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As your Champ heads to primary school, their curriculum will expand to include more subjects, with one of them being the English language. In the primary school English language syllabus, students are tested for their literacy and comprehension skills.  Because English is the primary medium of instruction for all other subjects, it’s important for Champs...

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As Professor Emeritus Allan Snyder – Chair of Research on the MindChamps World Research, Advisory and Education Team – says, “It’s pointless having the latest research, if we still teach the same way in the classroom.” Especially at a young age, the most valuable lessons children learn are from the guidance given by both parents...

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Having your child utter a string of “Mama” and “Dada” babbles in their early years can put a smile on any parent’s face. In a matter of time, children will experiment with a wider range of consonant sounds, expand their vocabulary and speak with various tones of voice. This oral language is a clear indicator...

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Human beings view the world in unique ways. Different students lean towards different learning styles, similar to how an educator might have a preferred teaching method. Educational theorist Neil Fleming developed the VARK model in 1987 to help make sense of how different individuals absorb and retain information. The acronym VARK stands for Visual, Auditory,...

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The end of the year is in sight, that means the PSLE and year-end exams are just around the corner.  It is around this time that you and your child might be feeling some apprehension. Although it may be normal for nerves to creep in, it’s worth acknowledging that your child has put in hard...

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