Product Reviews: Great Way for Kids to Learn during Covid-19

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 Product Reviews: Great Way for Kids to Learn during Covid-19

Today's Manager
June 8, 2020



Children in Singapore have been significantly affected by the Covid-19 outbreak as they lost opportunities for socialising, play, and enrichment. Even with many back at schools now, for a long period, a huge part of their lives had drastically changed, with many of them feel lost with this new and rapidly changing reality.

In order to uplift their spirits and stimulate their social consciousness, PeopleUp Singapore, a multi-sport and enrichment group, has launched a Covid-19 initiative. The company has created and published a limited edition interactive learnbook called ‘Learning through Covid-19’ for children aged four to 12.

To be distributed free to local families, the learnbook is designed to educate Singaporean kids, while igniting their imagination and social consciousness during the Covid-19 pandemic period. Filled with 50 colourful pages of various activities, it is published and produced in high quality and is available free, one copy per household.

Register for one free copy of the book at http://www.peopleup.com.sg/learning-through-covid/ and purchase additional copies at a subsidised cost of S$5 per book. Registrants must be parents who are Singapore citizens or PR or persons working or residing in Singapore with a minimum age of 18. Delivery is at S$4.99 per household but there is also an option for free delivery offered in partnership with an insurance partner that comes with a 10-minute healthier lifestyle rewards programme sharing session. Delivery will take about seven to 10 days from date of registration, subjected to changes.

PHOTO: PEOPLEUP

 

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Today's Manager Issue 2, 2020

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