SELECTED SCHOOL WORKSHOPS:
A series age-appropriate programs designed to create a deeper understanding and appreciation for Batik by learning about design compositiondetails
Students will guided to create a series of paper fastener sculptures that illustrate a variety of different characters and animals in line with a specific theme or story.details
A series of lessons planned for young children and beginners of art to draw inspiration from and to guide our young artists through the various stylesdetails
Our Hike It!Through a stimulating and informative approach, students will be introduced to monument, sculptures and sites of historical importance along the banks of the Singapore River.
Fort Canning Sculpture TrailStudents will get the opportunity to stroll back in time to Singapore’s colonial days where soldiers and a fort on Fort Canning hill stood guard
Exploring Science Ideas
We aim to deliver scientific concepts by capitalizing on children’s innate curiosity about the world. Our facilitators support scientific learning by providing hands-on materials and multisensory experiences that build on children’s discoveries and help them develop the habits of mind and skills associated with scientific thinking.
We have developed a fun discovery approach of hands-on learning through:
Scientific Process Skills
We plan open-ended activities and ask open-ended questions that encourage children to develop process skills by observing, describing, comparing & contrasting, analyzing, predicting, and explaining to support scientific thinking.
Sharpen critical thinking and problem solving skills through planned explorations to allow children to carefully and rigorously reflect on scientific outcomes and answer their own questions through inquiry.
We encourage innovative thinking in children through our activities to help children lead to solutions or products.
- Children will develop more vocabulary as they learn and experience the everyday world, coupled with observation and hands-on activities.
- Children will understand various scientific concepts, learn how to develop hypotheses, design ways to test them, record and compare data.
- Children will learn to welcome error and interpret it as valuable information, not as failure through the scientific approach of trial and error.