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Things to do with Your Kids During May School Holidays 2020

This year, June holidays have shifted to May, traveling is still not possible (yet) and the playgrounds remain closed. Watching Cartoon Network and kid-friendly series can keep the kids entertained but that’s not all you can do from home. We’ve rounded up a list of activities and things you can do with your kids to pass your days without feeling bored or stuffy. Read Books & Tune into Storytelling Sessions Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are [Mason Cooley] and what better time to let your mind go on adventures to places far away than now when you have to stay at home? Source: Amazon Now that you’ve decided to read, the question...

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7 Places to Get STEAM Kits in Singapore for Kids

If you didn’t already know, STEAM is an interdisciplinary educational approach that integrates the topics across Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics to provide a balanced education. STEAM toys and kits provide a great way for children to learn through open-ended play. Not only do they encourage critical thinking and pique your little ones’ interest in learning, but they’re also fun to play with!  Here are 7 places you can get STEAM kits and toys in Singapore for your kids! 1. Explorer Junior Source: Explorer Junior Explorer Junior has a selection of STEAM Learning Kits that are suitable for little explorers from ages 4 to 6 years. Each kit comes with a guide and introduces different principles to little ones....

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6 Parks Around the World You Can Hike Virtually with Your Kids

Thanks to the evolution of technology, life has become so much easier. Not only do we get to access information at our fingertips, but we also get to travel the world with just a few taps from our couch. Forget about getting your kids to put on a jacket or getting them to put right feet in the right shoe, here are 6 parks around the world you can hike virtually with your kids! 1. Hang Sơn Đoòng | Vietnam Source: National Geographic Hike: Hang Sơn Đoòng Hang Son Doong, situated within the Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park in Vietnam, is the world’s largest natural cave. To preserve the cave as it is before tourism developments greatly alter its untouched...

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9 Places with Storytime Videos for Kids to Watch before Bedtime

Bedtime stories, a tradition in many families, are a great way to not only bond with your little ones and allow them to relax their mind, but it also stimulates their imagination and improves their literacy. You can pick a book of your choice, snuggle up with your little ones and start reading together. You can even switch it up with an ebook or even stream a video of a storytelling session (which are even great when you have to wash the dishes in the afternoon and can’t sit and read with your kids)! Here are 9 places where you can stream storytelling videos for your little ones! 1. World Book Day Source: World Book Day Under The Big Little...

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5 Board Games You can Make at Home

Source: National Cancer Institute/Unsplash When you’re stuck at home for days on end, constantly drawing butterflies and making homemade volcanoes erupt can get boring. And while board games are a great source of entertainment for the whole family, they don’t exactly come cheap. This is why we bring you this list of 5 board games you can make with your kids with things at home! 1. Checkers Source: Grey House Harbor/Project Nursery A classic game, checkers is incredibly simple to make. If you follow these instructions by Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational, all you’ll need are some plastic bottle caps, colored cardstock, poster board, and sticker paper. For a bit more quirky fun, you can even try your hand at making...

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