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7 Parenting & Family Groups in Singapore worth Following on Facebook

Helpful Facebook Parenting Groups for Mums and Dads in Singapore! Facebook has been around for a long time and that means a multitude of groups. The numerous groups cater to different people and their different interests, including parents. Being a parent is no walk in the park; sometimes you might need a little advice or help and that’s where these Facebook groups come in. We’ve rounded up a list of 7 parenting groups that you might find handy. 1. Sensory-Friendly Shows in Singapore Join: Sensory-Friendly Shows in Singapore Sensory-Friendly Shows in Singapore is a public group where you can find inclusive events. Members share upcoming sensory-friendly or relaxed performances for little ones and if you come across an inclusive event, you...

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18 Places with Online Enrichment Classes for Kids | Fitness, Arts & Music Classes!

It’s understandable if your little ones are starting to get bored or fidgety just staying indoors. After all, just how much can you even do stuck at home? Turns out, quite a lot, from playing around with DIY sets and getting creative to watching movies and storytime videos. Now, here’s something else your little ones can do without leaving the house – pick up a new skill! Here are 18 places offering online enrichment classes for children of different ages and interests, from dance and language to arts and music! 1. Kinderdance Singapore Source: Kinderdance Writer’s Note: We were unable to confirm if Kinderdance is still offering online classes, so you might want to confirm with them to be sure....

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The Best 1-for-1 Food Deals to Celebrate Singapore Food Festival 2020

Singapore Food Festival 2020 goes virtual! COVID-19 has brought about many changes, including the way we travel and celebrate festivals. Another event that has taken a different form of celebration this year is the annual Singapore Food Festival. Taking place across two weekends, from 21 Aug to 30 Aug 2020, you can expect online food tours, live masterclasses and limited-edition food merchandise among others. Celebrate the Singapore Food Festival with your family and friends with these 1-for-1 food deals! What better time to indulge your inner-foodie than during the Singapore Food Festival? Now that dining-in has become an option again, you can share your gastronomic adventure with your friends and family (limiting to 5 people max, that is). Don’t worry...

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7 Helpful Telegram Channels for Families to Follow

Useful Telegram channels and bots for families in Singapore! Telegram is like a mash-up of Facebook and Whatsapp, albeit, probably an upgraded version of that. An instant messaging platform with an array of adorable sticker packs and the ability to edit your messages after you send it out, Telegram also has various groups, channels and bots that you can follow. If you’re looking around for a channel to follow, here are 7 helpful Telegram channels with promotions, discounts and event updates that you can join! 1. SG Cab Promos: Cab Promos Join: SG Cab Promos You’ve probably already guessed by the name, @SG Cab Promos shares the latest promo codes for Grab, Go-Jek, Ryde and ComfortDelGro Taxis. If you want...

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Your Ultimate Guide to Enjoying a Family Homecation Part 2

Plan the best #homecation for your family; Movie nights, walks in the park and more things to do in Singapore with your kids during the holidays! Previously, when the Circuit Breaker measures were in place, we published a guide to enjoying a family homecation (a vacation at home), since simply binging on Netflix might start to get monotonous. Now that we’re well into phase 2 of post-Circuit Breaker and you are free to venture out, we figured we’ll help you plan another Homecation! This one, not restricted to within the walls of your house, especially since many places are now open. Alternatively, you can book a staycation at a hotel to stretch out your legs. 1. Just Chill Out Source:...

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