Mar 30, 2015

A Puppet Show with a Difference

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Following the monkies' first free arts performance in the heartlands 3 Sundays ago, we were at Hougang Central on yet another Sunday for a rather unique arts performance.


The performance was part of an initiative of National Arts Council under its Arts for All umbrella. Under this initiative, the Arts in Your Neighbourhood programme features a series of free and enjoyable arts activities to promote self-expression, creativity and bonding through the arts by bringing it where people live, work and play.

And from the looks of the crowd that gathered, it clearly worked.


The A.I.D. (Angels in Disguise) was presented by The Finger Players and was essentially a puppet show that involved three puppet characters - a young girl, a conceited man and an Ah Ma.


The audience was taken along a journey of these three characters who looked beyond their physical and mental disadvantages to help those around them, building up values of self-confidence, compassion and teamwork.


Meaningful messages, you say? I certainly thought so too. In fact, the boys were expecting the show to be a boring one but it turned out they thoroughly enjoyed it.

To make the show even more unique, it was performed in English, Mandarin and Hokkien!


But I guess the best moments were those when the audience had a chance to interact and hug the puppet after the show.


It is amazing to see how one simple puppet can evoke such happiness among the audience, young and old.


I believe the above photos should suffice, no?

But if we thought the show was over, we were wrong.


The second half of the show presented certain members of the audience the opportunity to learn some puppeteer work and as you can see, Ayd was more than eager to be up on stage!


Judging from the looks of the kids on and off stage, it was a performance that struck a chord with everyone. The bad news is though, the Arts In Your Neighbourhood performances have officially come to an end.


But the GOOD NEWS is, it will be back at the end of this year with new performances - right at your heartland doorstep! So do look out for a myriad of Dance, Music, Visual Arts and Theatre performances, in addition to many other exciting arts programmes in your neighbourhood this November!



Follow Arts For All's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/artsforall.sg and instagram account (@artsforallsg) to stay updated on the latest happenings of upcoming events and shows!



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Top 18 Kids Activities this Easter 2015

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I don't know about you, but it has been a roller-coaster of emotions for me this past one week. Luckily, there is the prospect of an upcoming long weekend which probably gives us a great excuse to do something fun with the family. So here are some suggestions to enjoy with your kids this Easter long weekend!

Tulipmania 2015
20 March - 10 May 2015; 9am - 9pm
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Admission fees apply


The highly anticipated, annual Tulipmania display returns to Gardens by the Bay - this time amidst a colourful setting of magical fairy tales. In this third edition, visitors can look forward to an even wider selection of tulips at Tulipmania - over 40 varieties in a myriad of hues and forms! Look out for captivating blooms like the scarlet "Red Riding Hood", the “Purple Prince”, and the “Orange Princess” as they grace familiar fairy tale settings like Cinderella‘s carriage, Rapunzel’s tower, and the ginger bread house of Hansel and Gretel. There’s even a tulip named “Singapore”! Fore more details, visit HERE.

Easter Eggstravaganza at Universal Studios Singapore
Now until 5 April 2015
Admission Fees apply


Easter Eggstravaganza at Universal Studios Singapore will see the theme park adorned with flowers and spring hues as well as an all new Easter-exclusive stage show. The new show promises a grand entrance unlike no other, with the Egg Lord flying through New York before inviting guests to his royal luncheon at ‘Eggingham Gardens’. The Royal Lunch at Eggingham Gardens will be an interactive stage show with ‘live’ singing and dancing featuring an original storyline. The friends from Sesame Street will be decked out in Easter outfits, joined by Puss In Boots and Kitty Softpaws who will also give out Easter treats from their golden eggs during Meet and Greet sessions. For more information, visit HERE.

Saturdays@ACM - Eggs-traordinary Easter
4 April 2015; 1pm - 5pm
Asian Civilisations Museum
Free Admission


Supersize your Saturday! Enjoy a day of egg-citing programmes that explore Easter at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Take part in an egg hunt at the museum or make something super to take home. A full day of activities awaits the kiddos!

