In this exciting workshop by Singapore Repertory Theatre, parents and teachers will be able to learn and apply effective arts-based literacy activities from Wolf Trap Institute Early Learning Through the Arts.
Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts — the flagship education program of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts—supports more than 75,000 children and early childhood educators across the United States and around the world.
Wolf Trap Institute’s professional development empowers infant, toddler, preschool, and kindergarten teachers to integrate the performing arts into their classrooms. For more than 35 years, Wolf Trap has worked with early childhood educators to provide the training and tools they need to use the arts to teach and inspire.
Recommended for: Early childhood educators and parents with children from 3 to 10 years old.
Only 10 spaces available per workshop!
- Explore and discover physical movement
- Adopt innovative child-centred activities
- Practice vocal and rhythm exercises
- Develop parent-child communication
Date & Time:
27 July 2019, Saturday
2pm - 2.30pm: maximum capacity of 10 pax
2.30pm - 3pm: maximum capacity of 10 pax
3.30pm - 4pm: maximum capacity of 10 pax
4pm - 4.30pm: maximum capacity of 10 pax
Edison Lab (Editing Room) @ Science Centre Singapore
Speaker: Ms Regina Silva / Kimberly Arriola
Company: Singapore Repertory Theatre (Company)
Affiliation: Wolf Trap Institute
Founded in 1993, Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) is one of the leading English language theatre producers and presenters in Asia. In addition to its repertoire of original musicals like Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress, the company has produced a number of critically acclaimed plays that include ART, The Pillowman and God of Carnage.
SRT is also very active in the local community with a Learning & Engagement programme that benefits thousands of students, teachers and children and which underpins a substantial investment in audience and talent development for the wider industry in Singapore.