As a dedicated early childhood educator, I do believe in the importance of knowledge and education.
Especially so when kids are at their pre-school ages, as based on past experience, exposing your child, and letting your child recognize at a young age that learning is a joy, will greatly increase his thirst for knowledge.
And how can that go wrong, right?
It will only serve your child to have a stronger foundation,
a superior kickstart in his/her academic life,
which leads to them having quite a magical air of confidence.
I personally have taught children from lower socio-economic backgrounds,
and children whose parents have really enriched their child's life with knowledge and storybooks and speech and drama and the likes...
And honestly? It makes a world of a difference.
Children with such exposure have a wide vocabulary, better sentence structure and much better self regulating skills and discipline.
If any of you parents out there are interested in changing your childs' life,
I've been teaching and nurturing children from ages 1 years to 15years old for the past 3 years.
I excel in teaching nursery, kindergarten, primary, and secondary age children.
I specialize in English, and have been getting A*s and A1s throughout my academic life (:
I also teach Modern World History and secondary school English Literature.
I give free trials too!
So, interested parents may contact me at
Tuition for K1s and K2s!
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