My Singapore - Ichiban Montessori
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My Singapore

Children are naturally curious about their surroundings and the world that they live in. At Ichiban Montessori, we believe that children should begin their exploration in learning about themselves before progressing into their immediate environment. With that, we moved on to the topic of “My Singapore” in this week’s learning experience.

For the toddlers, they were engaged in constructing the Singapore Flyers.

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The structure of Singapore Flyer made by our toddlers.

Feb (21)They also painted the iconic structure of Merlion, after learning about it in class.

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The children were taught about the four different races in Singapore and their traditional costumes as well.


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Not forgetting about the founder of modern Singapore, the children also get to learn about Sir Stamford Raffles in this experience.

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In addition, the older children get to learn about Singapore local food. They were thrilled in the process of making the food models with their peers and teachers. Great work!

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The older children were able to build a collage of various places of interest together, through collaborative team work with their peers too.

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