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Sat, 02 Jul



Parent's Workshop: Freedom of Expression and how to encourage it through movement, dance, and actions.

We are finally able to RESUME in-person parent's workshops! Join us at our workshop designed for parents to understand how freedom of expression can allow children to develop unique identities, and how you can encourage them to express themselves confidently everyday of their lives. See you there!

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Parent's Workshop: Freedom of  Expression and how to encourage it through movement, dance, and actions.

Time & Location

02 Jul 2022, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm SGT

Singapore, 45 Jln Mata Ayer, Singapore 759130

About The Event

At this workshop, we will discuss the importance of a child's "freedom of expression".

What does this mean? What does it imply? How does it affect children? How should we encourage it? Have we seen our children manage to do it?

Freedom of expression is more than just the conveyance of thought and words. It is also a conveyance of ideas through our daily actions and behaviour. It could also be dramatically expressed into art, music, and/or dance. Humans who have mastered the freedom of expression typically possess great confidence, control of movement, and coordination in the mediums where they choose to express themselves.

This Saturday, we will be inviting Mr Yeong Wei, Greentree Montessori's very own dance and movement teacher for the past 5 years to guide you on these discussions. At the workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn to move and discover your own body in the process. You will also be able to find out what your child has been doing during their dance lessons at Greentree Montessori. Most importantly, you will be able to learn strategies you can apply immediately at home with your own children.

To set the tone of the workshop, we would like to share this quote from Yeong Wei:

“A child needs your presence, and not just receive your validation.

A child needs to build their own experience, and not just receive education.

A child needs to be heard, and not just to be told.”


As this is a in-person event, Covid-19 safe measures will apply. Please ensure that you are not a close contact of any Covid-19 persons within 7 days of your attendance at this workshop. No ART testing is required. However, we will still be doing a temperature screening before the event and there will be a limit to the number of participants we will accept.

This event is specifically designed only for parents.

Please arrange for alternative care for your children should you wish to join this workshop. Children will not be allowed entry to the school for the duration of the workshop due to Covid-19 safe management measures.

Attire: Comfortable top and pants with covered shoes. For ladies, skirts are not recommended as there will be some exercises on the ground.

This event is open to the public and is free of charge.

Should you wish to attend this workshop, kindly register for a ticket now!

See you there!

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