Friday, January 17, 2014

I Theatre GIVEAWAY: The Ant and the Grasshopper Family Package!

Perhaps it is one of the most well-known Aesop's Fables, The Ant and the Grasshopper is a tale which shares an important lesson of why hard work is crucial.

Written and directed by Brian Seward, Artistic Director, I Theatre, the play is suitable for children from 3 - 12 years of age. 



:: Synopsis
Once there lived an Ant – a hard-working and ever-busy Ant who never seemed to have time for play or relaxation. And then there was Grasshopper, with time on his hands and nothing much to do all day.
Somehow they were friends. All day long Ant would work hard, without stop or rest, collecting grains of wheat and storing them carefully in her larder.
And Grasshopper would laugh, and say. ‘Why do you work so hard, dear Ant? Come, and rest awhile, listen to my song. Summer is here; the days are long and bright. Why waste the sunshine in labour and toil?’
But Summer does not last long – and soon Winter and the frozen cold will come…


What happens next? How will the grasshopper survive?

In I Theatre's 'trademark' style, this musical will be brought to life with colourful characters, puppets and catchy songs! 

I have 2 sets of 4 family tickets (worth more than a total of $200!) to give away! 

Date & Time: 8th of March (Saturday), 230pm

Duration: 55 mins including 'Meet and Greet'

Venue: Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel

(Note: Winners will be notified via email. Tickets are to be collected within 2 weeks of notification at I Theatre's office: 27 Kerbau Road, Singapore 219163)

Here's how to win!


Earn credits using Rafflecopter below by:

1) Clicking 'Like' on my Blog Facebook page
2) Leaving a comment on the comment section on "What do you think is the most important value that you wish to teach your child(ren)?" 
3) Sharing this post with your friends on your FB page! 
(For Singapore residents only)

The more credits you earn, the higher your chances! :) 


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46 comments:

  1. Honesty i believe is the most important value to teach my kids

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  3. Honesty and integrity are the important values I would teach my kids!

    Dalandcrystal@gmail.com
    Crystal Lee

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  5. Values I feel that are important are moral uprightness, perservance and humility.
    My email jacquelineyee@rocketmail.com
    Jacqueline Yee

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  6. Filial & respect to elders
    Its all around in my entire family clan (incl hubby's). There's no reason why the kids don't learn this well.

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. I'm free I'm free on 8th Mar! =)

    Shirley Yong

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  7. Manners and honesty are very important right now as these will stay with my child when being taught correctly. :) thanks for the giveaway!!

    Irene Fock
    puffish03@gmail.com

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  8. Thanks for the giveaway! Fantastic book for the kids to teach them the good old saying: 'you reap what you sow'. We also love the Ant's love and generosity for his friend. Thumbs up for this book.

    Cheers!
    Yee Cheng
    yenzhen@hotmail.com

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  9. To me as a parent, I feel that Respect, Responsibe and Integrity are the most important values to teach our children as all these three can bring them a long way in their life.
    Thank you for the giveaway
    jeffreycindy7780@hotmail.com

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  10. To me having good manners is most important!
    Jaime
    Chueimei@gmail.com

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  11. Respect is most important. With respect, other values such as manners, integrity, honesty, etc. will fall into place naturally.

    Pamela
    gordon.pamela@gmail.com

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  12. To me, filial piety is the most important!

    Xgg Chan
    chanxgg@gmail.com

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  13. Honesty and respect for others is key.

    Thanks for organizing this give away!

    Eunice Wee
    nikki_wee@hotmail.com

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  14. You reap what you sow, and you do not reap when you do not sow is the value I want to pass to my child. No task is too difficult when you do not give up and persevere.

    Ranna Seah
    fabulana@gmail.com

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  15. I have thought this over. I think I will teach my children about contentment first. Then it comes along with honesty and integrity etc.

    Really hope to win!

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  16. I think appreciation is a super important value that is underrated with many kids today. teaching children to be less 'entitled' and recognise that alot of hard work on their parents' end goes into what they get, will help them be more appreciative and grateful.

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  17. Filial Piety, honesty and contentment are among those important values which I felt is important to teach our children.
    amycpj@gmail.com

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  18. Integrity, filial & honesty are the values we have to educate the young ones.

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  19. To be honest and respectful !

    Diana
    Blogaaholic@gmail.com

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  20. To have compassion, love & respect
    Prakash-Joelle Dervena

    Joelle_tham@hotmail.com

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  21. Integrity is the most important.

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  22. Integrity is the most important.

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  23. I want to teach my children how to have respect for everyone around them and have integrity at all times. olimomok@gmail.com

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  24. To have integrity and be filial.
    Thanks for hosting.
    magixn@hotmail.com

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  25. integrity and respect
    Cynthia
    edenie98@yahoo.com

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  26. Integrity is most important to us!
    Xihui14 (at) gmail.com
    Shih hui

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  27. Intergrity and respect
    rowenna(dot)lim(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. loving kindness and having compassion to all beings - is what i would hope to see develop in my kids

    Thank you for hosting!

    Jacquelene
    furrypawie@gmail.com

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  29. Thank you for hosting this wonderful giveaway!

    I think the most important value that I want to impart to my son would be, to always love and obey God, his heavenly Father.

    Really hope to win this!

    Audrey
    sweetsweethalo@yahoo.com

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  30. There are so many values that come to mind, but i would say humility for now, so that they can continue to learn and grow.

    Saw the brochure on this production just 2 days ago, so was very excited when i saw that you were hosting this giveaway.

    Thanx!

    Shi'en
    liangshien(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. Resilience for them to accept failures as part of lives... Resilience for them to grow stronger and wiser :)

    Thank u for hosting this give away... give away to me.... haha

    zoeylimcs@yahoo.com

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  32. Hi, thanks for this opportunity!

    I think altruism is the most important- with that, all other values will b caught easily

    9iraffe3@gmail.com

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  33. Thanks for hosting the giveaway !

    I would teach them Respect, Integrity, Contentment, Perseverance !

    email :serene_seah@hotmail.com

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  34. I reckon respect N honesty r the top of my list.
    Cheers , marcia too
    Marcia_267@yahoo.com

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  35. I hope my children will learn the below important values as long as they can.
    Integrity
    Responsibility
    Compassionate
    Respect

    And I feel the kids will know the importance of these values as soon as they understand the contents of "弟子规" (Di Zi Gui).

    Michelle,
    olengjuz@yahoo.com.sg

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  36. We teach our son to always love and obey God.

    Thanks for the giveaway

    tanjengbeng@yahoo.com.sg

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  37. I would like to teach my child fillial piety (when I have a kid in future). I would like to win this to bring my nephew for the show as he doesnt stay with his parents, and I would like to let him know the importance of being a hardworking instead of lazing around.

    thank you!

    missy.gissy@gmail.com

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  38. I believe in teaching them to learn how to respect.

    patricia_tan26@yahoo.com

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  39. I would educate them to worship the lord.

    Linda
    naylilinda@gmail.com

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  40. Thanks for the chance to win.

    I'd like to remind my girls of the value of hard work and the importance of perseverance. And to keep trying even when things look difficult, I hope that they will learn to believe that they can do anything they put their mind to.

    sohlayleng@yahoo.com.sg

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  41. Respect and honesty

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway

    Waiwai (mami@peipeihaohao.com)

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  42. Respect and compassion.

    Catherine
    Catfong63@gmail.com

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  43. Respect, honesty and filial

    Sean
    ksy8193@hotmail.com

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  44. I would love for my gals to be humble!

    Thanks for the chance of winning this.

    Irene Chan-Whitlam
    Irene.chanwhitlam@gmail.com

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