Creative Conversations Storytelling Workshops for Families [SOLD OUT]
Varying dates, see details of each session below
The Salon, Level 1 | Duration: 30 – 45 mins per session
Free, but $10 deposit per adult-child pair collected upon registration
Recommended for ages 3 to 6 with parent/guardian. Accompanying siblings not within this age range may also attend the session with a valid ticket.
Enjoy an interactive storytelling session based on the Creative Conversations: Shaping our Future toolkit
, led by educators from various pre-schools.
Session 1: Food Glorious Food
29 May | 2.30pm
Conducted by: Dr Geraldine Teo-Zuzarte (Pre-School By-The-Park)
Travel back in time and explore the rows of shophouses and food peddlers along the streets. Join us in this interactive session as we explore different local foods such as satay, kueh
Session 2: Amah Goes to the Market
4 June | 10.30am
Conducted by: Ms Jocelyn Yan (Hebron Christian Preschool)
Find out what an amah
does on a day-to-day basis, practise empathy and create your own paper puppet sticks!
Session 3: The Olden Days
19 June | 2.30pm
Conducted by: Ms Sambasivam Magiswari (YWCA Bedok South Child Development Centre)
Explore a spectrum of emotions with a caretaker and her young master as they go about their day. Create and bring home your own emotion wheel, to help children learn to identify and share their feelings.
Session 4: Meet the Early Settlers
25 June | 2.30pm
Conducted by: Dr Jacqueline Chung (St. James’ Church Kindergarten (Harding))
Join us in this storytelling and workshop session to find out how you can engage your little ones in discussions to enhance their imagination, critical thinking skills and social-emotional development as they encounter some of the early settlers of Singapore.
This programme is free of charge. A $10 deposit will be collected for each adult-child pair during registration, and will be refunded after the session upon verification of attendance. Visit ecdaonsitecs2022.peatix.com to register.
These storytelling sessions are organised with support from the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA).