Bright from the Start
Victoria Playpark offers three infant and toddler playgroup programmes that harness play-based learning to nurture children’s whole person development. Our programmes are play-based, comprising storytelling, language learning, multisensory play, fine and gross motor development and music and art classes, with the goals of fostering children’s communication skills (I CAN SPEAK), inquiry skills (I CAN EXPLORE) and empathy (I CAN FEEL, AND I CARE). We ask parents/caregivers to attend each session, as the partnership between parents/caregivers and teachers creates a vital support network that nurtures children’s development.
Infants will develop concepts about themselves, their immediate surroundings and the people around them through partaking in a variety of play-based activities. Sensory stimulation is particularly emphasized in this programme. Infants will explore a range of materials, textures, sounds and smells using their five senses. Our teachers will also offer important parenting tips and suggestions which can be incorporated into parent-child activities at home.
Toddlers will be introduced to theme-based activities that take place in our six learning stations. Through these activities, children will learn to associate a particular theme with specific objects, people, and events, enabling them to form connections. Our programme will encourage toddlers to learn skills beneficial for this age group through play-based activities such as symbolic role play using different objects (e.g. pretending a box is a house to enhance imaginary skills), gross motor skills (e.g. moving with ease from crawling to standing to walking) and fine motor skills (e.g. grasping, threading, and pressing). Our teachers will continue to offer essential parenting tips and suggestions which can be incorporated into parent-child activities at home.
Big Kids will be introduced to more advanced theme-based activities in our six learning stations. Besides learning to make connections amongst objects, people and events, children will be guided to use language to describe these connections, and to express their ideas and feelings during the learning activities. To prepare children for a smooth transition into prenursery or kindergarten education, a particular emphasis will be given to children’s self-care, emotional regulation and social skills. In the area of social skills, children will be encouraged not only to play alongside one another (parallel play) but also to play with one another (early forms of collaborative play). Our teachers will continue to offer essential parenting tips and suggestions which can be incorporated into parent-child activities at home.
Summer Fun Adventures
July 27 – August 15, 2020
8-12 month Infants will explore the world around them with a variety of materials, textures, sounds and smells…
1-2 year old Toddlers will be introduced to theme-based activities to challenge their skill sets!
2-3 year old Big Kids will be encouraged to independently explore activities with confidence!
Stay Cool and Join us for “Summer Fun Adventures”!
Calling all infants, toddlers and big kids to become:
Little Artists: Get creative and crafty decorating shells, summer t-shirts and more…..
Little Explorers: Explore the sand, bubble and ocean foam and all things related to the beach and sea!
Little Movers: Enhance fine and gross motor skills while learning about different sea animals!
Little Groovers: Rock N Roll Disco fever — dancing and singing to summer tunes galore…
And much more…
Sunday and Public Holiday Parent-Child Activities at
Victoria Playpark K11 MUSEA Campus holds PlayTime sessions on Sundays and public holidays. This special 40-minute activity for children aged 1-5 years old (accompanied by an adult) features arts and crafts and play time in the special park area.