Western children’s financial awareness education

Western children’s financial awareness education Written by: Johnny Kwan, Curriculum Director of the International Gifted and Talented Development Education Institute Education experts in the West believe that children should start learning financial knowledge from the age of 3 and have developed educational plans for various age groups, which can be referenced by Hong Kong parents. Age 3: Recognize coins, understand their values, and differentiate between paper money and coins. Age 4: Learn to use money to buy simple items like crayons, small toys, and snacks. It’s best for parents to be present when making purchases to prevent businesses from taking advantage of children. Age 5: Understand that money is earned through labor and engage in basic

The four major preparations for enrolling in first grade

The four major preparations for enrolling in first grade Source: Senior Parenting Education Expert Bally In fact, preparing for the transition to first grade can be more stressful and time-consuming. If you were to ask me, I would recommend that parents should start from Pre-Nursery to “analyze first and then plan.” But how to analyze first? Many parents are not entirely clear about the various types of schools in Hong Kong. For instance, we have traditional government-subsidized schools, Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) schools, private schools, and international schools. What are the differences between these types of schools? What are their educational philosophies? What is the ideal type of school for parents based on their financial situation

Be a parent with multiple expressions and poses!

Be a parent with multiple expressions and poses! Written: Founder & Volunteer Director of Good Love Passion, Lam Ho Pui Yee When a child is around 6 months old, they start babbling, constantly making sounds and single words. They also enjoy playing with toys that make sounds. However, even before they learn to speak, they already understand how to communicate with the people around them using crying, sounds, facial expressions, gestures, or body language. In fact, children first learn to communicate with people using facial expressions and gestures, then they learn verbal communication, and finally, they learn to communicate through text. Therefore, accurately recognizing other people’s facial expressions helps in assessing their emotions and attitudes, thus

Did not take medicine when sick, waiting for the body to recover on its own and then develop antibodies?

Did not take medicine when sick, waiting for the body to recover on its own and then develop antibodies? Source:Pediatric Specialist Doctor, Chiu Cheung Shing When children get sick, some parents may become very anxious and immediately take their child to the doctor or give them medicine. However, some parents believe that if they wait for a while, the child will naturally recover. In reality, this approach is somewhat correct to a certain extent. For mild illnesses like the common cold or cough, allowing the child to rest can help them develop some antibodies that can protect them from future infections. However, parents should be aware that not all illnesses can be treated this way. For