We recently enjoyed a workshop with the aim of improving his Chinese composition. It was insightful and interesting, but at least we know which direction to head now 😀
I recently attended a workshop on How to Speak Well and Excel in English Oral examinations, and here’s also why I find all the Marshall Cavendish Education workshops so insightful!
Thieves. That’s a strange name for an essential oil, shouldn’t essential oils be named something like Lavender? Peppermint? Yet, for anyone who is remotely familiar with the range of Young Living oils, Thieves is one of THE most widely used oils in their product range. Just how did the name come about and what IS… Continue reading Young Living Thieves Essential Oil Blend Products
Last month, People Impact invited us to sit in on one of their classes, called the EQ/IQ Programme. I was really interested to find out more especially since I have a friend whose 3 kids also attended classes at People Impact, and whom all enjoyed it very much. I know what you must be thinking,… Continue reading People Impact EQ/IQ programme
It’s been a few weeks since school started and boy did we need a real jump start for it. We now have kids in K1, P1 and P3, and although it wasn’t our first time in P1, I was quite concerned about our P1 son because he is more reserved and often apprehensive about new… Continue reading P1 Prep Camp at The Little Executive
Join a Christmas event to learn more about essential oils, AND do some good – all entrance fees will be donated to a charity fund!
This is the second post in my series of talking pen comparisons. Please do read my previous post for a general overview of talking pens. From the Emoti website, there are 4 things to consider when choosing a talking-pen, which include: Titles/books available/compatible with the pen Hardware design and quality Local support and warranty The… Continue reading Talking Pen Reviews – Emoti, Etutor Star and Pen Pal Whiz