Come hear from our founder,
michelle choy
how the little executive's 4qs 
is something you can't afford
to miss out for your child.

Virtual Classroom Trial Lesson + Parent Orientation Pack

$15 per child

What's included:

- 30 minute Virtual Classroom Trial Lesson (K1-P3 kids only)

- 4Q Parent Orientation video (20 minutes)

- Teacher Feedback (5 minutes)

Hurry book your slot now!

We are currently running

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM trial lessons (30 minutes)

during this period. 

Trial Class +

Parent Workshop

$20 per child

What's included:

- 1.5 hours Trial Class (U.P. $80)

- 4Q Workshop for Parents (U.P. $120)

 

Saturday | 19 Sep | 4:00 - 5:30

Sunday | 27 Sep | 3:00 - 4:30

Saturday | 3 Oct | 4:00 - 5:30

Saturday | 10 Oct | 11:00 - 12:30

Saturday | 31 Oct | 4:00 - 5:30

Weekday trials available on request

 

 

*Click to register and we will follow up with your preferred timing.

AT TLE,

WE OFFER 2 TYPES

OF CLASSES

TO BEST SUIT

YOUR NEEDS

Virtual Classroom Trial Lesson + Parent Orientation Pack

$20 per child

What's included:

- 30 minute Virtual Classroom Trial Lesson (K2-P3 kids only)

- 4Q Parent Orientation video (20 minutes)

- Teacher Feedback (5 minutes)

Hurry book your slot now!

*Click to register and we will follow up with your preferred timing.

being a mum
of six is hard!

Hi parent, my name is Michelle Choy. Some of you might know me as parent blogger Mummywee from Mummyweeblog, where I share how I develop the joy of learning in my 6 children.

 

And despite going through the “terrible twos” 6 times with different personalities, I’m glad to say that by using a simple methodology, my kids, as well as thousands of other 3-7 year olds we’ve worked with, have developed crucial learning fundamentals for over 15 years, allowing them to become happy, independent and resilient learners.

 

My secret to raising 6 kids without going mad?

I call it the “4Qs”

 

Together with my team of expert early child development specialists, we’ve given thousands of young learners a head start in life by understanding how to manage themselves - their emotions, behaviours and thoughts from an early age.

This is the KEY to bringing up an attentive, patient and deeply curious learner.

Unfortunately, what many parents are unaware of, is that the window of opportunity to develop these skills diminishes after the age of 6. And unless parents help their child tap into these critical areas at an early age, these skills can be much more difficult to pick up later in life.

That’s why I’ve made it my life’s mission to educate as many Singaporean parents as possible to help their little ones develop these skills early, setting them up for success way before they enter the

pivotal primary one.

HERE'S A CHECKLIST TO SEE IF YOUR CHILD CAN BENEFIT FROM COMING TO 

THE LITTLE EXECUTIVE:

DO YOU FIND THAT YOUR CHILD:

- Gives up too easily after failing
- Is unwilling to try something new

- Does not follow your instructions

- Is not independent
- Rushes through tasks and homework without being careful

- Is shy or lacking in confidence
- Gets frustrated when unable to do a task
- Does not have a love for learning
- Is unable to resolve conflict or collaborate well with siblings and friends


Do you also worry about the rat race they will soon enter, and want to find a better way to equip them to do well, not just in school, but at life as well?

tHEN COME AND JOIN US AT OUR WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS WITH THE LITTLE EXECUTIVE'S CO-FOUNDER, POPULAR PARENTING BLOGGER MICHELLE CHOy

WHERE YOU WILL DISCOVER

  • How you can raise resilient children 

  • The 2 new quotients besides IQ and EQ that you can't afford to miss out for your child

  •  Why Executive Function Quotient (EFQ) is the new IQ. Top world leaders are focusing on developing these skills in their kids even before mastering academics.

  • How gadgets like iPad affect your child’s brain (pre-frontal cortex) and what you can do about it

  • The difference between “right-brain” training and Executive Function

  • How to get your child to LOVE learning and to be unafraid to fail. This is a common challenge for many parents today.

  • How TLE can help your child develop a growth mindset and Executive Function skills.

WE WILL ALSO SHOW YOU

what you can do at home to help equip your child with the following 21st Century Skills, which are extremely important to succeed in this global and constantly changing economy.

√ Collaborative Problem Solving

√ Analytical Thinking

√ Interpersonal Skills

√ Critical Thinking

√ Effective Communication

√ Innovative Thinking 

√ Creativity 

√ Curiosity 

√ Resilience 

This is definitely the workshop where you’ll find answers not shared in parenting books!

Mind blown! Totally love what founder Michelle shared, especially about resilience and executive function.” Karen, blogger and mum of 2
"My friend attended the workshop and was raving about it. I just had to come and listen for myself and I also ended up signing both my kids up for this very unique programme. It was really an eye-opener what our kids need to succeed in today’s world.”
Deborah, mum of 2 kids
While you are attending the Workshop for Parents, your kids will get to experience our unique TLE classes with their peers. 
HEAR WHAT PARENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THEIR KIDS
AFTER JOINING
THE LITTLE EXECUTIVE

Beth, P1

After 2 years at TLE, Beth is more INDEPENDENT, FOCUSED and SELF-MOTIVATED, both at home and in school. Her Executive Function skills have improved tremendously and she planned our helper's farewell party from start to end and we were so impressed!

Dr Marina Teh, Beth's Mum

Kyle, K2

After 1.5 years at TLE, his school teachers have seen huge improvements in Kyle. He has always been a bright child, but now he has improved in the other 3Qs, and gets along with his peers well, shows respect to his teachers and best of all, he is unafraid to try and fail and he doesn't give up easily.

SH, Kyle's Mum

Eleanor, K1

After attending a Holiday Camp and watching how the TLE kids were enthusiastic about challenging themselves with progressively more difficult tasks, she started to develop a Growth Mindset. She took the initiative to work on her Chinese readers which she never liked, without us prompting.

Dr Deb Gifford, Eleanor's Mum

WHAT IS
THE LITTLE EXECUTIVE?

A SKILLS STUDIO

for the 4Qs:

Executive Function

Resilience

Intelligence

Emotional

WE EQUIP

children with a brimming can-do attitude towards life and learning. They also develop skills to manage themselves, negotiate, resolve conflicts, and cope with failure.

OUR VISION

A future that is filled with dynamic young learners who will be able to follow their dreams and soar.

HOW WE DO IT

Through weekly lessons that are filled with fun and laughter, that focuses more on the process of learning than the content of learning.

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