Encouraging your mini-me’s talents and boosting his or her skills are easy-peasy with these enrichment options in Singapore.
Chengzhu‘s Chinese Cultural Arts programme immerses tots in a conducive environment that allows them to better absorb Standard Mandarin through an introduction to traditional Chinese performance and visual arts such as folk dances, Chinese handicrafts, calligraphy and ink brush painting. Bonus: they get to prepare and taste classic Chinese dishes such as rice dumplings, too!
NEXT: Da Little School →
Suitable for nursery one and two children, this developmental programme uses books, songs and props to bring your little ones into the world of storytelling through the works of both classic and contemporary authors. Beyond budding bookworms, Da Little School’s highly interactive sessions will show all kids that reading can, and should, be fun. At the same time, the use of artworks inspired by the stories during class are also aimed at cultivating the children’s aesthetic senses.
NEXT: iGenius →
With courses designed to aid holistic development in tots between six to 36 months of age, iGenius engages children (and their parents) through programmes that emphasise language and speech development, observational and listening skills, sensory awareness and fine motor skills via intentional play and learning games. A small class ratio of one teacher to six tots ensures that each parent-and-child pairing gets the attention they require.
NEXT: Magic Fiddler →
Indulge your little drummer boy (or girl) with Magic Fiddler‘s popular Musik Kaleidoscope course that uses percussion instruments for tots to build a sense of rhythm and make merry music. Singing, listening and the playing of instruments to familiar melodies and international folk songs are just some of the activities this class has to offer.
NEXT: Stepping Out Studios →
Suitable for kids from two to three years old, this Stepping Out Studios introduces children to the concepts of ballet, tap, music and movement. Created by children’s dance teacher, Jill Bridger, the Melody Movement Early Learning dance syllabus focuses on natural actions such as running, walking, skipping, galloping and hopping.
NEXT: Chengzhu Mandarin Centre →
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