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Visiting a Park

Started 22 Nov 2021


Full course description


Parks and nature reserves are places that we can visit to engage in recreational activities such as physical exercise, exploring nature, or participating in events.

In this course, we will learn how to plan a visit to parks and nature reserves available in Singapore.

This course is recommended for middle year (11-14 years old) and above.

In this course, we will learn about:

  • Parks and Nature Reserves in Singapore
  • Visiting a Park
  • Dos and Don’ts at a Park

In this course, we will learn to:

  • recognise parks and nature reserves available in Singapore
  • explore the types of activities carried out in parks
  • search for information on parks and nature reserves
  • plan a visit to parks or nature reserves
  • describe the dos and don't when visiting a park

This course is open for Pathlight School students to access.

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 Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)

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Offered by: Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)
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