14 Steps for Your Child To Build a Website

By: Koh Boon Kwang
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# 5 -  More topics to blog about

In yesterday’s post, I gave you 6 suggestions on what topics to blog. Today, I have another 6 more suggestions.

  • Put up their best compositions on the blog.
  • Write about one of the latest events or current affairs that gives them a deep impression. It could be about a fire that broke out or a holiday camp that they attended.
  • Create a post on the topics “What I saw on the Street Today”
  • Write a story about three wishes. If you could have three wishes, what would they be? You can make this more specific if you want, for example “3 Wishes For My Family”, “3 Wishes For the Future”, “Three Things I wish I could UN-see”.
  • Write a “How To” post to teach people about something that they know.
  • Write a book review.

Now, here’s the good news.

Mind Sprout Pte Ltd will be conducting a 4-hour website building workshop for children. And parents are encouraged to attend the workshop together with their children. The children will actually be building their own website in the class. By the end of the workshop, they will walk away with their own website that they have built. Plus, they would have acquired the skills of building a website.

If you think this is something that will benefit your child, come and attend this 4-hour workshop.

The details are in the link below...


P.S: This is great for both parents and child to come together and bond while experiencing growth. 


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Posted on 09/06/2017

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