On May 5, the Education Bureau announced that K3 face-to-face classes would resume on June 15. Please visit the EDB website for the latest information.
Young children are exposed to maths all the time through a wide variety of play experiences. From the time they are born, babies are surrounded by sense impressions. Shapes in particular are of immediate importance, babies react to the arrangements of shapes which make up the human face.
We’ve compiled a list of blog posts that help sum up our teaching and learning philosophy. Written by our teachers, these are part of what it means to be an Avendale teacher or student and we hope that you can see what it means to learn the ‘Avendale Way’.
For younger children, maths can take many forms and is so much more than simple numbers. In this article, we explore 5 things that are all considered maths, and provide you with tips on how to promote it in interactions with your child.
This is about exercising your child's fine motor skills by encouraging him to extract the pom poms from the whip using their fingers. He will thus exercise the small muscles of the hand and his fingers as well as his hand-eye coordination.
We don’t just have to use our hands to sense different things - we can use lots of different parts of our bodies. Today, we can investigate feelings through our feet by creating a sensory floor, and develop our gross-motor movement as a result.
The way we speak to children has a significant impact on the relationships we build with them and the way they go on to communicate with others. Being intentional with the language we use can reinforce positive behaviour, make children feel noticed and connected as well as build their vocabulary.
What really matters when choosing a kindergarten for your child? There is an abundance of choice in Hong Kong when it comes to educational opportunities for children so what should parents look for when making this important decision for their child’s future?