The Nanwai King’s Kindergarten Extravaganza told the story of ‘winter around the world’ and celebrated the differences and similarities between us all. During the performance, as well as during practice and preparation, children learned about each others’ customs and cultures.
They made and collected their own costumes, and used their imaginations to explore how they could represent a star, a snowflake and a snowman, as well as a person from one of the many countries they visited on their learning journey. Their creativity and inspirations drove them in their endeavours, while the performance treated the audience to a little bit of kindergarten imagination. It was magical!
At NKCS, we all want our children to have huge dreams, which start with a tiny bit of imagination.