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Realised that it has been almost 3 years since my last blog post. Times flies... I used to write post from the perspective of an educator, but I guess it is no longer so. What has changed?? The below quote probably sums it all. "One way... can tell by applying ... the tests for wrongdoings.... The 

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Should We Give Our Children The Best???

This question sounds silly, right? We parents will always give our children the best, so long it is within our means. This is a statement, not a question. As we are becoming more affluent, the best for our children may become part of their lifestyle, which can be expensive. I am just wondering, in the 

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“Seeds of Success” Series – Tips from Experts

For the past few years, I have been searching high and low for a children’s formula of success. I went through courses like “Financial Education for Children”, “Children Development and Play”, “Child Personality and Psychology in Education” and even a Hypnotherapy certification course (Unfortunately, I don’t practise hypnotherapy by profession.). I grabbed all possible opportunities to clarify with 

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Science Titbits, October 23, 2014

This concept behind this question is easy to grasp. Hence, when I first asked my P3 students to attempt this question, I thought they would usually get it right. How very wrong I was! While the concept is easy, the technique of handling this question may somehow be too challenging for some P3 students. There 

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Science Titbits, October 21, 2014

This question is very useful for me to identify the students who may have the wrong concept of the conditions for the seed to germinate. Seed usually requires air, water and warmth to germinate. In this question, the setup is placed in a dark cupboard. Students who think that light is a required condition for seed 

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