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PSLE 2020: 5 Ways to Battle PSLE (Part 2)

Preliminary examinations have drawn to a close. Schools and tuition centres in Singapore are now gearing for the final lap towards PSLE. With a little over a month left, we have discussed tips on how to revise for PSLE with our children in this final sprint…

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What to do now from Prelims to PSLE (Part 1)

With Preliminary Exams over, P6 students can now enjoy a temporary break from studying. It’s good to take time to wind down and relax. With only a little over a month until the first written PSLE paper, it will be time to go back to the grind soon. Parents may stress over the number of days left, but take heart, with these tips and reminders, we will guide parents to maximise the number of days left to PSLE….

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How to Look Out for Signs of Stress in Your Child

Feelings of stress are part and parcel of life. Nobody is spared from stress – babies as old as 6 months may experience it. With the academic rigour and prevalent culture of tuition centres in Singapore, it is helpful for parents to learn how to identify symptoms of stress. Early detection allows for more effective intervention….

How to Be Productive Learners And Play
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How to Be Productive Learners And Play (Part 1)

How to Be Productive Learners And Play

Heavy Technology Usage – a distraction from learning

“Mommy! Mommy! Let me play my games for a few more minutes please!”

Does this sound like a familiar situation? Your child can spend hours unperturbed on his or her phone but when it comes to studies, he or she always needs a push.

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The Upsides and Downsides of Online Learning

The Future of Singapore’s Tuition Centre Industry

With Covid-19 in Singapore being unexpectedly thrust upon us a few months back, we have since witnessed a number of tuition centres bringing their lessons online, mostly out of lack of choice. Parents may have rejoiced or decried at such a move, citing the benefits and disadvantages of e-learning for their child.

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Improving Your Kids’ IQ (Part 3)

Previously, I talked about using blocks and toys to improve your children’s IQ level. Today, I’m going to implement tips that don’t really require objects, merely your motivation…