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English Enrichment (Little Explorers)

Description: Based on the theory that young children learn best through play and discovery Little Explorers is a creative language arts programme which encourages children to explore, discover and create through multi-sensory learning centres. Through collaborative play and one to one interaction with our early years teachers, our very youngest learners developing their cognitive skills and rapidly pick up the ability to communicate and socialize with others.

Centre: Lorna Whiston

Program Type: Reading/ Phonics/ Writing/ English

Class Schedule: N/A

Class Duration: 90 Minutes

Trial Class/Term: Trial Term

Trial Fees/Lesson: N/A

Special SAP Discount(%): N/A

Program Focus: Communications and explorations

Branch Address:

United Square | Central Region
101 Thomson Road #03-18 / #04-22 United Square, Singapore 307591, +65 6253 7688

Age Group(s):

18 months - 2 years
2-3 years
3-4 years

Branch Address:

Parkway | East Region
80 Marine Parade Road #07-05 Parkway Parade Singapore 449269, +65 6348 7550

Age Group(s):

18 months - 2 years
2-3 years
3-4 years


  • meyouherandshe
    3 Review(s)

    Cultivate reading of books - United Square

    August 23, 2016 2:05:23 AM

    The thing I like about their program is that it encourages my daughter to read story books. In the past, I do bring her to the national library to borrow books but then she won't have the initiative to take them out to read. Now that the class requires every one to borrow 2 books each week and be prepared for their next lesson, she will be more interested and disciplined to take the books out and have me read with her. The teacher will also then write down some comments in their reading record when she tell the class about the books she had borrowed and read. But I would say that their fees not low but then well I see positive results so far.

  • 911
    2 Review(s)

    Lorna Whiston at United Square

    March 07, 2016 2:58:30 AM

    At term start the teacher will give out a summary list of alphabets that they will be covering every week. It is a parent accompanied class and so I am able to know how the teacher taught and go back and revise with my child. We will usually start with songs and then they will get 1 to 2 kids to come forward and tell the class about their previous week homework. Every week there will be homework but its just one sheet and so its still fine. Then there is also flash card that shows the alphabet. She will show the letter and introduce the alphabet sound and ask the kids to use their fingers to write the letter. After this, the teacher will get the kids to pick some cards and read out what the picture is showing. E.g. for letter "F", there will be a picture of a Friendly Fish and the child will have to read out in front of everyone. Awesome learning phonics the fun way! There will also be some time for drama time and lastly she will give us homework for the week.

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