On 20 July, our centre celebrated Racial Harmony Week. Our K1 and K2 children made agar-agar; a Malay dessert, virtually via Zoom. Parents were invited to watch the cooking session.
After the cooking session, children were invited to bring home the agar-agar to share with their family.
Lovely pictures sent by parents
A post card was brought home for family members to write their Racial Harmony Day wishes and/or eating experiences. They are displayed outside of the classroom.
Back in the classroom, our children did a show and tell about their experience of cooking for their family.
K2 children sharing their experience
K1 children sharing their experience
Post cards written by families and decorated by children
Overall, it was a meaningful experience for both children and parents! Children had a fun time cooking and packing the agar-agar.