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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (27th Jul - 2nd Aug 2020)

1. Nadin and the Killer Swordfish – Storytelling Session by Gateway Theatre Photo credits Gateway Theatre Location: Online Date: 1 Aug – 29 Aug 2020 (every Saturday) Hour: 11 am Fare: Free Although Gateway Theatre has not opened yet, little ones can continue to immerse themselves in fascinating tales as the Gateway Theatre continues to broadcast their storytelling sessions online. The sessions will premier every Saturday at 11 am via a private link. To receive the link, you have to join their mailing list. This month, the storytelling sessions will revolve around the theme of local folk tales starting with the tale of Nadim and the Killer Swordfish this week. The story follows the adventures of local boy Nadim who...

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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (20th - 26th Jul 2020)

1. Travel-in-Style Photo credits The Tiara Society Location: Online Date: 20 Jul – 24 Jul 2020 | 1 Aug – 29 Aug 2020 Hour: 10 am – 12 pm Fare: $15/session (register) Suitable Ages: 6 years and above If your little ones miss traveling the globe for the holidays, check out ‘Travel-in-Style’. The event promises to bring them around the world, allowing little ones to discover a world of culture, etiquette and delectable food through Open Mind's highly acclaimed program. Photo credits The Tiara Society You can enhance the online travel experience with Dine-in-Style, where children can enjoy international meals sent directly to your home! Parents may choose to order more than one meal for your family and friends of...

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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (13th - 19th Jul 2020)

1. Ready for KiDLit! Photo credits Singapore Book Council Location: Online – Live Stream Date: 18 Jul 2020 Hour: 10.00 am – 4.30 pm (45 mins/session) Fare: Free (register here) Join some of the beloved children’s book writers and illustrators online as they show you how to do dramatized storytelling, write wacky poems, learn about emotions, and outdraw each other in an epic illustrator’s battle in Ready for KidLit! There are a total of five sessions, each one 45 minutes long. The event will be live-streamed on Singapore Book Council’s Facebook and YouTube page. 2. Reducing Stress with Art Sessions for Kids Photo credits Thrive Psychology Clinic Location: Online – Live Stream Date: 20 Jul | 3 Aug | 17...

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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (22nd - 28th Jul 2019)

1. Have a Jolly Jamboree with Your Little Tots at the AIA Family Fest! [Register Now for Your AIA Family Fest goodie bag] Location: The Promontory @ Marina Bay Date: 10 Aug – 11 Aug 2019 Hour: 10 am – 10 pm Admission: Free The AIA Family Fest features a buffet of exciting activities and games spanning across the past, present and the future! From giant nostalgic games like hopscotch and country flag eraser battles, old school arcade games (think Pac-Man) and bouncy castles to Virtual Reality games and Spartan Kids Obstacle Challenge, there’s just to keep you and your little ones busy!  You can also expect movie marathon, soccer clinics, kids-friendly workshops, and upcycling activities. For more information, click...

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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (15th - 21st Jul)

1. Join in the Merrymaking at The Dragon Boat Funival! Location: HomeTeamNS Sembawang, Swimming Pool, 301 Canberra Road, Singapore 759774 Date: 20 Jul 2019 Hour: 10 am – 5 pm Admission: Family Tug-of-war BundleMember: $30/team of 4Guest: $50/team of 4 Carnival Only: $10/pax Gather up your family to join in the Family Tug-of-War Dragonboat, the first-ever tug-of-oars challenge in a pool setting happening at HomeTeamNS Sembawang! And if the Family Tug-of-War is not your cup of tea, maybe the carnival might be. You can expect Bouncy Castle, games such as Giant Jenga and Giant Uno, Food Live Stations, Craft activities and much more! For more information, click here. Photo credits HomeTeamNS 2. Learn The Tricks of the Trade at Out...

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