Algebra and Calculus to be introduced in Preschool as kids demand more challenges

“We are so bored with Dr. Seuss. And Baby Shark is getting too old. My brother was reviewing the Fourier Transform the other day. I checked it out and it was so easy!” – Alisha, 5

Our kids demand the best from us, so we listened.

Beginning School Year 2019-2020, we will be introducing Calculus to our Pre-K program, and our Toddler classes will be introduced to Algebra. Parents are advised to take up refresher courses on these subjects over the summer break so that you will be ready to assist the children on their homework starting next school year.

Of course this is a joke – it’s April Fools’ Day after all. 🤣 But our preschoolers do learn a lot of amazing things. They graduate Pre-K and Kindergarten well-prepared for big school. Imagine all the great things that can start here for your child. 🤗 ❤️

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Screen Time for Kids: A new research warning and the alternatives

A new research raises long term negative effects of long periods of screen time to children.

According to the United States National Institute of Health, who conducted the first long-term study on how screen time affects children’s brains, suggests more than 2 hours a day could do damage. Read more about it here.

How Screen Time Affects Children’s Brains – An NIH study

We’ve compiled a few alternatives that can help parents ease out of screen time dependency. Comment below for what has worked for you.