The Activity That Builds Brain Connectivity

In study after study, science repeatedly confirms that sports, exercise, and physical activity are good for the brain. Sports and Physical Activity are Important for Brain Development and Academic Performance Exercise Makes You Smarter – Here’s Why If You Only Do One Thing for Your Brain, It Should Be This Exercise Builds Better Brains We’ve […]

Events: Move It Movement @ Sunway Pyramid – 9-11 December 2016

Sports and physical activity are important for brain development, academic achievement in school, and it makes us smarter. In fact, if there is only one thing you can do for your brain, it should be exercise. Here’s how you can inculcate some good habits for physical activity and movement this holidays with the help of Cartoon […]

Ready Steady Go Kids!

Physical activity has been linked to many benefits for the developing child: it makes them smarter it can predict academic achievement it’s good for the brain it helps with emotional wellbeing it helps children develop social skills it’s good for overall health Declining Levels of Physical Activity in Children Unfortunately, for various reasons, there has […]

Activities: Yuber Sports Weekend

Sports is not only a great way to help children build character, but it is also great for brain development and academic performance. If you’re not sure what sports to get your child involved in, try this one… YUBER Sports Weekend is a programme that focuses on building character and social skills for kids 8 years old […]

Outdoor Activities for Children: Orienteering

What is Orienteering? Orienteering is an activity requiring orienteers to find specific sites in the landscape using a detailed map and compass. Orienteers must visit each control site and verify their visit by collecting unique markers from each control site in the course. The route between the control sites is not specified and it is up to the orienteers to navigate […]

Resources: Teach Your Baby to Swim

I thought it was about time we updated this one since there are a lot more resources out there now… I have written about teaching babies to swim and you can find those articles here: How to Teach Your Baby to Swim Teach Your Baby to Swim – Part 1 Teach Your Baby to Swim […]

Physical Development: Making an Obstacle Course for Home Play

I’ve been inspired by The Curious Academy to create an “obstacle course” for the boys at home. Of course, with our limited space and resources, it will be nothing like the one at The Curious Academy (or Gymboree, for that matter) since foamnasium, climbing ladders, and gorilla playsets are either too expensive and/or impractical for our setup. A long time ago, […]