June 2023 Fun-fullness Camp

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June 2023 Fun-fullness Camp

Sign up for this camp experience, where we hope you will have moments of connection, discovery, growth, spiritual development, fun & joy

By The Buddhist Library

When and where

Date and time

Sat, 17 Jun 2023 09:00 - Sun, 18 Jun 2023 17:00 +08


The Buddhist Library, 2 Lorong 24A Geylang Singapore, 398526 Singapore

About this event

  • 1 day 8 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

About this camp

Sign up for a space for your child at this 2-day Mindfulness Camp in Jun 2023!

This camp will feature activities such as a 5–senses Scavenger Hunt, mandala art, meditation and mindfulness activities/games, and teachings by Venerable Faxun as well as Buddhist Library sangha

Our Sunday School programmes have shown themselves to be fun and effective, and this camp aims to provide an equally meaningful programme for your child.

Who is this suitable for?

(Update) Suitable for children aged 9 -12 as of the year 2023.

Event details

  • Date: 17 to 18 Jun 2023
  • Time: 9am-5pm (day camp, no overnight stay)
  • Venue: Buddhist Library
  • Commitment fee: $30 per child (including lunch)

Instructions for parents:

  • Please have your child bring: (1) Her/his own waterbottle (2) Pencil case with pencils and eraser
  • Please drop your child off at the Buddhist Library by 9AM each day of the camp.
  • Payment details will be sent to you via email after you register.

About the trainers

Venerable Faxun

Ven Fa Xun is a Singaporean Buddhist monastic who is passionate about sharing the practice and benefits of secular mindfulness with the wider community.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Education degree from the University of Western Australia, and has designed a mindfulness programme "Mindfulness and Loving Kindness (M.I.L.K.) in Education" as part of her Masters Degree, which was piloted in a primary school in Singapore.

She takes delight in designing programmes and games to address the emotional and developmental needs of young children. Recently, she published a jigsaw puzzle to help children develop the ability to stay focused via Mindful Play.

Ven Fa Xun has over twenty years of experience in teaching both children and adults at various Buddhist centres in Singapore, Malaysia and Western Australia. She is the author of the book "One Life, Five Precepts", and contributes articles to Buddhist magazines.

Assisted by

Ven Faxun will be assisted by our dedicated Buddhist Library Sunday School Teachers and Volunteers.

Photo credits: Andrew Aw, Constance Chua, teachingexpertise.com, Zheng Yuepeng

About the organiser