12 Children’s Day Activities Not To Be Missed!

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<Photo Credit: Esplanade> 12 Children’s Day Activities Not To Be Missed (2019) This year, Children’s Day falls on 4 October, Friday. You can look forward to a long weekend of activities catered to the little rugrats. Don't know where to bring your kids to? Here are 12 activities in Singapore you should check out. Free, fun and enriching activities included, of course! P.S. Don't forget to check out the 13 kid-friendly Halloween events too!    1. CATalysts – A Promenade Theatre Performance <Picture Credit: Science Centre Singapore> ‘CATalysts’ is KidsSTOP™ & Singapore Repertory Theatre’s first-ever STEAM-themed promenade theatre performance! Experience a story that helps children (and adults) understand emotions as you walk about from scene to scene guided by actors. You will also be given a headset to be immersed in the performance. Following the performance, you get to be hands-on with science experiments in the Splashes of Emotions. This workshop explores different mystery liquids and colours and the emotions they represent. About CATalysts Madame Curie, the KidsSTOP™ Cat, has been 'catnapped' by the grouchy inventor Dr FeelBad, whose mission is to make everyone feel bad, always. Recruited by the familiar KidsSTOP™ mascots, Jo and Win, join the adventure, spurred on by Madame Curie’s advice to "Always question. Always wonder”. Venturing by rocket, train and even dinosaur, they set on a rescue mission to bring Madame Curie home and get to the bottom of why Dr FeelBad feels so bad. When: Tues, 24 Sept - Thurs, 10 Oct, multiple timingsWhere: KidsSTOP™, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433Age: 3+Admission: $25/pax, regardless of audience group 2. Fight The Deadliest Monster <Picture Credit: Wildlife Reserve Singapore> Over a million animals are killed each year when they mistake plastic waste for food or get entangled in plastic debris. Plastic waste in our environment never breaks down and never goes away. Parents, make it your duty to teach your kids about the environment. Answer the call of the wild to fight the deadliest monster - plastic! 2.1 Fight the Deadliest Monster Pledge WallMonster-busters unite! Take simple steps to fight the deadly plastic monster. Pledge at Penguin Coast at Jurong Bird Park and Frozen Tundra at Singapore Zoo. Together, everyone plays a part to protect our wildlife! When: Tues, 1 Oct - Thurs, 31 Oct, 8.30am - 6.00pmWhere: Penguin Coast at Jurong Bird Park | Frozen Tundra at Singapore ZooAge: 3 - 12Admission: Free* for local kids (3 - 12 years old) *Free admission for one child with each full paying adult admission. 2.2 Shore Debris TableWitness the extent of plastic build up in aquatic habitats through the interactive Shore Debris Table. Participate in it to understand where the plastic waste ends up when it is not properly discarded. Decorate a card using the plastic pieces provided.   When: 4, 28 and all weekends in Oct, 10.00am - 4.00pmWhere: Penguin Coast at Jurong Bird Park | Frozen Tundra at Singapore ZooAge: 3 - 12Admission: Free* for local kids (3 - 12 years old) *Free admission for one child with each full paying adult admission. 2.3 Recycle RacersRace with your family to sort common household trash in the right bins. Learn how binning trash right will keep plastic waste out of wild habitats. When: 4, 28 and all weekends in Oct, 10.00am - 4.00pmWhere: Frozen Tundra at Singapore ZooAge: 3 - 12Admission: Free* for local kids (3 - 12 years old) *Free admission for one child with each full paying adult admission. 2.4 High Flyers ShowWatch Ippy the Scarlet Macaw, the bird park's Go Green for Wildlife ambassador demonstrates how to bin trash right to save wildlife! When: Tues, 1 Oct - Thurs, 31 Oct, 11.00am and 3.00pmWhere: Pools Amphitheatre at Singapore ZooAge: 3 - 12Admission: Free* for local kids (3 - 12 years old) *Free admission for one child with each full paying adult admission. 2.5 Splash SafariWatch Pedro the Sea Lion, the zoo's Go Green for Wildlife ambassador demonstrates how to bin trash right to save aquatic animals! When: Tues, 1 Oct - Thurs, 31 Oct, 10.30am and 5.00pmWhere: Frozen Tundra at Singapore ZooAge: 3 - 12Admission: Free* for local kids (3 - 12 years old) *Free admission for one child with each full paying adult admission. 3. Make Your Mark 2019 <Picture Credit: Playeum> In celebration of Children's Day, indoor playground Playeum invites children, who like doodling, sketching and drawing, to come celebrate the role of arts in their lives. Besides the current hands-on exhibition I-Opener, there will be fun art activities, engaging workshops, visual exhibits and roving artists awaiting the young minds! When: Fri, 4 Oct - Sat, 5 Oct, 10.00am - 5.00pmWhere: Gillman Barracks, 47 Malan Road, Singapore 109444Age: 1+Admission: $15/pax or $48 for a bundle-of-4 4. Sci-Kids @ SAFRA Jurong <Picture Credit: SAFRA Jurong> This Children's Day, get ready to be entertained by the wonders of science. It is an afternoon your little ones won't forget. Their curious minds and senses will be piqued by fantastic science shows and experiments. See how a glass of water is turned upside down without even spilling a drop, experience “lightning” for a hair-raising moment and more! When: Sat, 5 Oct, 2.