Blog posts about classroom
Globally, the growth in the number of children with special needs is increasing. In Singapore (where data was available), the number of pre-schoolers (0 to 6 years old) that have been diagnosed with developmental issues per year, have risen sharply. From 2010 to 2014, the number of newly diagnosed cases have increased from 2,500 per […]
Cultivating creativity in a child is one of the best gifts you can offer as a parent. There have been many studies done on this but figuring out how to do it can sometimes be daunting. We’ve put together a list of simple, easy to do tips to spark creativity in your child. Parents are strongly encouraged to do these activities regularly.
Montessori, Play-based, Whole Brain training, High Scope, Reggio Emilia, Theory of Multiple Intelligences or Waldorf Steiner? Some of these may sound familiar and you’ve probably read it from a preschool’s pamphlet or website. Learn the philosophy behind the curricula and how they work in a classroom setting.