Imaginarium: A Voyage of Big Ideas
14 March – 19 July 2015
Mon - Sun 10am - 7pm | Fri 10am - 9pm
Free Admission for Singaporeans & PRs
SAM at 8Q


Imaginarium: A Voyage of Big Ideas, an exhibition for everyone and anyone with a head for ideas and a heart for adventure, is the new edition of SAM’s much-loved annual contemporary art exhibition for children, begun in 2010 and now in its fifth year. In the spirit of SG50, this year's exhibition is inspired by the crescent moon on the Singapore flag, a symbol of a young nation on the rise and with it, the capacity to dream big and think large. What might we be able to envision and aspire to? What worlds could we imagine for ourselves and create for others? Particularly targeted at children, Imaginarium is both immersive and interactive with hands-on activities at every turn.

Gardeners' Day Out @ HortPark
4 April 2015; 9am - 5pm
HortPark
Free Admission


Join in for a day of gardening fun at HortPark with kids-friendly activities, garden tours and workshops! Click on the poster above for more information or visit HERE for more details.

D’Easter Wonderland
5 April 2015; 10am - 6pm
Downtown East, D'Marquee
FREE Admission


Eggs-tra Special Easter Celebration at S.E.A. Aquarium
Now until 5 April 2015
Admission Fees apply

At the S.E.A. Aquarium, participate in its brand-new Easter breakfast programme where the traditional egg hunt takes a dive below the oceans with guests hunting for eggs across the Aquarium’s habitats while learning about the wonders of marine life, before settling in for a breakfast buffet. The Aquarium’s award-winning Ocean Dreams sleepover programme will also be given an “egg-citing” twist with special Easter activities as well as educating participants on marine life and fun facts about the ocean and marine conservation. For fans of S.E.A. Aquarium’s unique seasonal dive appearances, the Underwater Easter Bunny will be back with daily appearances at the Shipwreck habitat and Open Ocean habitat. For more information, visit HERE.

Eggs-plore Easter @ Faber Peak
5 April 2015; 11am - 3pm
Faber Peak Singapore


With a repertoire of Eastern and Western cuisine and a panoramic view of the Sentosa-HarbourFront precinct, be sure to make a trip to Singapore’s only happy hilltop destination this Easter Sunday as a line-up of eggs-citing activities await you and your loved ones.

Spuds & Aprons on 5 April, Sunday
1. Easter Egg Hunt (12.45pm - 1.30pm)
It’s eggs-hunting time while indulging in a leisurely Easter brunch with your loved ones. Grab your baskets and hunt for the colourful Easter eggs at Spuds & Aprons - The Garden, where you can exchange them for lovely prizes including Easter chocolate eggs, Haagen Dazs chocolate
ice-cream and more! If you are adventurous enough, try hunting for the exclusive SG50 egg and win yourself a plate of Al Fungi (worth $22) on your next visit and Super Hero merchandise.

2. BunnyWonderland Programme (11.30am - 3pm)
Easter is not complete without our four-legged furry friends. Get the opportunity to meet the rabbits and learn how to love and care for them the right way at the following programmes:
- Rabbit Playground: Find out more about rabbits’ play habits and suitable toys for them.
- Rabbit Photography Corner: Guests will be able to pat and cuddle the rabbits and take
photos with them as a little memento for this Easter season.

3. Roving Bunny Mascot (12.15pm & 1.15pm)
Not only will Spuds & Aprons be decked out in Easter decorations, a human-size mascot dressed up in a bunny outfit will be joining in the fun to spread the festive cheer atop Faber Peak.

Eggs-Hunting onboard the cable car ‘joyride’
(2 Sessions: 11.00am to 12.00pm, 1.00pm to 2.00pm)

Held over an hour session each, a total of 20 Easter eggs and 5 special SG50 eggs will be planted in our iconic cable car joyrides on 5 April, Sunday. Hunt for these eggs in selected cabins to stand a chance to win 2 FREE Return Cable Car tickets (worth $58) with every Easter Egg found. For guests who are lucky to have found any one of the SG50 eggs, the entire cable car cabin of up to 8 pax are entitled to Complimentary Unlimited Cable Car Rides within the day (worth $80).