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: 333 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 649848Age: 3+Admission: Free for SAFRA members. $2 for guests. Register online or visit SAFRA Jurong Customers Service Counter 5. Octoburst! 2019 – A Children’s Festival  <Picture Credit: Esplanade> It is all about fun, friendship and imagination at the 17th edition of Octoburst!. Families can enjoy the arts with an exciting line-up of interactive performances and activities. There are free and ticketed programmes. Here are our picks! 5.1 PIParade <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Everyone is invited to join in the PIParade as families troop down the waterfront led by the children’s mascot PIP and the young performers from both Kinderland Preschool Marching Band and Stage Ensemble, as well as the Maha Bodhi School Symphonic Band.  Come dressed in your favourite PIP-inspired colours and don’t forget to check out the Festival Corner for a parade craft! When: Fri, 4 Oct, 5.00pmWhere: Esplanade Forecourt GardenAge: 3+Admission: Free 5.2 A Ladder to the Stars <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Told through a magical mix of music, light and imagination, this is a heartfelt and humorous story of what can happen when a twinkling star hears a little girl’s birthday wish to dance...with the stars. When: Fri, 4 Oct - Sun, 6 Oct, 10.30am, 2.00pm & 4.30pmWhere: Esplanade Recital StudioAge: 3+Admission: $25/pax. Tickets selling fast!  5.3 PIParade Craft <Picture Credit: Esplanade> Swing by the Festival Corner to create your very own PIParade party hat or wand in your favourite colours. Bring it along with you as you join in the festivities this Octoburst!. When: Fri, 4 Oct - Sun, 6 Oct, 11.00am - 6.00pmWhere: Esplanade Festival CornerAge: 3+Admission: Free  5.4 Pipe-ful Play Garden <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Back again by popular demand, don’t miss this interactive community artwork that encourages teamwork, creativity, learning and family bonding through play. Let your imagination take flight and team up with others to build an ever-changing pipe-maze.  When: Fri, 4 Oct - Sun, 6 Oct, 11.00am - 7.00pmWhere: Esplanade CourtyardAge: 3+Admission: Free  5.5 Colour a Tote Bag by Club Med <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Family can take pictures with funky Club Med photo boards. Children can show off their colouring skills on their very own Club Med tote bags. Best part? Stand a chance to win a 3D2N Club Med Bintan Island resort stay for a family of four by participating in the lucky draw! When: Fri, 4 Oct - Sun, 6 Oct, 11.00am & 3.00pm (3 hours)Where: Esplanade ConcourseAge: 4+Admission: Free. While stocks last. 6. The Little Tailor Boy <Picture Credit: The Garage Singapore> Let your kids join The Garage for an afternoon of interactive storytelling session filled with fun arts & craft and scrumptious snacks! About The Little Tailor Boy The King has called for a challenge to hunt a boar, capture a unicorn and slay a giant. The reward? Endless food supply! Meet the little tailor boy who accepted the challenge. When: Sat, 5 Oct, 3.00pm & 6.00pmWhere: The Garage, Level 2, 50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore Botanic Garden, S257488Age: 3 - 10Admission: $35/child or $30/child for a group of 3.   7. Dance Games: Shake and Waddle <Picture Credit: Little Day Out> Gather your family members for 'Shake & Waddle'! It is a modern twist to 'Snake & Ladders'. Try to be the first team to reach the no.“100” spot on the 1-100 board by completing dance challenges with your team. How to play? Players will be divided into 4 teams. The leader of each team will roll the dice and on every number/colour (eg. 13 or blue), there is a dance challenge/mission attached to it. To win each challenge, all team members must participate in this dance activity, then the team gets to roll the dice again to advance on the board. If they fail, the team will roll the dice again to move further back. (eg. roll the dice 2nd time - 3, and you move 3 spaces back). The dance challenges get more difficult as the players advance on the board. When: Fri, 4 Oct, 6.00pm - 8.00pm and Sat, 5 Oct, 4.00pm - 6.00pmWhere: Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East, 307 Yishun CentralAge: 5+Admission: Free. Register here 8. The Finder Kids’ Monster Mashup Halloween @ Wheeler’s Estate <Picture Credit: