10 Unique enrichment classes that can help your child develop faster

If you are like most Singaporean parents, you will agree that finding a good enrichment class for your kids is hard.

With so many classes out there, it may be difficult for you to determine the right one for your kid.

 Choosing a class without first doing extensive research and considering the needs of your child isn’t really a good idea, as the one you may pick may not be right for your child.

It is also a terrible idea to choose a class simply because other parents are signing up their kids for that class.

Read on to learn some unique enrichment classes in Singapore that can help your child learn some essential life skills.

The following article by Kevin Tumanken unveils some unique enrichment classes that can help your child learn some relevant skills.

10 Unique Enrichment Classes to Teach Your Kids Life Skills

Every year, parents in Singapore send their kids for enrichment classes so they can pick up some essential life skills. These skills are key to surviving the urban jungle in adulthood. From résumés to conversation starters, enrichment classes equip your child with a unique skill set they can build upon in their growing years. But are you tired of the typical music or swimming classes? Want your kid to stand out in their university applications? Then check out some of these unique enrichment classes that will teach your child life skills you won’t often think about! Read more here.

After reading the above article, finding an enrichment class for your kid is likely going to be easy. The article unveiled some unique classes like first aid classes, cooking classes, touch-typing classes, gardening classes, and many more. If you are having a hard time choosing among the classes in the above article, you are going to benefit from the next article.

The following article by Debs G discusses some tips that will help you narrow down the best enrichment class for your kid.

 Enrichment classes for kids – 6 tips for making a good selection

There are a plethora of enrichment classes available for children in Singapore and a temptation in Singapore to cram as many activities into a child’s weekly schedule as possible. I think it is easy to get carried away when choosing enrichment classes because of our innate desire as parents to provide as many opportunities as possible for our children to learn, grow and become well-rounded individuals. Read more here.

The above article is indeed a gem. Singaporean parents who are finding it difficult to pick an enrichment class for their kids will benefit from this article, as it unveiled 6 tips that can help them pick the right one for their child. Read the next article carefully to learn about some 20 enrichment classes that can help your child develop faster.

The following article by Womens Weekly unveils some of the best enrichment classes in Singapore.

The Best 20 Enrichment Classes for Singapore Kids In 2018

This March holidays, expand your kids’ repertoires with these enrichment classes for swimming, Maths, art, and more. With classes available for infants to primary school children, there’s sure to be something for everyone! Help your children start to recognise shapes through this 45-minute interactive storytelling workshop for babies from 7 to 17 months old. Together with your child, discover the different magnificent shapes created by Fawn and her friendly spider friends. Babies will love this interactive, inviting and tactile class that explores spiders and webs in various shapes and sizes. Read more here.

As you likely saw in the above article, there are many different enrichment classes in Singapore. These classes aren’t only fun and enjoyable but are also educational. Glance through the long list of classes unveiled in the above article to learn how they can help your little one develop faster and do better academically.

Final note

Before picking an enrichment class for your kid, it critical that you do some research to learn what the class offers.

Ignore this, and you may end up picking an enrichment class with a curriculum that is similar to the curriculum of your child’s school.

Regardless of the enrichment class you eventually pick, make sure you monitor your child’s progress. If you notice that your child isn’t making much progress, you may have to sign your kid up for a different class.

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By Clayton Chambers

Clayton Chambers is a 29-year-old government politician who enjoys cycling, photography and binge-watching boxed sets. He is kind and caring, but can also be very rude and a bit untidy.