For more details, visit HERE.

Naturally New Zealand @ Changi Airport
14 March - 5 April 2015; 12pm - 11pm
T3 Departure Check-in Row 11, Changi Airport



Kia Ora! The magic of Middle-earth descends upon Changi Airport this March School Holidays as a part of the Departure Hall at Terminal 3 is transformed into the beloved Hobbiton. Fans of the The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit Trilogies, as well as airport visitors can step foot into the Hobbit Hole, meet Gandalf the Grey as he stands guard over the One Ring and learn about the various scenic terrain such as Matamata Isle and Canterbury Isle. This set up is also the ONLY second authentic Hobbit Hole recreated by the same people who created the Hobbiton Village in the actual Lord of the Rings movie set.

PLUS, step into the Waitomo Cave attraction and take an exhilarating ride on a 5D simulator that promises to thrill both children and adults. This holiday special is available during March school holidays, subsequent weekends and public holiday during the event period.
Dates: 3, 4 & 5 April 2015
*Present a single same-day receipt with a minimum spend of S$40 (S$80 for supermarkets) from any Changi Airport Shop or Dine outlet to redeem 1 activity pass. Participants of the 5D simulator ride must be above 1.05m in height and at least 4 years old.

The Great Egg-Venture
14 March - 5 April 2015
Sentosa Harbour Front
Normal island admission applies


Hop on down to Sentosa HarbourFront and join in Singapore’s biggest egg hunt! Gather your family and friends to search for 100 giant eggs and you could win attractive prizes! For more information, visit thegreateggventure.com.

Beauty and the Beast
21 March - 3 May 2015
Tue - Fri: 8pm | Sat: 2pm & 8pm| Sun: 1pm & 6pm
Grand Theatre, MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
$65, $85, $115, $145, $170 & $190


From the producers of The Lion King, the award-winning production of Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST comes to Singapore in March 2015. This new touring production has been put together by the original creators of the Broadway production, including the Tony Award winning costumes from Ann Hould-Ward. Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST features the animated film's Academy Award®-winning score with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, with additional songs with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice. For more information and tickets, visit HERE.

LEGO Friends LIVE @ LEGOLAND Malaysia
14 March - 28 June 2015


Discover the magic of friendship and enjoy the original LEGO Friends song and amazing dance performances. The LEGO Friends Show is a brand new production, exclusively written for LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort. Showtime are Tuesday through Sunday with 3 performances per day at LEGO City Stage.

A Night of Magic at Raffles - Joe Labero
1 April - 3 May 2015
Sat & Sun: 3pm | Wed - Sat: 7.30pm
Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel
Adult: $75, $125, $230 | Child (5-12) $50, $60, $215


Returning to Singapore after the spectacular success of INCANTO and A NIGHT OF MAGIC AT RAFFLES, Joe Labero is back with a brand new fiery show in 2015, assisted by the hottest guest performers and fire artistes – Burnt Out Punks. With illusions so awe-inspiring as they are mind-blowing and spectacular, watch this four-time Merlin Award Winner's exclusive brand of magic, which includes illusions that are altogether unbelievable, outrageous, impossible, death-defying as they are stunning in their slick and beautiful execution. For tickets, visit HERE.

The Three Billy Goats Gruff
2 April - 10 May 2015
Mon - Fri 10am | Sat & Sun 11am & 2pm
DBS Arts Centre
Weekdays: $25, $22 | Weekends: $35, $32


The Three Billy Goats Gruff (affectionately known as "Baby", "Middle" and "Big") graze happily together with their caretaker, Little Bo-Frilly. But one day, it dawns on them that they are in the middle of a horrible drought. As the grounds turn a dreadful shade of brown, they are slowly but surely running out food. Together, the gang makes the decision to cross a bridge to the other side of the valley, where lush green grass awaits. Unfortunately, below the bridge lives a frightening troll that – gulp – loves to feast on goats! Can they outsmart the monstrous, greedy troll in this fight for survival? Come on this adventure with catchy tunes and laugh-out-loud moments! For tickets, visit HERE.

