Events

Online Workshop: What Should Parents Do If Their Children Have Tantrums And Anxiety

Being a parent can be very difficult when dealing with their children’s incomprehensible actions, from shouting to sobbing or even injuring themselves. This can leave parents confused and stressed as to how to as how to deal with these situations. Even though we know that children go through psychological changes as they grow older, it is still very difficult for parents and children to communicate when they may not speak the same language.

Online Workshop: How To Build Quality Time For Your Children

When our children enter our lives, they bring an unexplainable bond that ensures a life-long connection. However, in these complex times, the family unit can be under immense pressure from many aspects of modern life which may contribute to a lack of quality time with each other, and thus the gap between family members can grow.

Online Workshop: Parents And Children Overcoming Significant “Changes” Together

Our daily lives are influenced by a variety of events, and change is an inevitable aspect of them. We have to deal with small changes, major changes or abrupt changes. Regardless of the type of changes, they can be difficult to both embrace and overcome.

Little Em’s Online Parenting Workshop Series: “Distancing” To Become… “Closer”

Understanding this perspective, and on the occasion of our 1st year anniversary, Little Em’s proudly introduces the Online workshop series “DISTANCING” TO BECOME … “CLOSER”.

Experience Day: Little Em’s Ancient Craft Villages

Experience Day “Little Em’s Ancient Craft Villages” with various activities simulating ancient Vietnamese trade practices, some of which exist even today, will be a unique opportunity to experience our international educational philosophy “180 East – 180 West” – an international educational environment that gives children access to the world but is rooted in local Vietnamese culture.

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Parenting Workshop: How To Strengthen The Parent-Child Relationship

Since each child is a unique individual with a unique personality, unique potential and unique talents, parenting is a life-long and challenging job.