In a Montessori classroom this is one simple material used for introducing children to concept of 1 to 10. The material is made from wood, alternately coloured with blue and red, to determine each column as one unit...
Many of us have some knowledge of ADHD but I believe not so much on Non Verbal Learning Disorder (NLD or NVLD) which is lesser known. This is to introduce the information on NLD to parents with child showing the following symptoms* or for your general knowledge (this may be another big “D” present in the market after “ADHD”):
Secondary One usually need time to handle Geography and score or score well because it is not only a new topic, but the way to score is very different from the usual rote learning-memorise and regurgitate style.
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The crux of the problem lies with the P1 ‘standard’ in my opinion.
The "broad curriculum framework"/guidelines given by the ministries are very sound ones based purely on child development theories and I support them 100% (though with cynicism coz these guidelines are mostly on character building / developing life long love for learning / etc with little weightage on academics and this is definitely not many of those kiasu parents want for their kids).
Spelling and tingxie are never part of the guidelines (meaning if a centre does not practice such, it is actually 100% within the guidelines. If a centre gives such, then it maybe not be within the guidelines). “Learning through play” is the key point in the guideline.
This set of cards covers the letters A-Z. For each flash card with a letter, an animal associate with the letter is introduced.
The animals covered in this set of cards are:
Antelope, Bee, Camel, Duck, Elephant, Frog, Giraffe, Horse, Iguana, Jaguar, Koala, Ladybird, Monkey,
Heyya guys, I know Christmas is sooooo over, but you can actually use songs like Jingle Bells for indirect approach to learning.
Though when its time to listen to instructions & the continuous naggings from us, the children don't really seem to be using much of their auditory... when it comes to music, they LIKE.
Indirect learning is like how mincy adds the mathematical terms in her daily conversations with her child. Months of the year can also be carried out without having to do official sitting down kinda work..
We can be in the kitchen and singing aloud... Say, we use the tune to Jingle Bells to sing the Months of the year like this...
Hi there, I have seen many little children giving headache to parents.
A few things to note when they throw tantrums, are hard to understand, speak less with parents, refuse to share secrets, get restless or give up easily, or dun even bother to try in many interesting activities you provided.