Preschool / Kindergarten in PJ Accepting Early Registration for 2017

26/10/2016

One of the issues I have faced as a parent is believing, or rather deluding myself, that I have enough time – this was especially true during my child’s first day of school.  I have always believed I had enough time to get my daughter geared up for the new school year, I had enough time to enrol her, I had enough time to buy her back-to-school items.  The issue is, I am still procrastinating!  I find myself thinking I have enough time to think about her college education, I have enough time for birthday shopping… the list goes on and on, and it always ends up in a last-minute rush to get everything done!  And if you are anything like me, then NOW is as good a time as any to get your child geared up for the new school year.  And checking out preschools and kindergartens in PJ should start now!

What is Little Human Scholars Kindergarten?

Little Human Scholars is a kindergarten near Jaya One in PJ that boasts a nursery, a playschool, a preschool/kindergarten, and full day daycare for children.  It is a play-based school that encourages whole-brain thinking, creative problem solving, social/emotional development skills, physical fitness and more.

Play-based learning is crucial for children.  In 1964, Marion Diamond and her colleagues published an exciting paper about brain growth in rats. The neuroscientists had conducted a landmark experiment, raising some rats in boring, solitary confinement and others in exciting, toy-filled colonies.

When researchers examined the rats’ brains, they discovered that the “enriched” rats had thicker cerebral cortices than did the “impoverished” rats (Diamond et al 1964).  Subsequent research confirmed the results—rats raised stimulating environments had bigger brains.

They were smarter, too–able to find their way through mazes more quickly (Greenough and Black 1992).  – See more at: http://www.parentingscience.com/benefits-of-play.html#sthash.UvhAUzz0.dpuf

Coming back to Little Human Scholars being a play-based school, here is why play-based learning is important for young minds:

1)     It is fun…and what is fun is interesting’

2)     It involves their whole-brain… not just the left or right side;

3)     It helps children develop holistically in all ways – not just mental and physical, but social-emotional as well.

Another great thing about play-based learning is your children will have a positive perspective on school and will be more open to primary school when it is time for them to move on from kindergarten.

In short, there is something magical that happens when your child is given time every hour or so to play unrestricted and not under the duress of a teacher who is trying to get them to learn something.  These little breaks support your child in having a better attention span and enjoying school.  Not to mention, it also supports them in retaining more information during class time.  In short, giving your child 10-20 minute breaks every 50 minutes or so does wonders for their brain development, and this is something Little Human Scholars preschool and kindergarten in PJ prides itself on.

Set up a Meeting to Register Your Child for School

Little Human Scholars is more than just a premiere kindergarten near Jaya One, Jaya33 and University Hospital:  it is a kindergarten that caters to the students AS WELL AS the parents.

Think about it, how many kindergartens in PJ have you visited that offer CCTV access for parents (many have CCTV but it is for the staff and teachers only), meal services and even transportation services?  Boasting impressive hours that start from 7:30am and offering daycare that lasts Monday through Friday until 7:00pm, Little Human Scholars delivers far beyond what any ordinary kindergarten near Jaya One or kindergarten in PJ offers.

If you would like to enrol your child for a free week trial, all you have to do is email enquiry@littlehumanscholars.com.my or call (017) 7303 027 and a staff member of Little Human Scholars kindergarten in PJ will happily walk you through the process.

In the meantime, if you are looking to squash your procrastination habit (like me), here are some other articles that will help you prepare, in advance, for your child’s first day of school!

Checklist for your child’s first day of school

Easing Your Child’s Separation Anxiety from Their First Day of School

Wishing you all the best!

Jana Moreno

 

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