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The Little Skool-House Early Literacy Centre
With the belief that literacy is more than just reading and writing, The Little Skool-House launches its first Early Literacy Centre (ELC) in conjunction with the opening of its 17th centre at Downtown East. Carefully designed by the team of Early Childhood Education Specialists from LSH, the ELC provides an innovative platform for children, families, and educators to exchange, network and incubate new ideas and thoughts in the area of early literacy. With 6 interactive zones designed for children up to 8 years old, they can freely explore and express their creativity while being exposed to various aspects of literacy development. In addition, the ELC will offer regular workshops conducted in collaboration by well-acclaimed early literacy authors, artists and establishments, that can lend an interesting interpretation to literacy experiences. Located conveniently within The Little Skool-House At-Downtown-East, the ELC is your platform to discover the wonders of the languages and literacy with your little ones.
Register to join us for a fun and meaningful literacy experience with your child!
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ELC Theme - Sept to Dec 2017
This season, join us at the Early Literacy Centre to experience Makers’ Faire, where we will be focusing on creating letters with different media of art! Crayons, chalk, yarn and cardboard, what can we do with them to form letters and make meaning with them? Come and explore with us and conceptualise a Museum of Letters together!
Bring home a take-home kit to continue with your exploration and create wonders with the materials provided! Join us on 30 September 2017 from 10.30am to 11am for a story-telling session and create your craft thereafter!
Spearheaded and conceptualised by our Centre Principal, Ms. Felicia Yan and ELC Facilitator, Ms. Goh Wenxuan, join us and experience how we look at conventional letters through unconventional lenses and work on them through your imagination!