“Bringing Literacy Alive” The Little Skool-House Literacy Preschool Seminar

The Little Skool-House Literacy Preschool Seminar

Young Parents Master Class

“Bringing Literacy Alive”

          presented by The Little Skool-House International


WHEN 27 May 2017 (Saturday), 10am – 1pm

WHERE Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre Rm 331/332/334

EARLY BIRD $10 per person (U.P. $20 per person)/ $15 for two (U.P. $25 for two) when you sign up by Apr 30. Includes tea reception. Strictly no admission for children.



Topics covering:

  • Cheat sheet for Parents
  • Everyday learning opportunities: Identifying & making use of everyday things to learn a language


The Little Skool-House International Presentation Synopsis  

Literacy is the ability to use reading and writing for a variety of tasks at school and outside of school. As such, listening, speaking, reading and writing forms the foundation for a literate person and an important measure for school readiness. Today, children’s literacy has become a way of measuring whether you are a “good enough” parent. Parents buy story books and send their children for numerous reading classes with the hope that their children can read and write earlier and better than their peers. What are things we can do on a daily basis to improve our children’s literacy development? In reality, the key is the link between good, healthy play and forming good habits to include literacy in our everyday interactions with our children. Meet our early childhood specialists to exchange ideas on ways to improve language and literacy development and learn to make simple materials that can be used for fun language games at home.

Speakers’ Profile

1.Ong Seok Yan – Senior Education Development Specialist 

Ong Seok Yan has been involved in planning for the classroom and keeping standards of care and education for over 20 years.  Equipped with a Master of Science in Early Childhood Care and Education, she has facilitated programme implementation in Indonesia and has assisted in the Bilingual Immersion Programme in Chicago. 

Yan is looking forward to new possibilities that will allow her to share her experience and expertise in developing curriculum and developing new resources for children and parents.

2.Kou Ye – Senior Education Development Specialist 

Kou Ye holds a Bachelor…

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