Stephen R. Covey's book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has managed to transform students and empower them for decades.
Here's a video of our Glendale Primary students demonstrated the 7 Habits to adapt them. Have a look at our tiny tots excelling at understanding them.
Habit 1: Be Proactive
Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
Habit 6: Synergize
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
By making them learn these things, we are hoping to make them effective.
Before and after school club fun!!😛 We have LIMITED spaces left, please contact us with enquiries! We are based at Temple Learning academy however also provide pick ups/drop offs from Corpus Christi Primary and Meadowfield Primary 🌳
MIND GAMES FOR KIDS :
BRAIN BOOSTING (2-5 YR OLDS)
Mommies, Do you know how crucial it is to nurture your child’s brain before they turn 5?
Learning is not limited to schools, books or boring activities. In fact- this is the best phase of your child’s education where both of you can have fun!
The best way to stimulate your child are some simple and fun activities that can help accelerate the verbal and motor skills really fast. SIMON SAYS
Touch your feet, turn around, find the colour red, clap your hand, jump, wave your hand…the list can go on and on but your child won’t get tired of playing this game. Best played in a group with the rest as adults or slightly older children, this will help improve listening skills and interpretation skills, leading to better social development.
All you need to do is give your child some commands beginning with the words ‘Simon says dance or jump’ and the toddler has to follow to get points. If you give the command without beginning with Simon says, and the child follows, he loses points. The one with the highest score at the end wins. Source :
We are delighted to announce our Learning Programme Partner for Elmer’s Great North Parade is independent supply teaching agency @firstclasssupply.
As part of their sponsorship, First Class Supply will gift six small Elmers to a selection of schools across the North East. The company has also sponsored a large Elmer, which will be situated at an iconic location in the North East.
Lesley Robinson, Director at First Class Supply, said: “It’s so important to First Class Supply to be involved with such a fantastic cause for our region, and we’re thrilled to be the Learning Programme Partner for Elmer’s Great North Parade. As an agency it’s incredibly important for us to support and get involved with our local community, our local schools and their pupils, so Elmer’s Parade is a natural fit.” Welcome to the Herd!
I am the quietest fluffiest puppy at Kindergarten ☁️☁️ It’s so over stimulating with all the smells, sounds, and activity I shut down after about 30 minutes 😳 #imdone Mom says I need to build up a tolerance☝🏼 #learning#puppykindergarten
We have a really relaxed vibe going on at home, but sometimes I wonder if we are TOO relaxed 😂 I see and hear from fellow homeschool moms stressing over curriculums and strict schedules and tests and portfolio reviews and shelf work and phonics programs and how long study time should be and grade levels and field trips and socializing and learning styles and sooo many other things (I recently read about one mom making her kids wear watches during their lessons so they don’t lose their focus 😮). When someone frets about it to me and asks how we manage it, I just tell them to please relax and find their own vibe! 🤷🏻♀️ There’s value in some of the above but at the moment, that’s just not us. Also, for anyone curious, we are not with a homeschool provider. We used to be, until I realized I was not interested in doing ‘school at home’. I am not even interested in ‘doing school’. I’m just interested in my kids being able to live their lives fully and pursuing what is truly interesting and meaningful to them. It might sound much too simple and idealistic, but I feel that this is one area that does not need overthinking. Just relaaaax, try to shake off the cultural stigma and stop worrying about where your child is at IQ-wise. They’ll get there in their own time. The heart is more important.
“when someone is seeking...it happens quite easily that he only see the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything, unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing that he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal... in striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose.” —hermann hesse, siddhartha 🌹 one of the best books i have read in a very long time! 🌟 #rose#siddhartha#buddha#spirituality#happiness#freedom#thought
Educational Resources designed and developed by a teacher. Personalised name activities to help your child learn to recognise and write their name. Maths and English activities to help develop skills to assist your child on their educational journey.
Dear LillyBella, so this was the first week mommy got to buckled down on learning with you.. You got to join your friends in a home school class and mommy took that example home.. you got to learn about the MOON and make an astronaut helmet, also how Jesus is the sun and we are the moon and he gives us his light.. what fun.. love mommy