7 tips to build resilience in children of all ages

Entrepreneur Muhammad Dzulkifly Ahmad and wife Karmilah Hafid develop the emotional quotient of their sons via volunteering. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - As schoolchildren go mask-free in classrooms from Monday (Aug 29), parenting experts say the ongoing pandemic has already provided lessons in resilience for young people.

Masking will be optional after more than 2½ years of wearing face coverings in school, which, together with social distancing, affected children's interactions with others.

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