Eye Level Play Math is a collection of comprehensive learning materials designed to introduce mathematical concepts to early preschoolers.
PLAY MATH ENABLES YOUR CHILD TO 👉 Compare the length of items 👉 Sort objects in groups 👉 Recognize simple shapes 👉 Comprehend spatial awareness and area 👉 Measure, add, and subtract basic numbers 👉 Learn patterns and matching 👉 Count basic numbers 👉 Learn the math conservation principle
The Eye Level English Programme is a unique ‘Comprehensive Literacy based Programme’ which not only encourages children to develop effective communication skills but also building a strong foundation of content knowledge which is so required in the contemporary times, and Eye Level is successful in investing in your children the best form of currency- Literacy.
Unlike others, our English program learning method has online, offline and teaching tools to build a strong foundation for the students!
We are left with a week before our country exits the COVID-19 Circuit Breaker. Measures will be progressively lifted, and the resumption of activities will be carried out over three phases, beginning with Phase 1.
We must be adaptable to make many adjustments and changes in our lives to stay within the constraints of the imposed movement restrictions. The war against the pandemic is far from over and we need to continue to persevere. So it is important to be mentally strong and continue to stay postive.
Everyone is excited for Phase 2 but we must not be too complacent. Stay strong and be safe!
As the daily number of new community cases has significantly declined, our country will exit the COVID-19 Circuit Breaker when it ends on 1 June 2020. Measures will be progressively lifted, and the resumption of activities will be carried out over three phases, beginning with Phase 1.
In Phase 1, enrichment activities or classes will not resume. Students are encouraged to continue using Eye Level On-Air as we believe consistent learning is essential in building the foundation and maintaining student’s learning momentum.
Have you heard the news? I bet you have! We are happy that the government have move towards lifting some of the restrictions of the Circuit Breaker today!
This is definitely a step towards returning to our normal lives, albeit a new normal. However, we are still not fully out of the woods yet, and we should continue with our initiatives to stay safe.
So, today we would like to share the 6th and final poster of the WHO parenting tips, which is on the importance of good communications with our children. Our children want and deserve explanations as much as adults do. We should make sure our explanations and expectations are clear. If there is a problem, describe it, express our feelings in a positive manner and invite our child to work on a solution with us.
Hope the following tips are of help. Meanwhile, continue to stay safe and stay home!
As our Circuit Breaker continues till 1 June, we would like to share more about parenting tips on how to stay calm and manage stress.
Managing stress is a big concern for families who are stuck at home for prolonged periods. Remember to stay calm with your children. Your children will look for you for support and reassurance. Accept how they feel and give them your comfort. Hope the tips help.
Today, we like to focus on the common issue of children sometimes behaving. The parenting tips we like to share will certainly help to lessen the frequency of instances of trepidation whenever our children exhibit bad behviours.
Helping shape your children’s behaviour is a key part of being a parent. Children learn by watching everyone around them, especially their parents. When we use good manners and positive modeling behaviours, we will teach our children to do the same.
Working from home gets REAL when kids are added to the equation.
We are giving you parenting tips on the importance of having a proper structure when planning out your daily activities with your children. Having structured and well planned routine are beneficial when interacting with children especially the younger ones.
A daily structure helps with managing the spontaneity of active children and by doing so reduces our stress levels. Make sure that your structure has different meaningful routines, well spaced out with plenty breaks so that you won’t over exert yourselves.
Have a blast creating fun routines while you Stay Home!