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Are you a parent or guardian seeking ways to encourage your child and learn at home?
We offer a FREE 20-minute online consultation to provide you with practical ideas to improve your child's learning outcome. Whether your child is home-schooled or attends school, we are here to help you.

Pupils aged between 3 to 7 years.


We explore meaningful and practical problem-solving activities that you can do to support your child improve their skills in numeracy and literacy.

 Pupils aged between 8 to 18 years.


We explore the recommended national curriculum subjects and how you can best support your child academically to achieve their targeted results.

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Parental involvement plays a significant role in a child’s learning and academic success. The following activities provide parents natural opportunities to support their child's learning journey in addition to formal schooling.

  • Establish routine activities that increase your interactions with your child, such as reading, writing, playing games, cooking together, drawing and painting, and other household chores. Every activity is an opportunity to learn naturally.
  • Go for a nature walk. It is one of the best ways to connect your child with the world around them. Being outdoors with your children creates many opportunities for learning naturally about math and science, exploring arts and crafts, and developing language and social skills.
  • Developing fluency in numeracy is best done by encouraging mental calculations, measuring lengths, checking time frequently, keeping records, classifying things, and involving your child in learning to shop on a given budget. These are all practical and natural ways of supporting your child to widen their knowledge base.
  • Develop the habit of practising the four A's of gratitude (Appreciation, Approval, Admiration, and Attention).
  • Set a regular time for meditation and prayers.

All parents and children are different with unique personalities, divinely blessed with an innate talent and with diverse cultural heritage and economic status. There is no one-size-fits-all in human development or upbringing.
However, there are these three milestones in child development. Milestones are general guidelines, not strict rules. The three milestones of child development given below are timeless wisdom passed on through centuries and still valid today. It is worth considering regardless of your background, aptitude or socio-economic status.

First Stage:
Play with your child from 0 to 7 years.

Build a strong connection with your child. It is the foundation period from which your relationship with your child will grow. Take the time out of your busy schedule to cultivate and nurture this connection through mindful play. It's hard work, especially if your child is very active and you have many other things vying for attention.

Second Stage:
Teach your child 7 to 14 years.

During the ages of 7 to 14, children are willing to learn. With a natural curiosity and eagerness to learn, your child is receptive to any knowledge presented through instruction, demonstration or observation.
Set rules and boundaries. Establishing a solid foundation during these years will inspire them to learn.

Third Stage:
Guide your child 14 to 21 years.

Once your child is 14 or reaches puberty, he/she will connect more with peers. At this stage, fostering a friendly relationship offering guidance and support to your child is crucial as they navigate through life's distractions, challenges and choices in finding their purpose in life and making their own decisions, good or bad.

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