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Learning Activities & Organisation Tools

Entertain & educate the kids with our fun range of educational material including games, worksheets, flash cards, certificates and educational tools.

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Learning activities for kids at home

Whether your child is at school, pre-school or a toddler, we have a variety of activities for them to enjoy and learn. 

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Free printable organisation tools

Get organised with to do lists, planners, shopping lists, and recipe cards. We also have graph paper, note paper, music paper and more!

5 tips on how to prepare free learning material for your children at home

  • 1. Search for good learning material on the web
    There is free learning material available from websites such as the Brother Creative Center. You can find material such as flash cards, math and alphabet worksheets, educational games and more.
  • 2. Choose material that is suitable for your child's skill and age
    For both boys and girls, it is important to find the right educational material that is suitable for your children based on their skill and age, such as pre-school, 5 years old, 10 years old, etc. 
  • 3. Use fun material to keep your children engaged
    Use educational material that is fun, such as games, to keep them entertained while they are learning. It is good to play together as you teach. Reading is also helpful as hearing your voice is a good reinforcement for learning. 
  • 4. Print the material for your kinds to interact
    It is effective to have physical interaction with the learning material, therefore print it so that your child can touch and feel. Use colourful material to draw their attention.
  • 5. Make the material visible
    Have the learning material on the wall or places where it is visible to your child so they can become familiar with the content during their daily lives.
  • 5 tips on how to be organised with your chores

  • 1. Plan ahead by using a planner sheet
    Find free daily, weekly and monthly printable planner sheets online from websites such as Brother Creative Center. You can find other helpful sheets such as shopping lists, to do lists, travel packing lists, vacation planners and more.  
  • 2. List up the chores and set priorities
    List up the chores and set priorities by choosing the ones which are more important.
  • 3. Judge the time it would take for each chore
    Judge the time it will take to complete each chore and based on your estimated time, allocate a day and time on when to work on each chore. 
  • 4. Delegate the chores to other members
    Share and delegate the chores to other members in your household and write the names in your planner sheet.
  • 5. Display the planner sheet
    Display the planner sheet at a location, such as the kitchen or fridge where everyone can see it as a reminder of who needs to do what and by when. When the chore is done, it can be crossed off the list to show what is finished and what is not.
  • FAQ

    • What are learning activities?
      1. Learning activities are created with the intent of teaching students something new.
      2. Different learning activities stimulate different parts of the brain, and allow students to explore various styles of learning.
      3. Learning activities can be done anywhere - at school, at home, or wherever your curiosity takes you!
    • What are some of the merits of learning activities?
      1. Increased comprehension: students develop the skills to think critically about the information they are learning.
      2. Learning activities can help students to find the fun in discovering new skills!
      3. Collaborative learning activities can help children learn to compromise and work together.
      4. Learning activities can cover a wide range of topics, from telling time to math and geography!
    • How can I make learning fun at home?
      1. Incorporate playful elements, such as games and puzzles.
      2. Include hands on activities to keep them interested.
      3. Prepare colourful material.
      4. Let them be artistic and experimental.
      5. Give them choices and let them choose what they would like to do.
    • What are examples of learning activities?
      1. Flash cards
      2. Word games
      3. Math working sheets
      4. Puzzles
      5. Colour by numbers
      6. Mazes
      7. Connect the dots
      8. Memory games
    • How do I keep my kids busy at home with free learning material?
      1. Search the web to find a variety of free activities to download and print.
      2. Download and print games.
      3. Provide colouring sheets.
      4. Make paper crafts and origami.
    • What tools are used to stay organised?

      There are a variety of tools you could use depending on the task you need to address, such as the following:

      1. Daily, weekly and monthly planner sheets
      2. To do lists
      3. Chore charts
      4. Shopping or grocery lists
      5. Travel packing lists
    • What are good organisational skills?
      1. Write down the things that you need to do.
      2. Set clear goals.
      3. Prioritise the tasks.
      4. Plan ahead.
      5. Manage your time effectively.
      6. Share your plans with stakeholders. 
      7. Delegate your tasks.

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