Ride, Feed & Pose with Real Ponies!
4, 5, 11 & 12 April 2015; 1pm - 8pm
City Square Mall, City Green (Park)

Giddy Up! Come down for this rare chance to ride a live pony, feed it, and snap a photo of the special moment! *Charges apply for riding, feeding and photo-taking with live ponies.

Da Vinci: Shaping the Future
Now til Mid-May 2015; 10am - 7pm daily
ArtScience Museum
Standard: Adult $22 | Senior Citizens (>65) $22 | Child (2-12) $14
Local Residents: Adult $18 | Senior Citizens (>65) $16.50 | Child (2-12) $9.50 


Da Vinci: Shaping the Future is a journey through the work and legacy of the most celebrated artist and scientist of all time, Leonardo da Vinci. Presenting original masterpieces by da Vinci for the first time in Southeast Asia, the exhibition focuses on the Codex Atlanticus, da Vinci’s largest notebook. There is a great range of child-friendly activities in Da Vinci: Shaping the Future which can keep children and their parents occupied for hours! From interactive exhibits throughout the route through the exhibition, to take-home activities and creative, hands-on workshops, there is something to suit all ages and learning styles.

*Family Fridays: Starting from 23 January, children under 12 years old enter for free with every adult ticket purchased. Visit HERE for more information.

Counting Sheep, Dreaming Goats
Now until 27 September 2015
Monday 1pm - 7pm | Tuesday to Sunday 9.30am - 7pm
Singapore Philatelic Museum, Level 2
Free admission for Singapore Citizens & PRs

The exhibition aims to bring children into the fluffy, cheeky world of goats and sheep. Here, children get to learn about the small ruminants, one of the first animals to be domesticated. They will meet four-legged friends from different stories and cultures, and get up-close and personal with beautiful goat themed stamps from around the world. For more information, visit HERE.


OR, if you prefer to stay at home, here's an oldie but still a goldie - DIY Easter Eggs!

We have made our very own colourful Easter Eggs in the past and the monkies loved them! For a step-by-step guide on DIY Easter Eggs, visit www.cheekiemonkie.net/2012/04/easter-eggs-diy.html.


Have FUN!


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Mar 23, 2015

Thank you, Lee Kuan Yew

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Becoming a parent has opened my eyes to the enormous challenges when it comes to nurturing my kids and bringing them up the correct way. 

Nurturing a young nation? 

I can never ever imagine the sacrifices involved. 


Thank you, Sir for everything that you have given up for Singapore. 

Farewell, and may you Rest In Peace.


Visit the Remembering Lee Kuan Yew Tribute Website to leave your condolence messages. Information on Mr Lee's state funeral will also be available on the website.


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Mar 20, 2015

Art in your HeARTland

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When people mention art performances, what comes to mind? 

If you think posh, arty-farty or even chichi shows, then think again. Enjoying an enriching arts experience with the family need not be confined to theatres and most importantly, they can be readily accessible for everyone right at their heartland doorstep - and FREE at that!


Arts for all is an initiative by National Arts Council to promote self-expression, creativity and bonding through the arts by bringing it where people live, work and play. Under this initiative, the Arts in Your Neighbourhood programme features a series of free and enjoyable arts activities by established artists and arts groups, at various parts of the island right at where you stay.

Precisely because the performances are held free in open areas, with curious onlookers wandering in and out of the performing area, all of the curated performances comprise of interactive elements to pique the interests of passer-bys.

One such performance was 'A Prince’s Journey' which I brought the monkies to watch at Nee Soon East Courtyard last weekend.


Presented by Ding Yi Music Company, 'A Prince's Journey' is inspired by the Song Dynasty painting of a river during the Qing Ming Festival and narrates the exciting adventure of a young prince who escapes from the palace in search of freedom, only to be led back to the palace with a new passion for the things he has taken for granted all his life.


The unique thing about the performance was it was not just a theatre show. Instead, it was a multi-faceted one which combines the live elements of animation and theatre, coupled with stirring Chinese music.