The Finder Singapore> Children's Day meet Halloween? This simply screams fun! The Finder Kids’ Monster Mashup Halloween is a kooky Halloween carnival filled with fun activities perfect for kids. There will be a Monster Hunt, terrifyingly delicious treats and the best costume contest. Make this your pre-Halloween warm-up event if you will. When: Fri, 4 Oct, 3.00pm - 6.00pmWhere: Wheeler's Estate, 2 Park Lane Singapore 798386 Park Ln, Singapore 798386Age: 2 - 12Admission: Free, but need to register online by September 27, 2019 9. Children's Day Carnival by School of Concepts <Picture Credit: School of Concepts> Enjoy an evening packed with fun activities and delectable food at School of Concepts' Children's Day Carnival. The highlight? An interactive and enriching storytelling session that follows the adventures of Umi the Rainbow Unicorn. All children will also go home with goodie bags. In conjunction with storytelling, there are other fun programmes too. You get to play exciting games, stuff your faces with sliders (that you build yourself!), get your face painted, and bring home an adorable balloon sculpture! When: Sat, 5 Oct, 6.30pm - 8.30pmWhere: 10 Eunos Road 8, #02-132 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600Age: 3+Admission: $19.90/pax 10. Children's Fiesta at Our Tampines Hub <Picture Credit: Our Tampines Hub> This Children's Fiesta is a 3-day fiesta that will bound to put a smile on your kid's face. It features a 20-metre Zipline, Piñata Games, special candyfloss from Totti Candy Factory and art & craft workshops. When: Fri, 4 Oct - Sun, 6 Oct, 12.00pmWhere: 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523Age: 4+Admission: Free 11. ArtScience Museum: Children's Day Specials <Picture Credit: ArtScience Museum Visit ArtScience Museum this Children's Day to find out how the museum balances art, science, technology and creativity. Things to do? You can participate in fringe activities, colour your own Koinobori bag, learn a song as you go, and explore how simple coding can be! 11.1 Playing with Coding <Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum> Tinker with the basics of coding in this exclusive programme. Check out how coding is used in our daily lives, try your hand at some basic concepts and get active testing your “codes” with your children. When: Fri, 4 Oct, 11.00am - 12.00pmWhere: Rainbow Room, Basement 2, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974Age: 4+Admission: $5 per participant, up to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. 11.2 Colours of Koinobori <Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum> The Koinobori are carp-shaped windsocks traditionally used in Japan to celebrate Children’s Day. Colour in your very own Koinobori and join in story-telling and sing-along session to find out more about this culturally significant fish in Japan! When: Fri, 4 Oct, 2.00pm - 4.00pmWhere: Rainbow Room, Basement 2Age: 4+Admission: $5 per participant, up to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. 11.3 Make Your Own Tote Bag <Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum> Experience silkscreen printing – from the creative use of positive and negative spaces to preparing a screen, then printing on fabric with special inks. Lastly, design your custom-made tote bag by choosing your favourite print combination and colourway! When: Fri, 4 Oct, 4.30pm - 5.30pmWhere: The Sun, Basement 1Age: 4+Admission: $5 per participant, up to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. 12. Amazonia Children's Day Carnival 2019 <Picture Credit: Amazonia> The Amazonia Children’s Day Carnival is where your children would want to be seen. It will be jam-packed with all things fun, including impact wall games, treasure hunt, magic show and a giant Jenga competition! Don't worry, parents won't be neglected. There will be grown-up activities like a You-Tuber workshop, wine sampling and pilates catered just for you!Note: The first 200 kids will receive a goodie bag each.  When: Fri, 4 Oct, 1.00pm - 9.00pmWhere: Great World City, #03-113 , 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994Age: 1 - 15Admission: $32 per child (1-3 years) | $42 per child (3-15 years)Tickets to Carnival Games Stalls are sold separately at $10/carnival sheet. Email info@amazoniafun.com or call Amazonia at 6235 4510 / 6836 2544 13. Come Celebrate Children’s Play! (*Bonus) <Picture Credit: Good Pathways> Together with the Play Therapists of Good Pathways, celebrate the joys of Play. There will be a 'blow paint' activity that encourages positive attachment and bonding between you and your child. At the end of the event, you get to take home a piece of art! When: Sat, 5 Oct, 6.30pm - 8.30pmWhere: Singapore Botanic Gardens - Tembusu Tree, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569Age: 3+Admission: Free. Register here. 14. The Greatest Children’s Carnival by St. John's Chapel (*Bonus) <Picture Credit: St. John Chapel> Join the St. John Chapel at their Children's Day celebration. There will be songs, Bible story, free dinner and tons of fun. Expect bouncy castles, multi-player ring toss, aeroplane toss, a giant inflated Plinko game and so much more! When: Sat, 5 Oct, 2.30pm - 7.00pmWhere: St. Margaret's Secondary School, 111 Farrer Road, Singapore 259240Age: 4 - 12Admission: Free. Register by 25 Sept 2019. Don't just go yet! 