- 30 May - 3 June
Flashlights, s’mores, and tents; it’s camping season! Oh what fun to begin the summer with a camping week by learning to make knots, fishing, rock painting and of course, what is a camping trip without S’ mores! We will end the first week with a pretend “ campfire”!
- 6 - 10 June
We will have a splashing good time in the second week! Can water travel without being poured from one cup to another? Can we create fireworks in a jar? How does fruit juice turn into delicious fruit popsicles? We will also use our engineering minds to build a floating city in the water and not forgetting waterplay fun!
- 13 - 17 June
The third week sees us showing our love for the men who are special in our lives - Dads! The children will be doing crafts and learning songs to honour our fathers but let’s not spoil the surprise too much!
- 20 - 24 June
We are in for a treat as we prepare for our Teddy Bears Picnic! The children will be playing outdoor games, having Bubble fun and making yummy goodies for their Teddy Bears’ Picnic! Needless to say, the Teddy Bears are invited for the picnic!
- 27 June- 8 July
What enchanting creatures live in the garden, waiting to be discovered? Do fairies exist? Are gnomes always grumpy? Where do they live? Sprinkles, flowers and everything nice...with a bit of fairy dust and the power of believing, be mesmerised as we create our own magic potions, flowery wings, fairy garden and a little fancy garden party but, just remember to leave some room for the fairies to dance! So, join us in a journey into the world of magical garden and witness the beauty that nature has to offer.
- 11 July- 22 July
Inch by inch, row by row, we are going to make this garden grow! What’s a garden without plants and flowers? Grow with us as we investigate Bicolour Flowers, sprout some silly Grass Heads, paint ‘blooming’ masterpieces inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings, and make our own flower playdough! We will also wander to the world of carnivorous plants–what makes it gobble up insects, reptiles and even small mammals? After we finish with all the exciting activities lined up for them – the children will surely look at plants and flowers in a whole new way!
- 25 July - 29 July
Join us on a mini gastronomic adventure centred around plants! Did you know that all the different parts of a plant are edible? Explore edible seeds, flowers and roots through various cookery activities and
experiments! We will be munching on delightful sunflower seeds, making crafts with the shells, delving into root vegetables, creating crafts with potatoes and experimenting with butterfly pea flower tea and lime. After this week, the children will definitely begin to appreciate the whole plant and get innovative with the various parts of the plant!
- 1 August- 12 August
Left right, left right... join us as we March into the Nation’s 57th birthday! Who is Sang Nila Utama? Sir Stamford Raffles? What is a Merlion? Have you been to The Esplanade? Who are they and what are these places? We will be diving into Singapore’s history, getting crafty, experimenting with fireworks salt art, singing a song or twom and exploring nostalgic snacks. We will play simple games of pick up sticks, five stones, chapteh, just to name a few. It’s old school versus new school! Let us rewind to the time where the simplest things could make us so pleased.
- 15 August - 26 August
Come along with us as we crawl, flutter and chirp our way to the world of busy insects. These small but mighty creatures may be considered pests, but don’t let their size trick you; they play big roles in the ecosystem. Insects are everywhere. Children love to get down to the insect’s levels and explore their world. They’re fun to search for, catch, and identify too! Our fun-filled week will surely make the children love to learn about all of the creepy crawlies around them. We will make buggy snacks, design a creepy crawlies life-sized habitat and give flying insects a high five!
I am a little Gardener! (Mandarin)
- 29 August - 2 September
We are going to be gardeners while learning new vocabulary in Mandarin and re-visiting some science concepts that the children are familiar with. They will be using their senses to explore and observe the nature around us! What can we see with our sharp eyes? What can we hear if we really concentrate and be very quiet? Why do flowers have a lovely smell? Why does the tree trunk feel so rough? How does this vegetable or fruit taste? Through these fun and exciting hands-on activities, we hope that the love for Mandarin will be ignited and fostered!
Image Credit: Swallows and Amazons Kindergarten
30 May - 2 September, See the website for the opening hours.
Price: 278.2 SGD
+65 6762 8158
Swallows and Amazons Kindergarten, South Carpark, The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994