Are you keeping your child’s love tank filled?

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Stephen Yeo

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Proud father of two lovely kids, who at times pushed me to seriously consider editing out the word “lovely” from this sentence. (I am not alone in this.)
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Race to PraiseIt’s exams season again. Many parents are understandably as anxious as their kids (if not more so) about how well they will perform.

Presumably, if they do well, you will lavish praise on them. But even if they don’t, your child deserves praise for his or her effort.

And that’s the central theme of Focus on the Family Singapore’s latest Race to Praise campaign. After all, life is more than just school and accomplishments, so each child should be affirmed for who they are, not what kind of grades they’re getting.

As part of the campaign, Focus on the Family Singapore invites parents to take up the challenge to intentionally seek out your children’s qualities beyond the classroom, celebrate their everyday achievements and discover what it’s like to be a positive parent!

You can join the Race to Praise in a number of ways.

Parenting eGuide

You can download a free parenting eGuide that contains practical tips to help you set a strong foundation for your children’s development by keeping their love tank filled.

Race to Praise Coupons

You can also pick up your free customisable coupons for both parent and child that encourages bonding and everyday ways of topping up your child’s tank.

Contest (25 Sep – 9 Oct)

In conjunction with Children’s Day, Focus on the Family Singapore and NTUC U Family are giving out tickets to Charlotte’s Web, Resorts World Sentosa’s attractions, Sentosa’s 4D Adventureland and other exciting prizes! Stand a chance to win these prizes by leaving a comment on Focus on the Family Singapore’s Facebook Page and share what you love about your little ones.

3 ways to join!

Join our community and you can download our 132-page "Buying Guide for Parents" for free!

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