This is a part of a series on the learning programme we offer at Scholar Base. We hone reading, writing and public speaking skills. We start students as young as four with a reading programme and they soon progress to start writing as well. Besides these three skills, we emphasize development in 6 key areas: Thinking Understanding Communication Concentration IQ & EQ Growth in Confidence Level In this article, we focus on what why we develop the child’s IQ and EQ. Most people think […]
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Why Role-Playing is in our Core Curriculum We discussed the importance of role-playing and how that helps develop a child’s learning here. For those who did not have the chance to read through the post, I would encourage you to do that when you get a chance. If you prefer a short video to highlight […]Creative Thinking, Learn English, Role-Play
Holistic Learning Through Singing and Poem Recitation Singing and Poems Recitations are not subjects that are included in the curriculum of most schools in Malaysia. Why is that? Could it be because there are no formal examinations for these activities? Could this also be the reason why our young learners find it difficult to […]
Are you ready to sing, dance and have some fun? Yes, it is the time for Scholar Base’s annual Open Day again and all are welcome! Date : 28th September 2014, Sunday Venue: Scholar Base, Lot G-04, Scott Garden Complex,289 Jalan Klang Lama. There will be drama performances, storytelling, singing and there’s also a time sensitive and […]
The Art of Storytelling Storytelling is an ancient art form, derived from times when writing did not yet exist when tales, legends and myths were passed down by the word of mouth. It is in essence a form of human expression; an interactive exchange between the storyteller and listeners, using words and actions to invoke […]
Reuters, an international news agency published an article on our Summer programme to develop creativity in children.
What Studies Show The British Cohort Study found that teens who read more books at age 10 and had continued to read books till the age of 16 were found to have had better test results. No surprises here. Studies also show that children who started reading at a young age made greater intellectual progress. […]
It is a great boost on our confidence that our initiatives in developing children’s literacy is recognised by Yahoo Finance. Here is an article about us on our Summer Holiday Programme. Update: Yahoo has recently made changes to the listing. You can see the same article being published here on Nasdaq Global Newswire.