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Da little Preschool by the Park

• Nestled among the greenery •

Da Little Preschool By-The-Park is the perfect preschool to learn your ABC’s under the trees. Going to preschool is like a walk in the park, especially when we are situated right next to a UNESCO Heritage site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Here at Da Little Preschool By-The-Park, children are encouraged to play, explore and learn in a natural outdoor environment. This purpose built natural environment is extremely scarce in the concrete jungle that we live in. Hence we like to term ourselves as somewhat a nature preschool “without a ceiling or walls”, where teachers and children spend their time as close to nature as possible. Enrollment for infants and preschoolers are open now.
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Da Little Preschool By-The-Park

Play, Explore and Learn

Nestled among the greenery, children at Da Little Preschool By-The-Park are encouraged to play, explore and learn in a natural outdoor environment. This purpose built natural environment is extremely scarce in the concrete jungle that we live in. Hence we like to term ourselves as somewhat a nature preschool “without a ceiling or walls”, where teachers and children spend their time as close to nature as possible. The space and materials in our classrooms are carefully chosen to facilitate and encourage various play variations.  Space is allocated for interest areas that are fitted to reflect the children’s interests. General guidelines are shared with teachers on setting up the learning centres and its materials. Open-ended materials — materials that can be used in a variety of ways, such as blocks in all sizes, art materials, and fabric pieces and recycled materials, such as shells, rocks, used containers, egg cartons etc are just some of the “raw materials” for play. This is aligned to our green initiatives and teachers are encouraged and given time to plan these centres using recyclable and common household items. Such knowledge is also shared with families as these ideas could be similarly practised at home.