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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. […]

Cool craft activity after reading children’s book

Cool craft activity after reading children’s book

We love to make reading and learning fun. One of the ways to make it fun is to include activity before, during or/and after reading a children’s storybook. Not forgetting to read it with loads of love, actions, and emotions so that your child can […]

Science experiment: Sound Waves

Science experiment: Sound Waves

Ever wonder about sound and how it travels? Here we are working on a really really super simple but awesome Science experiment about the sound waves. As you can’t really see how it works, you get to hear and feel how it works. In some […]

Discovering Singapore: Marina Barrage (Part 2)

Discovering Singapore: Marina Barrage (Part 2)

Did you follow us on our first tour? If you have not, maybe you want to check it out at Discovering Singapore: Singapore Maritime Trails (Part 1) before reading on as that was our 1st tour of the day. It was really fun and both adults […]

Discovering Singapore: Singapore Maritime Trails (Part 1)

Discovering Singapore: Singapore Maritime Trails (Part 1)

The weather has been pretty wet recently but when it came to our outing event, it was really kind to us. We enjoyed a very bright and sunny day during our Singapore’s rich maritime discovery journey. What’s even better was that we had a really […]

Cornstarch Goo Science Experiment

Cornstarch Goo Science Experiment

I love sensory play even though now I am a mummy (yep, I always join in in their sensory play) and the same goes for smarties. I love stimulating their senses since young: touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing. Sensory activities allow children to explore and encourage […]