With all the homework and tuition classes they have to run off to, how do parents ensure they have some time to their school-going kids when they get back home from the office, tired as well? What kind of activities can we indulge in that doesn't require any brain work or physical torture?

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it depends on your energy levels and age of the child. sometimes, a simple thing as a tub bath can be super relaxing and fun way to indulge in water play. also, lying down in bed and speaking softly while the lights are out can also be a great way to bond at bedtime and go off to sleep together.

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How about board games? It doesnt involve technology and is a fun bonding time for the family. You can also use the opportunity to teach your children about winning and losing (being a gracious winner and not being a sore loser).

if your kids are old enough, you could all prepare the dinner together. this can be a great stress buster and also help everyone bond well, while easing out the work load. it will also encouarage the kids to eat better.

For me, I love to bring kids out to the nature to walk/cycle/physical sports e.g. badminton. After whole day of schooling and working, I feel we need to re-charge by some sweating.

Hmmph really depends on each household preference. For me. Its playimg toys/reading books with my boy, daddy likes showering/playing him In the bath tub.

I think I would enjoy playing Snap! The game gets so exciting until I sometimes forget my worries and tiredness. Also a fun game for the kids!

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Charades are physical torture for me though. Sure to perspire and laugh till my abs hurt! Hahaha. Charades are fun!

Charades which can be downloaded into your mobile phone. A fun game for all!

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