Review: My English School
Without language, learning or the basics of communicating is hardly possible. My English School is your ...
Review: Brighton Montessori
A mother’s desire for quality preschool education for her children is the very foundations Brighton Montessori ...
Review: Pat's Schoolhouse
“We believe that every child should be having fun while discovering, and ever ready to face challenges in the future ...
Review: Learning Vision Schools
Make your child’s learning experience joyful and in turn he will learn and faster! Learning Vision embodies this in their...
Review: Our Music Studio
Music - a language that all understand. We all will agree with the fact that music is not only ear-pleasing but also soothes minds and connects people ...
Review: My Gym
Short attention span, highly energised and inquisitive? If this describes your youngster perfectly, My Gym is exactly the school your child would enjoy...
Every child differs from one another. This is no different with their learning pace and development. At Stamford Education Preschool, your child is...
Review: Art Speaks Studio
Mr Patrick Tay, co-founder of Art Speaks Studio, points out that while the benefits of engaging in the arts are usually intangible and harder to quantify...
Friendship is Magic – Lesson 6: Honesty
The characters of My Little Pony each represent and important Element of Harmony, which helps a child to be a...
Review: Symphony Music School
Hands up if your child loves music! Children are naturally drawn to music, for good reasons – music engages their inclination to learning language, satisfies...
Friendship is Magic – Lesson 5: Happiness
In today’s article, find out how you can nurture the Pinkie Pie in our children! Of all the Mane Six, Pinkie Pie represents ...
Review: Daekyo My Eye Level
All parents would love their kids to excel in pre-school and school years. But can one size of curriculum fit all? We feature Daekyo My Eye Level which sees learning...
Teaching Children to be Loyal – Lesson 4: Loyalty
We all appreciate Rainbow Dash for her immense loyalty. In many testing situations, she always chooses...
Nurturing LEADers of tomorrow with Learning Horizon
Learning does not need to stop when the holidays start. Instead, make it even more fun! At one of Singapore's ...
Helping Kids to be a Leader – Lesson 3: Leadership
Whenever we think leaders and kids together, one name that comes in mind is Twilight Sparkle...
Review: Heguru @ Sembawang
Heguru is an effective early childhood education method that has been studied and developed by Hirotada and Ruiko Henmi for more than 30 years....
Review: British Council
- Quality language learning for all ages. Most parents know our child’s early years are important for building a strong foundation in language learning. On top of conversing and reading to your child...
Helping Your Child To Be A Good Friend - Lesson 2: Kindness
Kindness is the one of the most important lessons of friendship. As parents, we all wish for our children to be strong, empathetic and caring. To get parents started, here are 7 ways to help your children be kind!
Helping Your Child To Be A Good Friend - Lesson 1: Generosity
The characters in My Little Pony each represent an important Element of Harmony which helps a child to be a good friend. The first element we will discuss today is Rarity’s generosity. Her nature to help everyone in need and make unique presents for her friends makes her the best role model to follow when it comes to teaching children the power of giving!
How To Grow A Child To The Fullest
Academic talent is only one of many types of intelligence in this world. What we can do as parents is to let our children find the talents they feel comfortable with. But what are those “many” talents?
Letting your child experience disappointment
We really hate to see our kids feeling disappointed. But how far would we go to help ease their pain? What if they get so used to us saving them from these feelings, that they don’t know how to deal with unfairness in the future? Is it really wiser to avoid a child’s disappointment, or should we instead help them deal with it?
Academic vs. Soft Skills for Kids
Like all parents, we want our kids to succeed in life. But it’s scary to see more and more headlines across the world telling us that our youth is finding it harder and harder to enter the workforce today. It seems that a university degree isn’t a guarantee for success anymore.
How To Help A Child Speak English With Confidence?
English has real benefits, but it poses its own set of challenges as well especially when our children are encouraged to be good at two languages or more. What can we do to help our children speak English with confidence in a world that is getting smaller and flatter?
How To Raise A Gifted Child
This article is not just for the parents who have children with exceptional IQ figures. It is for all parents who wish, and believe, that their children are special and gifted.
What kind of enrichment should your child have?
Never settle when it's for your child! Make sure that you pick the right choices for your child.
Yoga practitioners are on the rise – and they are starting as young as the age of two!
Foster Your Child’s Creativity
We enrol our children in unlimited enrichment classes, classes that teach them how to read well, spell well, speak well and stay ahead of their peers in academics and sports.
Art therapy And What It Is All About
Although Art Therapy has been around for over a century, it is relatively new to Singapore. Thus there are some notable misconceptions of what Art Therapy is all about and how is it different from the theraputic use of art.
Therapeutic Art – What is it all about?
For a child to be holistically educated through visual art, three essential factors contribute to the success of his/her learning experience: the teacher, the learning environment and the curriculum.
Guiding your child through sports
Sports can have a profound influence on your child’s emotional, physical, mental and social growth. However, there is ONE important factor that we must not overlook – your involvement.