How to raise a Bilingual Child: 3 things you need to know

I enjoy listening to my son talk and the way he expresses himself - he has always been marvelous to hear. Starting in his earliest months, we listened with attentive joy to all the sounds he made, picking up on his communication and filling in gaps for him as his sounds developed into words. Then, his words came together to express ideas, and now at four years old, his ideas have grown into...

3 Simple Ways To Nurture Your Child's Imagination

We live in constant states of reinvention, and to compete in the 21st century, we need creative thinkers and individuals who think outside the box and come up with ingenious solutions that set them apart from others.

A guide to choosing an international school in Singapore: 6 factors to consider

We often talk about our children growing up in a world that is very different from ours. One that is changing faster than any of us can comprehend, where it is predicted that the top 10 in-demand jobs 6 years from now, do not even exist in the present. Where today’s learners are expected to have 10-14 jobs by the time they are 38 years old*. We are therefore preparing students for the unknown. 

Parenting Tips: 5 Strategies to support your child's learning with questions

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.  - Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

5 Tips On Designing Learning Spaces At Home

By Ng Shu Ping, Director of Pedagogy, E-Bridge Pre-School

This notion of the use of the environment to extend and challenge children’s learning and thinking was brought into awareness by the schools and educators of Reggio Emilia. Other educators such as Maria Montessori emphasized on an environment that nurtures children’s independence through child-sized furniture and thoughtful...

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