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This Singapore Preschool Aims To Teach Children Useful Life Skills

Early childhood is an incredibly important time for children to develop self-help skills.

As such, Kinderland revamped its school cafeterias around the island to include a serving counter where food is displayed buffet-style, explains Kua JoAnn, the school’s assistant manager for nutrition, health and hygiene.

The big idea? Let children – as young as age 3 – to independently self-serve and feed themselves, inspired by Japanese preschools the Kinderland team toured several years back.

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Kinderland Preschool & Infant
Tel: 6881 8818
Web: www.kinderland.com.sg

Kinderland Preschools


From The Finder (Issue 294) , August 2018

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