😒 We think you will like this article too: 13 Kid-Friendly Halloween Fun You Need To Know (2019) Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (12 Children’s Day Activities Not To Be Missed (2019)) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! 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13 Kid-Friendly Halloween Fun You Need To Know!

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13 Kid-Friendly Halloween Fun You Need To Know (2019) The season of spooks is back! It is time to dust off your costumes and bring out the pumpkin candy holders. Put on your best witches’ hat and go trick or treating at any of these convivial activities this Halloween.P.S Looking for a costume to attend one of these Halloween events? Don't forget to check out our range of costumes!   1. A Crafty No-Sew Halloween Costume Making for Kids <Photo Credit: Creatopia Singapore> Tired of pulling the same old Halloween costumes from the racks? Join Creatopia Singapore for a crafty DIY afternoon to design and make your kid's Halloween costume! If you have a fangtastic idea for a costume that doesn’t require sewing, bring that picture along (could be a sketch or picture or book) and instructor Michele will help you construct. Using just humble, craft materials, cardboard boxes, some good old fashioned elbow grease and a blast of imagination, you never have to worry about another kid wearing the same costume. Best of all, there’s no sewing involved! When: Sat, 12 Oct 2019, 2.00pm - 5.15pmWhere: Studio Three Sixteen, 219 Henderson Road, #06-04, Singapore 159556Age: 5 - 8Ticket: $90. Each ticket admits a parent and child pair and includes all material costs. 2. Unicorn Pumpkins Party <Photo Credit: Abrakadoodle Art Studio for Kids> Join the Abrakadoodle Art Studio for Kids as they host their own Halloween party, complete with ghoulish snacks, haunted activities and some scary crafts. Dress your spookiest and show out at the costume contest! When: Fri, 18 Oct 2019, 3.00pm - 6.00pmWhere: Abrakadoodle, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-104, Great World City, Singapore 237994Age: 3 - 9Fee: $65 (U.P $130) 3. Trails Of The Forbidden Forest – Twisted Fairyland Edition <Photo Credit: SAFRA Punggol> Possess a gallant heart? Brave through the haunted maze in the Forbidden Forest with your family and rescue Princess Gabbie from the evil witch's clutches! Do not worry if you think it is too scary for your children. You can always dip your toes in something more kid-friendly at the Carnival Games Booth, or get your hands on some Halloween Craft Activities. Complete the feartastic experience with a slew of complimentary carnival food. The best-dressed kid will be crowned so remember to don your child in Halloween's spookiest! When: Sat, 19 Oct 2019, 6.00pm - 11.00pmWhere: SAFRA Punggol, 9 Sentul Crescent, Singapore 828654Age: 3 - 12Admission: $15 for SAFRA Member and $20 for guests (1 parent and 1 child). Register online by Wed, 16 Oct 4. The Finder Kids' Trick or Treat Halloween Hunt! <Photo Credit: The Finder Singapore> Help your little monsters put on on their spookiest best because they are invited to The Finder Kids’ Trick-or-Treat Halloween Hunt at Cluny Court! It is going to be a fangtastic afternoon filled with awesome activities such as the Halloween Hunt, photo-taking, terrifyingly delicious treats and a costume contest. Lots of candy and goodie bags are up for grabs! So what are you waiting for? RSVP now as spaces are limited. When: Fri, 25 Oct 2019, 3.00pm - 6.00pmWhere: Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259760Age: 2 - 12Ticket: Free admission but pre-registration is required by 18 October 2019. 5. Spookid Halloween <Picture Credit: Serious About Preschool> The inaugural Spookid Halloween is hosted by Serious About Preschool. Expect programmes like SpooKID Dance Classes, SpooKID Activities and Games, magic show and balloon sculpting. There is even a Best Dress Munchkin Contest. So don't forget to dress your little monsters up! When: Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 10.30am - 1.00pmWhere: Cool De Sac Indoor Playground @ Suntec City, Temasek Boulevard, West Atrium, #02-379/380, Singapore 038983Age: 3 - 6Admission: Usual SpooKID Event Rate: $48/$58. Register now for early bird special. 