In a time before computers and mobile games, how did kids amuse themselves? Auntie Shirley talks about her childhood and the games she used to play.
The gang travels back to a time before smartphones and tablets. In a kampong, the trio try their hands (and feet) at goli, gasing and capteh. They are joined by Auntie Shirley, a 75-year-old cosplayer, who shares her memories and experiences playing kampong games and toys.
Come along with Ling and Kamal on an island-wide adventure as they play their favourite game, Eye Spy Singapore! Learn incredible facts about the Garden City and uncover hidden treasures all across the island.
Bursting with colourful scenes from around Singapore, this interactive look-and-find book will provide hours of problem-solving, puzzle fun. Children will enjoy exploring the illustrations, picking out and counting the objects, while developing skills in numeracy, reading, matching and identification.
Source: Synopsis from Marshall Cavendish International
A traditional game that requires skills and balance in keeping a feathered shuttlecock in the air for as long as possible by juggling it with the heel of the foot. It is popular among children in Singapore, and also well-known internationally.