“Right” Brain

Ideas on playing IQ blocks with toddlers

When parents ask me about the “best” toys to get for their little children, I recommend blocks and other constructions toys, for endless possibilities of play. Construction toys may help children develop: motor skills and hand-eye coordination, spatial skills, a capacity for creative, divergent thinking, social skills, and language skills. (Source: Parenting Science) Recently, a mummy needed ideas …

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How to design an EFFECTIVE home learning area? (Part 1)

For a successful “right brain” and Montessori learning session, it’s important to prepare a conducive environment. This post (Part 1) shall share how our learning area was designed. Part 2 (when ready) shall cover an alternative arrangement. Background: In our previous home, we used a bedroom as our learning room. Being an old house, the room was …

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Home practice intensive workshops… launched

OK, the Home Practice Intensive Workshops are here — the 3-hour session will show you EXACTLY how to carry out right brain home practice for babies to 6 years old. Crazily, enrolment from Singapore’s September session overflowed to this session, so there’s only a few seats left by this time. If you’re in Singapore: >>> CLICK HERE: Home Practice Intensive …

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[Flashcards] Which printer saves LOTSA time & money?

[Update] Please refer to the latest printer and paper recommendation at this post:[Flashcards] What Printer & Paper to Choose I’ve found a way to print flashcards and materials while saving LOTSA time and money. This is a common question that mummies at the recent home practice intensive workshops* asked, so here’re the details for all …

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