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Holiday playdate at the National Gallery Singapore

Holiday playdate at the National Gallery Singapore

Everyone was raving about National Gallery Singapore and how could we missed that especially now is the month long June school holiday? Yes, we joined the crowd and headed over to National Gallery Singapore with our friends and we couldn’t help containing our excitement. Not because […]

Home Learning Trip Part 2: Learning more about turtles and nature (with home learning and travel tips)

Home Learning Trip Part 2: Learning more about turtles and nature (with home learning and travel tips)

One of the reasons we chose to go Bubbles Dive Resort is because it is blessed with nesting turtles and a house reef. Best of all, they run a conservation program to educate the general public as well. The first day we reached we noticed […]

Home Learning Trip Part 1: Learning more about turtles and nature (with home learning and travel tips)

Home Learning Trip Part 1: Learning more about turtles and nature (with home learning and travel tips)

I’ve been wanting to have a chance to watch at least once how turtle lay eggs in front of my eyes since young. Yeah, strange as it may sound but I am very intrigued by this very natural process of how the mummy turtle came […]

How to make a Rubber Band Powered Boat!

How to make a Rubber Band Powered Boat!

Smarties always love boats. When they were younger, we (especially their grandpa) will always make a paper boat for them to play with during their bathtime. Now that they are older, they wanted a more powerful boat and because they are older, they get to […]

An Educational Trip to Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre

An Educational Trip to Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre

Have you been to the Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre that is located south of the West Coast Highway (yes, it means west of Singapore)? It’s a place known for its bustling morning activities for being a Singapore’s main distribution point for a wide variety of exotic […]

Using super simple, mini motor to create patterns

Using super simple, mini motor to create patterns

Patterns are all around us! Do you realise there are patterns in days of weeks, months of the year, in a song, in a dance? Some see it, some don’t. Or, maybe, some see it differently. Everyone needs to learn about patterns especially from young. Patterns […]

Amazing Science Experiment: Travelling Water

Amazing Science Experiment: Travelling Water

Have you ever seen water travels? Do you know you can do this really really simple Science experiment at home with really really easily found materials at home? Materials: – 2 cups – a long string (not a thread or polyester string as it needs to […]

Read Storybooks Like a Professional Story Teller

Read Storybooks Like a Professional Story Teller

We would like to say a big thank you to Andrew Reniers for being our first ever guest blogger. He’s an English teacher and he wrote this article on how to read storybooks like a professional. His goal is to help parents teach their children English […]

Math: More, Less or Equal

Math: More, Less or Equal

Wondering how to make Math fun and how to teach the concept of numbers and quantities to a kindergartener? How to make them count and understand the relationship between numbers and quantities? Numbers are not boring. They are actually fun and entertaining. This is our […]

Quick guide on how to tutor your child

Quick guide on how to tutor your child

Parents with children in primary schools know that it’s kinda stressful nowadays. Maybe some of you don’t feel anything at all but I do. The first month of gor gor’s school, I got a list of dates on when he will be having his tests. […]