16Feb
2020
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Food for thought

  Parenting is mostly an art, than a science. It is almost impossible to create a set of detailed techniques and instructions for parenting, which should then be followed to arrive at a pre-determined result. In reality, the practices followed in parenting are often impulsive, emotional and driven by inner values. Quite often, some of […]

24Dec
2019
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A different perspective !

2019 is drawing to a close and it has been a fantastic year for LHEE. From your feedback, we can see that your children felt the same and had a great time with us as well! As you know, LHEE had a humble start (we are barely a year old). It has been an interesting […]

09Dec
2019
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Healthy diet today, to create a healthy citizen tomorrow.

Preschool-age children (ages 3 to 5) are still developing their eating habits and need encouragement to eat healthy meals and snacks. These children are eager to learn. They will often imitate eating behaviours of adults. They need supervision at mealtime as they are still working on chewing and swallowing skills. These are some helpful mealtime […]

07Nov
2019
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Active Listening – The Emotional Bank Account

Hello Active Listening fans! I hope you had the chance to read up on my previous blogs. If not, they are here: http://www.littleharvard.education/active-listening/ http://www.littleharvard.education/active-listening-2/ http://www.littleharvard.education/active-listening-3/ Today, I would like to introduce you to a type of bank account which you constantly make regular deposits and withdrawals from, but are not always aware of this consciously. […]

03Sep
2019
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Active Listening 3

We all know of certain types of people who naturally gel with others around them. Endearingly known as ‘social butterflies’, they are socially dynamic and often found casually networking even with perfect strangers! It doesn’t matter what the situation is – at a birthday party, at the work place, even at a sports match even […]

20Jun
2019
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Emotionally preparing your child for Preschool

Emotionally preparing your child—and yourself—for preschool might take more intentional effort. Below are a few ideas to smoothly make the transition. Preparation Tips Before Preschool Starts 1. Visit the preschool along with your child. Visit your child’s classroom and meet the preschool teacher a few days ahead of time.Try and make your child comfortable with […]

20May
2019
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Active Listening 1

You just got back home from work after a hecticday. The office was busier than usual, you had to battle through traffic (to and from work), your phone has very little battery left (just like you) but you still managed to swing by the grocery shop to pick up a few essentials on your way […]

18Apr
2019
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Active Listening 2

We all must have been in this situation at some point in our lives. You have a conversation with someone and you have either instantly forgotten or struggled to remember what that person exactly told us. Very frustrating, and sometimes embarrassing as well! However, this doesn’t happen every time, right? Somehow, we unconsciously pick and […]







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