Lunch at 2pm, dinner at 5pm

The Straits Times
Republished with Permission
12 Jan 2020

Mrs Esther Foong, an associate trainer with Focus on the Family Singapore, suggests scheduling time together as a family, such as at the playground.

"Express affection for your child and give her your full attention. Offer positive reinforcement when she has shown effort in keeping to her afternoon timetable, such as by completing work that you have assigned."

Mrs Foong also recommends regular family meals to bond with your child.

Mrs Foong says: "There will definitely be occasions when more time is spent on revision, compared to family time. Look at the week in its entirety. Weekends can be set aside for family and play time."

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