Instead of snipping paper, these pupils at Nanyang Primary School are snipping stems and leaves during art class.
Each lesson, the primary four and five pupils are given a set of blooms and some simple instructions on how to arrange flowers.
"My favourite part about floral arts is that I don't have to follow instructions like other subjects. I can do whatever design I want to," said 11-year-old Alexander Tsai.
The classes were first offered as optional enrichment classes in 2002 but the classes proved so popular that they became part of the arts curriculum in 2009.