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Read more...We first discovered that Austin can read when he uttered softly 'The Light' while we're passing by a large billboard on the road. We thought it was a mere coincidence. Next, he shouted 'No Parking, Clamping Zone' when we stepped out from our car at the parking building. At barely 2 yo, this was...

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Read more...Honestly, I can resist when it comes to pretty clothes or nice shoes, but I couldn't when it comes to crazy deals on great picture books for children. As if that I have never had enough when I was young, I wanted every good books that I saw on the shelves.
 
Our recent trip to KLCC Book...

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Read more...Although books in general are good stuff for children, parents still pick one over another for a few reasons. It can be the story line, the illustration or even the price. It has never came across my mind that getting books for Austin in fact is not a simple decision.

Not many of us perhaps...

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Read more...Unlike the bygone days, Malaysia education system is constantly changing now. The syllabus is getting tougher, curriculum is more complicated. If my memory serves me well, we started to learn ABC in Standard 1 (Year 1) 30 years ago. Only simple words e.g. teacher, father and cat were in taught in...

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Read more...Believe me, even if you're a non native English speaker, your child will never be penalized to struggle early literacy in English. No matter English is your mother tongue or not, learning how to teach your child to read benefit across the board as long as you make a reasonable goal in addition to...

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Read more...Learning how to read

If you'd completed Psychology 101, you'd agree with me that the ability to learn is a result of experience. Yes, some children were born with talents thus that help them to expedite and push forward beyond excellence. And even if English-is-native chromosome is required (to...

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