We had our very first Eco-Festival at Forum The Shopping Mall on 1 and 2 June, where we promoted sustainability and wildlife conservation through a variety of activities for families and their young ones.
For our arts and crafts stations, children made their very own sea turtle, whale, jungle animals and even anything they wanted made out of recycled materials! We wanted to instil eco-values in them and let them know that they can still have a lot of fun doing arts and crafts while reusing materials. Simple actions like this are small steps they can take to become Eco-Warriors, and they can also help save endangered animals like the sea turtles and whales.
In addition, we also had game stations made out of recycled materials like plastic bottles and cardboard boxes! Children of all ages had lots of fun together too.
Not forgetting our most popular station, face painting! We received so many requests, from mythical creatures to superheroes and cartoon characters. Some children even painted on their arms themselves, how talented!
Lastly, we also had a meet and greet with our very own puppets from The Jungle Adventure! Everyone had lots of fun dancing along to the different songs, led by Pang Goh Lin, Mowgli and Raja Utan.
If you would like to know more about our Eco-Festival or even discuss possible collaborations, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 6554 7428 and we will be very happy to give you more information.
Join us at The Jungle Adventure on 29, 30 June and 6, 7 July to learn more about wildlife conservation through an interactive musical puppet show. Book your tickets here on SISTIC!