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Early Learning Development

Children begin their lifelong learning journey from birth to toddler years. Their brains are built every moment as they interact with their environments. Tribe Early Learning is here to guide the little ones as they take the first steps in discovering new things. Our programs, with the help of our professionals, speed up the children’s learning in the most enjoyable way possible.

In line with our programs, we have set up a blog that aims to increase public awareness, especially among parents, on topics surrounding early childhood education.

Early learning describes ideas, skills, and knowledge, so children develop and learn along the continuum from birth to kindergarten. The purpose here is to provide guidance to support their well-being whilst fostering their learning progress.

This blog focuses on helping in the kids’ social and emotional development, as well as their cognitive and language skills. We have guides and other useful content for parents to get insights into creating a solid foundation for their child’s future. We believe that this starts with understanding the importance of early childhood learning, as well as the role that early learning centres play.

The next step is to support children’s development, which can help parents in engaging in thoughtful discussions relating to early childhood education.

Activities to promote self regulation in children
Developing mastery of self-regulation helps children to regulate reactions to emotions, such as frustration and excitement, calm down after something exciting or upsetting, as well as focusing and re-focusing. Here are eight activities that kids can try at home to build their self-regulation skills.
Creative Approaches to Literary Development in Early Years
Here, we cover creative approaches to literacy development such as storytelling, puppetry, music, and role-playing. These will help you ignite your children's imagination and enthusiasm for language learning at a young age.
Preparing your child for kindergarten is an exciting and important step in their development.
If your child is approaching kindergarten age, both you and your child may be feeling some apprehension. Fortunately, there are many tips on how to prepare for kindergarten to help your child make a positive transition.
A strong parent-teacher partnership can have numerous benefits for the overall development and success of a child.
At Tribe Early Learning, the connection between our educators and parents is one of our main focuses. We believe a strong relationship between families and early childhood educators leads to healthier, happier kids. Discover ways we foster this all-important relationship here.
Kindergarten teacher and students holding musical instruments in class.
Did you know everyone learns differently, including children? Some children have one distinct learning style, while other kids may have a combination of learning styles. By recognising your child’s learning style, you can support your child as they develop and grow, and help them cultivate a love of learning.
Reading helps to develop a young child’s brain.
Every child embarks on an exciting journey of learning from opening their eyes to the world. One fundamental tool often needs to be emphasised - the ability to read. As parents and educators, we can enhance our children's curiosity and intellectual development by nurturing their love for reading from an early age.
Your child should be able to express his feelings, emotions, thoughts and creativity, with freedom and safety.
During their formative years, children develop their sense of self, explore the world, and discover their unique abilities. Creativity and self-expression are vital in nurturing a child's holistic development, and fostering their cognitive, emotional, social, and physical growth.
Physical activities is essential for a child’s development. It helps lay the foundation for an active and healthy life.
Physical activities play a critical role in a child’s early learning development. Parents, caregivers, and teaching professionals should encourage young kids, especially two to five years old, to engage in age-appropriate physical activities that improve their health and well-being.
Boy in Play Area
There are two critical periods of brain development. One occurs when the child is two until around age seven, and the other is during adolescence. The first stage provides a prime opportunity to lay and strengthen the foundation for children’s early education via an early learning centre.