How to Guide your Children (Colours)

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from Every Moment is a Teachable Moment, by C. — When planning to teach a concept, focusing on one attribute helps make your instruction or expectation clearer. E.g. When you want to introduce “Yellow” and “Blue” (with the topic on colours in mind), you may want to use two objects of the same kind and size, but differs in colour to emphasize the main focus of the lesson, as size and object remain constant. 1. Start by showing only one (e.g.ball). “This is a yellow […]

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Every Moment is a Teachable Moment, by C.

In my previous post I have mentioned that I will be sharing some tips on how to guide your child better from home. But I’ve got something sweeter for you readers! These awesome blog posts will be contributed by the principal herself! Join us as we welcome C on board as our new contributor writer! C will be sharing tips on enhancing learning through home and various activities you could engage your little ones with. Check out her first post […]

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Learning to know, Learning to fall.

Few weeks ago someone rolled her eyes at me and my daughter in the train. She was a working adult, carrying a twisted balloon which has drawings on it. It was a peak hour train ride at 6.00pm. Perhaps she was thinking that my poor baby was eyeing that balloon but really, Charley was just craving for some sort of attention. However, that’s not what I wanted to talk about today. Call me a strict mum but I believe that […]

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