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Easter is a Christian celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is the oldest Christian tradition, and it is also considered the most important date on the Christian calendar. Eggs are also associated with Easter since they are a symbol of fertility and rebirth, linking them with springtime and with the celebration of the resurrection. For this year’s Easter craft, our student decorated their very own Easter egg glasses! Easter is celebrated in different ways around the world! How did you and your family celebrated yours?


Lunar New Year is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunar calendar. In the Chinese culture and East Asian countries, the festival is commonly referred to as the Spring Festival, China’s most important festival. There will be different zodiac signs representing each year. This year will be the year of Ox. Every animal has its own character and personality. Oxes are known for it honest nature, diligence, dependability, strength and determination. Share with us which zodiac sign are you and what did you do during this year’s Chinese New Year!


Ho Ho Ho its Christmas! Are you feeling the vibe yet? Because our students definitely do! Christmas is a Christian holiday that refers to the birth of Jesus, and a cultural holiday for non-Christians. Christmas is celebrated all over the world. The traditions are different from country to country, but they nearly always include a feast, giving gifts or cards, and enjoying church or public festivities such as singing Christmas carols, and songs. For this year’s Christmas craft, our students get to choose to do either our beloved Rudolph the Reindeer or Mr Santa Clause! 


Mid Autumn Festival:

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a festival celebrated notably by the Chinese and Asian people. The festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar with a full moon at night, corresponding to mid-September to early October of the Gregorian calendar. Mooncakes are typically eaten during this festival. It is a rich pastry typically with sweet-bean or lotus-seed paste.

In modern celebration, it is still an occasion for outdoor reunions among friends and relatives to eat mooncakes and watch the moon, a symbol of harmony and unity.

Today, it is still an occasion for outdoor reunions among friends and relatives to eat mooncakes and watch the moon, a symbol of harmony and unity. 


National Day Craft:

In commemoration of National Day, we did one of the early playgrounds designed by the Housing and Development Board. Toa Payoh’s Dragon Playground! It is one of the two remaining playgrounds with this dragon design in Singapore. Two smaller playgrounds with dragon designs can be found also in Braddell and Macpherson. Have you seen it? Comment down if you have seen it! This craft is to let the students remember that this 40 year old dragon playground still exists! Let’s see their artwork!

JULY 2020

Hari Raya Haji:

Hari Raya Haji, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, commemorates Prophet Ibrahim’s complete faith and trust in God. This recounted in the story of God commanding Ibrahim to sacrifice his son, Ismail, a commandment that Ibrahim responded to with obedience. God stopped him, and provided him with a sheep to substitute as a sacrifice, instead of his son.

This act reminds worshippers of willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to offer up even his own flesh and blood to God. The animal is then cleaned and the meat carved up and distributed to worshippers and the needy. This week our students made Ketupats (a Malay traditional dish) using strips of papers for their Hari Raya Haji crafts! They also drew batik designs to decorate the alternating squares using markers! Let’s see their artworks!

Mother's Day Workshop:

"There is no role in life that is more essential than that of a motherhood" - Elder M. Russell Ballard 

Mother's Day is a celebration honouring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds and the influence of mother's in society. 

Chen Xu and Esther Lam attended our Mother's day workshop this month. We hope you guys enjoyed our session as much as we do! 

JUNE 2020

“A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society.” – Billy Graham

Father’s Day is a day of honouring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. In America, Father’s Day was founded by a lady named, Sanora Smart Dodd and celebrated on the third Sunday of June for the first time in 1910. This week our students made a badge for their dads because they are our true heroes!


Gong Xi Fa Cai! Chinese New Year (or generally referred to as Lunar New Year globally) is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on traditional Chinese calendar. The festival is usually referred to as the Spring Festival in mainland China and is one several Lunar New Years in Asia. This year we celebrate the year of Rat! In Chinese culture, rats are seen as clever, quick thinkers; successful but content with living a quiet and peaceful life. Here are some pictures of our students with their CNY craft using water colour technique!


Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.


Deepavali, is also known as the Festival of Lights. This festival is celebrated by Hindus all around the world. Marking the victory of good over evil and light over darkness, many Hindus spring-clean their homes as the festival approaches. On the festival’s eve, they light up little lamps in the doorway of their homes.


This September, we learn how to make lanterns to celebrate the Mid Autumn Festival!  The Mid-Autumn Festival is an East Asian and Southeast Asian harvest festival celebrated notably by the Chinese and Vietnamese people.


