Yesterday morning, I had an interesting experience at the Ecogarden. I had gone to the garden to take a photograph of the unripe rambutans on the rambutan tree, and chanced upon groups of pre-schoolers going around to learn about plants and animals, as part of the Young Learners’ Festival, Colour My World. I had always wanted to sit in one of those Ecogarden classes for students, so I grabbed the chance. 🙂

Zhi Yan, our Science Educator, sharing with the pre-schoolers on animals
Zhi Yan, our Science Educator, sharing with the pre-schoolers on animals
Inviting a little boy to touch the earthworm!
Inviting a little boy to touch the earthworm!
Boy looking at the Assam Tree that Zhi Yan introduced earlier
Boy looking at the Assam Tree that Zhi Yan introduced earlier

The Young Learners’ Festival, Colour My World is not just about the living things that we can find in a garden though. There is also a section on bubbles, lights and an entertaining Science Show on colours! The festival is opened to members of public from 4 – 6 October (10am – 5pm) at Science Centre Singapore, with each activity priced at $2. Come by with your family and have a great time this weekend!

Posted by:Goh Kiat Teng

Kiat Teng is a staff of the Science Centre Singapore, Business Development Department. She believes in living life to the fullest, and always look forward to learning new things and gaining new experiences.

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