6. Spooktacular Kid's Halloween Party <Picture Credit: Fat Chap> Ghoulsome fun activities await you and your little candy-fueled tricksters at Fat Chap. Look forward to gathering bucketful of candies from trick-or-treating. You could even get your hands dirty with faboolous workshops such as DIY dirt cakes, mocktails and cookie decorating. What's Halloween without a costume party? Come dressed in your spookiest with your little monsters and take part in the Best Costume Competition. Winners will get to walk away with a mystery gift. There is also a free-flow boo-ffet spread of fangtastic bites like Broken Finger Bao, Skeleton Ribs, Frankie-stein in a Coffin, Scary Monster Chocolate Cupcakes, Eye Ball Cake Pops and many more. Bone appétit! When: Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 12.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: Fat Chap, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, Tower 4, #01-643, Singapore 038983Age: 3 - 6Admission: $35++/pax, *FREE* for kids aged 4 & below (Group discount for 4 pax & above: 10% off)For reservations: email to hello@fatchap.sg or call +65 6836 5994. 7. Fang-tastic Halloween: Escape Room Challenge <Photo Credit: SAFRA Tampines> Gather your family and embark on this fear-tastic adventure brought to you by SAFRA Tampines. Work together to complete tasks and solve puzzles. Light refreshments will be provided. All participants will also walk away with a Halloween themed goodie bag. Do you have what it takes to escape?  P.S. Dress your little ones in the most creative costume and stand to win attractive prizes.  When: Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 1.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: SAFRA Tampines, Theatrette, 1/A Tampines Street 92, Singapore 528882Age: 3 - 12Ticket: Free for SAFRA Member and $15 for guests. *Pre-event registration is required. 8. MuzArt Halloween 2019 <Picture Credit: MuzArt> This Halloween, gather your mini-detectives to help MuzArt solve a crime by gathering and documenting evidence and clues through fun experiments and activities. They get to bring home a special gift to continue on their detective adventure. Also, the Best-Dressed detective also gets to walk away with a $100 CapitaLand Voucher! When: Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 9.30am - 12.30pm | 2.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: MuzArt, 135 Jurong Gateway Rd, #04-329, Singapore 600135Age: 4+Admission: $5 for MuzArtist; $10 for non-MuzArtist. 9. ACM After Dark 2019 - Tales From Beyond <Photo Credit: Asian Civilisations Museum> Chinese supernaturals meet Western fright night. Join The Asian Civilisations Museum for a night of strange tales and wicked fun. The museum has created a fantastical world full of creatures inspired by the famous 18th-century Chinese book Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio <θŠζ–‹εΏ—εΌ‚>. Get spooked by chilling performances and paranormal panellist talks, or hear haunting tales by local storytellers. You can also make a souvenir or have your fortunes drawn by local illustrators. Have you felt the shiver down your spine yet?  When: Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 7.00pm - 11.00pmWhere: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555Age: 3+Admission: Free 10. Pororo's Mini Monster Bash <Picture Credit: Pororo Park> A mini-monster bash is awaiting you and your little ones at Pororo Park. Join Pororo & friends as they dance, sing and trick or treat. Everyone is in for a scare! 10.1 Pororo & Friends Mini MusicalGroove and sing along with Pororo & Friends in their very own musical! Time: 12pm | 6pm 10.2 Monster Trick or TreatDon't forget to bring your own candy basket & costumes to go trick-or-treating. You can also visit the spooky game zones* and challenge our monsters in a game or two! Time: 1pm | 3pm | 5pm *The game zones will be open for 20 minutes per session. 10.3 Get Up & Shake to Jack-o-lantern with PororoGot two left feet? No problemo, you are still welcomed to get spooky on Pororo’s dance floor! Join Pororo in discovering mystery haunts and groove to good-old Jack-o-lantern! Time: 4pm  *The game zones will be open for 20 minutes per session. 10.4 Best Dressed MonSTAR ContestCome in your Halloween's best because the top 3 best-dressed mini-monsters* will walk away with Pororo & Friends hampers and memberships.  Time: 1pm | 3pm | 5pm *Winners will be contacted via email by 30th October 2019 When: Sat, 26 Oct 2019 - Sun, 27 Oct 2019 Where: Pororo Park Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square #02-29, Singapore 039594Age: 4+Admission: Normal admission charges apply (4-hours per entry). 