Teaching tots — the fun way.
It’s never too early to get the little ones learning. From practical life skills to speech and drama, storytelling to dance, here’s a bounty of classes and activities in SG to enroll your toddler in.
“Empowering Children Through Active Play” — how Power Kids Gym fulfils its mission to stimulate the minds (and bodies) of young ones through non-competitive activities. Have your toddler try the Super Wigglers class for hands-on activities, learn nursery rhymes, engage in music and movement, and pick up basic social skills.
Julia Gabriel Centre‘s PlayClub engages your petite ones in a range of hands-on, interactive activities aimed at improving motor skills and social skills. Through arts, crafts, speech and drama, kids are guided to interact comfortably with different environments and each other, and make sense of various real-life situations.
Chengzhu Mandarin Centre‘s programme immerses tots in a conducive environment for them to better absorb Standard Mandarin. LOs can try their hand at traditional Chinese performance and visual arts such as folk dances, traditional Chinese handicrafts, and preparing classic Chinese dishes like yummy rice dumplings.
2- to 3-year-old tykes should warm up easily to ballet, tap, music and movement, in this Melody Movement Early Learning dance syllabus. Created by children’s dance teacher, Jill Bridger, it focuses on natural actions such as running, skipping and hopping.
Odyssey, The Global Preschool‘s popular course uses percussion instruments for budding musicians to learn a sense of rhythm and to make merry music. Singing, listening and the playing of instruments to familiar melodies and international folk songs are some of the activities this class offers.
More on The Finder:
Don’t miss out! Like our Facebook page for event updates and more.