Time to read

Reading | Video: Time to Read… Matilda!

In today’s time to read… video, Ms Nora will be introducing a book by one of the most famous children’s author of all time, Roald Dahl. Sometimes, one good book can change your children’s view on reading and we believed that this is a potential game changer for some children who may not like to read. With its intriguing storyline, extraordinary characters and rich vocabulary, “Matilda” is one of our personal childhood favourites.

Let’s take a look at this book with Ms Nora now as she shows you a snippet of the book, an interesting word that can be found. Get ready for a taste of Roald Dahl’s magical world!

 

We hope you will take a read at this book today and let us know what you think of “Matilda” after reading!

Pick up this great read from the Book Depository now!

If you are thinking of growing your library of children books, you can view our recommended list by our lil’ ones and teachers. These are children books we love, and once you have read them, you will fall in love too. Time to read!

Time to read

Ms Nora

All of our English Tutors are well-versed with our in-house strategies because we believe in how they make learning English easier for our lil’ ones. As the Senior Trainer in charge of Training and Development, Ms Nora structures and implements the Lil’ but Mighty Movers and Shakers Teacher Training Programme to ensure that all LBM English Tutors are equipped to carry out their mission in the classroom to the best of their abilities. Do say “Hi” to LBM’s walking encyclopedia of teaching strategies and practices when you next see Ms Nora!

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