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4 Telltale Signs That Your Preschooler in Singapore is Stressed

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According to a 2017 study, preschool children in Singapore are getting increasingly stressed at a younger age. Ms Regina Phang, Deputy General Manager and Principal Occupational Therapist of MindChamps Allied Care, reasoned that as the family unit decreases in size, parents have more to invest in each child and they pack their schedules with extracurricular activities. […]

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Skip Primary School Tuition! Here’s What Your Child Really Needs to Maintain Good Mental Health

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The local primary school education system with its unique PSLE examination structure is one of the most rigorous programmes in Singapore. With this in mind, more and more parents prepare their children as early as the age of 18 months by enrolling them in different classes. Needless to say, when these children enter primary school, […]

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Broadening Your Child’s Knowledge Helps Improve Reading Comprehension

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You have probably heard that reading is a great way to gain more knowledge. But did you know that widening one’s knowledge helps improve reading comprehension too? It is a fascinating two-way relationship. First of all, be selective about what your child is reading. Is the reading material stimulating your child’s imagination and helping him […]

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Foolproof Ways to Jumpstart Your PreSchool Child’s Reading Journey in Singapore

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Reading – an important foundational skill that you need at preschools in Singapore Reading is a foundational skill that provides the avenue to learning especially at preschools in Singapore. In the article, ‘Learning to Read: A Call from Research to Action‘, Dr G. Reid Lyon mentions that the failure to read impairs the preschooler’s ability […]

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4 Surprising Ways Creative Art Supports Your Kid’s Reading Comprehension & Cognition

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Creating art is fun – but is it necessary? The next time that you wonder if making and studying art is really essential to your kid’s education, think again. Research has shown that creative art is often linked to better academic achievement. It improves reading comprehension as well as cognitive and critical thinking skills. Here […]