SINGAPORE – Make household time all of the extra particular with these concepts and actions.
Watch: Hari Raya children’s particular
Who is extra well-liked on social media? In children’s Malay drama Ra Ra Raya!, Sarah and her grandmother Nek Jah battle it out as they share movies of themselves tackling Hari Raya-themed challenges on social media. Find out if battle will ensue as one quickly positive aspects extra followers.
This Hari Raya particular programme airs on May 3 at 10am on Suria and also will be accessible to stream on meWatch.
Actress Era Farida, who performs Nek Jah, tells The Straits Times: “Technology does bridge the hole of various generations. As good as it might get, we should always by no means let know-how get the higher of us.
“Use social media wisely and never be dependent on the ‘likes’ from virtual platforms. Family is where the real ‘likes’ are.”
The one-hour present additionally options upbeat festive songs carried out by alumni from Juara Mic Junior, a children’s singing competitors, and different younger expertise from Suria’s programmes.
For extra festive programmes, go to this website.
Join: Colour Socks Parade fund-raising occasion
Run, stroll, swim or cycle for 60km – the selection is yours and your youngsters’. Sign up for the Colour Socks Parade as people or groups and full the gap anyplace at your personal tempo by May 31.
As you problem your self to attain your health purpose, you can be elevating funds for Minds, a charity serving to individuals with mental disabilities in addition to their households.
The Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore turns 60 this 12 months and goals to boost a minimum of $200,000 from charges and donations from the occasion.
Registration payment is $38 an individual and features a T-shirt. There isn’t any minimal age requirement. For particulars or to register for the occasion, go here.
Read: Picture book inspired by idioms
Tilly’s Under The Weather is the primary story in I Love Idioms, a brand new children’s collection that places an imaginative spin on age-old idioms.
As the book title suggests, Tilly will not be feeling nicely. The lady’s associates rally to rescue her after they see her underneath darkish clouds and menacing rain.
With their collection, writer Eve Aw and illustrator Qin Yi invite younger readers to unleash their creativeness as they be taught idiomatic expressions: What photos do these put in your head? What tales do they spark?
Aw, a senior inventive in promoting, has this message for teenagers: “Sure, the idioms mean what they’ve always meant for a thousand years, but your reimaginings of them are undeniably more wild and wonderful, and you should never lose that.”
The lead character, Tilly, is known as after Aw’s three-year-old daughter.
Aw additionally wrote the picture book, Grandma And The Things That Stay The Same (2016).
Tilly’s Under The Weather retails at $14.90 (earlier than GST) at its publisher’s e-store and main bookstores.