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Two Exercises To Unlock The Storyteller Within Your Child Helping Them Access Their Inner Creative Genius

Children are natural born storytellers   Just ask them about their day – and watch how  many stories are waiting to be told.   The benefit of being a storyteller – is that your English – improves alot when you start translating this model of storytelling into the written word   The best way to […]

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Three fun games to teach your preschooler new English Words using These three Free Activity Worksheets

  Your Preschooler’s mind is fresh and young. A preschoolers brain is like a sponge that absorbs any information that excites all it’s sensors   Using this trick – we can begin introducing brand new English words into your child’s mind – by using a mix of visual imagery and match the following exercises Teach […]

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Two exercises that will help your children imprint the art of grammatically correct written English in the minds of your preschoolers

Written English is just about placing a few words in the right order until they sound correct when you say them out loud.   It’s really quite simple to become adept at written English. While spoken English requires a more verbal – linguistic approach – getting good at written English requires the development of the […]

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Three Exercises That Will Dramatically improve Your Child’s Spoken English No Matter How Old They Are Or How Good Their English Is

Spoken English is all about dropping the right words in the right sentences until they sound right   The one place where it is easy to mess up while speaking is the area called Verbs.     When your dominant language at home is your native tongue – what happens is – as your children […]

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No matter what your child’s academic performance is – these three exercises will help your child unlock the academic genius from within

Goals – a system of written words that help your child unlock the academic genius that lays within   Goals help your children clarify their reasons to study. Every great goal needs a reason and the more reasons you have too achieve a goal – the more likely you are to succeed   The concept […]

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Even if your child is still in pre school – these three exercises will help you unlock the winner within them

Psychologists credit the self image as the one metric that separates peak performers from average performers.     Even before an olympic athlete performs his routine – he’s played out the whole scenario in his mind’s eye – multiple times – where he sees himself win Again And Again This adds this memory of the […]

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Three exercises that will dramatically increase your preschooler’s brain power

The human mind is made up of several intelligences – most of which lay unused and undeveloped. Why? It’s because these intelligences are not exercised. Just like any other thing in life – the more time and effort you give to developing these intelligences – the more you will see your mind getting sharpened. The […]

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Even if your child is just learning how to read these three exercises will improve your child’s reading and comprehension skills

Reading is a key metric to helping your child crack new information. Each passage has a number of trigger points that lead to questions asked in the exams. Your child needs to be well trained in the art of reading and answering questions – to help them crack their English Exams It can get quite […]

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How to use Visual Imagery To Teach Your Preschooler About Numbers

Preschoolers respond to imagery way better than logic. If you were to logic to teach a preschooler about numbers – they would flat out get bored. It’s because their minds are at a nascent stage where it responds way better to colours, big images and anything that catches their eyes. So the best way to […]

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MIndmaps – Your child’s tool to making learning fun and effective

How do you encourage your child to study? What’s the one thing that you can do to help your children get excited by the prospect of learning? The writer used to live in a community of many children. He was like any other child – studying made him sick – his attention would wander and […]

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