11. SpookyTown 2: The Masquerade Hunt <Photo Credit: KidZania Singapore> SpookyTown returns for its annual Masquerade Ball and exciting activities are in store for the whole family. This Halloween, it is all about locating the town's missing Mayor Fabiola! Here are the key activities: 11.1 Spooky Case FilesFollowing the mysterious events that happened at SpookyTown: The Lost Carnival last year, look forward to a night of family-friendly adventure as you search for clues and embark on The Masquerade Hunt to locate Mayor Fabiola! Visit all the locations where Mayor Fabiola was last seen to complete your Spooky Case Files*. Look forward to receiving giveaways from valued partners – Discovery, Maybank, Sunshine, SUNSTAR and Win2 - upon completion! *Each kid will receive a copy of the Spooky Case Files upon admission. 11.2 Marvellous Mask Shop by MuzArtCraft your very own Masquerade Ball mask but don't forget to look out for a clue to help you locate Mayor Fabiola! 11.3 Mayor Fabiola’s MansionSneak into Mayor’s Mansion. Families can embark on a sensory walk-through of the various rooms and pick up a clue to which dress Mayor Fabiola will be wearing to the Masquerade Ball. 11.4 The MarketplacePlay carnival games and browse the stores, as you try to uncover what Mayor Fabiola stole from one of them. She was last seen trying on a hat at Hector’s Wacky Hat Shop. 11.5 Whimsical GardenWhere weird and wonderful plants reside, this is the perfect place for some photo moments and also find out what Mayor Fabiola took from here. Remember to collect your share of Haribo candies before you leave! 11.6 The Masquerade BallSpookyTown’s citizens are out to dance the night away, and rumour has it that Mayor Fabiola will be there too in disguise. Put together your clues and pick her out from the crowd. Be sure to catch a special pre-show performance by Académie of Stars 15 minutes before each Masquerade Ball commences. When: Fri, 25 Oct 2019, 1 Nov 2019, 8 Nov 2019 | Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 2 Nov 2019, 9 Nov 2019 | Sun, 27 Oct 2019, 6.30pm - 10.00pmWhere: KidZania Singapore, 31 Beach View, Sentosa #01-01/02, Singapore 098008Age: 3+Ticket: $43 for early bird and $48 on-site 12. Tayo's Terror Town! <Picture Credit: Tayo Station> Tayo and friends are waiting for you at Tayo's Terror Town. There will be mischief and scare, so don't forget to put on your best Halloween costume and come trick-or-tricking. 12.1 Bewitching Balloon BonanzaWatch as balloons are magically transformed into your favourite animal, a flower or even a sword with a blink of an eye! Time: 11.00am | 3.00pm | 8.00pm (30 mins) 12.2 Haunted MazeTime to get lost in the haunted maze, where light is the only way out! Time: 12.00pm | 4.00pm (1 hr) 12.3 Ghosts VS GunsIt is time to rid the ghosts haunting the town. Shoot them down once and for all! Time: 2.00pm | 6.00pm (30 mins) 12.4 Trick or Treat!Bring your candy bags and get into your creepiest costume, it is time for some trick-or-treating. Solve the riddle to get more sweets! Time: 1.00pm | 5.00pm | 7.00pm (30 mins) 12.5 Best-Dressed ContestDon't forget to put on your spookiest Halloween costumes when you wander around the Terror Town. The 3 best-dressed families will walk away with Tayo Station hampers and memberships. Time: 10.00am - 9.00pm *Winners will be contacted via email by 6th November 2019 When: Sat, 2 Nov 2019 - Sun, 3 Nov 2019.Where: Tayo Station, 1 Pasir Ris Close, E!Hub @ Downtown East, #03-112, Singapore 519599Age: 1 - 12Admission: Normal admission charges apply (4-hours per entry). 13. Halloween Family Carnival 2019 <Photo Credit: Power Kids Gym> This year marks Power Kids Gym's 15th Halloween party and it is going to be feartastic! Look forward to a spooktacular carnival event where great food will be served, and you will be entertained. Expect spooky, but fun activities - a Dance Arena, Crazy Haunted Castle and Bouncy Castle - to name a few, for families to enjoy together (or separately). The best-dressed in the categories - 'Scariest Costumes', 'Most Creative Costume', 'Best Family Costume', 'Cutest Costume' and 'Funniest Costume' - will be selected for an exclusive photo shoot. So make sure to have your costumes down to the T before the evening starts! When: Sat, 2 Nov 2019, 4.30pm - 9.00pmWhere: Skylight Atrium, UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Ave, Singapore 239917Age: 2 - 12Ticket: $30 per child and $20 per adult. Don't just go yet! 😒 We think you will like this article too: How To Celebrate Baby’s First Halloween? Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (12 Children’s Day Activities Not To Be Missed (2019)) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. 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10 Activities For Your Kids During the September 2019 School Holiday (Singapore)

