Customised to students of all ages, the museum’s learning journey is tailored to the learning outcomes of schools. Through toys, students will rediscover Singapore’s history, learn about art, culture and design, and exercise creativity through interactive and hands-on activities.
Through play, pre-school children will develop social and cognitive skills, gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and learn to succeed in the world around them.
Primary School Learners
Primary learning at MINT Museum of Toys highlights key components of student development, suitable for children aged 7 – 12 years, including Knowledge Skills. Students are being offered a new approach to exploring subject areas ⎯ Art and Science.
Secondary School Learners
Google, Siri, Bixby and Alexa! Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok! These are the epitome of technological advancements and globalisation in our economic progression today. However, these advancements have also led to concerning change in our demographics. In a society where everything is rapidly progressing, how do we ensure steady economic progression while combatting the cultural challenges in Singapore?
Team bonding through toys allows participants to have an educational and reflective journey of learning about the importance of teamwork as well as overcoming challenges and problem-solving together by uncovering toys’ information and stories behind them.