10th Joyous Learning Grove Children’s Holiday Camp
Our world is changing and becoming increasingly complex and unsafe. Hence, it is of great importance to help our young to develop practical skills for mindfulness and learn how to cope with the changes as well as become agents for social change.
This 2-day holiday camp will take on a process-oriented approach to engage children in discovering more about themselves and the world that they are living in. Using the chosen story/ picture as a stimulus, children will use drama tools, such as Role-Play and Creative Movement to explore dramatic play, creating scenarios from the story that will highlight themes relevant to their lives. Through a variety of child led activities, children will explore the use of drama strategies to establish character relationships, understand situations and come up with ideas to solve problems.
Our Educational Objectives:
• Engaging children in the process of learning in and through the arts
• Developing children’s imagination and creativity
• Fostering critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills
• Exploring and Evaluating ideas from different perspectives
• Expressing feelings and interpreting feelings of others
• Enhancing communication and literacy skills to better understand one another
• Empowering children to be active agents of change for the benefit of others
Age Group: K1 – P4
Date: 25th Nov 2017 (Sat) and 26th Nov 2017 (Sun)
Time: 9am – 5:00pm
Venue: Kallang Community Club (Boon Keng MRT),
45 Boon Keng Road, Singapore 339771
Fees: $180* (*Include 1 t-shirt, lunches, snacks, goodie bag, learning materials etc.)
10% off for Early Bird Registration & Payment before 15 Oct 2017
10% off for 2 or more registrants
Complimentary Parents’ seminar, limited to one parent per child**
**Parents of non campers need to pay $20 to attend this parents’ seminar
No. of participants: 60
Language Media: English
Registration Deadline: 12/11/2017
About the teacher:
Elaine Ng holds a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Australia and a Diploma in Speech and Drama from London Teacher Training College. She has more than 20 years of experience working with children, families and early childhood educators. She conducts arts education workshops for preschool educators and parents while she tirelessly promotes the arts to be integrated into the Singapore preschool core curriculum. She also heads the Continuing Education and Training committee at the Singapore Drama Educators Association (SDEA).
The Joyous Learning Grove children holiday camp will be led by Elaine together with her team of artist educators.