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Where to Go and What to Do This September School Holidays? The September one-week school break is coming soon. Do not worry if you do not already have a plan. There will be plenty of fun and play for the kids even if you are not planning a trip overseas. Whether you are looking for fun activities, events or things to do with the kids, we've got you covered! Do you know? The September 2019 school holiday week coincides with the mooncake festival! 1. Visit Jurong Bird Park for Free <Picture Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group> The Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund (WRSCF) marks a decade of bird conservation, and Jurong Bird Park is offering free admission to all local residents during the September holidays. Take a walk around Jurong Bird Park and enjoy 14 free areas, including Birds of Prey, Outdoor Penguin Coast and Dinosaur Descendants. You can learn about Singapore’s Great hornbill at Hornbills and Toucans or fly over to Birds of Prey to spot one of the world’s rarest raptors – the Philippine eagle. When: Fri, 6 Sept - Sun, 15 Sept, 8.30am - 6.00pm (Last entry at 5.30pm)Where: Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925Age: 3+Admission: Free for local residents. However, nominal charges apply for entry into gated aviaries, shows and Birdz of Play area.  2. River Safari's The Quest for the River Gem <Picture Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group> A magical gem has transformed the animals at River Safari into Tokidoki characters! Join the Mermicornos and our river friends in search for the hidden magical gem this September. Be mesmerised by mermaid performances and take home limited-edition Tokidoki x River Safari pins when you complete the River Gem Trail. 2.1 River Gem Trail <Picture Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group> Learn fun facts about River Safari friends as you participate in the River Gem Trail. Complete the trail and receive a limited-edition Tokidoki x River Safari pin. When: Sat, 7 Sept - Mon, 28 Oct, 10.00am - 5.00pm (Weekends and PH only)Where: River Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826Age: 3+Admission: Normal entrance fee apply. 2.2 Photo Moments with Tokidoki Sculptures <Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group> Marvel at life-sized Tokidoki x River Safari sculptures and take that Insta-worthy photo with your favourite characters! When: Sun, 1 Sept - Thurs, 31 Oct, 10.00am - 7.00pmWhere: Around the parkAge: 3+Admission: Normal entrance fee apply. 2.3 Mesmerising Mermaid Performance <Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group> Immerse yourself in the mesmerising mermaid performance. The maidens of the sea swim gracefully alongside adorable manatees trying to find a hidden gem. When: 7, 8, 14, 15 Sept & 19, 20, 26, 27, 28 Oct, 1.00pm, 2.00pm and 3.00pmWhere: Amazon Flooded ForestAge: 3+Admission: Normal entrance fee apply. 3. Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 at Gardens by the Bay <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> 3.1 Main Event <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> Experience a unique Mid-Autumn Festival at the Gardens with breath-taking lanterns that depict stories of rich tradition and heritage. Don’t miss the tallest and widest ever display of floating lanterns stretching over 120m, and take a stroll within the Garden's very first giant revolving lantern. When: Fri, 30 Aug - Sun, 15 Sept, 7.00pm - 11.00pmWhere: Various locations, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953Age: 3+Admission: Free 3.2 Colonnade of Lights <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> Stroll by the Colonnade of Lights and enjoy these displays of lanterns painted by people from various walks of life. You can also catch a glimpse of whimsical imagination decorated by many creative hands. When: Fri, 30 Aug - Sun, 15 Sept, 7.00pm - 11.00pmWhere: ColonnadeAge: 3+Admission: Free 3.3 Mass Lantern Walk <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> The whole family can take a stroll through the Gardens amidst beautiful lantern sets, led by a magnificent LED Dragon! Free LED paper lanterns* will be provided for participants who take part in the walk. *While stock lasts, limited to one lantern per participant. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 7.15pmWhere: SG50 LatticeAge: 3+Admission: Free 3.4 Cultural Performances <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> The centre stage situated amid the dazzling Supertree Grove will showcase the life, vigour and diversity of traditional arts, including innovative interpretations and cross-over performances. *Performances only from Wednesdays through to Sundays. When: Now - 15 Sept (Wednesdays to Sundays), 8.00pm - 8.45pmWhere: Supertree GroveAge: 3+Admission: Free 3.5 Food Street <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> Singaporeans sure love to eat! Indulge in a spread of Asian delights at the Colonnade at the Supertree Grove when you get hungry from all that walking. When: Now - Sun, 15 Sept, 6.00pm - 10.00pm (Fri - Sun 11.00pm)Where: ColonnadeAge: 3+Admission: Charges apply 3.6 Fish Lantern Display <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> This pre-event highlight is created especially for the Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay. The community lantern display features fish painted by beneficiaries from YMCA. Symbolizing good luck, harmony and cheer, this colourful display makes a great backdrop for your Instagram shot!  