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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (6th - 12th Apr 2020)

1. Glazer Children’s Museum – GCM@Home Source: Glazer Children’s Museum Dedicated to nurturing lifelong learners and leaders, the Glazer Children’s Museum is located at Tampa, Florida. During this time, while you’re staying at home with your little ones, you can explore the various activities that GCM@Home offers. The series of activities, which includes experiments, recipes, and math problems, among others, such as Making Your Own Puzzle, Tips and Tricks to Building a Fort and Making Ice-cream, are both educational and entertaining. 2. Children’s Museum Houston – Virtual Events Source: Children's Museum Houston Children’s Museum Houston’s series of Virtual Events, which includes virtual story-times, toddler playtime and hands-on experiments, provides something for families to keep occupied while the little ones pick...

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Big Top Carnival Event Planner | Your One-Stop Event Planning Provider!

Big Top is the leading carnival event planner in Singapore. Specialising in carnival event planning and carnival rental from carnival games, live food stations, arcade machines, giant ball pit, video games console, advertising balloons, mascot, entertainers and bouncy castles and many more! This article is prepared as an exchange for Big Top's event planning services for BYKidO. No monetary compensation is received for this article.  To better achieve our mission to better help parents discover their next family memory, BYKidO has and will be organising and supporting family-friendly events. Through these events that we organise or support, we hope to encourage parents to bring their kids out and create more family fun time!   We cannot do this alone and we are pleased to...

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Katapult Trampoline Park @ ORTO

Take the plunge and break out of your usual routine with a big dose of adrenaline pumping fun at Katapult Trampoline Park. Singapore's first trampoline park in a park is nestled in the lush greenery and tranquil ambience of ORTO leisure park and with a massive 14,000 square-foot indoor trampoline facility. The fun starts the moment you enter our complex of interconnected trampolines with 7 stations ranging from a free fall* drop 3 metres high, slam dunking your way to the top, balancing yourself on that slack line, vertically running up our wall run and challenging yourselves in a dodgeball competition. You'll be sure to get plenty of exercise while having heaps of fun! The feeling of freedom when you...

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The Tinker Yard @ Waterloo

The Tinker Yard offers children access to a diverse range of open-ended materials (loose parts) and experiences full of possibility in an environment intentionally created by their Play Makers Children who come to our play sessions enjoy the benefits of play through active engagement with our materials that we call loose parts.  Play at The Tinker Yard is child-led and respectful of the needs of children. Our Play Makers understand the important role environment plays in nurturing exploration, discovery and creativity. We work hard to design playspaces that allow children to fully engage with loose parts and be free to explore, experiment, create, innovate and invent. Come visit us to find out more about our advocacy.   Masak Masak @ The Tinker Yard A facilitated play programme...

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Monsters Under the Bed @ Waterloo

Monsters Under the Bed have been ahead of the trend since 2006. This was way before the Education Minister started talking about the importance of knowledge over grades; way before creative thinking is valued over memory skills; way before society realised that we are churning out top graders who have little ability to think critically, and we have been cracking our heads for more than a decade to come up with a sure-win, short-cut method to thinking creatively and writing great stories. We couldn’t come up with any. However, we did come up with a very simple formula that guides how we train our students to be the best they can be. This may take some time (6 months to...

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