Pinocchio: A Whale of a Tale!

ArtBeatz is proud to present the gala performance of A Whale of Tale with Pinocchio! A colourful, imaginative and delightful musical puppet show to be staged within a ‘Whale’s Belly’. Book early to avoid disappointments.

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. from a dot competition

In celebration with the book launch of ‘. from a dot’, a book about master artist Sun Yu-li, on the 4 April 2014 at The Arts House. We are inviting all participants to participate in a competition in response to the prose below, written by Sun Yu-li, through a visual or performing art form. Cash prizes up to $500 up for grabs!

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Love . Revolve The World

An interactive art collaboration by master artist Sun Yu-li and over 750 children participants showcased at the Singapore Art Museum for Art Garden 2013.

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Join Our Team

If you are looking for a rewarding career in education, join us today!

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Exploring Science Ideas

Concept

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.

Approach

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.

Critical 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.

Creative Thinking

We encourage innovative thinking in children through our activities to help children lead to solutions or products.

Skills Development

  • 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.