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Stuck at Home? Check Out These Great Pre-school Holiday Adventures To Take Your Little Ones To

Whether you’ve got a wee one, or a little toddler or even an active young spark, there’s a plethora of fun activities that you could be taking them to. Here’s where to get started:

From 8 months – School of Talk

Early childhood experts Lorna Whiston are launching their new Little Adventurers programme at the end of June for babies from eight months of age. Allowing very young children to learn through their senses these classes will incorporate songs and rhyme, music and movement, speech and drama, art and craft and storytelling. The stimulating, nurturing and language-rich environment will help develop even the littlest adventurers. Visit www.lornawhiston.com

From 18 months – Role with It

Your curious learners will find much to satisfy their craving at Odyssey. The programmes at this multi-faceted preschool are created to bring out your child’s unique personality and talents, through encoraged self-directed learning within a supportive culture. Including a music and dance studio, to a little chef’s lab and even an amphitheatre. Visit www.theodyssey.sg


3-6 years – The Orient Express

At the process-focused Brighton Montessori preschool, your child learns how to learn first. Individualised learning goals are created for each little learner, with a strong focus on parental inclusion in the child’s learning journey. Enrichment courses like the Intensive Chinese immersion Programme help prep your child for academic study with a combination of resources to reach out to all types of learning styles. Visit www.brightonmontessori.com.sg


7-12 years – Glow of Confidence

Give your shy child’s self-esteem a boost with Learning Horizon preschool’s exciting life skill workshops and teambuilding games to imbue children from 7 to 12 with social confidence. Your little one will understand how to set his or her own goals and work with others. Watch them gain self-confidence and learn how to speak clearly and articulately Visit www.learninghorizon.com.sg


By Madeline Lim, Harper’s BAZAAR Junior, June 2014

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