The technology advancement and changes in the last decade has caught many of us off-guard. New positions and new jobs have been created to meet that growth. New skills and new knowledge are required to succeed in such a fast-paced and fast-evolving world that we live in.
Are we preparing our children enough to take on this future?
"Huh? What? What did you say?"
My preschooler keep saying that and I thought he don't understand me. Then I also get feedback from the teacher that he can't hear the phonic sounds and I thought he just didn't understand or perhaps just too tired and sleepy after first having swimming lesson. It was late afternoon and the sun is hot.
Come one come all!
Beautyful Minds will be organizing another two showcases in May and June.
When one is starting on a Math topic, it is important to figure out the scope of the topic and the inferences specific to that topic.
It is also helpful to link that topic to other similar topics. For example Rate problems are close cousins to Speed problems. Both employ time concepts. Though each have their own specific inferences.
Vocabulary practice can be a pain. It can be an enthusiasm-killer. Especially to a child so young who understands-not, why he has to do so.
Children in lower primary mostly find that if the way they speak and write is easily understood, it is good enough. Children of this age have vague comprehension of the importance of varying their choice words (in the way they speak and write) once in awhile.
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This is another common question we encounter at BrainFit Studio. When their child is not motivated, parents often blame it on an uninspiring teacher, wrong teaching techniques, laziness or a bad learning attitude. While some of these may be the cause, most of the time, a lack of motivation is related to inadequate competence and insufficient experiences of success.