New Concepts To Learning

It is necessary to get our children the quality education that they need. Over time, the concepts of education have changed, which has been beneficial. It is a no brainer that parents always know what is best for their child. The kindergartens in Singapore take things up a notch in providing value education. Let us look at some of the concepts that were not prevailing earlier but have proven to help children of the present day be ready for the future.

The Basics

Children are taught to be accountable to authoritative figures aside from their parents. Making friends and expressing themselves in a classroom setting works wonderfully.


Learning the letters of the alphabet, along with pronouncing them is key to the formative education system. Word awareness and nursery rhymes make the little ones ready to read more than you ever imagined!


Children are taught how to write simple words. They are taught sentence construction by beginning a sentence with a capital letter and using lowercases for the rest. Numerals are taught at the time, thereby  developing motor skills of the child.


Learning how to count and recognise numbers with the medium of visual props piques the interest of a child. Basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are taught at Our Juniors, paving the way for regular school.


Practically every child today knows how to use a smart phone. Using this medium, by imparting wisdom in the form of gaming and other features, gears the attention span of a child.


Topics pertaining to parts of the body and the senses, personal and dental hygiene, weather conditions, nutrition plants and animal life are covered. In teaching a group of children, through experimentation and observation without extensive lab work gears children and helps them learn better.

A variety of kindergartens in Singapore encourage bilingual learning that enables children. Children automatically respond to new sounds and nothing can get them more curious than something that is different to what they are used to. Aside from these necessities, children are taught social niceties and the art of responding to a firm tone.

Saying please and thank you is a part of the system. After the kindergarten year, the child will know how to spell, write, read, and calculate. S/he will know the different months of the year, days of the week and count numbers from one to hundred. The new concepts may seem a wee bit too much to parents, but it is a necessity today.