Promoting Reading by Nancy Pearl

October 22, 2016
US Embassy has organized the panel discussion on Promoting Reading in collaboration with Monument Books and Kids City which took place on October the 20th at the Kids City location. The aim of this panel is to support and promote reading in Cambodia as well as to share experience to all readers and to make them enjoy and appreciate the books. The main speaker of the panel discussion was Mrs. Nancy Pearl, a visiting American librarian and reading expert. Other speakers present at the event were Mrs. Margaret Bywater, a librarian, Mr. William Bagley from Monument Books and Mrs. Hout Socheata, Program Manager from Sipar Publishing . Panel discussion was opened to  selected number of teachers, parents and students.

The team building activities with the Kids City

August 23, 2016
Team building is a collective term for various types of activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within teams, often involving collaborative tasks. Many team-building exercises aim to expose and address interpersonal problems within the group. These activities are intended by the Company to improve performance in a team-based environment. Team building is one of the foundations of organizational development that can be applied to groups such as sports teams, school classes, military units, corporate offices or any other industry that requires team work and development. The formal definition of team-building includes: Aligning around goals Building effective working relationships Reducing team members’ role ambiguity Finding solutions to team problems Strengthening the team spirits Reinforcing the interpersonal relationships The four most effective approached to the team building are: Goal setting Role clarification Problem solving Interpersonal-relations This also one of the most widely used group-development activities in any organization. It is believed that the team-development has the strongest effect (versus financial measures) in improving any organizational performance. The studies show that team-development activities, including team building and team training, improve both a team’s objective performance and that team’s subjective supervisory ratings.

Birthday Parties

July 3, 2015
Planning a Birthday Party? Kids City can help. Let our experienced Birthday Party Team help you plan and host an exciting birthday party at Kids City. Ideally situated at one corner of the Playground, our Birthday Party Room can be configured to fit in with your chosen theme Combine one or more of your favorite activities (Playground, Toddler Town, Clip ‘N Climb, Laser Tag, Science Gallery, Science Discovery and Bumper Cars) to make this a party like no other. If you’re looking to hold a celebration to be remembered for a lifetime, look no further than Kids City. Please call 023 220 088 / 078 919 888 or email us at birthdays@kidscityasia.com for further information.

Group Bookings

July 2, 2015
Kids City is happy to accommodate groups of all sizes. We will work with you to reserve space at a suitable time as necessary – special rates may apply. Kids City accommodates a maximum of 565 players and an additional 450 spectators across all activity floors at any one time. Please call 023 220 088 / 078 919 888 or email us at info@kidscityasia.com for further information.

Teambuilding & Training

July 1, 2015
Need to develop team work or leadership skills in your organization? Want to improve communication and organizational skills within your company? Here at Kids City we have the facilities that allow you to choose from a fantastic range of activities that can be used as a component of your management training plan. We offer Full Day Packages and Half Day Packages for our Team Building events. Our packages allow your team to choose from our wide range of activities, as well our unique Team Building Games, which are designed and tailored specifically to each group and its aims. We can also cater for specific themes, customizable to clients’ requirements (please see the sample video on our website). Challenges How to play Duration Aims Clip ‘N Climb Option 1 – Race to the Top! Teams are selected and each participant completes a timed climb; each subsequent climber within the team must be quicker than the previous climber’s time. Times for each team will be totaled to decide the winning team as well as having individual winners.   Option 2 – Balloon Race! Balloons at the top of each climb must be collected – the team with the highest number of collected balloons wins. This is also a test of delegation, as each wall can only have one climber. Approximately 20 minutes Both these climbing challenges require leadership skills and the use of delegation while emphasizing the value of collaboration and communication under pressure. Laser Tag A simple and fast paced team game, where players score points by shooting the other team members with their laser guns. Teams that really understand each other and work well together have been known to create battle tactics and strategies, such as the bait-and-trap manoeuvre. Approximately 20 minutes The challenge is to assign a quick thinking leader to organise the team and take it to victory. This fast paced game makes people understand the importance of clear and precise communication. Group Creative Thinking Tasks These tasks require collaboration to solve puzzles. Each team is broken into smaller groups, and as each group finishes they can assist other groups in their team. The first team to complete all their tasks win. Approximately 20 minutes The players must learn to work together quickly and dynamically, in small groups and in their larger teams, to achieve a common goal. Initiative Tests The team must complete a series of games and challenges designed to work on team bonding and communication. This challenge will be held in the function room, and a variety of tasks are available, depending on the dynamics of your team. Approximately one hour These challenges are designed to test and strengthen internal relationships and teamwork skills, as well as utilizing the strengths of the individual for the benefit of the team.
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