Woods in the Books
Posted on June 21, 2019 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events, blog!, StoryTime in the Woods

StoryTime in the Woods | 亲子同乐之《蜡笔小黑》

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Let’s open the crayon box! Why won’t the other crayons let the black crayon join in their fun? In a session that focuses on Mandarin oral communication and interaction, read a story, create a scratch painting, and bring a copy of《蜡笔小黑》home with you! This session supports parent-child language immersion and is friendly to non-Chinese-speaking parents.

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Posted on June 7, 2019 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events

Workshop: Lemonade, Money, Good Causes

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Can a simple glass of lemonade make a difference in our world? Find out how you can turn lemonade into social enterprise in this special learning journey with Swapnil Mishra, author of Freddy the Eager Fundraiser. Learn about budgeting, collaboration, and how to sell lemonade to raise money for a good cause*!

Posted on May 24, 2019 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events

Workshop: Lemonade, Money, Good Causes

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Can a simple glass of lemonade make a difference in our world? Find out how you can turn lemonade into social enterprise in this special learning journey with Swapnil Mishra, author of Freddy the Eager Fundraiser. Learn about budgeting, collaboration, and how to sell lemonade to raise money for a good cause!

For this workshop, you can get a special bundle of Freddy the Eager Fundraiser (U.P. $14.00) along with your ticket to bring home with you!

Posted on May 5, 2019 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events

Creative Residency Programme: Artist-Led Imaginative Play

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This is not a book.

It is a *tap tap tap*
It is a *flitter flutter flutter*
It is a *boing boing whee*
It is a *boom boom roar*

Embark on a flight of imagination in a story that goes beyond the book! Inspired by ‘This Is Not a Book’ by Jean Jullien and led by Creative Resident MYRA LOKE, bring stories to life with the help of everyday items in this creative parent-child bonding session! Using everyday items in storybook play transforms a book reading into spontaneous immersive play. It can happen anytime, anywhere!