What is better? (Homeschooling or Formal Schooling)

Homeschooling, as an educational practice, has been around for centuries. Historically, it was the primary method of education for most children until formal schooling became more widespread in the 19th century. In the United States, early settlers often educated their children at home due to a lack of formal schools.

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How to Teach Phonics? (The Basics)

How to teach Phonics? (The Basics)

The primary goal of phonics instruction is to help individuals, especially young readers, develop the ability to decode or read words by translating the letters or graphemes into their corresponding phonemes and then blending those sounds together to form words. Phonics instruction is a fundamental component of early literacy education, and it plays a crucial role in helping individuals become proficient readers and spellers.

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How to set up a Montessori Bedroom?

A Montessori bedroom refers to a carefully designed and organized space for children that aligns with the principles and philosophy of the Montessori educational approach. The Montessori method, developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, emphasizes independence, freedom of movement, and self-directed learning.

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How to Develop Critical Thinking Skills?

Critical thinking skills become more pronounced during the preschool years. Children demonstrate improved reasoning abilities, engage in imaginative play with complex storylines, and show curiosity about the world around them.

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How to make Summer Vacations Exciting?

As summer vacation approaches, it’s time to embark on an exciting journey of fun and learning for junior school students aged 7 to 11 years old. To make their break memorable, I have designed a special activity pack containing nine engaging tasks that will keep them entertained, encourage creativity, and enhance their skills. Let’s explore the wonderful world of summer with this carefully curated set of activities!

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Time management skills: A person sitting at a desk with a clock in the background, symbolizing the concept of time management. The person is organizing their tasks and prioritizing them on a to-do list. They are using a calendar and a stopwatch to plan and track their activities efficiently. This image represents the importance of effective time management skills in achieving productivity and meeting deadlines.

How to Teach Time Management Skills?

One of the earliest documented uses of time management in education was in the late 19th century when American educational reformer, John Dewey, emphasized the importance of time management in his educational philosophy. Dewey believed that learning should be experiential and that students should be given the opportunity to manage their own time and work at their own pace.

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How to teach Creative Writing Skills

Encouraging creative writing at this very early stage is a master stroke to prepare them early to have an imagination to create.

Creative writing skills are important for children of all ages, including preschoolers. Developing these skills at a young age can help children develop strong communication and literacy skills, as well as foster creativity and imagination.

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Inquiry Based Learning

How to implement Inquiry Based Learning?

Inquiry based learning has existed for thousands of years nearly in the 1900s. All in all it begins with the basic principle that the way to make sense of the world is through inquiry. From infancy onward, the process of gathering information, data & knowledge starts with seeing, hearing, touching, tasting & smelling. It’s a critical component of scientific method of the early enlightenment and it was a core idea of both John Dewey and Maria Montessori around Student Centered Learning.

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