Month

April 2020
Montessori-At-Home Under the sea, under the sea! 🎵🐠🐟🐙🐢🎶 Ocean life is pretty colourful, indeed! Let’s try this finger exercise with your little one. The complex weaving technique is great practice for their small fingers and the patterns are sure to inspire their creativity. You will need: 1. Paper 2. Pen 3. Pen knife/cutter 4. Ribbons...
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Montessori-At-Home Here’s a really fun activity for your child (and you) to try out! All you need is playdough, a straw, and a marble (can be substituted with ping pong ball). First, build a simple track for your child with some elongated playdough. After the first demonstration, encourage them to add on to the track...
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Montessori-At-Home   Try this sensorial Montessori-At-Home activity that builds on your child’s memory and language skills while bringing a small part of winter. The goal is for your child to find the letters in the snow! You will need: 1. Letter board (same size as clear tray) 2. Clear tray 3. Snowballs or pompoms (optional)...
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Montessori-At-Home Fond of the sea? Take your little one on a fishing trip at home! This activity aims to build a child’s coordination skills as they attempt to balance the hovering magnet over the paper clip, as well as understanding of zoology! Build their curiosity in both science and nature in this simple coordination game!...
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Since the start of the quarantine period on the 18th March 2020, we have been doing our part by staying home and staying safe. But there are still doctors, nurses, healthcare teams, janitors, police officers, delivery drivers, grocery store clerks, gas station attendants, warehouse workers, pharmacists and other essential team members who are out there...
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It is completely normal to feel frustrated to stay home for long periods of time. Humans are social creatures after all. The children’s house wants to support you as best we can despite the situation. Here are a few suggestions to help improve you and your family’s well being.  1. Exercise  This may sound like...
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Wash Your Hands and Wear Your Masks: Why is it so important?  According to one infection control expert from the University of North South Wales, Sydney, people touch their faces an average of 23 times a day!  So what’s wrong with touching our face with our hands? Humans interact with their environment and other people...
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At the early stage of childhood, children rely on their senses to learn about the world. If you haven’t heard yet, sensory baskets are a great tool to introduce to your child! Aside from developmental benefits, you can also build the basket together and spend a bit more time as a family. Click here to...
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Beautiful Flower Art and Craft using recyclable bottles
Introducing the “Soda Stamping Flower Art” With some colourful paint and recycled bottles, you are good to go! Normal bottles with a 5-point bottom is great to be used as they instantly give you ”petal” shapes! However, you can also use the rounded bottoms to give your flowers a “ring”   Have some endless stamping...
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For children aged 5 to 6 years old, parents could set the level higher through an alphabet memory game to boost their memory. Here are the steps: 1. Prepare 52 empty cards. 2. Have your children to write down each alphabet on each card, both uppercase and lowercase. 3. Shuffle the cards and lay them...
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