Fun Ways your Child can Learn about the World through Art

hands full of coloured powder

Fun Ways your Child can Learn about the World through Art

hands full of colored powder

Fun Ways your Child can Learn about the World through Art

Exploring art with around-the-world cultures, traditions and festivals

Our earth is a vessel for never-ending knowledge. The more we travel, the more we get to understand and appreciate the world around us with its various countries, cultures and traditions. At C&O, we care about education and diversity, but most importantly, bonding those two in order to help you raise global kids. With current travel restrictions in place, our summer camp kids still had the opportunity to explore, learn and experience activities around the world with maps and passports to accompany, nonetheless! Take your child on a worldly adventure with art!


SUMMER CAMP RECAP: FESTIVALS AROUND THE WORLD


Carp-scapade

‘Koinobori’ carp-streamer kites represent all the goodness around us. Kites shaped like a carp fish are hung outside homes on Children’s Day in Japan. Considered as the most spirited fish, full of power and energy to fight its way through water rapids, the carp stands for strength, courage and perseverance through adversity which is cultivated in Japanese children. Let your child create their fluttering carp streamers and pin them up on a windy day to appreciate the colours, movement and the symbolism.

Rangoli Richness

Rangolis are symmetrical patterned art masterpieces used to decorate the entry to homes during festivities in India. They’re made from rice flour, grains, chalk, sugar or sand that are dipped in rich colours of paint or food colouring. With a combination of dots, lines and flower designs, incorporated with nature (lotus flowers and mango leaves) and geometric patterns, these floor art are particularly popular. There are even Rangoli stencils to help your child fill in the patterns easily. Go ahead, let them create their art, and you can hang it up or display it at the entrance of your homes! 

Piñata + Sombrero Soiree 

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A little outside time to sneak in that Vitamin D and some candy! Our kids learned about Piñatas--a game played in Mexico at children’s birthday parties where the blindfolded children hit the Pinata (made from paper mache) with a stick to unleash the treats (usually candy!) that fall to the ground once it breaks.

We added in Sombrero art, where they experienced decorating their own high-crowned hats with wide brims, worn mostly in Mexico at fiestas or for an extra layer of sun protection!

Matryoshka Merrymaking

preschool girl dabbing pain onto matryoshka paper doll printout

You know those beautiful wooden Russian dolls you see sitting in antique stores? Our C&O kids learned the depiction of the matryoshka dolls, also known as the nesting dolls in the Russian culture. It represents a woman who is a mother dressed in a Russian traditional dress with a scarf on her head. The doll opens up to reveal another in decreasing sizes, representing motherhood, fertility and family. Try creating beautiful paper dolls in various sizes, and show your child how they all stack comfortably under a bigger doll, almost as a protective figure. 

hands full of colored powder

Fun Ways your Child can Learn about the World through Art

Exploring art with around-the-world cultures, traditions and festivals

Our earth is a vessel for never-ending knowledge. The more we travel, the more we get to understand and appreciate the world around us with its various countries, cultures and traditions. At C&O, we care about education and diversity, but most importantly, bonding those two in order to help you raise global kids. With current travel restrictions in place, our summer camp kids still had the opportunity to explore, learn and experience activities around the world with maps and passports to accompany, nonetheless! Take your child on a worldly adventure with art!


SUMMER CAMP RECAP: FESTIVALS AROUND THE WORLD


Carp-scapade

‘Koinobori’ carp-streamer kites represent all the goodness around us. Kites shaped like a carp fish are hung outside homes on Children’s Day in Japan. Considered as the most spirited fish, full of power and energy to fight its way through water rapids, the carp stands for strength, courage and perseverance through adversity which is cultivated in Japanese children. Let your child create their fluttering carp streamers and pin them up on a windy day to appreciate the colours, movement and the symbolism.

Rangoli Richness

Rangolis are symmetrical patterned art masterpieces used to decorate the entry to homes during festivities in India. They’re made from rice flour, grains, chalk, sugar or sand that are dipped in rich colours of paint or food colouring. With a combination of dots, lines and flower designs, incorporated with nature (lotus flowers and mango leaves) and geometric patterns, these floor art are particularly popular. There are even Rangoli stencils to help your child fill in the patterns easily. Go ahead, let them create their art, and you can hang it up or display it at the entrance of your homes! 

Piñata + Sombrero Soiree 

kids hitting piñata outdoors

A little outside time to sneak in that Vitamin D and some candy! Our kids learned about Piñatas--a game played in Mexico at children’s birthday parties where the blindfolded children hit the Pinata (made from paper mache) with a stick to unleash the treats (usually candy!) that fall to the ground once it breaks.

We added in Sombrero art, where they experienced decorating their own high-crowned hats with wide brims, worn mostly in Mexico at fiestas or for an extra layer of sun protection!

Matryoshka Merrymaking

preschool girl dabbing pain onto matryoshka paper doll printout

You know those beautiful wooden Russian dolls you see sitting in antique stores? Our C&O kids learned the depiction of the matryoshka dolls, also known as the nesting dolls in the Russian culture. It represents a woman who is a mother dressed in a Russian traditional dress with a scarf on her head. The doll opens up to reveal another in decreasing sizes, representing motherhood, fertility and family. Try creating beautiful paper dolls in various sizes, and show your child how they all stack comfortably under a bigger doll, almost as a protective figure. 

hands full of colored powder

Fun Ways your Child can Learn about the World through Art

Exploring art with around-the-world cultures, traditions and festivals

Our earth is a vessel for never-ending knowledge. The more we travel, the more we get to understand and appreciate the world around us with its various countries, cultures and traditions. At C&O, we care about education and diversity, but most importantly, bonding those two in order to help you raise global kids. With current travel restrictions in place, our summer camp kids still had the opportunity to explore, learn and experience activities around the world with maps and passports to accompany, nonetheless! Take your child on a worldly adventure with art!


