Playeum at Home: Mystery Mission

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What can we expect next? In this mystery mission, we will be solving a surprise problem. There’s no everyday problem that we can’t solve!

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This edition of Playeum at Home is about shifting the lens on how we view creativity and how we all practice it differently in our own ways. Whether big or small, they are all creative ways! To change the way we see creativity in ourselves also changes how we see and cultivate it in children.

This programme is recommended for ages 5 - 12.

About Playeum at Home

Playeum st Home is a series of play sessions that looks at discovering different ways of experimenting, playing and creating with everyday recyclable materials that we typically find in our own homes! What can we do with the toilet roll cores we have? Or that stack of rubber bands you have been collecting from your takeaways? Take charge, get your creative juices flowing at home and start on a maker project with our playmakers as a virtual company!

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Nur Hafizah Nur Hamidy

Hafizah is an Architecture graduate with experience working in several non-profit organisations which has given her opportunities to wear many hats. In Playeum, Hafizah designs, operates and facilitates open-ended experiences for children and their adults. She leads a team of Playmakers in providing quality experience – responding meaningfully to the children’s behaviour and ideas through provocations, encouragement and tools to deepen their creativity and learning experience. Outside of Playeum, Hafizah enjoys spending time with her family, yoga and working on her little dream to illustrate children’s books!

Note: We will be recording this programme and screenshots will be taken.

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Organiser Playeum Ltd

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Playeum is an independent charity organisation (IPC) that creates equal opportunities for children in Singapore to develop creativity and confidence through play and the arts. In particular, we work with children from marginalised backgrounds and children with varying disabilities.

We hold safe and non-judgemental spaces for children to have a voice and be heard, as well as to build 21st century life skills such as critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. Through this, children are empowered to thrive and be the best versions of themselves.

Our work also supports adults in becoming powerful creative facilitators for children as we shift mindsets to seeing children as creative and competent. Over the past year, we have reached out to more than 2,200 children and adults through our impact work.

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