If you are a parent, I am sure you care for your kids' academic performance and you also want your kids to do well in their exams. Unfortunately, exams remain the conventional method to test a kid's understanding of what they have learned.
In Singapore, all Primary students are required to sit for a public exam known as the Primary School Leaving Examination ("PSLE"). There are many publishers available in Singapore that provide the best books for PSLE.
If you are unfamiliar with this education system, it is generally accepted by parents here that the future of the child depends on their PSLE score.
After all, Singapore is a competitive society and only children with above-average PSLE scores can attend better secondary schools, paving the way for them to enter colleges and universities.
Do you agree that taking exams can be a challenge for our children? As a result, a child must not only believe in himself that he can pass the test well, but also be confident every time.
However, there is a common problem with parents here, namely putting a negative label on the child. Did that happen to you when you were a child? While others may say this is a vicious cycle, I say we have to stop it. It is important that our children feel that we are always supporting them.
Remember, effective communication between you and your children is important. If you notice that your children are experiencing test stress of any kind, listen to and support them and let them feel our love.