Here are some parenting tips and family bonding activities to build a better connection with your child.
Parenting is a challenging but rewarding job. From your child’s primary school to secondary and even post-secondary school years, you’ll be juggling your role as a parent, teacher, mentor and friend. To play these roles successfully, it is important to build a strong bond with your child by participating in parent-child bonding activities together which can be fun and educational.
Here are some useful tips on positive parenting and how to spend quality time with your child to build a stronger, happier and lasting relationship.
Spending quality time with your child is fundamental to building a strong and happy parent-child relationship, so be sure to allocate time for your child no matter how old they are or how busy you are.
To get started, you should:
Making time for your child should be a lifelong effort to show your love and appreciation for your family members. Through this process, you will realise that parenthood is indeed a fruitful and enjoyable journey.
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This article was last reviewed on
22 Nov 2023
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