It was really elating to be able to witness our little stars journey through a week of diversified items. The holiday programme brought many enriching experiences and chances for creative experimentation. From day 1, each activity allowed the children to gain either a new-found awareness of a creative pursuit or a further insight into a familiar artistic practice. We are super proud of the incredible effort, teamwork and continued enthusiasm that our children displayed throughout, as you’ll see from the following snippets of each days’ events.
Let our little ones have some fun during their school holidays!
A day where the children dress in their traditional costumes and soak in their customs. they learn different cultures of song and dance in Chinese, Malay and Indian dance. The children are brought back to the times where their grandparents and parents played traditional kampong games. games like 5 stones, pick up sticks, chatteh.
The children had a fun filled day. They continued their craft work, did some puzzles and also had some outdoor activities.
A practical life and cultural activity- our children refine their sense of touch as they roll out the traditional Chinese dumplings in our Chinese enrichment holiday programme. The process of preparing and making Chinese traditional dumplings and enjoying the fruits of their own creations can be so empowering, setting the foundation of confidence and self-esteem.
Our little gems of Camelot partook in some exciting experiments during our Science Holiday Programme; some of which were….
The skittles were coated in food colouring and sugar. When you pour water over them, the coloured coating dissolves, spreading through the water.
& Magic Balloon:
For this exhilarating experience, the vinegar and baking soda mix together to make an acid-based reaction creating carbon dioxide gas that bubbles up from the mixture. The gas then expands up and out of the bottle, inflating the balloon.
As you can see below, the children had an absolute blast delving into each experiment and testing their scientific curiosities.