I loved how the performance incorporated a short segment where the various Chinese Orchestra music instruments were introduced to the audience. Most kids, if not all, will not have heard of a pipa, yangqin or ruan - let alone know how they sound like. But thanks to the performance, I think the kids (even me!) have a better understanding of chinese chamber music.

Undoubtedly, the most fun part of the show was when the imperial troops were hunting for the prince which saw them running through the audience and asking the children for directions.


But like all stories, everyone lived happily ever after of course.


Before the show, I suspected that the arts element of the performances could have been dumbed down as they are made accessible to the masses but I was happy to be proven wrong.

Playing Chinese orchestral music in the heartlands may not be mainstream but the way everything was blended together was definitely refreshing. Hey, if the kids at the performance did not find it boring, I think it is testament enough.


As an added bonus, kids were allowed upstage for a brief moment to catch a glimpse of the music instruments used in the performance.


Oh and if you are down for any of the Arts In Your Neighbourhood shows, be sure to pick up your free badges and this free activity card!


Complete the activity card and submit it to any of the National Arts Council staff on-site to redeem an exclusive Arts in Your Neighbourhood collectible!

'A Prince's Journey' may have ended its run but there are plenty of other free shows to catch over the next 2 weekends. Join award-winning storyteller, Roger Jenkins as he take you and your children on a journey through a forest to a village to an ocean (with a lil' help from the magic of craft and storytelling, of course) at Siglap South Community Centre tomorrow at 4pm!

Below are some of the more family-friendly performances during the 22/23 and 28/29 March weekends:


For the full Arts In Your Neighbourhood programme line-up, visit https://artsforall.sg.

Better yet, follow Arts For All's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/artsforall.sg and instagram account (@artsforallsg) to stay updated on the latest happenings of upcoming events and shows!



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Mar 19, 2015

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Musical Tickets GIVEAWAY!

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A tale as old as time, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, the award-winning smash hit Broadway musical spectacular, comes to Singapore on 21 March 2015 for the first time as part of their 20th anniversary celebrations with a first-ever international tour!


Based on the 1991 Academy-Award winning much-loved animated feature film - which coincidentally is the wifey's favourite of all time - Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell placed by an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.

The musical boasts Tony Award-winning costumes and music by Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Tangled) and lyrics by the late Howard Ashman (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin), with additional songs with music by Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice (The Lion King, Jesus Christ Superstar).

Definitely one for the entire family to enjoy, as the show has played to over 35 million people in 13 countries AND is the 8th longest running musical in Broadway history.


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Congratulations to Vanda Kwok!

You have won FOUR tickets to the Beauty and the Beast musical on 31 March 2015, 8pm show (Cat B Reserve $145 category). Please email me at kelvin@cheekiemonkie.net by the end of 26 March 2015 for prize collection details.

Thanks to everyone who have taken part!

And now, you have the chance to win FOUR tickets* to the Beauty and the Beast musical! The tickets are worth close to $600 in total and you can have them just by following these simple steps:

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Important: You have to complete all three steps in order to be eligible for the draw. 

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Beauty and the Beast
21 March - 19 April 2015
Tue - Fri: 8pm | Sat: 2pm & 8pm| Sun: 1pm & 6pm
Grand Theatre, MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
Tickets: $65, $85, $115, $145, $170 & $190
To book, visit HERE.


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Mar 17, 2015

With Koobits, Your Child Will Never Need A Math Assessment Book Again!

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I admit one of the perks of being a parenting blogger all these years is getting nifty stuffs to review. What's even better is when it is something that the monkies genuinely end up liking - even if it is related to school work!


Yes, I find it incredulous to believe my eyes at first but it is true. The boys have been genuinely motivated to tackle Math Problem Sums ever since they were exposed to this particular local online Math portal. Every single night, without me having to nag!

The 'magic' Math portal in question? ProblemSums by Koobits.


ProblemSums by KooBits is an online maths learning system for primary students and boasts the largest collection of challenging Math word problems and video lessons, featuring more than 700 mathematical skills for a child to master in the form of daily learning activities. On top of that, it personalises Math learning for each child through a set of customised daily challenges designed based on the child’s learning profile over time.

