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  • What is Science?



    Science is a way to explore the world and gain a better understanding of how things work. We can use science to explain natural phenomena, such as why the sun rises and sets or how plants grow. Scientists observe and ask questions, then conduct experiments to find answers. There are many fields of science, such as biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, and astronomy etc. If children are curious about something, parents can read with them and conduct experiments at home to cultivate their interest in science. Perhaps a future scientist will be born this way!

  • Stories of Dinosaurs
  • Food Concerto



    A balanced eating habit developed at an early age helps children grow stronger, strengthens their immune system, and enhances their abilities to learn and concentrate. While prolonged consumption of non-nutritious food may lead to malnutrition, excessive intake of nutrients may be harmful to health. Therefore, it is necessary to learn more about food and nutrition, such as the origin of food, daily nutrient requirement as well as ways to choose snacks, fast food and beverages in order to develop a healthy eating habit. Like a piece of music which requires the interweaving of musical notes to become colourful and enchanting, our bodies need different nutrients from a variety of food. Let us enjoy a Food Concerto together!

  • A Fascinating World of Mathematics



    Numbers are all around us, and they help us in many ways. We don’t just count with them, we count on them. Without numbers, we don’t the time or date. We wouldn’t be able to buy things, count how many things we have, or talk about how many things we don’t have. Everything we do depends on Mathematics. We need to measure things, calculate, predict things, describe things, design things and count things, figures help solve all sorts of problems. All these things are best done with Mathematics.