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Welcome to www.usleducation.com

About Us

USL

usleducation.com is wholly-owned by USL Educational Supplies (M) Sdn. Bhd. and was set up solely as a one-stop centre for all your educational needs ranging from pre-school to special needs. We are also proud to be the leading and most established manufacturer, importer and supplier in Malaysia since 1998. With the support of our customers and wonderful staffs over the years, we have outgrown our warehouse and retail space and we are proud to announce that we will soon be moving into our new 67000 square foot premise at Taman Kajang Perdana. (print location map)

We strive to produce and supply a wide assortment of finest teaching tools and resources at affordable prices to facilitate all of your child’s or student's learning needs. We assure that our products are carefully selected and tested by our pool of consultants drawn from practitioners, educationists and parents to bring you the best, proven and most current learning tools available. Our key policy is to ensure that learning should always be fun and meaningful for your child / students. Unbeatable low price and high quality products is also our assurance.

IMPORTANCE OF GOOD LEARNING TOOLS

Educational tools and teaching aids are TOOLS THAT HELP CHILDREN IN LEARNING and to develop more basic skills that facilitate future learning; to stimulate logical and creative thinking; language and communication skills; caring attitude; interactive skills; development of gross and fine motor co-ordination; cognitive development – logical thinking, problem solving, perception, symbolizing, concepts of space, time and mass; social development – sharing, giving, responsibility, respect of cultural differences and etc. Teaching aids/educational tools are not merely play toys.

Criteria of good learning tools:

  • Safe - meet International Toys Safety standard (CE, ASTM, MC)
  • Open - ended
  • Developmentally appropriate
  • Concrete, real and meaningful
  • Simplicity of design
  • Involve child in play
  • Stimulate imagination and aid communication
  • Encourage cooperative play
  • Durable
  • Generous in proportion and quantity
  • Price based on durability and design

HOW CHILDREN LEARN?

They learn through play! And play is the child’s work!

Children play every day. Play is considered to be one of the primary needs of a child and play is often said to be a child’s work! Play provides the foundation for academic or ‘school’ learning. It is the preparation children need before they learn highly abstract symbols such as letters and numbers. Learning isn’t just repeating what someone else says; it requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn firsthand about the world to live in!

Children learn best when they have ‘objects they can manipulate; when they have chances to explore the world around them; when they can experiment and learn from trial and error within a safe and stimulating environment or in another word ‘PLAY’. Play is now seen as being crucial to the development of the child – it is through play that children learn many things about the world around them!

Development through play

Play

Play is the main way in which children learn, therefore play affects all aspects of a child’s development!


Play is a need for every child……….and when we observe children at play, we often see enjoyment and delight. Play is an important childhood activity that helps children masters all developmental needs.

Children spend a great deal of time playing. Play is the natural process by which young children learn. Because adults do not use play in the same manner, we often mistake children’s play for recreation or inconsequential activity!

Children create their own knowledge from their experiences and interactions with the world around them. Adult plays the role as facilitator or mediator by providing the suitable tools, the materials, the support, the guidance and the interest to maximize the child’s opportunities for learning!

All children progress through common developmental stages, but at the same time, each child is a unique and individual being.