SUMMER CAMP RECAP: FESTIVALS AROUND THE WORLD


Carp-scapade

‘Koinobori’ carp-streamer kites represent all the goodness around us. Kites shaped like a carp fish are hung outside homes on Children’s Day in Japan. Considered as the most spirited fish, full of power and energy to fight its way through water rapids, the carp stands for strength, courage and perseverance through adversity which is cultivated in Japanese children. Let your child create their fluttering carp streamers and pin them up on a windy day to appreciate the colours, movement and the symbolism.

Rangoli Richness

Rangolis are symmetrical patterned art masterpieces used to decorate the entry to homes during festivities in India. They’re made from rice flour, grains, chalk, sugar or sand that are dipped in rich colours of paint or food colouring. With a combination of dots, lines and flower designs, incorporated with nature (lotus flowers and mango leaves) and geometric patterns, these floor art are particularly popular. There are even Rangoli stencils to help your child fill in the patterns easily. Go ahead, let them create their art, and you can hang it up or display it at the entrance of your homes! 

Piñata + Sombrero Soiree 

kids hitting piñata outdoors

A little outside time to sneak in that Vitamin D and some candy! Our kids learned about Piñatas--a game played in Mexico at children’s birthday parties where the blindfolded children hit the Pinata (made from paper mache) with a stick to unleash the treats (usually candy!) that fall to the ground once it breaks.

We added in Sombrero art, where they experienced decorating their own high-crowned hats with wide brims, worn mostly in Mexico at fiestas or for an extra layer of sun protection!

Matryoshka Merrymaking

preschool girl dabbing pain onto matryoshka paper doll printout

You know those beautiful wooden Russian dolls you see sitting in antique stores? Our C&O kids learned the depiction of the matryoshka dolls, also known as the nesting dolls in the Russian culture. It represents a woman who is a mother dressed in a Russian traditional dress with a scarf on her head. The doll opens up to reveal another in decreasing sizes, representing motherhood, fertility and family. Try creating beautiful paper dolls in various sizes, and show your child how they all stack comfortably under a bigger doll, almost as a protective figure. 

hands full of colored powder

Fun Ways your Child can Learn about the World through Art

Exploring art with around-the-world cultures, traditions and festivals

Our earth is a vessel for never-ending knowledge. The more we travel, the more we get to understand and appreciate the world around us with its various countries, cultures and traditions. At C&O, we care about education and diversity, but most importantly, bonding those two in order to help you raise global kids. With current travel restrictions in place, our summer camp kids still had the opportunity to explore, learn and experience activities around the world with maps and passports to accompany, nonetheless! Take your child on a worldly adventure with art!


SUMMER CAMP RECAP: FESTIVALS AROUND THE WORLD


Carp-scapade

‘Koinobori’ carp-streamer kites represent all the goodness around us. Kites shaped like a carp fish are hung outside homes on Children’s Day in Japan. Considered as the most spirited fish, full of power and energy to fight its way through water rapids, the carp stands for strength, courage and perseverance through adversity which is cultivated in Japanese children. Let your child create their fluttering carp streamers and pin them up on a windy day to appreciate the colours, movement and the symbolism.

Rangoli Richness

Rangolis are symmetrical patterned art masterpieces used to decorate the entry to homes during festivities in India. They’re made from rice flour, grains, chalk, sugar or sand that are dipped in rich colours of paint or food colouring. With a combination of dots, lines and flower designs, incorporated with nature (lotus flowers and mango leaves) and geometric patterns, these floor art are particularly popular. There are even Rangoli stencils to help your child fill in the patterns easily. Go ahead, let them create their art, and you can hang it up or display it at the entrance of your homes! 

Piñata + Sombrero Soiree 

kids hitting piñata outdoors

A little outside time to sneak in that Vitamin D and some candy! Our kids learned about Piñatas--a game played in Mexico at children’s birthday parties where the blindfolded children hit the Pinata (made from paper mache) with a stick to unleash the treats (usually candy!) that fall to the ground once it breaks.

We added in Sombrero art, where they experienced decorating their own high-crowned hats with wide brims, worn mostly in Mexico at fiestas or for an extra layer of sun protection!

Matryoshka Merrymaking

preschool girl dabbing pain onto matryoshka paper doll printout

You know those beautiful wooden Russian dolls you see sitting in antique stores? Our C&O kids learned the depiction of the matryoshka dolls, also known as the nesting dolls in the Russian culture. It represents a woman who is a mother dressed in a Russian traditional dress with a scarf on her head. The doll opens up to reveal another in decreasing sizes, representing motherhood, fertility and family. Try creating beautiful paper dolls in various sizes, and show your child how they all stack comfortably under a bigger doll, almost as a protective figure. 



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Location

45 Burghley Drive
#01-02/03
Singapore 559022

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday
8AM to 4PM
Friday 8AM to 1PM

Contact Us

+65 6287 2322
info@chickyolive.com
chickyolive@gmail.com

Stay Connected

Location

45 Burghley Drive
#01-02/03
Singapore 559022

Contact Us

+65 6287 2322
info@chickyolive.com
chickyolive@gmail.com

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday
8AM to 4PM
Friday 8AM to 1PM

Stay Connected