Exploring and crafting their day away
Nur Syahiidah Zainal
Published on Jun 23, 2014 6:17 PM
SINGAPORE - Sixty intrepid explorers discovered stories about Singapore's maritime past and took a walk with the dinosaurs on the first day of the inaugural The Straits Times Young Storymakers' Camp on Monday.
Throughout their learning journey, they shot photographs of the replica of the Fort Canning Lighthouse, the Waterboat House and dinosaur skeletons and fossils, which were used in a scrapbooking session with craft expert Papermarket.
The colourful pages they created went into their own copies of the brand new STep: My Year In The News, the latest learning resource from The Straits Times Schools team, which is behind the award-winning Little Red Dot weekly magazine.
The scrapbook binder is filled with fun current affairs activities, stickers, embellishments and word bank cards.
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