Analytical Thinking Skills™ improves a child’s problem-solving and decision-making ability, and is integral to succeeding in today’s knowledge economy. Children attend the trial, while parents get a chance to speak with members of the faculty. For ages four to 12.
Venue: 3 Simei Street 6, #06-06 East Point Mall, Singapore 528833.
Tel: Pre-registration required. Call 6883-2171 or 6260-1312 to register.
Cost: $15 (waived upon course signup). Trial is FREE for first 5 registrants.
This set of cards include some of the more popular dinosaurs shown in films such as Jurassic Park and Walking with the Dinosaurs. The fourteen dinosaurs featured here are : Allosaurus,Triceratops, Brachiosaurus, Edmontonia, Parasaurolophus,Tyrannosaurus, Ornitholestes, Diplodocus, Spinosaurus, Utahraptor, Stegosaurus,
Hi mummies, every parent has different beliefs. But let me show you how flashcards really works with the correct attitude, method and most importantly dedication from parents. I started Glenn Doman Math, English and Chinese flashcards with my gal at 4 mths old then progressed to I Can Read flashcards.
Pyjama Night is a collection of 6 short performance of 10 mins each By Act 3 International
Choose from two sets of perforamance:
The Milk & Cookies Set & Pyjama Set
:The Arts House
Date & Time : Saturday March 7 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 8.45pm
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,
Thinking outside of the box is a life skill, and is something that every parent wishes to cultivate in their child. This is because thinking outside the box just means our being able to solve problems and overcome challenges that we haven’t seen before in ways that we haven’t been explicitly taught. Outside of the box thinking is the end product of having developed a general excellence in thinking. Since it is impossible to succeed in the 21st century without being able to think well, acquiring thinking skills is an absolutely non-negotiable part of childhood education. On the other hand, it is a fact of life that parents need their children to do well within an educational system that still emphasizes rote learning, drilling, and not asking questions.
How do we balance these two concerns?