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Singakwenza, which means “We can do it” is a Non-Profit Organisation providing Early Childhood Education to economically disadvantaged communities.

We made “shoes” from cereal boxes and bread bag ropes to help our kiddies learn to tie their laces this week. The skills involved in this activity include eye-hand coordination, bilateral coordination (using both sides of your brain and both sides of your body at the same time), motor planning (telling the right muscles what to do at the right time) and perseverance. It is little wonder it takes lots of practice to master!