Have you heard of Kidzgrow? I stumbled across this interesting website when I was reading Singapore’s Child magazine last weekend.
This website is created by a group of child development professionals and specialists through a grant from MCYS. Their aim is to support parents and help children to learn and perform to their best.
There are useful articles about child development, nutrition, growth charts, baby care and parenting tips that we can access free-of-charge. The core of this website is the Kidzgrow Online – an innovative program that empowers and equips parents in their involvement in the development of their children between 0 to 6 years of age. By using it, we can keep track of our child’s development and learn the various activities appropriate to our child that are laid out in five developmental domains of cognitive, language, fine motor, gross-motor and socio-emotional.
In order to access Kidzgrow Online, we have to register as a member and pay a reasonable membership fee that varies with the choice of our access period – from 6 months to 72 months. Click HERE for more information on the membership fee.
The range of activities is specially designed for children from two to 72 months. It covers from newborn to the early formative years of a preschooler’s life. Parents can complement at home with what is being taught at school at their own convenience. The activities also promote interaction and bonding between the parent and the child.
If you are interested and wish to try out the program, this is a good news for you. You can test drive Kidzgrow Online using a test account created for a 6-month old baby. It has limited access to the developmental modules for newborn babies between 4 and 9 months. Click HERE to access the test drive account.
Let’s check out this cool parenting website and see what it can do for you.