Food for Thought
Find out what live streaming services are all about and what you can do to safeguard your children.
Our Clique Click handbook is available in Chinese language now! Download here.
Concerned over your child's gaming habits? Read this interview for tips from Mr Chong Ee Jay, MLC member and Manager from TOUCH Cyber Wellness!
Help your children stay safe and be responsible digital citizens with these tips.
This phonics-based website offers free learn-to-read method based on numerous studies and educational research.
This entertaining, educational website is the companion to the PBS preschool series by the same name.
This educational site is a colourful, imaginative place for preschoolers to learn and play. Created in the United Kingdom, this "mouse club" has nothing to do with that other mouse (Mickey).
Game Classroom offers fun, informative ways to build on what kids are learning in school. The site's organization makes it easy to find age-appropriate activities.
HTE News for Kids is a website aimed at lower primary school-aged kids to help spark their interest in events happening around the world, and the people that make them happen.
Smithsonian Education Students is a treasure trove of resources for kids who are interested in all sorts of topics like history, science, and cultures, or for kids who are looking for information on a specific subject for a school project.
FactMonster offers information on dozens of topics, including science, math, and U.S. history. Clear instructions teach kids new math and other skills; a homework help section offers periodic tables and other tools.
Music plays an important role in a child's development and given the opportunity, anyone can learn to play an instrument.
Tweens and teens are in the midst of huge changes and changes often prompt questions -- about body image, puberty, sex, and more.
For the creative ones who enjoy story-telling and comics, Pixton is a do-it-yourself site where kids can use an incredible palette of tools to create and share original comics.
As parents, it is important for us to set good example for our kids in terms of our digital device and internet usage. In this video, we hear from two parents about how they do so.
What is online citizenship? How can you teach your child about their online interactions with others?
Back to top
© 2013. All rights reserved.Best viewed using Internet Explorer 7 and above, Firefox 7 and above, Google Chrome, Safari 5 and above.