What happens in PlayClub?
Creative art and craft
Fine motor skills are developed and senses are stimulated through engaging hands-on art and craft activities as children discover new channels of expressing themselves.
Stories, speech and language games, puppet shows
Such fun and creative avenues allow children to build the foundations for speaking and thinking in Mandarin while naturally stimulating their interest in the language.
Music and rhythmic work, movement games
Children learn to appreciate and enjoy the sounds, melody and rhythm of language and foster their confidence in expressing themselves freely through music, movement and dance.
Free and imaginative play
Children develop gross motor skills, problem solving skills, confidence, independence and social skills when they are engaged in natural play.
During snack time, children practise taking turns and learn to interact socially with their peers while being exposed to healthy eating habits. They are introduced to names of food, textures and tastes.
Chinese character recognition activities
Through highly interactive activities, children acquire pre-writing, pre-reading and pre-number skills in a fun, stimulating manner.