Learning outside the classroom: Making the best use of urban spaces for pre-schoolers

Children during their daily outdoor time at Children's Cove Pre-School. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE – Not every pre-school has the luxury of vast green spaces, but there are ways to take advantage of urban surroundings so that children are not cooped up indoors the whole day, says Mr Muhammad Kamit.

The 38-year-old co-founder of Let’s Learn Outside, a consultancy that specialises in outdoor experiences for children, wants to help educators make this happen.

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