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Back to Basics Kids Camp

Back to Basics Kids Camp

Regular price $150.00 Sale

This special June holiday program for kids aims to detach them from their usual gadgets and reconnect them with nature. Through hands-on and literary sessions covering a wide variety of topics all led by nature, our little participants will also be reminded about the important values of: 
  • self-love
  • gratitude
  • respect
  • patience
  • independence
  • positive approach to challenges
  • resilience 
Facilitated by our Founder, Cynthea, this camp is fun-filled and full of learning opportunities. We encourage children to be fully expressive and celebrate every child's unique personality as we believe there is no right or wrong in their learning paces or capabilities.

We aim to provide a safe and nurturing environment to encourage free creativity, expression and most importantly, be themselves. 

You have the option of registering your child for either day of this 2-day camp or sign up for both days and get a discount.

Day 1: 19 June 2018 (Tuesday)

Little Super Farmers
Our little participants will learn about urban farming and see how food is grown. They will learn about the various methods of propagation, making compost and harvesting. Every child gets to bring home a growing project. 


Hands-on Farm-to-Table Lunch
This is a useful life skill all kids should have. Participants will make their own lunch with their harvested produce, and learn about how vegetable scraps are never wasted, because all parts of the plant can either be eaten or composted. 

Tie-Dye Furoshiki
A gift that keeps on giving is one that is used to wrap a gift. Our little participants will get to tie-dye their very own Furoshiki (Japanese Wrapping Cloth) using vegetable and fruit dyes. They will learn how a Furoshiki is used traditionally instead of using disposable wrapping paper. 

Fun Haikus 
Creative writing can take the shape of easy, non-intimidating formats that have no right or wrong. This class aims to unleash the hidden talents of children who may have lower confidence in forming ideas and expressing them. 


Day 2: 20 June 2018 (Wednesday)

Paper Making
Paper is precious, and used ones can be recycled into new paper. Our participants will learn to make paper from scratch in this hands-on class, before framing it up to bring home! 

Hands-on Farm-to-Table Lunch
This is a useful life skill all kids should have. Participants will make their own lunch with their harvested produce, and learn about how vegetable scraps are never wasted, because all parts of the plant can either be eaten or composted. 

Tea-Harvesting, Blending & Making
What traditionally was tea time, is now gadget time, and we're reversing that! Our participants will learn to create their own non-caffeinated tea blends with fresh herbs from our farm, and experience the ritual of a tea ceremony which traditionally teaches simplicity, naturalism, accepts imperfection and humility.

Gratitude Story-telling
As we come to the end of the camp, we want to encourage kids to remember what they've learnt. Our engaging story-telling session that features all our participants as characters within the story reiterates the skills and values they've learnt throughout the camp. With this, we conclude the camp with much gratitude and positivity. 
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Dates: 19 June 2018 (Tuesday) & 20 June 2018 (Wednesday) 
Time: 10am to 5pm daily 
Food & Beverages: Lunch and Afternoon Tea would be served daily. Water is available throughout the session. 
Recommended Ages: 7 - 12 years old
Venue: HOUSE by Super Farmers (406 Joo Chiat Place, The Yards, #01-23, Singapore 428084)

We welcome the participation of one parent per child participation. This would be an excellent parent-child bonding opportunity. 

//This is a day-camp, participants are not required to stay overnight.
//Parents are advised to drop off their kids and pick them up after the camp ends each day at 5pm.
//We will remain contactable throughout the camp, and we're keeping this group small so that our minder:child ratio will be kept low.