How to teach my child to write well?

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The English language, while not the most difficult language to learn, is not the easiest. There are so many types of ways that you can paraphrase, and hence craft a sentence, that in fact, the best way to study writing is to read more first, before writing more.

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E-Learning vs Book Learning

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As devices get more and more interactive, the face of reading and learning is changing too. There has been much hype about using interactive software for local learning and even long-distance learning through the internet, but the question remains: How effective is it?

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The importance of greeting

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This simple action in fact holds a more than what seems to be just superficial significance. Again, this is a habit that needs to be ingrained from young, but what is the purpose?

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What does our patent mean?

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According to the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS), a patent is a right granted to the owner of an invention to prevent others from making, using, importing or selling the invention without his permission

In layman’s term, this means that our Phonics programmes is recognised as NEW and INVENTIVE, and the innovations are not obvious even to persons with technical skills or knowledge in the particular field.
And this is exactly what our programme is all about. Below is a brief description about our programme.
Check out our patent certificate here!

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Race to the top – Is it a bad thing?

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Many people think that starting their child to read at a young age is not good, and that they prefer the play learning method and not the academic approach at this young age.

But let us re-think this concept: Why is it not good?

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