We had the most lovely time with the staff from TOUCH Child Care making Salt Art Jars for their Teacher's Day celebration in September. 31 participants over ZOOM and even in an online space, we could collaborate, bond and share about our artwork. It's really interesting to observe firsthand how values differ among organisations because of the type of work and clients they serve. I could really sense the great care and concern these teachers have for their preschoolers as they shared about their team values.





Just 2 years ago, we held our first physical workshop in November, and to see how we are now mostly conducting online workshops, is mind-blowing! Here is some feedback from the teachers about the workshop. I'm most encouraged when participants tell me they want to create the artwork again in their own personal time, with their family or with their students. This is what we hope the process art workshops can achieve - to make creativity a part of our lifestyle and community!

CONTACT Rebecca at cartwheelssg@gmail.comif you're interested in having team bonding programmes at your school, organisation or company.

"Improving our mental health is as important as improving our physical health".

CARTWHEELS participated in Care Corner Singapore's 40 DAYS OF CARE to raise funds for mental health needs as we hope that mental health services and programmes are accessible to everyone in the community. A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who donated and shared our fundraising campaign! We are so happy that you could be part of our community outreach efforts!



We believe that the creativity promotes mental wellness. Engaging in creativity improves brain function, mental health and physical health. As an appreciation of the support, we emailed our donors an e-book of creative play activities for children, "Meaningful Play for Toddlers".


During the campaign, we also shared 10 process art activities inspired by the artist Dale Chihuly, suitable for children, youths, adults and families via Instagram and Facebook. We hope you have been encouraged to make creativity a part of your lives for mental wellness. To view the activities again, you can view our video playlist on FACEBOOK or read our guide on INSTAGRAM.




In the last week of the June school holidays, we had our biggest turn out for a Salt Art Jar Workshop with 41 teachers divided into back-to-back 2 sessions! It was really interesting to hear from the teachers the team values that they thought were important, how different and similar they were. The creativity of everyone never ceases to amaze me especially even more so when we have an online workshop because participants learn to make use of different items around their homes, making each artwork so significantly unique.

CONTACT Rebecca at cartwheelssg@gmail.comif you're interested in having team bonding programmes at your school, organisation or company.