games on iPad

via Giphy

Parents’ sentiments towards digital gadgets can be polarised. We often worry about -how much is too much screen time? Instead, let’s focus on the balance that gadgets can bring in order to boost your child’s learning capacity and keep them occupied at the same time. Explore learning activities, stories, music, education films, podcasts and much more, and start relying on digital media, strategically. 

(The Rock) it.

Mother exercising with kids at home

via Giphy

Getting in some Pilates, Kickboxing, Strength-training or Yoga at home? Try to include your active little ones into your workout routine. Physical activity is a vital component in your child’s development as it helps with a balanced lifestyle, strength and improved concentration. Start with movements like planks, push-ups, lunges, stretching and child’s pose (perfect!) as we take on the day’s activities with energy and focus.

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5 Engaging Ways to Stay Home with your Child

Learning from Home during COVID-19

In millions of homes globally, the #stayhome and #workfromhome (WFH) culture has already kick-started during these uncertain times of COVID-19. Parents are now extra-superheroes, having to juggle work commitments and family at the same time. Here’s how you can keep your child engaged by providing them with the best resources that will help them continue learning, dreaming, creating and just being children! Let’s navigate this #stayhome culture together.

Picasso it.

Adorable little sisters painting

via Giphy

Purchase creative staples such as paint, brushes, coloured pencils, markers and drawing blocks. Children are visual beings and drawing activities will get those creative juices going. Pick an item in the house, a room, a toy or a plant and let them study the item or environment before bringing it to life on a blank canvas. It’s about introducing them to a different perspective of an everyday item/view, yet allowing them to remain creative in their own environment. 

Marie Kondo it.

Marie Kondo - This Sparks Joy

via Giphy

Not all lessons need to be academic; it’s important to instill some life lessons that we want our children to learn. Doing chores can be a fun and learning experience when it’s done together! Let’s show them how to fold their clothes neatly and tuck it away, sweep and mop the floor to ensure cleanliness or even prepare simple meals with supervision. Now that we are all home, let’s look at this time as an opportunity to teach them these invaluable skills to instill responsibility and independence. 

Walt Disney it.

Simba, Pumba and timon montage from The Lion King

via Giphy

Storytelling plays an essential role in the growth and development of your child. The books they read and the characters they learn about grows on them. It even helps with their language and learning, coping with feelings and boosting their confidence levels. Pay close attention to your child’s reaction to stories; it will show you how engaged they are. A little busy with WFH commitments? Fret not, for the time-being, Amazon’s Audible allows your child to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, for FREE. Let your child explore the collection and start listening!

Android/ iOS it.

Little girl playing puzzle games on iPad

via Giphy

Parents’ sentiments towards digital gadgets can be polarised. We often worry about -how much is too much screen time? Instead, let’s focus on the balance that gadgets can bring in order to boost your child’s learning capacity and keep them occupied at the same time. Explore learning activities, stories, music, education films, podcasts and much more, and start relying on digital media, strategically. 

(The Rock) it.

Mother exercising with kids at home

via Giphy

Getting in some Pilates, Kickboxing, Strength-training or Yoga at home? Try to include your active little ones into your workout routine. Physical activity is a vital component in your child’s development as it helps with a balanced lifestyle, strength and improved concentration. Start with movements like planks, push-ups, lunges, stretching and child’s pose (perfect!) as we take on the day’s activities with energy and focus.

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5 Engaging Ways to Stay Home with your Child

Learning from Home during COVID-19

In millions of homes globally, the #stayhome and #workfromhome (WFH) culture has already kick-started during these uncertain times of COVID-19. Parents are now extra-superheroes, having to juggle work commitments and family at the same time. Here’s how you can keep your child engaged by providing them with the best resources that will help them continue learning, dreaming, creating and just being children! Let’s navigate this #stayhome culture together.

Picasso it.

Adorable little sisters painting

via Giphy

Purchase creative staples such as paint, brushes, coloured pencils, markers and drawing blocks. Children are visual beings and drawing activities will get those creative juices going. Pick an item in the house, a room, a toy or a plant and let them study the item or environment before bringing it to life on a blank canvas. It’s about introducing them to a different perspective of an everyday item/view, yet allowing them to remain creative in their own environment. 

Marie Kondo it.

Marie Kondo - This Sparks Joy

via Giphy

Not all lessons need to be academic; it’s important to instill some life lessons that we want our children to learn. Doing chores can be a fun and learning experience when it’s done together! Let’s show them how to fold their clothes neatly and tuck it away, sweep and mop the floor to ensure cleanliness or even prepare simple meals with supervision. Now that we are all home, let’s look at this time as an opportunity to teach them these invaluable skills to instill responsibility and independence. 

