Hari Raya

Hari Raya At Tadika, one of the best preschools in Kuala Lumpur, Hari Raya is a delightful event especially for the children! Personalized greeting cards activity is a great way to teach them of the numerous ways to affectionately greet a person on this day.


  • Happy Raya!
  • Selamat Hari Raya!
  • Happy Eid!
  • Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri!

Our Art and Craft class activities help children to enhance their creativity and resourcefulness as well as help them gain confidence in expressing their feelings by speaking from their heart.

Raya Open House for Parents

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Raya Open House for Parents

Like many traditions, this one is rooted in very old customs; customs that evolved out of community values. Sharing food being the most basic, along with peaceful social interaction, Hari Raya Open House celebrations represent the epitome of good resolutions for a new beginning, and for a better year ahead. As much as open houses are about celebrating food and friendship, their objective is equally about fostering harmony and better understanding among people.

Hari Sahabath Sedunia (Friendship day)

Celebrating friendship and sharing good times with friends! It’s an exciting day at the Tadika where children greet and share food, and exchange Thank You cards with their best friends.

Merdeka

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Merdeka

At Tadika, children put up an elaborate song and dance act in honour of the nation's special day. Staff decorate the Tadika premises with the National Flag. Our children make crafts of the national flag and take the National Pledge after the flag hoisting. Guests are entertained with song and dance routines depicting the rich cultural heritage of Malaysia. Decked in elaborate national and traditional costumes as well as Jalur Gemilang-inspired outfits, the students star in performances. National Day is the perfect time to teach the children what is special about Malaysia..

Charity

Teaching children at our preschool in Kuala Lumpur about giving can be rewarding for both parents and children. Learning about giving and helping others gives children a feeling of empowerment.

A great way to reinforce charitable values is to make giving a family activity. Appreciate your children when they show generosity and empathy to others. It is especially important to teach children that they are part of a larger community and that we are all responsible for those around us. By inculcating the value of charity you encourage your child to grow up with a healthy sense of compassion and a strong charitable spirit.

There are many ways through which a child can learn the value of giving, and what better place to start than at the Tadika itself. Setting up a charity box can show children how even a little money can make a difference when given with a good heart. We encourage children to donate food, old toys, money, school supplies, and clothing to children in need.

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