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Places to go this Weekend: Children's Festival @ Gardens By the Bay

Location: Supertree Grove | 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953Date: 10 Mar - 2 Apr 2017Hour: 10 am - 9 pm Admission: FREE [activity charges apply] Bring Your Kids Out to have a roaring good time at Children's Festival this March. The Dye-Nosaur Gardens brings the visitors into an imaginative habitat of dinosaurs and prehistoric plants. Look out for colourful and magnificent dinosaurs nestled at the Supertree Grove, and look forward to exciting performances, creative crafts, workshops and fun-filled carnival rides and games!   Catch the Dye-nasaurs @ the Super Grove daily from 10am - 9pm. The kids will either be extremely excited or afraid of these LIFE SIZED, multicolored dinosaurs.  Children's Festival @ Gardens by the Bay Friday, 10 Mar 2017 - Sun, 2 Apr 2017...

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Things to do this Weekend: Get a FREE dental check up!

Location: Novena Square Causeway Point Serangoon NEX Jurong IMM Jurong Point Xtra Jem Xtra NEX Xtra Date: 6 Mar - 2 Apr 2017Admission: FREE Bring Your Kids Out to the Colgate Oral Health Month as they conduct a series of activities to care for your oral health! Make an appointment with one of the 290 participating clinics to get your and your kids FREE* dental checkup! See here for a list of participating clinics!  *Limited to examination and consultation only A series of Road Shows will also be held with education modules on gum bleeding, tooth sensitivity, bad breath management, and enamel health! There will also be deals and promotions on oral care products!  They did not mention that the activities were kids specific, but they...

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Things to do this Weekend: Explore a Science Experiment Box with Thinkasaur!

Location: ThinkasaurDate: DailyHour: DailyAdmission: Check here for details Parents have asked several times Who is Thinkasaur? What is in a Thinkasaur Science Experiment Box? How does a Thinkasaur subscription work? And how does Thinkasaur benefit my kids?   Bring Your Kids Out to Explore a Science Experiment Box with Thinkasaur and let us answer these questions! Who is Thinkasaur and how does it work? Thinkasaur strives to bring back the wonders of DIY fun by delivering a monthly box filled to the brim with science experiments, straight to your door. Single boxes are also available for sale if you’re worried about committing long term.  The boxes are designed mainly for kids aged 5-10 years. The concept is based on the belief that the most fun and...

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Free Playground to Share: Paragon Shopping Mall

Location: Paragon Shopping Mall | 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859Date: DailyHour: 10 am - 10 pm Admission: FREE If you are wondering where you can Bring Your Kid Out to have some playground fun along Orchard Road, you can head down to the Children's Playground @ Paragon Shopping Mall!  Located on the 5th Floor of the mall, it is a lovely little playground that is suitable for younger kids. Slides, tunnels and ride-on horses are available to entertain your active little ones!  There are mechanic rides available for the LOs too (not sure if this is a plus or minus though)...  If you need a break, there are ample air-conditioned sitting space for you to rest within eye AND ear -shot of the playground! or if you...

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Things to do this Weekend: Read Your Kids a Book (Book Review: If Your Give a Dog a Donut)

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE If You Give a Dog a Donut  by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond Brought to you by Owl Readers Club   We are delighted to be invited by BYKidO to provide book reviews of children picture books on a regular basis. For our first inaugural review, we have decided to share with you a book about a Dog and a Donut! If You Give a Dog a Donut is one of the books in the “If You Give …” series written by Laura Numeroff. Simple to read to your little one(s) between 3 to 5 years old and with clean and easy on the eye illustrations, it is no wonder that...

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