Learn more about Learning Vision at their Open House for parents at Learning Vision @ Alpha on 18 December (Saturday) from 10 am – 1 pm.
Visitors will learn about Learning Vision’s philosophy, curriculum, academic team, teaching process and their scholastic environment.
Optimizing your child’s first 3 years
While attending the Open House, parents can also talk to Infant Care Educators who will be stationed at the Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, NUS.
Parents will discover how Learning Vision optimizes the first 3 years of a baby’s life and development through their unique curriculum.
Studies have shown that the first 3 years of life are a period of incredible growth in all areas of a baby’s development. A newborn’s brain, makes up one-quarter of its approximate adult weight. By age 3, the brain would have grown dramatically. Billions of cells and hundreds of trillions of connections between these cells would have been produced.
The Learning Vision curriculum takes advantage of this rapid growth. It targets the development of emerging language, cognitive, sensory-motor, social and emotional skills through both left and right brain stimulation.
Under the care and guidance of their highly qualified educators and caregivers, your young one will thrive in a safe and warm environment abundant with opportunities.
This allows for your child to grow and make sense of the world through exploring sights, sounds, textures and sensations.
About Learning Vision
Learning Vision started with the belief that children thrive in a fun learning environment when immersed in a balanced curriculum. This very belief, nurtures a holistic skills development in children. Under the care and guidance of qualified educators, thousands of preschoolers have been given the best start to their lifelong educational experience. Today, Learning Vision is the preferred early childhood education partner of more than 2,500 families and the leading provider of employer-sponsored preschool services in Singapore.
Children under Learning Vision have emerged well-rounded and equipped with the educational and social skills necessary to cope confidently with formal primary school education and beyond.
For more details, visit www.learningvision.com or call 6501 7557
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