Parent-Child Workshop at Mother Tongue Language Symposium 2016
Join Ang Ku Kueh Girl in exploring local food heritage at the Mother Tongue Language Symposium (MTLS) 2016 on Saturday, 20 August 2016!
We will be conducting two sessions of Parent-Child workshop where both parent and child will have lots of fun during our puppet story-telling and hands-on session!
Do note that slots are on a first-come-first serve basis, so 'chop' a spot while slots last! Registration is available on MTLS website.
[ T I M E ]
Session 1: 1.30pm - 2.30pm
Session 2: 3:00pm - 4:00pm
[ V E N U E ]
Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Center, Room 308
1 Raffles Boulevard
Jointly Organised by:
Exploring Local Food Heritage with Ang Ku Kueh Girl
It's our honour and privilege to be invited by Thumbs Up Little Junior, the pre-school publication of Lianhe Zaobao to conduct two sessions of Parent-Child workshop. which is open to K1 and K2 children who will pair up with one of their parents.
The session will combine story-telling, with a basic introduction to our local food heritage and hands-on paper-crafting. Stories will be told through paper craft puppets in a handmade theatre. The “Ang Ku Kueh Girl” mascot will also appear during the workshop. Parents are encouraged to introduce these local foods to their children after the session. Children are also encouraged to continue their own story-telling at home with their own paper puppets.
About MTLS 2016
The Mother Tongue Languages Symposium (MTLS) 2016 is an annual event co-organised by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Mother Tongue Language Learning and Promotion Committees (MTLLPC), with the support from Early Childhood Development Agency, Chinese Language and Culture Fund, the Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism, Bicultural Taskforce, Singapore Press Holdings and National Library Board.
The Symposium comprises exhibitions, performances, sharing sessions/workshops and the sale of learning resources. It showcases schools' continual efforts and success stories in designing innovative programmes and using creative teaching to engage students with their Mother Tongue and to promote each Mother Tongue as a living and culturally dynamic language. The Symposium also features the community's efforts to generate a supportive environment for the learning and use of our Mother Tongue languages.
More information available on MTLS 2016 website!