Author: Getgo Parents

5 One Pot Meals with Your Rice Cooker

Busy schedules call for easy meals. Here’s 5 hearty one-pot cooking ideas for your family. Savoury Oats with Mushrooms What you’ll need: 1/2 cup of Quaker Oats for Rice 1 cup rice 1/2 yellow onion, chopped 6 pieces of mushrooms, washed and sliced Parmesan cheese Salt and pepper Olive Oil Get full recipe here. Chicken and Squash Risotto What you’ll need: 2 tbsp olive oil one brown onion – diced 3 boneless, skinless chicken breast fillets – diced 500g pumpkin or butternut squash – diced 200g courgette – diced 2 cups washed rice 2/3 cup wholegrain rolled oats (I...

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Everyone Can Atas with McDonald’s Signature Collection Premium Burgers

Sink your teeth into a deliciously seared Angus beef patty nestled between delicate slices of Colby cheese. Or bite into juicy chicken drum and thigh meat patty topped with peppery rocket. Savour the unexpected crunch of tortilla chips coupled with a delectable combination of melted cheese, creamy guacamole, slices of tomatoes and onions. From 11 August, “everyone can atas” as McDonald’s Singapore launches the new Signature Collection in restaurants islandwide. As a permanent addition to McDonald’s menu, the collection brings premium ingredients such as Angus Beef, guacamole, rocket leaves, and tomato jalepeño relish to everyone. Classic Cheese with Angus...

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PSLE Guide: Tips to conquer Comprehension

The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) is drawing closer, and you are still not seeing significant improvements in your child’s grades. Even though he has been diligently practising comprehension passages from papers taken from previous batches, the score for this section seems to be undesirably stagnated. You have been brainstorming more ideas to help him, but there seems to be none left. Practice makes perfect. This saying still holds for this circumstance. However, students should practise smart, instead of practice hard, given the short span of time left to the examination. With that said, here are some tips to...

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How to Nurture a Sharing Habit Among Your Children

Making sharing a habit can be quite challenging for kids growing up as they are still developing their personality along the way. Their pleasure-seeking ways and penchant for instant gratification does not leave enough room for prosocial habits and behaviour. However, sharing is an essential skill to acquire for children, especially useful in making friends and playing with others. As a parent, you are in the unique position of nurturing sharing habits of your children early on in their life. Here are some ways you can encourage sharing among your children! Demonstrate sharing Parents are the earliest influencers of...

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Teaching Kids About Money Part II

When I was young, I often wondered why we can get food and toys with notes and coins. A child’s mind is filled with curiosity and hence, it is the best time to start teaching them about money. So, what are you waiting for? Getgo Parents shows you how to get the ball rolling! Make Known That There is No Free Lunch in the World At about age 5 when you expect your children to start putting away their own toys, it is a good time for you to start giving them allowance. When they accomplish the tasks you...

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