Make a smart de­ci­sion

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RE­SEARCH has proven that chil­dren who re­ceive pos­i­tive in­ter­ac­tion from their sur­round­ings are more likely to be­come cre­ative, in­no­va­tive and ad­ven­tur­ous learn­ers through­out their lives.

Over at Smart Reader Kids, the teach­ers take great care in pro­vid­ing a pos­i­tive learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment to young chil­dren. Un­der their guid­ance, chil­dren are mo­ti­vated to learn in a fun and cre­ative way, which in turn en­cour­ages them to de­velop the in­ter­est for life­long learn­ing.

Rosshainizam Hamzah and Nooraznita Zain­oldin had al­ways wanted to pro­vide a qual­ity early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion ex­pe­ri­ence for their daugh­ter, par­tic­u­larly a pro­gramme that of­fers a holis­tic ap­proach to early child­hood learn­ing.

“Af­ter go­ing through sev­eral pro­grammes, we dis­cov­ered that the ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem at Smart Reader Kids is dif­fer­ent. For starters, we find it fas­ci­nat­ing that the teach­ers ap­ply at­trac­tive, easy to un­der­stand and en­joy­able meth­ods for the chil­dren.

“We are also glad the sub­jects taught are in line with those taught in Year One. Since our daugh­ter is al­ready ex­posed to English, maths and sci­ence, we be­lieve she will be more pre­pared when she en­ters pri­mary school,” they said.

Their five-year-old daugh­ter, Nur In­tan Fati­hah­tul Na­ji­hah Aleesya Baqr­ish, is study­ing at Smart Reader Kids Ta­man Sau­jana, Ka­munt­ing, Perak.

Ever since she took up the Smart Reader Kids pro­gramme, they no­ticed she has be­come more in­de­pen­dent and or­gan­ised.

“She is al­ways ea­ger to go to school. She likes the way the lessons are taught and there is al­ways some­thing for her to share with us. We hope her foun­da­tion at Smart Reader Kids will help her re­alise her am­bi­tion to be­come a doc­tor some­day,” said Nooraznita.

Hav­ing heard of Smart Reader Kids’ rep­u­ta­tion in ed­u­cat­ing young chil­dren, James Brody Wil­son and Bar­bra Us­say de­cided to enrol their five- year-old son Nathaniel In­dam.

“Our son’s aca­demic progress for the past year has been very good. He has a won­der­ful learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence at Smart Reader Kids Ta­man Cukai Utama, Ke­ma­man, Tereng­ganu, and we look for­ward to a smooth tran­si­tion when he goes to pri­mary school in a cou­ple of years,” said James.

For de­tails on Smart Reader Kids, Smart Reader Kids Man­darin Medium, Smart Reader Kids Is­lamic and Smart Reader Kids++ fran­chised pro­grammes, call Smart Reader Kids Ta­man Sau­jana, Ka­munt­ing, Perak at 05-807 7757; Smart Reader Kids Ta­man Cukai Utama, Ke­ma­man, Tereng­ganu at 09-858 9757; Smart Reader World­wide at 03-6279 5555 or SMARTLine at 1300 88 5555.

In­ter­net users can browse www. smartread­, or log on to Face­book at SmartReader or Twit­ter at Smart_SRW. Views and feed­back can be shared at http://smartreader-kids.

Par­ents dis­cov­ered that their chil­dren have shown im­prove­ments af­ter at­tend­ing Smart Reader Kids classes.

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