Already more than 30 primary schools in Singapore have adopted this online Math learning portal as a platform for their pupils to engage in self-directed learning. And after navigating through its website, I only have one question - why are not ALL primary schools using this brilliant portal???


Signing up is a breeze, which the boys accomplished on their own. Each child has his or her own dashboard and comes with an overview of outstanding homework and/or challenges.


The great thing about Koobits' ProblemSums is it breaks down the usual tedious Math problem-solving homework into several bite-sized challenges and enables students to tackle Math challenges as and when they are free and willing. And to top everything off, the challenges are incentive-based which allows students to earn Challenge Points (CP) in order to exchange for wonderful prizes!


And in case you are thinking that kids will be obsessed with completing challenge after challenge so as to redeem more prizes, the number of questions that they can attempt is capped on a daily basis - with the entire system locked after 10pm. Also, students will not be able to access the questions on Sundays, which is in line with the founders' philosophy of having ample play time with the family come weekends! Instead, there is only one mini challenge (10 questions) that kids can practice on Sundays.

Designed to cultivate the potential of children in the subject, ProblemSums features word problems that are organised by topics aligned to the MOE syllabus as well as a differentiated skills map to maximize the kid's level of proficiency.


As the child completes more and more challenges over time, badges and prizes are earned as a form of recognition. In this way, students can progress from a learner to a master of problem sum skills on their own.


The KooBits Math portal goes beyond the traditional MCQ and fill-in-the-blank questions as individual problem-solving process is documented, with the questions requiring students to enter workings for reflective review.


A typical question goes something like this.


There are more than 10,000 problem sums in each primary level which have been set and curated by a team of former teachers so you can be rest assured of the quality of questions. But what has got me clapping my hands in approval is the Pictorial Model function.

If you have a child in Primary School, you will know that there can be no avoiding of drawing bar model diagrams when it comes to solving problem sums.


The ProblemSums portal has an in-built model function which allows a child to draw model diagrams effortlessly!


Needless to say, the wifey and I were left thoroughly impressed. Even more so when the boys ignored our enticement of an ice cream break!


In keeping line with the rapid proliferation of technology, the portal supports login from PC, Mac, iPad, Android or other tablets, and can be accessed from anywhere with Internet connection. A good thing too, since the boys never fail to remind me that they still have uncompleted challenges for the week!

And if you are worried about having to do the marking, fret not as the portal comes with auto-marking features. Step-by-step solutions for all questions are provided using problem solving strategies, heuristics, models and diagrams.


And the underlying motivation to complete the challenges? This.


We parents know that positive reinforcement is very important in keeping a child motivated, confident and ready to achieve even better results. So much like a leaderboard in an online game, Koobits allows every child to compete for top honours by either being the Hero of the Day, Top Brain or even the Champion Primary School Class in Singapore.

How's that for motivation to not only do one's homework, but also to do well?


Friends can also form 'Best Friends Forever' cliques and challenge other buddy groups to earn Challenge Points too!


But perhaps the most important bit for parents is the ability to access their children's homework alerts and progress performance reports.


Parents will be able to keep tabs on their children's progress, weaker Math concepts and number of questions attempted on a weekly basis.


Frankly, I cannot wax lyrical enough about the online Math portal. And I am not saying this because this is an advertorial. Hand to heart, I genuinely believe that this is one portal that benefited my monkies and will continue to do so in the long term.

Already Ash who is allergic to assessment books and would rather play games - like most kids - clamours to complete the challenges daily. All because he wants to compete for top honours and see his name on the Scoreboard!


Okay, so you need another reason to be swayed. How about a FREE 6-month trial for your child to sign up and try it out for himself or herself? There are absolutely no strings attached, and no questions asked after the end of the trial period. Heck, there is even no credit card information needed to register! And should you wish to continue after the trial period, I am told that the subscription fee will cost no more than $30 per year - definitely less than the amount I spend on Math assessment books.

So one question remains: WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

With Koobit's ProblemSums portal, you will never need to hunt for boring paper-based Math assessment books again!


To sign up for the FREE 6-month trial, click HERE.
For more information on Koobits, visit http://products.koobits.com/problemsums/   


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