ROOM TO GROW

At Lit­tle Green House, your preschooler has the chance to blos­som and de­velop his full po­ten­tial in a lit­er­acy-rich and cre­ative en­vi­ron­ment.

Young Parents (Singapore) - - Age By Stage 7-9 Years -

Give your lit­tle one a head­start and en­cour­age his love for learn­ing at Lit­tle Green House.

This award-win­ning preschool, voted for hav­ing the Best Lit­er­acy Pro­gramme, nur­tures your child’s to­tal devel­op­ment by way of a strong aca­demic cur­ricu­lum, cre­ative en­rich­ment and hands-on ac­tiv­i­ties.

AWARD-WIN­NING LIT­ER­ACY SMARTTM PRO­GRAMME

What sets Lit­tle Green House apart from other preschools is its Lit­er­acy SmartTM Pro­gramme, which grad­u­ally and con­tin­u­ously de­vel­ops your child in be­com­ing a flu­ent reader, con­fi­dent speaker and bud­ding writer.

It is es­pe­cially help­ful for chil­dren who do not have a strong foun­da­tion in read­ing, speak­ing and writ­ing be­cause of lim­ited ex­po­sure at home. The pro­gramme is tai­lored for kids aged 18 months to six years.

The par­ents of Ad­abelle say that their daugh­ter has thrived be­yond their ex­pec­ta­tions as a K2 stu­dent at Lit­tle Green House: “Ad­abelle has de­vel­oped aca­dem­i­cally, thanks to the Lit­er­acy SMARTTM Pro­gramme. But, more than that, the cur­ricu­lum and ac­tiv­i­ties have helped her build her so­cial skills and de­vel­oped her char­ac­ter, too.”

A NUR­TUR­ING AND CRE­ATIVE EN­VI­RON­MENT

Lit­tle Green House also pro­vides a homely, lov­ing and nur­tur­ing en­vi­ron­ment – this grooms each child’s learn­ing abil­ity and de­vel­ops him holis­ti­cally.

Chil­dren who at­tend Lit­tle Green House have ac­cess to ageap­pro­pri­ate read­ers and ac­tiv­ity books, au­dio learn­ing sta­tions and cur­rent news clip­pings.

This doesn’t just fuel their pas­sion for read­ing, it also sparks their cu­rios­ity about real-world oc­cur­rences.

The ded­i­cated teach­ers also use a va­ri­ety of learn­ing aids to en­gage the kids with fun ac­tiv­i­ties, in­ter­ac­tive role­play­ing and short quizzes.

The teach­ers iden­tify each child’s learn­ing needs through spe­cially cu­rated ac­tiv­i­ties, such as story-telling ses­sions, word games and book shar­ing, and care­fully mon­i­tor each child’s pace of learn­ing along the way.

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