Kylie shares her list of activities that help a toddler improve hand-eye coordination.
Tay Wen Chang says that kids learn best when they are having fun.
Grace Lee suggests cookie cutters, paint and print and making sweet gluten rice balls to help kids with hand-eye coordination.
Tee Pei Wun says having fun while learning beats is always better than studying from a book.
Law Ko Shin says it's best to teach children to do chores when they are young and to make it fun, too!
Munira Mansor shares some games that her kids play in the car - things that make learning fun.
Carrie Anne Long Shuit Har says the best way to learn is by experience, and it needn't be boring either.
Lee Su Chen says her toddler learns through every experience, whether it's from talking to him, playing or even a trip to the zoo.
Melvina Basilias says her baby learns through all her interactions with him, especially play.
Lim Bang Ai writes about how she and her family turn everyday chores into a fun, learning experience.