Minoli Almeida, Singapore

Mum of two. Marketing Lead at theAsiaparent.

About Minoli Almeida

Other than the obvious plus point of learning to code, what other soft skills do kids learn by knowing how to code?
If you're interested in getting your child started on digital literacy, Google x Saturday Kids x 21C Girls is running a free full day coding camp at Google's offices this Saturday 27/8 (boys can join
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Through coding a child learns the concepts of computational thinking and how they can be applied to problem solving. Ideas like automation, abstraction, data visualisation etc. We also try to comb
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Teaching your children coding at an early age can give them several advantages later on in the future. This includes positive traits like quick-thinking, creativity, and problem solving. These traits
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Why coding and how will this knowledge help my daughter in the future?
If you're interested in getting your child started on digital literacy, Google x Saturday Kids x 21C Girls is running a free full day coding camp at Google's offices this Saturday (boys can join too!)
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Through learning to code kids pick up computational thinking skills like abstraction, automation, decomposition etc. These computational thinking skills add different dimensions to their problem solvi
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Coding is very common nowadays and they can start as young as 4-5 years old. Now Singapore is moving towards being a Smart Nation, and more schools are offering computer programming courses as well.
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Teaching your children coding at an early age can give them several advantages later on in the future. This includes positive traits like quick-thinking, creativity, and problem solving. These traits
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What's your favourite movie to watch with your little one?
Any Disney cartoon will be awesome! These days, kids love the 3D-esque elements of movies like Frozen and Tangled but if it was up to me, I'd introduce them to the older Disney classics like Snow Whit
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NeverEnding Story!
I am yet to watch a movie with a little one. But I am already prepared with a few that am sure he/she will enjoy- The Ice Age, The Good Dinosaur, and Lion King. All these movies touch a cord with t
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We love the Toy Story series ! Have seen all of them endlessly for the last four years. But now that she is older, we have recently introduced her to Sound is Music and she seems to have really taken
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I have yet to watch a movie with my baby, but I'd like to watch The Land Before TIme with her when she grows bigger and is able to understand movies. The movie is about a few dinosaurs and their gr
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Does your helper do housework according to a timetable or do you let her manage her time and decide when to do things?
It honestly depends on the helper as some needs pushing so coming up with a timetable will ensure all chores are done and not forgotten but if your helper has been with you for a very long while she w
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I let her know what needs to be done for the day and let her schedule it according to her own time. As long as she gets the job done, I'm fine with it :)
I haven't created a timetable for her, but she has certain things to do on certain days, eg. make beds, clean kitchen, hoover daily. Then things like laundry, 3 times a week. It's pretty flexible :) a
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We usually ask her to do certain things that need priority, say, cleaning the certain rooms and preparing meals, but other than those she usually does her own thing. And it works for the most part.
Do you have to brush baby's gums even if their teeth haven't emerged yet?
When my baby is still young, I used dental wipes for baby such as the brand 'ToothTissue" or Spiffies. 'ToothTissue" is N.P.A. certified, natural, fluoride-free, paraben-free, and contain xylitol. It
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I do not brush their gums as I afraid that it will irritate the gums. I just use boiled water and wash cloth to clean his mouth, tongue and gums. Even till now his first tooth had emerged I'm sti
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My baby's teeth are taking forever to emerge and she is already 1! Are there any other mummies whose babies are late teethers?
There's nothing to worry about. Every baby is different and you can't really compare one baby's growth and development with another. Some babies are late teethers. If your baby is otherwise quite ac
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Yes! My older son's first tooth popped out when he was 13 months old. Don't worry - those pearlie whites will pop out soon :)
My kids don't like eating veggies as a side dish. Ca you please give me ideas on how I can include (hide!) veggies in other dishes?
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Blend the vegetables and mixed them in their food.
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Grate the veggies and add while cooking the cereal or make soups. You can also try mixing veggies with potato or anything the kid loves and prepare pancakes out of the mixture
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Veggie meatballs or patties Veggie Smoothies or shakes pero lagyan mo ng fruits para hindi lasang gulay lang
What's your favourite chicken dish? I feel you can never have enough chicken recipes!
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fried chicken
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Chicken tinola cooked in vinegar with lots of pepper leaves 🐔😍
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How many times in the night do you change your baby's diaper?
2-3 orang depends if the baby diaper fully wet.
1-2times only
1-2 times only..
2-3 times ......
1-2 times using huggies ultra diapers
Any mummies here are experts in deciphering baby cries?
Babies cry when they want to be held, or fed, or when they are uncomfortable or in pain. They also cry when they are over-stimulated, bored, tired, or frustrated. Your baby's cries will become more co
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I downloaded the Baby Ears App by Dunstan and though it wasn't 100% accurate based on our experience, it was pretty helpful! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/baby-ears-by-dbl/id556482217?mt=8 I l
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Not an expert but what I've read is that there are a few different types of cries that signify different needs. They are (taken from: http://sg.theasianparent.com/what-your-babys-cries-mean/): - A
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