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Biology is the study of living things and their vital processes. The field deals with all the physicochemical aspects of life. The modern tendency toward cross-disciplinary research and the unification of scientific knowledge and investigation from different fields has resulted in a significant overlap of the field of biology with other scientific disciplines.
Teaching phonics in a funny way beginning with sounds and moving on to words. Improve vocabulary, usage in simple sentences.
Phonics instruction helps the reader to map sounds onto spellings. This ability enables readers to decode words. Decoding words aids in the development of and improvement in word recognition. … When children begin to be able to recognize a large amount of words quickly and accurately, reading fluency improves.
Reading texts and stories, carrying out basic comprehension tasks. Learning songs, poems, rhymes, and stories to help with the vocabulary. Writing some words and phrases from memory as well as describing people and places with basic sentences.
The classes are tailor-made according to the curriculum the student is going through in school.
Math made stress-free! The aim is to strengthen the concepts and have a strong foundation in Math.
The goals of the primary mathematics curriculum are: Stimulate interest in the learning of mathematics. Help students understand and acquire basic mathematical concepts and computational skills. Help students develop creativity and the ability to think, communicate, and solve problems.
A dyslexic person perceives his environment in a different way: his attention diminishes when confronted with symbols such as letters and numbers. Due to a deficiency of his partial performances, his perception of these symbols is different from the perception of non-dyslexic people. This results in difficulties when learning to read and write and do arithmetic.
Beginning with basic sounds and constant reviewing of the concepts taught.
What is science for primary school children?
Primary science introduces children to scientific ways of investigating the physical world and to ‘stepping-stone’ ideas from which official ideas will develop later.
Strengthening the concepts and practice application-based questions. Developing research, analytical, and application skills.