Chinese Theatre Holiday Camp – 爱丽丝梦游记！假期戏剧营
The November holidays are approaching once again! Apple Pie Language will be conducting a Chinese Theatre Holiday Camp open to all children from Nursery 1 to Kindergarten 2.
The Holiday Camp takes place over 5 days;
19th Nov 2012 (Monday) to 23rd Nov 2012 (Friday), 9.30am – 12.30pm
Your child will be part of the Mini-Performance on the final day, 23rd Nov 2012 (Friday) from 12pm-12.30pm, all parents are invited to come and join in the fun!
If you have any queries, please call us at 6766 9820. Let’s learn Chinese the fun way!
Please download the enrollment form here -> http://www.applepie.com.sg/Newton-Nov-2012-Holiday-Camp-Enrolment-Form.doc
Contributed by Ms. KIM-CHUA (MA. In Educational Studies University Of York, UK)
Freelance theatre critic, Arts Educator and Educational Services Consultant
Staged by Apple Pie Language
Performed by Apple Pie Language teachers and Apple Pie Language Child Talents
Written and Directed by Ms. Ai Jia Qi
Performed at NTUC Business Centre Auditorium
13.09.2012 (9.30 am//11.30am//2.30pm)
14.09.2012 (9.30 am//11.30am//2.30pm//8.00pm)
Duration 90 minutes (with no intermission)
Performed in Mandarin with English subtitlesRead More
Letting your children go away for a short period of time to holiday programs can often be difficult. You are most likely severely attached to them and you may find yourself experiencing separation anxiety upon them leaving your home. The true reality is, holiday programs provide a brilliant learning curve and experience for your children. They will get to experience a new and unique way of learning, and will thoroughly enjoy themselves through the whole course. Because they will usually be paired alongside other young children, they will be able to socialize and build their own self-confidence through meeting new friends and taking part in activities. While you probably already know that holiday programs are beneficial, it’s still hard to let them go and not see them for potentially weeks. Some of the best benefits to letting your children go away for a holiday program are listed below.
- Your children will be able to meet and socialize with other children of their age. They will develop self-confidence and will begin to respect themselves. They will learn that all humans are equal and that everybody deserves a chance.
- Your children may begin developing better social skills, and other skills such as creativity depending on the type of program they enroll on. If you sign them up to a holiday program which focuses on teaching them sports for example, then will more often than not come back home with great abilities in their favorite sports.
- Your children will learn to gain independence and not be so reliant on you as parents. While your children will usually gain completely independence at the age of 18, it’s always a benefit to let them experience it and get used to it at an early age.
You should always check the individual holiday program’s details and course information to see which one your child will enjoy the most.Read More