Empathy: The Missing ‘E’
Raising kids who care for others through play, dolls and more.
Do you want your kids to:
Then you need to join this e-dialogue and find out more about the missing ‘E’… Yes, it’s Empathy!Play has always been an important part of child development, especially in developing empathy. A research by Cardiff University found that playing with dolls can help nurture social skills, such as empathy. Play also helps in building a child’s character and even helps enhance social development. All these will nurture positive traits and good character in a child as he/she grows up.
Play also helps in building a child’s character and even helps enhance social development. All these will nurture positive traits and good character in a child as he/she grows up.
Come join us in this parenting dialogue to listen to the viewpoint of the experts on the benefits of play and how it helps to develop your child’s social skills.In this session moderated by celebrity host Daphne Iking, two experts in child development, Dr Rajini Sarvananthan and Racheal Kwacz, will be sharing their insights and advice about play, joined together by Audrey Ooi, a mother of two, who will be sharing her parenting journey.
The good news is registration is FREE! Scan the QR Code or click this link to pre-register for the Zoom session (limited to 50 pax): https://forms.gle/zFou2pdqFxvJ9nWYA