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We can all be heroes

We Can All Be Heroes

“Role-modelling is one of the most powerful tools that parents can use to transfer good manners and the proper values to our children. A good role model helps influence and shape children’s behaviour and decisions in relating to others as their world extends beyond the home, teachers and other persons in the community, including celebrities and characters on media.” - Dr Georgina Gozo-Oliver Child Psychiatrist

Superhero me

Because superheroes make great role models, here’s an activity to take role-modelling to a fun, new level! Get your child to perform 6 tasks, each of them delivering a value that the superhero version of themselves should possess. Once all the tasks are completed, your child will achieve superhero status, and you can reward him with a DIY cape and headband, or any reward of your choice.

We can all be heroes-play
Print out this activity poster, stick it on the wall, and guide your child along the tasks to superhero-dom!

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Sense and abilitie

Sense And Abilities

“Nature’s diversity is such a rich resource for exploration and sensory learning, offering stimuli for our 5 senses and allowing our brain to give these sensations meaningful interpretations. Symbolic learning, for example, from the television or books would never equal to the experience of being there in the midst of nature! Watching a documentary about a camping trip to the jungle or forest would not be the same as actually being on the trip and feasting the senses on all the sights and sounds. When our children spend time with nature, they learn to respect and appreciate it. They are much healthier, developing gross and fine motor coordination, enjoying their outdoor activities and learning skills. They learn to socialise and interact, sharing and building relationships.” – Dr Aw Tui Lar, Consultant Psychiatrist