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6 Easy Plants to Grow with Kids in Singapore

Watching something under their care grow and flourish can give little ones an immense amount of satisfaction and sense of accomplishment, which makes gardening a great activity for kids. Source: Angelibebe Whether you want to teach your kids responsibility or give them an outlet to get dirty, you will need to select plants that germinate fast to keep your tots’ short attention spans. To help you out, here’s our pick of 6 plants that are easy to grow. 1. Marigolds Source: Bruno/Pixabay A marigold plant is a great way to introduce your kids to gardening because these hardy little flowers can withstand any rough handling by little gardeners. Depending on the kind of marigold seed you’ve planted, it’ll take about five...

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12 Dessert Places That’ll Deliver to Your Doorstep | Cookies, Cakes, Ice-cream, & More!

Whether you’re a sweet tooth or not, a dose of something sugary every now and then can work wonders for your day. However, sitting in a cute café, enjoying a sweet dessert while relaxing is out of the equation during this circuit breaker period. But wait, you can continue to indulge in your favorite sweet treats whenever you want, thanks to delivery apps! From halal-certified puffs and vegan cakes to gooey, chocolaty cookies, here are 12 places in Singapore that will deliver your desserts to your doorstep! 1. 25Grams Bakery Source: 25Grams Bakery 25Grams Bakery | Operating hours: 10 am – 6 pm/Daily A bespoke bakery offering a variety of cakes, cupcakes, and cookies, including vegan-friendly deserts Place your orders...

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Heritage Conservation Centre Behind The Scene

Do you know what happens to artefacts when they are not in museums? How are paintings restored, and what exactly does a conservator do? Unfortunately, the artefacts don’t come alive at night after the museums close to the public but what does actually happen to them when they’re not on display at the museum? Well, if you ever wondered about the answers to the above-mention questions, it’s a great time to find out now that the museum doors are shut to us. What's more, you can easily find the answers in a three-part miniseries by Roots Sg that will bring you behind the scenes of Singapore’s Heritage Conservation Centre: Singapore’s repository and conservation facility for the management and preservation of...

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10 Noteworthy Museums to Explore from Home

The physical doors of museums around the world may be closed to us but the virtual doors have opened to us instead, not only making the museums much easily accessible to us but also bringing the exhibits much closer to us than ever. While a virtual experience may not be the same as being able to experience the splendor of these museums "live", it is much better than the alternative of not being able to access them at all. It’s also a great way to prepare yourself for a future trip! So, here are 10 noteworthy museums you can explore from home for free! 1. Benaki Museum | Athens Source: Benaki Museum Explore: Benaki Museum | Gkikas Gallery | Yannis...

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9 Indoor Hobbies and Activities for Toddlers and Kids

A hobby is not just something to do to past time. Hobbies are where interests are born, from which sparks passion. The best hobbies will not only engage your kids and keep them entertained, but it will also teach them a thing or two. If you’re not sure where to start your kids off, here’s a list of indoor hobbies and activities that you can get your kids started with today. 1. Art Source: cottonbro/Pexels Finger painting, coloring with crayons, drawing with markers, scribbling with pencils, and splash painting, it could be anything. Give your kids some blank papers and pencils and watch them go at it. You can encourage their hobby by joining them for an art jamming session,...

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