Storytime Preschool provides a warm, caring environment for our students to learn and grow. Since we are a child-centered community, everything here is designed with our young learners in mind. One of our facilities is our huge shaded bicycle track for children. This outdoor area is well shaded with natural light as well as shade cloth. When the children ride the bicycles, teachers are close by to ensure safety, educational guidance and fun. We have more than a dozen bicycles and tricycles, suitable for ages 1.5 to 6 years old.
Another shaded area is our playground. We have swings, sliders, play structures, a cubby house, a large sandpit and much more. Our grounds are well cared for and are made of synthetic grass. Daily morning assemblies are held in our garden and every class has a recess time to play and use the facilities we offer.
Our school events – Halloween party, Christmas Show, International and Sports Days are all held here in our big garden. Sometimes, we celebrate birthday parties in the garden too, as there is ample space for games like musical chairs and other fun activities.
BAMBI is a project of The Childbirth and Breastfeeding Foundation of Thailand. They hold weekly Bumps & Babies meeting at Storytime Preschool. Bumps & Babies is a support group for women who are pregnant or have recently given birth. We invite professional medical doctors, nurse, midwife and doula to hold regular talks about a particular topic related to pregnancy, breastfeeding or child health.
Storytime is also the home to the Bambi Library, which includes a significant collection of books covering pregnancy, childbirth, baby care and parenting. All Bambi members and non members may borrow books from the library.
Bumps & Babies meetings are held every Wednesday from 9.30 – 11.30am. A shuttle is available to drop you off at Nana BTS after the meeting. The coordinator is Ms Emma Lawrence and she can be contacted at email@example.com. If you are a medical qualified practitioner and would like to share your knowledge and experience you are most welcome.
Drama play allows children to adopt a favourite character to express creative emotions. It is actually an extension of natural make believe, through which they learn to experience and handle their own feelings.
At Storytime Preschool, we have a wide variety of costumes for children to explore. Drama play is part of our curriculum and the children visit the drama play area at least once or twice every week. Some of their favorites are are the doctor, princess, fireman and astronaut costumes. We also have lots of shoes, hats and accessories available. Drama play is always a fun and happy activity especially when the teacher introduces a theme, followed by a story.
Every alternate Friday, Storytime Preschool holds a fun and exciting activity with CUKI Tots ( Can U Kick It). Every class from Nursery to Kindergarten 3 participates in this fun sport and football program.
The children always look forward to an enjoyable afternoon especially when the mascot Nelly the Elephant comes to visit.
Storytime Preschool finds this activity very important as it teaches the children to interact in a positive team environment, encourages the development of hand-eye coordination, and increases self esteem and energy. The coach is very professional and the program is thoroughly thought through using different approaches with colors , numbers and educational equipment.
Every child participates. Running, catching, jumping and throwing are some of the exercise they do.
On the 2nd Saturday of every month, BAMBI holds a Daddy Playgroup at Storytime Preschool Bangkok.
Come join us from 10am – 12noon and enjoy cool outdoor play, water activities, sand play and bicycling. Storytime has a big shaded garden with lots of equipment for kids to enjoy. Indoor areas with soft and safe toys available.
We usually attract an international group of families. Snacks are served for children and coffee for adults. The school has plenty of room to accommodate everyone, so just come along. Please check the BAMBI website for updates.
How to get there:
85 Soi Samaharn, Sukhumvit Soi 4, Bangkok / Nana BTS and then an easy 15 minute walk.
For more information, call 081-646-4535.
Tips on how to find out your child’s learning style by Jason Perkins
Date: Tuesday October 28th 2014
Place: Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT), The Penthouse, Maneeya Centre, Ploenchit Road (02-65205801)
BTS: Chidlom (The Club is connected to BTS Chidlom station by a skybridge), Exit 2
RSVP:firstname.lastname@example.org or 081-8262399
Cost: FREE for IPN cardmembers and Baht 600 for nonmembers (includes presentation, handouts, light dinner (from a selection of 3), one glass of wine and soft drinks). Attendees are welcomed to email questions they have related to the topic to email@example.com to be answered during the Q&A session.
Does your child have trouble with spellings? Reading? Can’t seem to work with numbers or sit still in class? If yes, then there is absolutely no need to panic. It probably just means that he or she simply has a different learning style.
Every child has a different way of learning and understanding your child’s own learning style can help assure academic success.
IPN’s talk this month will discuss how theory of multiple intelligence can point out your child’s strengths and weaknesses.
During this talk, our guest speaker Jason Perkins, IB Coordinator at St. Andrews International School, will discuss:
- What is an Intelligence?
- Differences between Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligence
- How to investigate our own Learning Styles
- Understanding the traditional view of Intelligence and IQ testing
- Fun activities that combines Multiple Intelligences
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