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Tips to Mastering Self-Discipline

Tips to Mastering Self-Discipline

The year is well underway and by now, your child's batteries must have been recharged. Do you, as a parent, feel like you still have to discipline your child daily and your child is not behaving the way you want them to on their own? Well, maybe then it is time for...

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Each child learns differently

Each child learns differently

Our Learning Lodge always caters to the different methods of learning and make sure that it suits the student's learning style. You must have heard about the 7 learning styles by Integrated Learning Services. There are Visual learners, Verbal learners, Aural...

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Must read children’s classics for the December holidays

Must read children’s classics for the December holidays

They say that classics never go out of style.  Classics tell of thrilling tales or imaginative places which are just as exhilarating now as they were decades ago. They instil good values and timeless life lessons such as treating animals with respect and handling...

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OLL’s Burning Facts of the month – Nov

OLL’s Burning Facts of the month – Nov

English Just like we are for food, we as humans are always hungry to learn. Hence, gastronomy knowledge combines the two yearnings. Every food has a unique origin story and studying it provides an excellent opportunity to get a glimpse into the past. Basic food names...

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Memorise Better with MNEMONICS

Memorise Better with MNEMONICS

Mnemonic are techniques a person can use to help them improve their ability to remember something. In other words, it’s a memory technique to help your brain better encode and recall important information. It’s a simple shortcut that helps us associate the information...

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OLL’s BURNING FACTS oF THE MONTH – FEB

OLL’s BURNING FACTS oF THE MONTH – FEB

English Did you know that the most complex word in the English language is “run”? Surprisingly deceptive, don’t you agree? This short word has 645 definitions and holds the record for the most number of definitions in the Oxford English Dictionary. The word was so...

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How to keep your child motivated during the holiday

How to keep your child motivated during the holiday

Holidays are all about fun, excitement and rest but many children will feel quite lethargic after a week of staying at home. Many will venture into multiple new hobbies throughout the day but gets tired of them after a while.  Before you know it, two weeks will pass...

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HOW TO OVERCOME REVISION ROADBLOCKS

HOW TO OVERCOME REVISION ROADBLOCKS

It can be frustrating when you are struggling with your studies. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important not to feel overwhelmed. Take a deep breath and read on for our tips on how you can overcome these roadblocks. 1) NOT UNDERSTAND SOMETHING BEING...

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Things to ask your child this Chinese New Year

Things to ask your child this Chinese New Year

These questions by Word From The Bird should be asked on a regular basis but since it is Chinese New Year this month, it would be good to start a new ritual of getting the family together and getting to know one another better during the celebration day itself....

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3 Ways to Study Effectively

3 Ways to Study Effectively

A huge amount of content needs to be covered in PSLE and learning all the content will take a long time. However, your child can learn faster and more easily with these techniques. 1.    Shorter study sessionsA study session broken down into multiple...

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Habits for child To practise in 2021

Habits for child To practise in 2021

Habits are minor tasks which makes life simpler and more efficient. Starting to do them may be difficult but once we get the hang of it, doing them will become second nature.  Here is a list of habits your child can pick up:  1. Evaluate your day With so...

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How to respond to your child  during difficult circumstances

How to respond to your child during difficult circumstances

Quirky remarks and downright rude replies from a child may be difficult to handle. They might not understand that you only want the best for them and they might act out by making hurtful comments or angry retorts. To make sure you remain calm and the situation does...

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