If spelling tests are stressing you out more than your kids, try these creative fun ways to liven your spelling practice.
The phrase ‘Practice makes Perfect’ is well known amongst many, but is it true? Particularly when it comes to Maths, I think it is very TRUE. If we want to be good at it, then we need to practice. Repetition is the mother of all skills. With daily practices, Little Edison is becoming better and better in his Maths.
I’m going to play this photographic memory game with little Edison. It is similar to what our sensei taught in the class.
What we need to prepare for this game?
1. Print out the pictures attached HERE. Total: 3 pages.
2. Cut the three pictures on page 2 (along the dotted lines)
Click HERE to download these flash cards – in A5 size.
Another new set of DIY flash cards for download today. Tips: When I flashed these cards to Edison for the first 3 times, I…
Our toddler’s vocabulary is increasing day by day. They are aware of the words used to describe everyday objects and ideas. We can enhance their awareness by teaching them numbers and colours.
Flash cards are always my best teaching aids. I made some simple numbers flash cards to teach little Edison to count and recognize numbers.
I stumbled upon a very interesting website named Learning English Kids by British Council this morning. It is a website for children to learn English…
This is another interesting training to improve our children’s speed learning. Eye training can broaden the field of vision. As a result, the eyes are able to read bigger areas at one glance.
Our sensei at Shichida Method has introduced the Linking Memory program at the beginning of this term. However, little Edison shows very little interest in…