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Thank You for Making our Open House a Huge Success!

16 August

We had our first ever Open House on the 23rd July (UE Square branch) and 30th July (Serene Centre and King’s Arcade branches) – and it was a blast!! Thank you for coming in, participating in our activities and showing your support for BibiNogs! We had so much fun getting to know you and your children! See you at our classes soon.

It was a busy day at BibiNogs UE Square!

It was a busy day at BibiNogs UE Square!

An exhibition of BibiNogs' children's artwork

An exhibition of BibiNogs’ children’s artwork

Children immersed in engaging cognitive games

Children immersed in engaging cognitive games

The event was more than an Open House - it was an educational cultural trail for all children!

The event was more than an Open House – it was an educational cultural trail for all children!

Our happy teachers in their cultural/traditional set-ups

Our happy teachers in their cultural/traditional set-ups

Parents and children sampling our fun parent-accompanied class

Parents and children sampling our fun parent-accompanied class

Learning can be fun and engaging - for both children and parents alike!

Learning can be fun and engaging – for both children and parents alike!

Traditional Chinese art is fun and easy to make by blowing and stamping

Traditional Chinese art is fun and easy to make by blowing and stamping

Let's get our minds working through various cognitive games

Let’s get our minds working through various cognitive games

Making traditional food together is fun and "full-filling"

Making traditional food together is fun and “full-filling”

Playing the traditional game, Congkak, in its original form and in modified preschool-level version

Playing the traditional game, Congkak, in its original form and in modified preschool-level version

Children having a go at traditional games

Children having a go at traditional games

Our multi-cultural teachers having fun at the Open House!

Our multi-cultural teachers having fun at the Open House!

BibiNogs Captivated Over 70 Children (and Parents) at Cool De Sac!

02 June

On Saturday, May 28th, Bibinogs presented 6 English and Mandarin trial classes at Cool De Sac, one of Singapore’s largest indoor playground.  This event was organised by Serious About Preschool. Over 70 children and parents/caregivers attended the classes, and had a bash!

Here are some photos from our English sessions:

BibiNogs' English teachers engaged children (and parents alike)

Animated BibiNogs’ English teachers engaged children (and parents alike)

Through dramatisation and games, BibiNogs teachers captivated the attention of the group

Through dramatisation and games, BibiNogs teachers captivated the attention of the group

BibiNogs teachers worked on children's bodies and hearts (not just their minds)!

BibiNogs teachers worked on children’s bodies and hearts (not just their minds)!

The hands-on craft activity extended children's learning

The hands-on craft activity extended children’s learning.

 

Here are some photos from our Mandarin sessions:

It's fun Mandarin time!

It’s fun Mandarin time! What are the teachers up to?

Children learned Mandarin through dramatisation and sensory exploration.

Children learned Mandarin through dramatisation and sensory exploration.

Learning through movement is the best kind of learning for kids!

Learning Mandarin through movement is the best kind of learning for kids!

BibiNogs' Mandarin teachers engaged children and parents with exploration and hands-on craft activities

BibiNogs’ Mandarin teachers engaged children and parents with exploration and hands-on craft activities.

 

Blog Mention: BibiNogs’ SG50 Celebration by Aiwei Allan

06 August

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Image credits: Aiwei Allan

We are pleased to share a blog post by our BibiNogs parent, Aiwei Allen, on how our school celebrated the momentous SG50 National Day event together as a community, as a big happy family.

2015 is the year that Singapore celebrates her golden jubilee and we were so glad that BibiNogs organized a celebratory picnic for the children and their families. And with the inscription of Singapore Botanic Gardens as a UNESCO World Heritage Site this year, the venue of the national birthday celebration couldn’t be more appropriate.
Theo surrounded by orchid flowers, which could be found throughout SBG

I was looking forward to the school celebration as I love seeing Theo and Mia engage with their teachers and friends, and it’s also a great opportunity for me to meet with the parents of Theo and Mia’s schoolmates and the teachers/staff at BibiNogs.

It was a themed, fun-filled picnic session of quizzes about Singapore in both English and Mandarin languages, watching the children run around the open spaces (the Bougainvillea and Bamboo park was the perfect location since it was plenty huge to accommodate the active children) with their friends and interacting with the teachers/staff and parents as well…..

To read the full article, click here.