Brain Games - TRINS ELC

Brain-Boosting Activities for Children

‘Play is our brain’s favourite way of learning’ – Diane Ackerman Research has proved that more than 70% of a child’s learning takes place in the first five years of their life. A child’s brain is busy taking in all the information fed to it through various senses. Children try to find structure and meaning… Read more »


Benefits of Early Childhood Education - TRINS ELC

5 Reasons Why Your Child Should Attend Preschool

“The first five years have so much to do with how the next 80 turn out”. – Bill Gates The process of learning begins when the child is born. Even the tiniest observations will be imprinted on their receptive minds. If you are a parent who thinks their child is too small to begin an… Read more »


Creativity and Child Development - TRINS ELC

Role of creativity in early childhood learning

“Draw the art you want to see, start the business you want to run, play the music you want to hear, write the books you want to read, build the products you want to use – do the work you want to see done.” – Austin Kleon The word “Creativity” is too broad an idea to fit… Read more »


Celebration Time

“The most beautiful things are not associated with money; they are memories and moments. If you don’t celebrate those, they can pass you by.” – Alek Wek  Have you ever stopped to think about why we celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and holidays? It’s not just a festive thing to do, it’s a way to stop, cherish… Read more »


Simple Acts of Kindness - TRINS ELC

Encouraging Kindness in Preschoolers

What better could we, or should we, teach our children? The future holds endless possibilities for our next generation, but the one thing that will matter the most to each one is ‘Kindness’- Anonymous WHY KINDNESS MATTERS Have you ever wondered why kindness is so important? Has there ever been a time where you thought,… Read more »


Healthy Eating for Kids - TRINS ELC

Inculcating Healthy Eating Habits

We all instinctively know from birth that food is essential to our own survival. Studies show that a nutritious diet will make your child healthier and better able to learn. Children can be picky eaters. For many parents, picturing a toddler stubbornly throwing a piece of carrot to the floor is easy – after all,… Read more »