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    How to choose the right preschool? [Part 2]

    Following our previous blog post about how to choose the right preschool for your child, we will talk about 2 other areas you need to consider and do while picking the most suitable preschool for your child. Materials, Methodology, and Curriculum The second item to pay attention to when choosing the right preschool for your …

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    How to choose the right preschool? [Part 1]

    Choosing the right preschool for your child can be the biggest headache a parent can have. With the sea of options which exist, matching your child’s needs with the offerings of each preschool can be a challenge. To choose the right preschool, the best approach is to consider as many aspects as possible in three …

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    Etiquette, Manners, and Self-Regulation

    What is etiquette? Etiquette is how people act socially using appropriate manners and behaving respectfully. Etiquette is deeper than learning to say please and thank you, or wait your turn. Etiquette requires a few basic skills: social responsibility, communication skills, and responding to situations appropriately. These three skills come with maturity, self-awareness and awareness of …

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    What is Missing in Daycare?

    Many parents choose daycare for their kids because it offers a structured environment for their kids, with plenty of opportunities for socialization.   A good daycare environment can help support children’s learning when facilitated by a skilled ECE professional, who understands the developmental and educational needs of a young child.  At the very least, the …

  • English Language Arts

    Expectations in an English Language Arts Class

    Many parents fail to see the full scope of an English Language Arts class and as a result, they expect their children to achieve grades that are unrealistic at best. Long gone are the days of answering simple chapter by chapter reading comprehension questions. Long gone, is rote memorization. Moreover, a student’s proficiency in speaking …

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    Little Mountain In-Class Visit

    The school bustles with excitement. Kids are busily writing notecards out, testing the overhead projector, reciting their pronunciation of long words, and setting out tea and chocolates on the classroom table. “Two minutes till your parents arrive!” the teacher says. Instead of the usual, “No, there’s not enough time! Teacher, more time!”, the students say …