Primary 1 Preparation Workshop
Camp fees: $150 (excluding GST)
Duration: 2 days X 1 hours 45mins a day
Workshop class size: 6 students
Workshop mode: Centre-Based
My child is entering Primary 1…is it too early to start getting him or her prepared?
Although each child will pass through a predictable sequence of learning stages, they will inevitably progress at different rates and in different ways.
At Lil’ but Mighty, we believe that it is fundamental for children to build a strong foundation in the language from young. In the P1 Preparation Workshop, your child will build preparatory skills in word class awareness, sentence construction and comprehension. These are all essentials in helping him or her gain a foothold when he/she enters Primary 1.
4 Components, 1 hour 45 minutes daily over 2 days!
Over the two days, your child will be exposed to grammar, sentence construction, comprehension and reading skills.
If you’ve always been curious about what we do for our lil’ ones here, now is your chance to sample it.
English that makes you happy!
The components have been designed with the intention to engage the children and encourage them to have fun through learning. Fun activities and excerpts from children’s books specially curated by the curriculum team will be featured during the lessons.
P1 Preparation Workshop Instructors
Get ready for your workshop instructors who will give you a taste of our LBM curriculum. At Lil’ but Mighty, the teachers find great fulfilment in helping our lil’ ones develop their love for the language and grow in confidence in their usage of it.
Here’s what parents have been sharing about us!
“Kyran is enjoying the lessons so far. The class size is small so he is able to participate more. He showed me worksheets from his last lesson about air ships, something about locomotive transportation, and he told me more about it. I think that’s what he enjoys.
My sister saw Lil’ but Mighty’s website and so far the reviews were good so I decided to sign Kyran up for a trial class. And from the class, Kyran is the one who said he wanted to continue.
I spoke to Teacher Nuri and she did mention that Kyran is quite participative in class. We decided to sign up and see if the enrichment classes help him with his English.
One month after enrolling Kyran, I have noticed that he has learned to write compositions and use more interesting words.”
“Kai Jin says classes are fun. I am quite particular but because my sister-in-law also recommended Lil’ but Mighty to me, that was also another push point.
I signed up Kai Jin at Lil’ but Mighty through a recommendation. Kai Jin’s classmate wanted to go so we decided to give it a try. So far it has been good; Kai Jin says classes are fun. I am quite particular but because my sister-in-law also recommended Lil’ but Mighty to me, that was also another push point. She was telling me Lil’ but Mighty is pretty good and that she knows a very good teacher who teaches at the Bukit Timah branch. Although we are attending the Hougang branch, this was still one of the factors that made me try Lil’ but Mighty.”
“We told him that classes are only once a week but after his first lesson, he said he saw the schedule placed on the glass door at the centre and told us: “Actually there is class tomorrow, can I come over tomorrow?”
“Yan Zhe’s response to the teacher is positive and he’s very keen to attend the tuition class. We told him that classes are only once a week but after his first lesson, he said he saw the schedule placed on the glass door at the centre and told us: “Actually there is class tomorrow, can I come over tomorrow?”
We told him no, this is only once a week.
At the beginning, when we told him that he is going for tuition classes, he refused. This is the first time we are sending him and we are very glad that he is looking forward to attending the next class.”
“She said her teacher guided her throughout the lesson and played games in between. She even taught us a game at home and we played with her.”
“We saw an advertisement by Lil’ but Mighty and in the video, Mrs Chew shared some points about the LBM approach that piqued our interest. We decided to book a trial class for Lydia to let her experience it. She enjoyed the trial class and immediately said she wanted to continue with the classes. “This is my work,” she said as she showed us how and what she learned in class. She said her teacher guided her throughout the lesson and played games in between. She even taught us a game at home and we played with her. Seeing Lydia enjoy the lesson, we have decided to sign up for the P2 classes at Lil’ but Mighty.”
1) Coverage of essential components crucial for Primary 1
– Sentence Construction
– Reading Skills
2) A short presentation in the second lesson (good lead-in to show-and-tell component in Primary 1)
– Feedback for parents will be provided after the lesson
3) Sight Word List (a learning resource for parents to assist children in their reading at home)
4) Fun activities and children’s books are used to bring out the lessons
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No. If the child struggles with reading, the teacher will assist the child during the lesson and guide him/ her along with the reading.
The presentation component is to give pupils an opportunity to experience presenting in front of a small audience (maximum class size of 6). If the child is very shy, the teacher will be flexible and allow the child to present in his/ her seat. We want to create a nurturing atmosphere and understand that each and every child warms up differently.
Yes, there will be a presentation to prepare for after the first lesson. However, the script will consist of the sentences constructed during the lesson so all the child needs to do is to rehearse 🙂