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Interview - Peter & Jane Kindergarten

Kiddy123 interviewed the owner of Peter & Jane Kindergarten - Mrs Patricia Teh. Established since 1982, Peter & Jane Kindergarten still focusing on exposing children to top quality early learning experiences and continue to strive for excellence.


Ask the Expert - Homeschooling

Kiddy123's resident expert, Prof. Dr. Eric Lim takes on your questions about parenting and childcare


Interview - Malaysia Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) Council

Kiddy123 recently interviewed Datuk Dr. Chiam Heng Keng, the President of Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) Council, who is regarded as the leading authority in early childhood education in Malaysia.


Interview - BeeBop Circus

Kiddy123 recently interviewed BeeBop Circus, a Children Movement Learning Centre offering play gym and dance classes!. This is the place where children are able to play while learning life’s valuable lessons.


How Do I Know If My Child Has Autism?

It can be quite challenging to detect learning disabilities associated with autism because sometimes parents assume these as the child not being interested. Read about the experience of a mother detecting signs of autism in her child.


Spoken Word Poetry in Child Education

Read about the experience of a spoken word poet and how his work has helped to encourage children and youth to speak out their minds and have belief in what they can do.


Raising a Child Abroad

Raising children abroad can be a challenge where sometimes, there is no one to turn to for help. Read about a mother's story who is living abroad with her little family, trying her best to make it a perfect home for her son.


Is International School Always Better?

With the constant changes and what many deem as uncertainty in Malaysia’s education system, it’s not really surprising many parents are sending their kids to international schools. But is this really the best move, for you and for your child?


The One With the Loose Ribbons

Working moms are often plagued with the guilt of missing out on their children’s lives. They feel they might have somehow neglected some parts of their children’s milestones. Here’s how a working mom’s deals with things she can't control.


A Mom's Journey to Understand Autism

Here is a young mother’s struggle to make sense of autism when she learned that her son is autistic. It had initially dragged her down, but then it lifted her up that she’s on a mission to eradicate the misconception about autism.