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Pre-Academic
  • Essential for cognitive development and help to prepare child for formal schooling.
  • Learning Skills: Matching, Sorting, Sequencing, Alphabets, Numbers, Counting & Quantity, Rhyming, Vocabulary, Phonological Awareness.
Cognitive
  • Essential to develop child's analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Language and cognitive development are closely linked.
  • Learning Skills: Concentration, Imagination, Problem Solving, Logic, Organizing Information.
Fine Motor
  • Essential to help child develop eye-hand coordination and handwriting for life and functions.
  • Learning Skills: Gripping, Cutting, Pinching, Tearing, Stringing, Writing, Painting
Neuro Exercise
  • Essential to help child develop underlying learning skills linking the brain, sensory & motor systems.
  • Learning Skills: Stimulate left and right brain hemispheres simultaneously. Improve gross motor, sensory motor integration, midline crossing, visual motor coordination, strength control, attention, activity, copying, writing and reading speed, fluency and ease and hence learning as a whole.
Visual Spatial Skills
  • Essential to help child develop spatial skills and performance in academic subjects, especially Math.
  • Learning Skills: Spatial Relation, Visual Discrimination, Visual Closure, Figure-Ground Discrimination, Visual Motor Integration
Visual Memory
  • Essential to help child develop processes to receive, process, interpret, organise and retain visual information.
  • Learning Skills: Visual Memory
Auditory Processing
  • Essential to help child develop processes to receive, process, interpret, organise and retain sounds and verbal information.
  • Learning Skills: Auditory Discrimination, Auditory Memory, Auditory Perception, Auditory-Vocal Association, Auditory Synthesis, Auditory-Vocal Automaticity, Auditory Figure-Ground
Expressive Language
  • Essential to help child develop skills and confidence to communicate thoughts, needs, feelings and views to others adequately.
  • Learning Skills: Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication
Receptive Language
  • Essential to help child organise and comprehend what is being said / strings of verbal information.
  • Affect attention, socialisation, comprehension, reading, and learning retention capabilities in school whereby auditory learning is dominant.
  • Learning Skills: Processing, Interpreting, Organising, Retaining, Express Verbal Information Received.
Reading
  • Essential to help child develop to be an independent and confident reader, especially those at risk for reading difficulties and those learning English as a second language.
  • Learning Skills:
    1. Phonological Awareness - the ability to identify and manipulate the individual sounds of language.
    2. Phonological Development - higher levels of phonological skills other than foundational awareness.
Attention / Imitation / Compliance
  • Essential to help child develop concentration and ability to follow instructions.
  • Learning Skills: Sustained Eye Contact, Focus, Concentration, Imitation of Actions, Sounds and Words
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