5 Things To Do With Kids This Weekend In Singapore (31 May - 6 Jun 2021)

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We take a look at the best things to do and places to go with kids this weekend (31 May - 6 Jun 2021) in Singapore!

Mummies and Daddies, we got you covered with this week's list of to-do and to-go for families! Now you don't have to fret over what to do or where to go!

1. Culture Shiok by HomeTeamNS Khatib

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Venue: Online
Date:¬†4 ‚Äď 27 Jun 2021
Hours:¬†11 am ‚Äď 7 pm
Fee: Free and Paid

This June school holidays,¬†HomeTeamNS Khatib¬†has a line-up of online activities that will bring you on a multi-cultural adventure!¬†Culture Shiok¬†is spread over four weeks and each week, you will get to experience one of four different cultures ‚Äď Malay, Peranakan, Indian, and Chinese.¬†

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Through family bonding activities like Facebook ‚ÄėLive‚Äô Gameshows, Exclusive Online Craft Workshops, and stories about food heritage, you will learn more about the different cultures.¬†

2. Around The World Creative Zoom Workshops by Mr Bottle's Kids Party

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Venue: Online
Date: 11, 18, 21 & 25 Jun 2021
Hours:¬†Bet. 3 pm ‚Äď 4.30 pm¬†
Fee: $8 - $79
Recommended: 7 years and above

Physically travelling around the world might not be possible this June holidays but your children can travel virtually with Mr Bottle’s Around The World Creative Zoom Workshops! The series of craft workshops will bring you to the Great Wall of China, Eiffel Tower, Stonehenge and to your dream destination! 

Materials will be delivered to you for all the workshops, except for the Great Wall of China Pop-up Card ($8) workshop. You can opt for just one workshop or sign up for all four at just $79. 

To facilitate the delivery of materials, you are required to sign-up at least 5 days before the workshop of your choice. 

3. Virtual Eco Holiday Camp by City Sprouts

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Venue: Online
Date:¬†7 ‚Äď 11 Jun & 14 ‚Äď 18 Jun 2021
Hours:¬†9.30 am ‚Äď 11.45 am
Fee: $280 (inclusive of materials)
Recommended:¬†6 ‚Äď 12 years

*Updated: Week 1 is full, while week 2 has been cancelled. 

City Sprouts is launching a 5-day Virtual Edo Holiday Camp for young ones in partnership with experts in gardening, composting, natural skincare, recycling, cooking, music, and arts. Through a series of hands-on activities, such as Mini Hydro Pod Making, Hygiene & Play Dough Soap Making, and Ondeh-Ondeh Making, children will learn new skills and concepts, like recycling and vermicomposting, in a fun and interactive way.

Camp registration closes 5 days before the start of the camp to facilitate the delivery of kits. In addition to the materials in the kits, you will also need to source some day-to-day materials at home, which you will be informed of before the camp. 

While the camp is recommended for kids from 6 to 12 years old, little ones from 3 to 5 years old can also join in with an accompanying adult. 

4. Learn Magic Tricks Using Household Items

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Venue: Online
Date: 5 Jun 2021
Hours:¬†2 pm ‚Äď 3 pm¬†
Fee: Free (register)

Discover the fun and thrill of magic using everyday household items with professional magician and illusionist (international and local accolades) Mr Joe Yu! You can even catch Joe performing his multi-award-winning act during the session as well!

5. Book Bugs: Explorers of Stories Past

Venue: Online
Date: - 
Hours: -
Fee: Free

In the Book Bugs program by National Library Board (NLB), when you borrow books or eBooks, you get awarded points, which can then be used to redeem Book Bugs cards. Given the current Safe Management Measure, the launch of the latest series of collectable cards has been pushed back. 

While you may not be able to collect cards from the new land yet, the third edition of this popular game, Book Bugs: Explorers of Stories Past, offers a series of curated printable activities, story comics, WhatsApp and Telegram sticker packs, wallpapers and other bonus items that enable children to fully experience the Book Bugs programme! These are uploaded every second Monday of the month.

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Children can also look forward to Book Bugs Bonanza, happening online over three weeks this June holidays. You must complete the English version of the week’s activity to receive a reward. Bonus rewards will be given to Explorers who also submit the completed Mother Tongue options.



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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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