Get excited because now’s your chance to check out CIS’ New Kindergarten Wing! Sign up for free family-friendly activities plus check out the instructional bakery, mud kitchen, indoor swimming pool and more!
Parents and kiddos, the Canadian International School’s (CIS) new kindergarten wing at the Lakeside campus opens in January 2023 and you’re invited to check it out at the upcoming Enchanted Garden Party on Saturday 25 February! Learning spaces, both indoors and out, have been designed to stimulate curiosity and support their renowned inquiry and play-based approach. With lots of natural light-filled classrooms and collaborative spaces that connect to the outdoors and a brand new Outdoor Discovery Centre, this state-of-the-art space will see children aged 2 to 6 years exploring the world around them as they develop the skills essential to future success.
CIS’ Enchanted Garden Party: 9am- 12pm, Saturday 25 February 2023
If you would like to learn more about CIS’s approach in those fundamental kindergarten years (plus get a sneak peek at the new facilities that include an instructional bakery, a junior library, an indoor swimming pool, a junior gym, and much more) then join the team for an Enchanted Garden Party between 9am and 12 noon on Saturday 25 February at their Lakeside campus. You and your kiddos will get a chance to have lots of hands-on fun with a range of exciting educationally designed activities, all led by CIS teachers.
Let’s take a look at what to expect at the upcoming Enchanted Garden Party:
1. Get active as you work your way through Charlie the Caterpillar’s Obstacle Course.
Learn about CIS’ PE programme and how gross motor skills are developed through some engaging and fun activities. You will quickly see why CIS students are encouraged to be active as they play lots of fun games like ‘king of the hill’ and ‘hide and seek’ in the Outdoor Discovery Centre. Children can also use the tunnels as a place to withdraw for quiet reflection.
2. See math in action at Betty the Butterfly’s Mud Kitchen.
The mud kitchen is a messy and unique place that allows children to go barefoot and experience what it feels like to have mud between their toes. Discover why this is a great place for children to experiment and learn about math concepts such as pouring, measuring and capacity.
3. Learn about sustainability as you pot your very own herbs at Gertie Grasshopper’s Eco Garden.
Through this hands-on activity, children will better understand the concept of sustainability and the life cycle of plants. CIS’ eco-garden also provides students with opportunities to work with local experts and learn about the importance of food choices as they produce edible produce for themselves and the community beyond the school.
And there is more!
Participate in a host of other family-friendly activities, from experimenting with food dye and an ice sculpture, enjoying children’s stories retold in multiple languages, to crafting your own insect crown in our air-conditioned glass arts pod.
You’ll also chat with CIS teachers and tour their new space that has more facilities for all students. That includes an instructional bakery, a junior library, an indoor swimming pool, a junior gym, and much more!
All the deets: CIS’ free Enchanted Garden Party
Where: CIS Lakeside Campus
When: Saturday 25 February, 9am-12pm.
How much: Free! Secure your spot here.
Canadian International School, Lakeside Campus, 7 Jurong West Street 41, Singapore 649414, Tel: (+65) 6467 1732, www.cis.edu.sg