2017 MOE Kindergarten K2 Celebrations
As the final term of 2017 drew to a close, Kindergarten 2 (K2) children, together with their teachers, discussed how they would celebrate the end of one of the milestones in their learning journey. Here is a peek into how some of our MOE Kindergarten K2 children marked this day of celebration with their families, peers and teachers.
At MOE Kindergarten @ Punggol Green: The children had choreographed the dance steps and were excited to share the music they had learnt to play using the resonator bars and kompangs!
At MOE Kindergarten @ Dazhong: The skit was adapted by the children based on a book their teacher had read to them. They wanted to share with their families about the importance of keeping their environment clean.
At MOE Kindergarten @ Punggol View: Parents had fun with their children as together, they sought ways to escape from the giant spider web. The gross motor skills the children had learnt came in handy!
At MOE Kindergarten @ West Spring: Heartfelt words from the K2 children were shared about what they were going to miss most about their kindergarten. They included their teachers’ words of encouragement to them.
PM Lee’s Visit to MOE Kindergarten @ Punggol View
PM Lee visited the MOE Kindergarten @ Punggol View recently to find out more about how we engage children in learning through purposeful play.
During his visit, our children invited PM to join them in making an art work of our national flower using the symmetric painting method. He also saw children learning outdoors as they worked on making planters with recycled bottles at the garden together with their friends and teachers. This activity served to help children learn the importance of recycling and inculcate in them care and respect for the.
Watch this video to see more!
Pyjama Party-Reading Workshop at MOE Kindergarten @ Springdale
The children and parents at MOE Kindergarten @ Springdale had an exciting night recently! Dressed in their pyjamas, children and parents came together and bonded through reading. The party was organised to give parents and children an opportunity to have fun and also for teachers to share tips with parents on cultivating the reading habit in their children. Parents shared that they appreciated the opportunity to spend quality time with their children. Check out the photos below!