Two workshops each month for children between 6 and 12 years of age
BEducation will be guiding children in using recycled materials to make their own toys. The purpose of this workshop is to help children build awareness on environmental protection and inspire actions they can proactively take in their daily lives to make our world a better place.
The purpose of this workshop series is to teach children about the environment through interesting themes. Utilizing stories, in-depth discussions, project-based learning, and other methods, these workshops will guide children in becoming more aware of environmental issues, while also training their critical thinking, teamwork, communication, and problem solving abilities.
Please note that each participant will need to sign up for both sessions of each workshop they select. They will not be able to sign up for just 1 week. To qualify for the Exhibition Day on August 28th, each participant must complete both sessions of either the “Ball Catching Toy” or “The Cap Animal” workshop. During the Exhibition Day, participants will have a chance to display their own creations and share their newfound knowledge on environmental issues with their parents and the public.
Note: The images provided are for reference only. All toys crafted will vary according to the creativity of each participant.