Activities & Fun
Music and Movement
Our nursery ensures a balance of quiet and active times to meet young children’s shorter attention spans and their desire to move. Music and movement activities are usually provided after snack time to physically develop children’s sensitivity and creativity, social and communication skills. We provide a range of instruments to create our unique music and movement activities, such as dancing with ribbon rings and moving egg shakers with lovely music and songs.
Cooking classes instill a love in kids for healthy eating and provides them with extra fun, as they engage in various foodie activities such as preparing snacks, making dough, mixing ingredients. Little culinarians can express their most ambitious cooking ideas and eat what they have prepared later. Cooking is not just fun, but a great way for kids to create their own healthy recipes and broaden their culinary horizons. Our nursery also design cooking classes for some special festivals, for example, making dumplings at the Chinese New Year, which helps to improve children’s knowledge about different cultures and the world around them.
Farm and Animal
Whether it is a dog, a cat or a little fish in a bowl, kids enjoy companionship of various animals. Caring for pets is a source of emotional development for children, as they build self-confidence and learn empathy and compassion. Pets can also provide kids with a kind of practice in social development, while they have fun and play together. When taking a pet into the family is not a good decision, interaction with them during extracurricular activities is a nice way to grow up a caring and thoughtful child.
Kids love gardening, as it opens up plenty of opportunities to explore by doing. Children enjoy digging and playing in dirt. There is no better way to help children learn about the world of plants and animals as well as the environment, then by providing them with their own garden space. Kids experience satisfaction and sustain interest as they watch seeds they have planted sprout – and at the same time learn about the great cycle of life. Through gardening, they also learn to be respectful of the environment and take care of all living things in nature.