Be a Young Toy Maker (Till 31 Oct 2017)

Travel back in time on this learning journey to the 1950s and 1960s! A short tour of the gallery will offer students insight on the recreational activities of a child growing up in Singapore at the time.

They will be introduced to traditional toys and games that were popular then. Students will also enjoy an interactive role-playing experience featuring drama and storytelling elements. As imagined employees of a toy manufacturing company, they will learn about the value of money and the concept of buying and selling.

 

Type
Gallery Tour and Workshop
Sessions
Tue, Wed, Thu
Duration
1.5hr
Kindergarten 1 & 2 (5 - 6 yo)
$12
Prmary 1 & 2 (7 - 8 yo)
$14
Capacity
Min. 25 Max 40

Curriculum Relevance: Discovery of the World, Motor Skills Development, Numeracy, Social and Emotional Development, Social Studies, History

This workshop is conducted by Amazing Arts Shuttle.

Download booking form. Find out more about school programmes booking.

Here's what our participants have to say about us!

“The hands-on activities seemed to be a favourite for the class. The boogie dance was a good way to end the museum trip. Good job! Content was interesting. Craft and dance engaged students.”
– Townsville Primary School

“I think that my K2 class was engaged during the session, and they enjoyed it.”
– Ms Lois, My First Skool@Beach Road

Be a Young Fashionista (Till 31 Oct 2017)

n this fun and engaging workshop, students will experience the fashion and lifestyle of the 1920s and 1930s, and learn how globalisation influenced and impacted Singaporeans in a memorable way. After a short gallery tour to introduce the fashion and lifestyle of the time and highlight how fashion in Singapore was influenced by the West, students will be given a chance to relive one of Singapore’s favourite leisure activities in the past – dancing!

 

Type
Gallery Tour and Workshop
Sessions
Tue, Wed, Thu
Duration
1.5hr
Kindergarten 1 & 2 (5 - 6 yo)
$12
Prmary 1 & 2 (7 - 8 yo)
$14
Capacity
Min. 25 Max 40

Curriculum Relevance: Discovery of the World, Motor Skills Development, Numeracy, Social and Emotional Development, Social Studies, History

This workshop is conducted by Amazing Arts Shuttle.

Download booking form. Find out more about school programmes booking.

Here's what our participants have to say about us!

“It is good for kids to know about games and toys from the past.”
– Eton House International School (Thomson)

“It was good exposure for the children. It felt like we were travelling down memory lane.”
– Mrs Cham, Holy Grace Kindergarten

“The workshop was very well planned. I appreciated how the facilitator split the class into two groups for optimal quality. I was impressed and I'm sure the children enjoyed themselves.”
– Ms Yana, The Little Skool House International (On-The-Green)

“The programme was very engaging and interactive. I observed that the children truly enjoyed the workshop, even the adults too. The games introduced were also manageable for the children. There was definitely a lot of hands-on experience that allowed the children to stay engaged.”
– PCF Sparkletots Preschool @ Nee Soon East Blk 312

Be a Young Explorer (Till 31 Oct 2017)

Get up close and personal with nature in this interactive workshop! Students will role-play as one of William Farquhar’s commissioned ecologists from the 1800s. Through this immersive learning process, students can explore and learn about Singapore’s ecosystem and how people benefited from and used certain native plants in the past. At the end of the workshop, students will gain a deeper understanding of Singapore’s native fruit and flowers and their importance to our history and culture.

Enjoy a complimentary visit to the museum's new immersive art installation, Story of the Forest by teamLab at the end of the workshop.

 

Type
Gallery Tour and Workshop
Sessions
Tue, Wed, Thu
Duration
1.5hr
Kindergarten 1 & 2 (5 - 6 yo)
$12
Prmary 1 & 2 (7 - 8 yo)
$14
Capacity
Min. 25 Max 40

Curriculum Relevance: Discovery of the World, Motor Skills Development, Numeracy, Social and Emotional Development, Social Studies, History

This workshop is conducted by Amazing Arts Shuttle.

Download booking form. Find out more about school programmes booking.

Here's what our participants have to say about us!

“The session was very good and interesting.”
– Mr Frederick Gan (Parent volunteer), Xinmin Primary School

“The hands-on activities are good. The pupils get to smell and touch the plants and other related objects.”
– Mrs Chia Soo Ying, Xinmin Primary School

Tales of Old Singapore: An Interactive Tour (Till 31 Dec 2017)

Find out more about Singapore’s rich history through exciting tales from the past! On this interactive tour, students will learn more about Singapore’s early days through storytelling, role-play and experiential learning. They will hear stories about the lives of our forefathers in Singapore and discover objects that were used at the time. After the tour, students will also participate in hands-on educational workshops inspired by the tour and objects from the museum collection for a multi-disciplinary, holistic and reflective learning experience.

 

Type
Gallery Tour and Workshop
Sessions
Tue, Wed, Thu
Duration
2hrs
Primary 1 - 6 (7 - 12 yo)
$12
Capacity
Min. 25 Max 40

Curriculum Relevance: Discovery of the World, Motor Skills Development, Numeracy, Social and Emotional Development, Social Studies, History

This workshop is conducted by Art Loft.

Download booking form here.

Here's what our participants have to say about us!

Having the characters share stories about their lives in the 1900s was a good way to engage the students. Thank you for the patience and effort from all facilitators.”
– Townsville Primary School

“The session was informative and interactive. The facilitators were able to engage the students and help them understand the history of Singapore.”
– Ms Priscilla Carmel, Townsville Primary School

“The tour had a very interesting concept of time travel and facilitators role-playing as characters living in the past.”
– Ms Hafizah, Townsville Primary School

“The role-play by the coolie and Ah Mah was good; the use of imagination to go back in time made it fun for the children. There was a right number of students per group.”
–Ms Jennifer Ong, Townsville Primary School

“It was a very comprehensive session for the kids. Excellent facilitators! Very good and friendly service provided by the museum!”
– Ms Divya Maidhely Kallimuthu, Marlborough College Malaysia

“Good job to all facilitators! They were very knowledgeable and able to engage the young minds!”
Ms Irnny Irianny Chuma'ing, Lianhua Primary School

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