Term 2/2018 Schedule

Term 2/2018 is from Thursday 29th March to Sunday 3rd June 2018.

For term dates, please click HERE. To enquire/register, please click HERE.





Bright Minds Lapbookers (10 lessons)

Age 3 - 4 years (1 hr)
Thursday 11am - 12pm

Age 3.5 - 5 years (1 hr 15 min)
Saturday 2pm - 3.15pm       
Sunday 9.45am - 11am    

Age 5.5 - 7 years (1 hr 30 min) 
Saturday 10.30am - 12pm     
Sunday 1 - 2.30pm                
  
Primary 1 & 2 (1 hr 45 min) 
Saturday 12.15pm - 2pm
Sunday 2.30pm - 4.15pm    

Chinese Lapbookers (10 lessons)
For 4 - 6 years old    (1 hr 15 min)
Saturday 3.30pm - 4.45pm         
Sunday 11.15am - 12.30pm        

For Primary 1 (1 hr 15 min) 
Sunday 4.30pm - 5.45pm       

For Primary 2 to 4 (1 hr 30 min)
Saturday 9am - 10.30am        


 

One-time, non-refundable registration fee of $40 applies to all new students and returning students who skipped two terms or more. All registrations are subject to availability, on a first-come-first-served basis. For all terms & conditions, please refer to FAQs.

Many appreciative parents have sent us testimonials via emails, SMS and handwritten notes. To read what other parents said about our classes, click HERE.

Term Dates

Term 2/2018 (10 weeks: 29 March - 3 June 2018)


Lessons
Thursday
Saturday
Sunday
1
29 March 2018
31 March
1 April
2
5 April
7 April
8 Apr
3
12 Apr
14 Apr
15 Apr
4
19 Apr
21 Apr
22 Apr
5
26 Apr
28 Apr
29 Apr
6
3 May
5 May
6 May
7
10 May
12 May
13 May
8
17 May
19 May
20 May
9
24 May
26 May
27 May
10
31 May
2 June
3 June


Holiday Programmes: 9th to 24th June


Term 3/2018 (11 weeks: 28 June - 9 September 2018)


Lessons
Thursday
Saturday
Sunday
1
28 June 2018
30 June
1 July
2
5 July
7 July
8 July
3
12 July
14 July
15 July
4
19 July
21 July
22 July
5
26 July
28 July
29 July
6
2 August
4 Aug
5 Aug
7
8 Aug*(in lieu of 9 Aug)
11 Aug
12 Aug
8
16 Aug
18 Aug
19 Aug
9
23 Aug
25 Aug
26 Aug
10
30 Aug
1 September
2 September
11
6 September
8 Sept
9 Sept

4 Ways to Respond to "I Don't Know"?

I am sure as parents, we have all heard plenty of "I don't know" responses from our kids.

Sometimes, they really meant it. But have you ever suspected that your kids may know more than they let on and are using "I don't know" often as an easy response to your questions?

Over the years, I have learnt to differentiate the true meanings behind all these "I don't know" replies that my kids and students gave to my questions.

To begin with, I do ask hundreds of questions a day. Yes, hundreds of questions.

I know all too well, that my kids, like all kids, will pick the easy way out and patronise me with "I don't know" to save themselves the trouble of furnishing me with details unless they see a huge incentive. It was especially so when my kids were younger. Now, I hear "I don't know" less frequently because they know I do not accept such quick responses easily.

I see the same reactions and responses from my students, especially the ones who are new to my programmes.

Usually, those who have attended my classes for a while will learn to reflect on their own "I don't know" and figure out how they could better phrase their responses to my questions. Of course, my students and own kids have been taught and shown how to reflect and identify the true reasons behind their "I don't know".

Naturally, this learning process takes time to develop, but the earlier we start teaching them this important skill of reflecting on their own "I don't know" and realising what exactly they do not know, the sooner they will master it.

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