Fine Motor Skills Development
Hand-skills development is critically important especially in the aspect of fine motor skills. The set consists of twenty activities to develop children’s hand skills progressively. These skills involve a refined use of the small muscles that control the hands, fingers and thumbs.
My First Books
The essential learning materials for children ages 2-4 years old to learn shapes, counting, A-Z, opposites, colours and words. The materials embrace the hands-on activities for the children to actively creating their knowledge.
Phonics 44 and Reading
The series are divided into six levels: pink, orange, blue, purple, light green and green. It underpins the systematic phonics 44 to teaching reading. Children will develop the reading skills progressively. Besides, the digital resources compliment paper-based learning materials to help children to comprehend, respond to, and compose multimodal texts in diverse forms, where meaning is communicated through dynamic combinations of two or more modes (sounds, texts, gestures, images, and etc.).
Exercise your brain regularly could engage neuroplasticity, which is your brain’s natural ability to rewire itself. You can do so by practicing several different cognitive exercises that challenge your brain to think in unique ways, causing it to create new neural pathways. The aspects introduced: Logical Thinking, Lateral Thinking, Visual Analysis & Memory Strengthening.