Bilingualism and a love for reading are great gifts that we can each give our children. The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC), which promotes quality Asian literary content, is fast approaching with their exciting yearly event. This May, the AFCC invites you and your children to partake in their diverse range of fun workshops, conferences, master classes and free public events.
Here are our favourites from the programme…The Parents Forum is jam-packed full of enriching talks about why nurturing early learning and bilingualism is so important and what we can do to foster it in our households. From lessons on engaging storytelling to teaching reading and writing using motor skills, there’s something there for everyone. If your kids are aged 6-12, feel free to bring them along too for some creative activities. Sunday 26th May, 10am – 5pm Cost: $100
Celebrate and learn more about Malaysian culture with live performances and Malay cuisine! There will be a special performance by Sekolah Seni Johor of “The Proud Butterfly and the Strange Tree” as well as a pavilion dedicated to Children and Young Adult books from Malaysia.Monday 27th May Cost: FREE (registration is needed)
Storybook Theatre– Prince Bear and Pauper Bear
The Learning Connections’ troupe of actors bring storytelling to life with their travelling Storybook Theatre. With the use of performing arts, the Theatre encourages children to participate in an effort to ignite their passion for reading.The Learning Connections Saturday 25th May, 12.30pm – 1 pm Cost: FREE afcc.com.sg