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[Math & Memory] How to fold origami boats + lesson ideas

Our family loves folding origami and the easiest place to start is the origami boat. Besides presenting this origami boat as a craft project, you have many opportunities to extend it to other areas of learning including memory, mathematics and reading. Read on to find out how… Instructions You may use either a square or …

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Home Practice B2B Workshop

[New Workshop] Home Practice Back to Basics (B2B)

Want to learn how to support your child’s learning and give him/her a head start at school and in life? Want to learn tested easy-to-use home practice activities? Want to know how to guide your child effectively even when you have only 15 minutes with him/her? And get support from a group of parents as enthusiastic …

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[Mindfulness & Meditation] What Parents Must Know

For years, my children and I have been practising some forms of meditation in a science-based non-religious way. Recent scientific studies are confirming the benefits, something that all parents and teachers must know. Mindfulness vs Meditation To clear things up, this is a brief explanation of mindfulness and meditation, which are different: Mindfulness: an awareness …

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[Homeschool] Long weekend fun

Yesterday was Ching Ming Festival school holiday, which meant another long and meaningful weekend with the kids. explained the meaning of the festival brought 7yo Vee to watch a piano-and-strings concert for the first time. Richard Clayderman delivered a fabulous performance and has inspired Vee to keep practising. completed Vee’s origami cat bookmark project showed …

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