Top 5 Worth-It Enrichment Classes for Toddlers in Singapore

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Chinese Culture Appreciation

Astrophysicist Carl Sagan once famously uttered:

“You have to know the past to understand the present.”

In that respect, cultural programmes are meant to give children a better grasp of who they are and where their families come from. Multifaceted activities can help a preschooler sharpen his or her second language capabilities, and endow him or her with additional skills like calligraphy along the way.

Culture appreciation classes develop within its participants a love for the arts, as well as a love for his or her own culture, through fun activities like pottery and painting, while his or her young mind is gradually making sense of the world. If your preschooler struggles with his or her mother tongue, a culture appreciation class might just be the most enjoyable solution. For instance, in MindChamps Chinese PreSchool, Chinese Culture Appreciation is a core programme where preschoolers gain an insight into China’s rich history and culture during lessons, and enjoy hands-on activities such as the clay modelling, Chinese painting and calligraphy.

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