EYEYAH! is used as a child-led learning resource to spark discussion on important issues and connect children with cutting-edge contemporary artists and graphic designers. We recommend EYEYAH! for children aged 8 to 12, but younger and older children can also benefit.

The carefully curated content fuses art education, creative thinking and social-emotional learning.

We use a thematic approach to tackle important topics like internet safety and healthy eating. Our approach is built around 4 content pillars: Observation, interactive, visual learning & challenges. Nurturing creative thinking, visual literacy and problem solving.

Each issue is also accompanied by a Teacher’s Toolkit that uses a ‘See. Think. Wonder’ approach to cultivate child-led learning.

Overview of Issue 1 - Internet


Overview of discussion topics:

  • The role of smartphones in our lives
  • How phones can be addictive
  • Socialising and phones – making friends in person vs online
  • Online strangers
  • Privacy and safety
  • E-waste and what happens to devices when we upgrade

Overview of Issue 2 - Food & Drink


Overview of discussion points:

  • Food waste 
  • Ugly vegetables
  • Future foods / edible insects
  • Dangers of sugar & fast food
  • The science behind processed foods & GMOs
  • Over-fishing

Overview of Issue 4 - Sea



Overview of discussion points:

  • Aquatic life
  • Working and living at sea
  • Marine pollution
  • Demystifying the mystery of the ocean
  • Rising sea levels
  • Trade routes and explorers

Upcoming Issues:

  • Trash - A look at conservation, pollution, recycling and ‘zero’ waste movement
  • Money - Educating children about financial literacy

    Testimonials & Awards

    I have never ‘read’ visual illustrations the way I did with this book. Eyeyah (Issue 01) invites broad-based engagement for cyber wellness. The visuals invoke genuine feelings and reflections.”

    Founder of Kingmaker - Asia's leading cyber wellness consultancy.

    "I used Eyeyah in a series of child-led sessions where I showed an image to the children and they came up with a set of questions and discussion points that popped into their heads. It was a great conversation starter, sparking off group discussions, without teacher prompts."

    Grade 1 Teacher, Elementary School, St Joseph's Institution International.

    “I’m a big fan of Eyeyah. Besides loving all the illustrations which are amazing, it’s really a game changing approach to how kids see images. It develops a skillset they will need for the future to really challenge things and not just accept and learn by heart.”

    Jessica Meyer, Program Director Nike, and parent.

    "Eyeyah's innovative concept in engaging through arts and visual communication appeals not only to children but adults as well."

    Gladys Foo, Senior Manager, YWCA Singapore

    While it sure is a sight to behold, there’s much more to this magazine than meets the eye.”

     Using creativity to draw children into conversation about social issues in modern society.”

    Channel News Asia 

    If you are interested in Eyeyah in your school, please write to us

    Schools who have used EYEYAH! resources

    UWC, Singapore

    Tanglin Trust, Singapore

    St Joseph International, Singapore

    West Grove Primary, Singapore


    Palm View Primary, Singapore

    Frontier Primary, Singapore

    Yio Chu Kang Primary, Singapore

    Townsville Primary, Singapore

    North View Primary, Singapore

    Sheffield Elementary, USA