It's the start of an exciting year at Neobael, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t had time to pick up a book or two! This month, we are recommending a range of books for slightly more advanced readers.
As we're getting closer to the end of year holiday season, you might be looking for ideas for presents for the children in your life. Whether they are into adventure, fantasy or classics we have a recommendation for them!
Adding to your child’s word-count will involve exposure to more words more often. Retaining those words is equally important.
Tips, tricks, and talismans for parents to help their children with better spelling skills, put together by experienced global educators.
Problem-solving is integral to equipping your child to face the challenges of the 21st century. You can start small by starting at home.
In order to level up a child’s critical thinking, such an environment has to be fostered on a daily basis. Problems can be solved in more than one way if enough time is given to the child.
Confidence is the stand-out skill of the 21st century. In order for your child to develop confidence, they will have to work with other children.
Reading and understanding what is read is integral to a child’s growth. To better understand what is read, your child will have to read more often.
Diwali is the perfect opportunity to have some fun with a virtual background! Try one of the following for a festive team meeting or online class!
Halloween is the perfect opportunity to have some fun with a virtual background! Try one of the following for a festive team meeting or funny online class!
There are 6 amazing books our learners have found this month! We were also lucky enough to take a virtual trip to New Zealand to meet our featured author Swapna Haddow, who filled us in on her views of sibling relationships.
The current education system in most countries across the globe relies on rote-learning rather than logic and creativity. In order to prepare learners for the 21st century, skills that go beyond this gap must be imparted.