Not only that it is fun to ride on the rocking horse and having fun on the grass, it also helps to develop the gross motor skil. It also has many sensory benefits for your little friends!!
Giddy-up, let’s go faster horsey!!
On 7 December 2020, our BibiNogs teachers attended a professional development session conducted by Ms Brenda Yeow, a veteran in science education and a school leader in MOE for 43 years. The session was organised as part of our Teachers’ Training Day to upgrade our teachers’ pedagogical skills. The teachers learnt about inquiry-based learning with hands-on activities and planning of inquiry-based lessons to enable students to understand better the content of the lessons they are working on.
Want to find out what we can do when our little ones are glued onto the screen and mobile devices? Register now to get tips and insights from media and child development experts at the parenting seminar on Raising Media-Wise Children in the Digital Age!
· Find the right balance between screen time and your child’s development
· Discover the dangers of leaving a child unattended with mobile devices
· Find out how you can use media and technology to support your child’s learning
Admission is free but seats are limited. Register now! Each participant will receive a goodie bag, including a limited edition Beanstalk height chart! To register, visit bit.ly/mediawise.
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