This National Day, we commemorated Singapore's birthday by doing a special craft -- a keychain! The children were allowed to choose from 4 iconic buildings in Singapore and were given a cut out of their choice. Then, they coloured it with bright colours and applied a layer of black paint on it! Lastly, when the paint dried, they used the scraping technique to scrape on some designs.

JUNE 2019

This Father's day craft, we create a 3D glasses using lantern plastic film, paper and decorated with oil pastel. Our students have so much fun creating this unique glasses, from monochrome to rainbow and even neon colours! These are some of their colourful works.

Keep a lookout for our previous works by our students in our gallery!

MAY 2019

Happy Mother's Day to all! For this special event, our students made their very own gift card to give their mum! Using oil pastels, markers and paint to decorate their cards and writing special messages to thank their mother for all their effort and love. Here are their beautiful gift cards.

APRIL 2019

Easter Day is also known as the resurrection Sunday, a holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Easter Sunday is also viewed as the day of new birth, therefore, the festival focused on fertility, and utilized the egg and the rabbit as symbols of the celebration. The students coloured a rabbit which is then folded and glued to be made into a hand puppet.


To celebrate the beginning of a new year according to the traditional chinese calendar, our students will be making house decoration using oil pastel or markers to decorate papers to create wall hangings and fire crackers. Here are some of their works.


To celebrate the time of the year, the birth of Jesus Christ. The students coloured and made a mask of their favourite Christmas legendary figures like Santa or Christmas fairy tale characters like Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer and Santa's elves using paper plates and cut-out hats. These are their festive crafts.


To celebrate the Hindu Festival of lights, we prepared a simple rangoli design for the students to colour and decorate with coloured salt. And here are some of their works.


Our students celebrated the Mid Autumn festival with lantern craft. They used paper plate, coloured lantern paper and decorated with oil pastel, coloured pencil and markers. These are some of their wonderful lanterns. A bright moon and stars twinkle and shine. Wishing you a merry Mid-Autumn Festival, bliss and happiness.


We are celebrating Singapore's 53th Birthday with craft! Our students created their original designs with Paints, Oil Pastels, Markers & Merli the merlion! These are some of their works.

JUNE 2018

Happy Father's Day to all the fathers! Our students made a special gift for their fathers. They made a key chain, each of them is unique as they drew the features of their fathers with personalized messages for their fathers! Here are some of them.

MAY 2018

Mother's day is coming! Our students made a special gift for their mothers. They made a door hanger, each of them has a heart shaped flip card with personalized drawings and messages for their mothers! Here are some of them.

MARCH 2018

Happy Advance Easter Day Everyone! 

Look at our students cute bunny craft! This time, our students recycled the eggs carton and transformed it into a bunny! Look what is inside the bunny mouth!



Our students made an oriental Chinese fan for this Chinese New Year. They painted and decorated the fan with their creativity! 


“Merry Christmas!!”

Our students use their creative idea to design a Christmas stocking. Some student said that they want to give their parents as a gift use it as a decoration for their room. . They find that it is fun to design their own unique Christmas stocking!


We all have our own ideal dream house. For this October’s handicraft, our students used their creativity to design their dream houses. Students get to add some fences, signs around the house too! There were many interesting dream houses that were created like Halloween house, robot house, candy house, hello kitty house and so on.

September 2017

It's Mid-Autumn Festival time in the month of October. Our students made their Mid Autumn's decoration "The Jade Rabbit". They used their creativity to make the design and pattern for their lanterns & rabbits. Apart from that, our teachers also shared with them the story about “The Jade Rabbit” with its noble and benevolent character.

April 2017

Emoticon Bookmarks Which emoji would you use to describe your child’s mood most of the time? This April, our students made these handy bookmarks in the shape of popular emoticons. Emoticons, or Emojis, are now an integral part of expressing different emotions and tone in texting and social media use. We hope our students would put these fun and cute bookmarks to good use! One of our enterprising students even made a money-faced one! Ka-Ching!

March 2017

This month we introduced an interesting hands-on activity for the students. Students were to create a present box clip handicraft with paper, wooden clip and colour pencil. This activity also taught students a new way to present love and gratitude for their loved ones.

With all earnestness, they all designed their ready-made “gift box” and drew a surprise present they intended to give for their loved ones. Hope this little act of kindness brings joy to your loved ones, Kids!