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The Language Boutique Pte Ltd

75 High Street, The Co, Singapore 179435
(+65) 6734 4322

The Language Boutique is a small, privately run tuition centre that delivers bespoke classes and prides itself on being able to instil a love for learning in every student. Its highly qualified teachers create fun and interactive English, Maths or Mandarin lessons for students aged 3-18. They can also provide homework help or offer support for school entrance exams.

The Language Boutique’s reputation for excellence means that it is now a preferred provider of tuition to many of the international schools in Singapore. Lesson times and locations are completely flexible.

Alongside the individual classes, The Language Boutique has now started offering group classes at weekends and during school holidays. The summer courses are split into two areas, those for ‘Little Learners’ (ages 4-8) and those for ‘Junior Achievers’ (ages 8-12).

 

Little Learners (ages 4-8)
Jolly Phonics Levels 1-2 (morning courses)- A fun-filled programme with the aim of helping your little ones overcome the crucial first levels of Jolly Phonics, through an exciting array of arts, crafts and puzzles.
Reading Explorers (afternoon courses)- A four-day literary adventure, designed to encourage children to discover the magic behind some of their favourite stories through interactive activities.

Junior achievers (ages 8-12)
Maths Masters (morning courses) – This course is designed to give grade six students more confidence in their number skills through entertaining activities and games. It will cover prime numbers, factors, equations, measurements, fractions, geometry, statistics and algebra.

First Creative Steps (afternoon courses) – The ability to write creatively is an essential skill for any child. This course gives children the key tools they need to understand the principles of storytelling such as summarising, characterisation and plot development.

Key Literacy and Spelling Skills (morning courses) – These building blocks are essential for children in grades five and six who need to progress to that next level. This course will restore their love for the written word while encouraging them to explore spelling patterns, improve their composition, evaluate and edit their own work, and develop their overall writing cohesion and clarity.

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Heading to a beach club in Sentosa for the weekend or watching the kids sports practice? This tiered gingham dress is adorable and practical for mama life. Gingham print is huge again this season and is a timeless print that works on all frames and heights. It also works brilliantly for hiding sticky fingerprints from the littles too! When paired with a comfy slide you can move from one outing to the next in style and comfort! .
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Knocking back one last glass before the new week 🍷 Who's doing the same tonight?
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Swipe left for a step by step guide with instructions below.⠀
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Materials needed: Recycled Cereal Box, Egg Carton, Blue Acrylic Paint, Paintbrush, Cotton Balls, String, White Glue, Scissors, Pencil, Hole Puncher, Pen and White Paper (optional)⠀
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Step 1: Cut cups off the egg cartons, paint the outsides of the cups blue. Once done, place it aside to allow them to dry.⠀
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Step 2: Open and flatten your cereal box. Using the pen or pencil draw a cloud on one side, then cut out. You can paste a sheet of white paper on both sides to cover up the design of the cereal box (optional). Punch a hole in the centre at the top of the cloud and some holes at the bottom (the number of holes depends on how many raindrop strands you want to attach).⠀
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Step 3: Glue cotton balls all over the cloud. Remember to leave the holes you have punched uncovered, and glue the cotton balls close together.⠀
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Step 4: Once the egg carton cups are completely dry, use your pencil to poke holes in the top. Then string them together. String the cups from bottom up, leaving about 5-10 cm of additional string at the top. This will make it easier for you to attach the raindrop strands onto the cloud.⠀
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Step 5: Tie your raindrop strands onto the bottom holes of your cloud, cut off any additional string. Attach string to the hole on top, this will allow you to hang your completed raincloud mobile wherever you wish! Taadaaa!
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