Venue Phone: +603-4149 7977
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70-2, 2nd Floor, Platinum Walk Taman Danau Kota Setapak 53300 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Event Phone: +603-4149 7977
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|Drum Circle Performance||10am & 12pm||Corridor|
|BEST Cafe||10am-3pm||Floortime Room|
|Take Away Counter||10am-3pm||Floortime Corridor|
|YAY sandwich and fishball stall||10am-3pm||Training Hall|
|Blessings Dip and Gift Exchange Counter||10am-3pm||Corridor|
|Parenting Talks||10am-3pm||ACE Room|
|10:30am||Chua Yee Nard (Joanne)||Physiotherapy for Children|
|11:15am||Koh Li Li @ Little Sun Kiddyland Care Center||Primitive Reflexes|
|12:00pm||Ronald Simon @ Centre for Coaching & Mentoring||Parents as Coaches|
|12:45pm||Phoebe Long||7 Learning Steps|
|1:30pm||Chua Yee Nard (Joanne)||Physiotherapy for Children|
|2:15pm||Ronald Simon @ Centre for Coaching & Mentoring||Parents as Coaches|
Please Contact Reynalsh @ 010-2499711 for further information.
Our children are practicing for their drum circles
Some exciting games like 1. DDakji, 2. Madagascar video game, 3. Trap me Not! 4. Speed Challenge, 5. Minions Bomb,
Bouncing Balls Colouir Pocket, are waiting for you…
Ddakji, sometimes called ttakji, is a traditional South Korean game played using folded paper tiles. It is similar to the American game of Pogs that was popular in the 1990s, but there is no “slammer” piece involved in the gameplay. All you need to play are the folded origami ddakji tiles.
Korean ddakji is a great activity to keep children entertained. Folding the tiles helps them learn basic origami techniques and work on fine motor skills. Playing with friends encourages them to work on social skills like sharing, taking turns, and graciously handling winning or losing the game.