Our kindergarten has embarked in the Start Small Dream Big (SSDB) Project again this year! With a twist in this project led by the Mother Tongue Teachers, all children from Nursery 1 (N1) to Kindergarten 2 (K2) will get the opportunity to be apart of the fun and interesting project that will involve some cultural elements too!
The children will engage in a series of activities to learn more about the value of ‘Respecting and accepting diversity, understanding people with disabilities’ as they express themselves in their Mother Tongue Languages through books, videos and cultural games.
In preparation for the launch party, children from all levels worked together as a team to prepare the slogan for the banner, as well as involving their parents to create handprints which will be a part of our SSDB banner decorations!
Colouring Activity for the SSDB Banner
These are some photos of our children diligently colouring the wordings for the banner!
Disability is nothing when people see ability!
The Mother Tongue Teachers shared two inspiring videos to the children about people with disabilities and a video about a guide dog named ‘Pip’. Our children showed a sense of empathy towards people with abilities and even applaud them for being strong and courageous to get through their days!
Parent-Child Activity : Diversity of Hands
Parents are actively involved in creating colourful and creative handprints that portrays ‘Diversity of Hands’. These are some of the fun-loving photos of children and parents in action from home!