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Calling out to all parents with pre-school children!
Acquire parenting skills and enjoy family time together right in the heart of town!
Date: 1 September 2012 (Sat)
Time: 3.00pm – 6.00pm (Registration starts at 2.30pm)
Venue: *SCAPE Warehouse
Parenting Seminar: Raising Positive Kids by Mr Simon Sim
Raising a child may not be a walk in the park but it is a journey that can be fulfilling and rewarding. Join our speaker, Mr Simon Sim, for an engaging and insightful talk on how to manage your child’s early growing years and lay the foundation for a happy and confident child.
About the speaker: Popular Family Life Coach and author of “The Family CEO”, Simon Sim is passionate about helping others build stronger relationships with their families. He has enthralled thousands with his humorous yet honest insights about life, love, marriage and parenting. Happily married to Bee Chin for more than 30 years, he is the proud father of 3 well-adjusted, happy, healthy, cooperative and responsible young adults.
Children’s Programme: Dance & Movement Workshop (for 4-7 years old only)
While mums and dads attend the parenting seminar, let your child build self-confidence and make new friends through song and dance,
Family Activity: Fun with Scavenger Hunt
Continue the fun as you explore nooks and crannies with your child in this family activity. Discover more about each other while you complete the different activities as a team.
$15 per adult
Free admission for the 1st accompanying child per adult and $5 for every subsequent child
** Price inclusive of light refreshments and goodie bag. Registration terms and conditions apply.
Places are filling up fast! Register now at www.peps-event.sg now!
This event is brought to you by the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS), under the Parent Education in Pre-School (PEPS) programme.