Your children are born with a natural love of learning and curiosity about the world.
You want to nurture their love of learning.
You want to give them the best start in life.
You want them to become motivated life long learners.
you are feeling overwhelmed scouring the internet for ‘fun learning activities’ because there are way too many ideas out there.
You stayed up searching and setting up an activity but your children are not interested. You are discouraged and more sleep-deprived than ever.
You have no idea how to spend quality time with your children and engage them meaningfully every day.
You wonder why not leave everything in the hands of schools and teachers?
Because no one understands your child better than you. Their strengths, their interests, their passions.
You are their best teacher.
I believe nurturing a love of learning in children begins at home.
“Because of you, I created my first learning shelf for my girl! She was so excited and couldn’t wait to try all the activities. The joy on her face when she’s having fun learning is everything!”
“I just wanted to say you are absolutely amazing and a true inspiration. As an early year teacher and someone who follows countless early teaching accounts, yours is the most innovative. You are amazing and I will be using your great ideas.”
“I was inspired by your monthly learning shelf and started making shelves for my kids too. I saw how engaged my children are when the activities presented to them are fun and tuned to their interests. Thank you for sharing your ideas generously!”
The joy on your children’s faces when they made discoveries and spent an amazing day learning with you.
Your children all motivated to learn because you made learning fun and all about what they are most interested in.
Feeling so good at the end of the day, every day, that you have spent quality time and build strong bonds with your children.
Introducing The Happy Learners’ Club…
A monthly membership experience to support parents of 2 to 6 years old children with simple, engaging and hands-on activities.
THLC resources are designed to maximize fun learning for children and minimize prep time for busy parents.
Hello there! I’m Fynn.
I’m a former-Math and Science teacher from sunny Singapore, an author and a mother to 3 children (aged 8, 5 and 2).
Watching my first baby grow up, I was constantly awed at how children love to explore and learn from the time they are born. I knew I wanted to do whatever I could to nurture this love of learning in my children.
Turning to Pinterest for help, I was quickly overwhelmed with so much information about the best activities to encourage joyful learning. My initial attempts to get my son interested in my activities failed miserably. After spending an entire night of preparation, I was in utter disbelief when my son was all done with learning in less than a minute.
I tried activity after activity, read books and articles and pondered how to captivate his little mind. One day, I watched in amazement as my 2yo tried to scoop pompoms into a bottle with his favorite toy digger. He was so focused on the activity for 20 minutes! There and then I had a Eureka moment on the best ways to spark the love of learning in children – by engaging their interests, harnessing their curiosity and having fun learning together. The result? My children enjoyed learning more than ever!
Learning together has become an important part of our family life and I’m here to journey with you in raising children who love learning.
Raise children who love to learn.
Discover simple ways to follow your children’s interests and intrigue them to discover new knowledge about the world.
I love to hear from you!
What is your biggest challenge right now with nurturing your children’s love of learning? Let me know and I’d love to help. Any question or comment, just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement, and mystery of the world we live in.”Rachel Carson