Here is a sneak peek at the lineups:
- 40 Reflections for 40 Years, a special edition social media campaign featuring stories from our young alumni, customers, employees and leaders. Follow us on social media!
- Children-Led Projects, our K2 students create Reggio projects for the Learning Festival. See their amazing work!
- The Learning Festival, a fun and educational event for young children aged 2 to 6 years old, parents, early childhood educators and students, and jobseekers too! Explore five different learning zones, where you can complete hands-on activities, collect stamps, and win prizes. Parents and children can team up to learn and have fun together!
Come join the fun at our Preschool Learning Festival!
Where: Lifelong Learning Institute, 11 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408601, Exhibition Hall 1 & 2, Level 1
When: Saturday, 7 October 2023, 10 am - 4 pm
Who’s it for: Young children (2 – 6 years old), parents, early childhood educators and students, and jobseekers
How much: FREE Admission to the event, booth activities and workshop, too!
Buy Coupon: Each coupon entitles to 1 x Goodie Bag, 1 x Booth Passport, 1 x Snack, and 1 x Drink. No purchase limit.
Our K2 students are hard at work on their Reggio projects for the upcoming Learning Festival. Come see their amazing creations and learn about their learning journey!
Bring your young children to explore the world of photography in a fun and interactive way! They'll learn about different materials and camera optics, and how to use them to create their own unique photos. They'll also have the chance to experiment with different techniques and subjects, and learn about the history of photography. This is a great way for kids to develop their creativity and imagination, and learn about the world around them.
Simple explorations of light can lead to more complex ones. Children can begin to realise that light can change and create shadows by using loose parts materials. This provides them with interesting and inspiring opportunities to explore light.
In this activity, your child will learn about the many different properties of paper. Through hands-on activities, your child will learn about how paper is made, how it can be manipulated, and how it can be used to create art and design.
Secrets of Paper is a great way for your child to learn about science, art, and design. It is also a fun and engaging way for them to develop their creativity and problem-solving skills.
For a sensorial and educational experience, visit the EdilGarden! Your child can use their five senses to explore flowers, fruit, leaves, seeds, and dirt. They'll learn about the different sizes, textures, and shapes of plants, and they'll also learn about responsibility as they help to grow the plants. Plus, they'll get to taste the fruits of their labour (literally!) as they enjoy the fresh, healthy food that they've grown. It's a win-win for everyone!
Beebots and Dash are programmable robots that help kids learn 21st century skills like problem-solving, creativity, and critical thinking. Find out how you can help your child learn and engage in critical thinking in a fun and engaging way
How can we make maths more engaging and fun for children? Visit this booth to find out how your children can learn maths skills and concepts through games and hands-on activities
If you wish to introduce plants, waste minimisation and dengue prevention to your child, visit this booth! Your child can plant seeds in recycled bottles and take home their own plant pot. This is a fun and educational way to teach them about upcycling and the importance of plants
Does your preschooler love music? It's no surprise! Music is a fun and engaging way for young children to learn and grow. Visit this booth to learn how music can help your child develop their cognitive, emotional, social, and creative skills. We'll also have some fun activities for your child to enjoy.
Your preschooler will love expressing their feelings through art in our Creative Arts booth! Our experienced teachers will guide them as they create masterpieces using a variety of materials. They'll take home their finished pieces too!
Check out the Speech & Drama booth! Your child can engage in speech and drama activities using the costumes, props, and puppets provided. A video of our children engaged in Speech & Drama activities will be playing on loop to inspire them. Let them be imaginative and expand their communication skills.
Making friends is easy for many children. However, even young children may find it challenging to form friendships due to the complex social rules and expectations.
This workshop on respectful relationships in the early years has been designed to help children develop respectful, inclusive relationships, build friendships, and value others.
Cardiac arrest victims often collapse in the presence of someone they know but most do not receive adequate help until the ambulance arrives.
By then, it may be too late.
Learn life-saving skills with us in the Dispatcher-Assisted first REsponder (DARE) programme. Register today!
This workshop is for early childhood professionals and will focus on developing educators' skills in planning and implementing effective motor skills development into daily activities and lessons in preschool. Through group discussions, brainstorming sessions, and resources and examples, participants will share strategies and ideas for creating engaging and exciting learning opportunities for the children in their care.
Come visit our merchandise booth at the Learning Festival, where you can explore a fantastic selection of books and educational materials. Marshall Cavendish will be featuring the captivating "What Ants Do" series by Minister Sun Xueling, while Big Tree will have an array of educational resources for you to discover. Don't miss out on the opportunity to explore these offerings at our booth during the Learning Festival!
There is no purchase limit.
Each coupon can redeem only one goodie bag.
Each goodie bag contains:
- A children’s storybook by Ms. Sun Xueling, Singapore’s Minister of State for Home Affairs and Social and Family Development.
- Popcorn or cotton candy
- A packet drink
- A booth stamp passport
Each goodie bag is worth more than $10.
Strictly no eating and drinking are allowed inside the Exhibition Hall 1 & 2.
Yes, registration is required to attend any of the event workshops. To register, click here.
The maximum number of participants per workshop is as follows:
Workshops for Parent & Child
- Respectful Relationships KidPower Workshop (Max. 100 pax)
- DARE to Save a Heart by UPEC (Max. 100 pax)
Workshops for Educators
- Groove to Move (Max. 30 pax)
- Respectful Relationships KidPower (Max. 40 pax)
No, there is no minimum number of participants required to commence the workshop.
Participants can cancel their workshop booking through email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please enter "Request to Cancel Worksop Booking" on the email subject.
Please submit any event-related questions via the online form here.