Walt Disney it.

Simba, Pumba and timon montage from The Lion King

via Giphy

Storytelling plays an essential role in the growth and development of your child. The books they read and the characters they learn about grows on them. It even helps with their language and learning, coping with feelings and boosting their confidence levels. Pay close attention to your child’s reaction to stories; it will show you how engaged they are. A little busy with WFH commitments? Fret not, for the time-being, Amazon’s Audible allows your child to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, for FREE. Let your child explore the collection and start listening!

Android/ iOS it.

Little girl playing puzzle games on iPad

via Giphy

Parents’ sentiments towards digital gadgets can be polarised. We often worry about -how much is too much screen time? Instead, let’s focus on the balance that gadgets can bring in order to boost your child’s learning capacity and keep them occupied at the same time. Explore learning activities, stories, music, education films, podcasts and much more, and start relying on digital media, strategically. 

(The Rock) it.

Mother exercising with kids at home

via Giphy

Getting in some Pilates, Kickboxing, Strength-training or Yoga at home? Try to include your active little ones into your workout routine. Physical activity is a vital component in your child’s development as it helps with a balanced lifestyle, strength and improved concentration. Start with movements like planks, push-ups, lunges, stretching and child’s pose (perfect!) as we take on the day’s activities with energy and focus.

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5 Engaging Ways to Stay Home with your Child

Learning from Home during COVID-19
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In millions of homes globally, the #stayhome and #workfromhome (WFH) culture has already kick-started during these uncertain times of COVID-19. Parents are now extra-superheroes, having to juggle work commitments and family at the same time. Here’s how you can keep your child engaged by providing them with the best resources that will help them continue learning, dreaming, creating and just being children! Let’s navigate this #stayhome culture together.

Picasso it.

Adorable little sisters painting

via Giphy

Purchase creative staples such as paint, brushes, coloured pencils, markers and drawing blocks. Children are visual beings and drawing activities will get those creative juices going. Pick an item in the house, a room, a toy or a plant and let them study the item or environment before bringing it to life on a blank canvas. It’s about introducing them to a different perspective of an everyday item/view, yet allowing them to remain creative in their own environment. 

Marie Kondo it.

Marie Kondo - This Sparks Joy

via Giphy

Not all lessons need to be academic; it’s important to instill some life lessons that we want our children to learn. Doing chores can be a fun and learning experience when it’s done together! Let’s show them how to fold their clothes neatly and tuck it away, sweep and mop the floor to ensure cleanliness or even prepare simple meals with supervision. Now that we are all home, let’s look at this time as an opportunity to teach them these invaluable skills to instill responsibility and independence. 

Walt Disney it.

Simba, Pumba and timon montage from The Lion King

via Giphy

Storytelling plays an essential role in the growth and development of your child. The books they read and the characters they learn about grows on them. It even helps with their language and learning, coping with feelings and boosting their confidence levels. Pay close attention to your child’s reaction to stories; it will show you how engaged they are. A little busy with WFH commitments? Fret not, for the time-being, Amazon’s Audible allows your child to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, for FREE. Let your child explore the collection and start listening!

Android/ iOS it.

Little girl playing puzzle games on iPad

via Giphy

Parents’ sentiments towards digital gadgets can be polarised. We often worry about -how much is too much screen time? Instead, let’s focus on the balance that gadgets can bring in order to boost your child’s learning capacity and keep them occupied at the same time. Explore learning activities, stories, music, education films, podcasts and much more, and start relying on digital media, strategically. 

(The Rock) it.

Mother exercising with kids at home

via Giphy

Getting in some Pilates, Kickboxing, Strength-training or Yoga at home? Try to include your active little ones into your workout routine. Physical activity is a vital component in your child’s development as it helps with a balanced lifestyle, strength and improved concentration. Start with movements like planks, push-ups, lunges, stretching and child’s pose (perfect!) as we take on the day’s activities with energy and focus.


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45 Burghley Drive
#01-02/03
Singapore 559022

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday
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Friday 8AM to 1PM

Contact Us

+65 6287 2322
info@chickyolive.com
chickyolive@gmail.com

Stay Connected

Location

45 Burghley Drive
#01-02/03
Singapore 559022

Contact Us

+65 6287 2322
info@chickyolive.com
chickyolive@gmail.com

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday
8AM to 4PM
Friday 8AM to 1PM

Stay Connected