Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

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Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby 0548ling » Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:24 pm

Dear all,

What do you think about this Mrs Sam's Learning Formula programme? There are some programmes called Preparatory Programme, Sight Reading programme and phonics & spell magic.

Do anyone do comparation Mrs Sam's Learning Formula with other course conducted by I can Read, Morris Allen or LCentral??? What is the different ?

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Postby junrahmat » Sat May 01, 2010 5:16 pm

I sent my son to one of their reading programs and was amazed.. Not only was he able to read fluently after just 3-4 lessons, his handwriting has improved tremendously :D

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Postby 0548ling » Thu May 06, 2010 10:23 am

junrahmat wrote:I sent my son to one of their reading programs and was amazed.. Not only was he able to read fluently after just 3-4 lessons, his handwriting has improved tremendously :D


Hi Junrahmat,
My daughter has done the trial for preparatory. I also think it is not bad but i have to consider their time table which twice a week. I only can catch up the classes on Saturday and Sunday which the travel time and transportation is a problem for me. I prefer once a week class.

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby deep_dreamer » Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:03 pm

Dear all,
Any more feedback?

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby magiccastle » Sat Feb 18, 2012 7:31 am

My son attended her phonic n spell magic class years back. It really gave a good foundation for phonic. My boy scored full mark for spelling tests even without learning. But it is a lot of hard work involved as my boy was a difficult child n mummy had to be involved to guide n ensure him in doing the corrections.
I used the same material to teach my girl when her childcare teacher feedback she was slow n couldnt recognize the sight words. I tried out n luckily she managed to pick up the phonic n reading . Saved me a lot of$$ n time.
And before P1, she is able to read my boy sec 1 literature text Charlotte web n other simplified version classic like Jane Erye, Juliet n Romeo, Christmas Carol , Macbeth , Roald Dahl series etc.
I must say to see result, mummy n the child must put in the hard work.

Not sure if Mrs Sam still coaching? she is very strict n demanding .

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby jane84 » Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:05 am

Teachers make a difference I guess.

My neighbor enrolled in the parkway branch last year. Not pleased with the standard, and not well run.

Seemed to have closed already.

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby newuser » Fri Mar 02, 2012 8:00 am

My dd attended when she was at k2, she could read well. Learning spelling is effortless. My ds however attended ICR. Till date still struggling with his spelling. Sign

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby Kareen Ng » Mon Jun 30, 2014 1:17 pm

Dear Parents,

I have just enrol my 4 yo son to Mrs Sam's Learning Centre at Kovan. Mrs Sam is no longer teaching. Any parents have some recent testimonials?

Thank you!

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby lchunleo » Sun Aug 24, 2014 9:50 pm

any reviews on this? this thread is quiet..find it very tough to have 2 times a week..hope to get real review on this before committing to the tough program

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Re: Mrs Sam's Learning Formula

Postby bbsin » Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:33 am

My two girls used go attend the phonic classes under Teacher Mel.

Yes it's good and like what the above hv mentioned it helped the kid.

My younger didn't attend as they moved to Kovan which was far for me, if not I would hv put him in. ;)

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