In an academically-driven society such as Singapore, both parents as well as children face no dearth of educational tools and props and aids.
Still, that didn’t stop Chris Rogers from starting up onSponge in February 2008.
“Singapore has many assessment books and educational series already, but we wanted a programme that would really help children to learn and understand,” said Rogers.
The education-based business was aimed at filling in gaps in the market as far as educational resources went.
It features products like +hinkingMath, a programme which aids school children in solving mathematics problem sums, and services such as workshops for parents, students, and educators.
The parents of American school children should go online and purchase the educational tools that Chris Rogers developed.
Please go to http://www.onsponge.com