Compelling reasons why more Singaporean parents are enrolling their kids in preschool enrichment classes

In the past, a lot of parents in Singapore let their children run around and have fun when school isn’t in session. The same cannot be said right now because a lot of Singaporean parents don’t allow their children to play around the house during their free time.

Instead, they enroll them in enrichment classes that can improve their performance in school and make them smarter.

Over the last couple of years, a lot of parents who sign their kids up for enrichment classes have attested to the fact that these classes are great and can bring the best out of any child.

The following article by Laura Philomin discusses some reasons why more parents in Singapore are enrolling their kids in enrichment classes.

 More parents enrolling children in pre-school enrichment classes

SINGAPORE — Every Saturday, Ms. Carol Kow’s five-year-old son spends his day in phonics and mathematics enrichment classes, followed by a Chinese class — a full day of lessons that add to kindergarten classes he attends on the weekdays. With limited time to spend with her children as a working parent, Ms Kow has turned to spending about S$3,000 for a term of 14 weeks on enrichment programmes for her children, including her younger three-year-old son. Read more here.

After reading the above article, you likely now know why a lot of parents in Singapore spend thousands of dollars to enroll their kids in math, English, Chinese, Writing, and even phonics enrichment classes. If you are a new parent, you may be doubtful about the effectiveness of these classes and even conclude that they may not be great for your little one. If you think this way, the following article is for you.

The following article by Lindsay Conner sheds light on some reason why little kids need enrichment classes.

4 Reasons Preschoolers Need Enrichment Classes

Giving young minds the chance to learn and develop in an exciting environment, enrichment classes are more than just fun and games. Considering enrolling your preschooler in a new athletic program, art lessons, or music class? Learn the key benefits of enrichment programs for the preschool set, and why they are worth your time and money. Read more here.

As can be seen in the above article, the mental, social, and emotional benefits of enrichment classes are undeniable. Exposing your child to new experiences and people, especially at an early age, will not only boost his brain function but will also improve his social skill. If you need help figuring out the best enrichment class for your kid, the next article is for you.

 The following article by Meiling Wong unveils some 6 enrichment classes that are worth their price tag.

6 Enrichment Classes for Preschoolers That Are Totally Worth It

Enrichment classes for preschoolers are learning experiences that go above and beyond what is possible in the traditional classroom. Experts say that the best environment to stimulate a child is at home with parents. Yet, more parents are sending their offspring to enrichment classes. Our local competitive education and the higher academic standards at the primary one level have fuelled parents’ anxiety. his is further intensified with the claim from enrichment centres that scientific research proved that early exposure to learning gives children a head start.  Read more here.

The above article has given you a clear picture of how enrichment classes can help kids of different ages, including preschoolers. To ease your search for a good enrichment class for your kid, the article gives an overview of some of the best enrichment classes for preschoolers in Singapore. The article went along to unveil the price of these classes and some centers that offer them. Find out more about

Final note

More and more parents in Singapore are realizing just how relevant enrichment classes are.

They have come to see that these classes can give their kids a leg up in school and speed up their development.

If you are still in doubt or you aren’t sure enrichment classes will be able to help your kids perform better in school, then you should read the tons of positive reviews left by thousands of parents who signed their kids up for these classes. You are surely going to have a re-think after you do.

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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.