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HighScope schools in Bangkok

International Kindergartens In Bangkok : HighScope Schools in Bangkok

Before discussing the HighScope schools in Bangkok, I’ll briefly outline the history and guiding philosophies of the early year approach. Originating in Michigan in 1962 as the first preschool project for disadvantaged children, the philosophy has seen many milestones in its 50 year life. The HighScope early childhood philosophy is centered around the role of…

wooden toys at british early years centre international kindergarten bangkok

Phonics in Bangkok – A parent’s guide to Phase 1 – Aspect 1

Phase 1 is broken down into 7 Aspects and 3 Strands. Aspect 1: General Sound Discrimination – Environmental Sounds Aspect 2: General Sound Discrimination – Instrumental Sounds Aspect 3 : General Sound Discrimination – Body Percussion Aspect 4 : Rhythm and Rhyme Aspect 5 : Alliteration Aspect 6 : Voice Sounds Aspect 7 : Oral…

Waldorf Schools in Bangkok

International Kindergartens in Bangkok : Waldorf Schools in Bangkok

Are you looking for a Waldorf school in Bangkok? If so, you might have to look a little further afield! What is Waldorf? Waldorf education was founded in the early 20th century by Emil Molt, the owner of Waldorf Astoria cigarette factory in Stuttgart, Germany. Originally opened for his employees’ children the philosophy of the…

vegetable quinoa sushi at British Early Years Centre International kindergarten in Bangok

Tried & Tested Healthy Recipes for Kids: Quinoa Maki Rolls

Ingredients 3 cups Quinoa6 cups Water3/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar3 Cucumbers (sliced into long strips)6 Carrots (grated)6 Avocado (diced)21-4 tsps Sesame Seeds48Nori Sheets2 1/4 tsps Soy Sauce Directions 1.Add quinoa and water to a saucepan and bring to the boil.Once boiling, turn down to simmer and cover for 12 minutes.Turn off heat and stir in…

Wooden toys used at Montessori kindergartens in Bangkok

International Kindergartens in Bangkok : Montessori Schools In Bangkok

Montessori Schools in Bangkok : Something to consider. Montessori Schools in Bangkok and Montessori Kindergartens range and vary immensely throughout the city. So much so that we would suggest some serious investigative research and visits to be done if you are considering a Montessori school in Bangkok for your child. The first thing to understand…

children play during Reggio Emilia project at British Early Years Centre International Kindergarten, Bangkok

Reggio Emilia – The Principles of the Reggio Emilia Approach

This post attempts to introduce and give an overview of the guiding principles and beliefs of the Reggio Emilia Approach. The Hundred Languages of Children The approach emphasizes the importance of children’s symbolic language. The hundred “languages” are the many modes of expression, such as speech, writing, movement, drawing, painting, sculpture, shadow play, collage and…

phonics at British Early Years Centre International Kindergarten, Bangkok

Phonics in Bangkok – A parent’s guide to the Curriculum Part 2

In this post we cover a brief overview of an enormous syllabus. We do not yet cover the teaching methods used for excellent teaching and practice of letters and sounds. This will be covered in a later post. Phonics Phase 1 – Phase 6 The actual phonics curriculum starts pre-introduction of letter sounds aimed at…

healthy recipes for kids at British Early Years Centre International kindergarten in Bangok

Tried & Tested Healthy Recipes For Kids : Rainbow Poke Bowl

We have been discussing the introduction of salads for a long time and in particular deliberating just how to introduce them at our kindergarten. We wondered if we should simply add a small side to a variety of appropriate dishes or whether to simply present the children with an interesting, colourful and multi-textured salad. The…

Nature Play at British Early Years Centre International Kindergarten Bangkok

Why is Nature Play So Important ?

There has never been a time in history when more outside nature play has been needed. Technology, in particular tablet and phone screens, is gradually consuming more and more of children’s free time. Aside from rebalancing children’s activities there are a great number of benefits that we have forgotten about, or perhaps we were never…