Put on your cap, bring along your binoculars and join us to explore the vast bio-diversity through our Eco-Warrior Program!
Learn about Singapore’s own unique Eco-System and appreciate our nature and learn the values of being socially responsible.
Participate in interesting activities while learning and having fun together ! Choose to join on all 3 trips to save or you may choose to join a one-day excursion. Parents are welcomed and encouraged so you can learn and bond with your darlings!
3 Days Program Outline:
Wednesday 11 December 2019 – Coney Island Rustic Exploration (15.30 – 19.30)
Do you know what Singapore is doing in terms of conservation efforts? Do you know we have a park that is self-sustaining through use of solar panels?
With interesting biodiversity such as the fascinating leaves of the casuarina trees, fish poison-trees, sea hibiscus and many more, come join us in learning about the unique habitat of Coney Island
The kids will also get to design a conservation poster to tell their friends about conserving the environment and the amazing biodiversity that we are protecting!
Thursday 12 December 2019 – Sungei Buloh Mangrove Exploration (09.00 – 13.45)
Visit the Mangrove forest of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserves, where your kids will get up close to the biodiversity of the animals and plants of the Mangrove ecosystem!
Observe and learn about how these Mangrove trees are well adapted in the salty water conditions and play a huge importance in the ecosystem. Children will also get to see animals such as mudskippers, monitor lizards, tree climbing crabs, kingfishers, crocodiles and other amazing mangrove inhabitants!
Kids will have hands-on learning with our artefacts handling activity, where they will get up close interaction with artefacts specimens such as hawksbill turtle, horseshoe crab moult, snakes moult and many more!
Friday 13 December 2019 – Changi Intertidal Walk (15.00 to 19.30)
Join us for a hands-on interactive experience with the marine intertidal animals of the Changi sandy shore!
Learn about hermit crabs, sea cucumbers, swimmer crabs, sand dollars and many other amazing animals, and how they are adapted to survive the harsh intertidal environment and make the sandy shore their home!
Children will also contribute to conserving the marine environment through International Coastal Clean-Up Singapore (ICCS) beach clean-up activity. Not only do we get rid of pollution, but important data recorded will be given to NUS for research purposes!
*All start and end locations will be in The Polliwogs @ Suntec City.
*Enjoy free play @ The Polliwogs before and after program.