[Contest] Is your child on Santa’s Nice List?
Christmas is where magic happens. Stockings get filled, and presents appear under the Christmas trees. But oh no! The elves lost Santa’s Naughty or Nice list! So how will Santa know who deserves a present this year? Will all the nice children go without a present this year?
In order to safeguard the happiness of the children and keep the Christmas spirit up, Mulberry Learning has decided to jump in and save Christmas! So if you would like to help Santa out and save Christmas too, share with us from 1 December – 16 December on why your child should be on his Nice List, and what your child wishes for this Christmas!
As Santa’s helper, not only will Mulberry Learning make sure that Santa gets the list, we will also personally make sure that the nicest child will find exactly what he/she wished for underneath the Christmas tree.
Participate in 3 easy steps!
*Winner will be notified via mode of submission (Email / Facebook message) by 18 December 2018.
*By submitting, you understand that Mulberry Learning has the rights to use the images in any of its publication, website, Facebook, Instagram and/or any promotional material related to the Contest.
About Mulberry Learning
Mulberry Learning Centre was started with the dream of creating well-rounded children with imaginative young minds, positive attitudes and strength of character.
Over the years, our unique pedagogy has touched the lives of many children and parents. We are recognized for our vibrant Reggio-inspired learning spaces, comprehensive bilingual programmes, holistic development outcomes,and strengths in character development via Habits of Mind.
We have won awards like the Best of the Best Preschool Awards 2015, and we are the first ever preschool network in the world to be certified by The Institute for Habits of Mind from the USA.
What is the “Habits of Mind”?
Habits of Mind is about knowing how to behave intelligently and respond effectively to uncertainty or dilemmas. It provides children of all ages a framework for autonomous learning, critical thinking and effective inquiry. The framework was developed by Dr Arthur Costa, Emeritus Professor of Education at California State University, Sacramento, and Co-Director of the Institute for Intelligent Behavior in El Dorado Hills, California.