Infant care in Singapore: Art helps babies develop better language skills at this centre

Infants playing with childcare workers at the My First Skool at Block 997 Buangkok Crescent, on Dec 14, 2021. ST PHOTO: THADDEUS ANG
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SINGAPORE - At first glance, My First Skool (MFS) at Block 997 Buangkok Crescent looks like most other infant-care centres.

There is a wide range of activities around the perimeter of the main space, leaving plenty of room in the centre for little ones to crawl, cruise and walk freely under supervision. Younger babies have their own dedicated area.

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