When: Now - Sun, 15 Sept, 6.00pm - 10.00pm (Fri - Sun 11.00pm)Where: ColonnadeAge: 3+Admission: Charges apply For other Mid Autumn Festival events, click here. 4. KidZ & Innovation Holiday Programmes <Picture Credit: KidZania Singapore> This September school holiday, get a glimpse into the exciting world of science and technology at KidZania Singapore. Kids can try their hand at 3D drawing, coding, augmented and virtual reality, plus other fun activities! 4.1 Be a Drug Buster with the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) Step into the world of Augmented Reality and interact with virtual characters through this exciting anti-drug journey! When: Now - Sun, 15 SeptWhere: KidZania Main Square, 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008Age: 3+Admission: Get tickets now! *15% Off usual-priced online Adult and Kid Tickets with promo code KZSG15.  4.2 Create in 3D with Tinkermind Take your first steps into 3D printing by designing and creating objects with the 3D tinkerpen. When: 6, 7, 13 & 14 Sept Where: KidZania Main Street, 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008Age: 3+Admission: Get tickets now! *Use the above promo code to enjoy 5% off usual-priced online Adult and Kid Tickets. 5. Gallery Children's Biennale 2019: Embracing Wonder <Picture Credit: National Gallery Singapore> The second edition of Gallery Children’s Biennale 2019 invites you to experience a new dimension of creativity and open yourself up to wondrous surprises. Here are some of the programmes for September. 5.1 Super Sonic Walk <Photo Credit: National Gallery Singapore> Calling all children ages 7 to 9 to learn more about sound art. Focusing on Chance Operations by Song-Ming Ang and led by an experienced docent, kids will learn about the artist, his practice, and how to better appreciate art through facilitated discussions and activities. When: 7, 8, 14 & 15 Sept, 1.00pm - 1.30pm or 4.00pm - 4.30pm (Sat and Sun)Where: Coleman Street Information Counter, Level 1 (Next to Gallery & Co.)Age: 7+Admission: Free, but registeration required. 5.2 Embracing Animal Pop by Jecko Siompo <Photo Credit: National Gallery Singapore> Involving up to 20 adult-child pairs, Jecko Siompo's Embracing Animal Pop is a mobile participatory performance that unfolds across the Gallery in spectacular style. Each pair will use the “animal pop” dance style—pioneered, practised and taught by Siompo—that fuses animal-inspired movements and the more urban styles of pop and hip-hop. When: Sat, 7 Sept - Sun, 8 Sept, 3.00pm - 4.30pmWhere: The performance will begin at the Padang Atrium on Level 1 and Level B1 of the Supreme Court Wing of National Gallery Singapore.Age: 3+Admission: Free 5.3 Family Art Workshop: Recreate A Painting in Diorama <Photo Credit: National Gallery Singapore> Learn all about foregrounds, middle grounds and backgrounds in compositions and discover how artists use perspective through Liu Kang’s painting Life by the River and the installation Play by the River. Then recreate your own diorama of the painting under the guidance of an experienced Gallery facilitator. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 1.30pm - 3.00pmWhere: City Hall Wing, Level 1, Keppel Centre for Art EducationAge: 7+Admission: $20 per adult-child pair or $30 per adult-child trio. Book here 6. Sentosa Sandsation: Star Wars Edition <Photo Credit: Little Day Out> You do not need to travel to a galaxy far far away to seek the Force. It is already here in Singapore. Head over to Sentosa and immerse yourself amongst Star Wars characters brought to life by some of the world's most renowned sand artists, including Singapore's very own JOOheng Tan. There will also be exclusive bespoke Star Wars-themed merchandise, and free movie screenings. When: Sat, 31 Aug - Sun, 15 Sept, 10.00am - 8.30pmWhere: Sentosa Siloso BeachAge: 3+Admission: Free 7. Escape Room: Code Your Way to Freedom! <Photo Credit: Empire Code> There’s been a murder and you have to solve it. No one can leave until the murderer is found. Your team must use programming skills to figure out who the murderer is and escape the room before it is too late! When: Tue, 10 Sept and Thurs, 12 Sept, 2 slots from 4.00pm to 6.00pmWhere: Empire Code, 19 Tanglin Road, #04-15 Singapore, 247909Age: 8 - 15Admission: $10 per child which includes entry and adventure 8. My Family Fiesta @ SAFRA Punggol <Photo Credit: SAFRA Punggol> Spend quality time with your loved ones at My Family Fiesta. Everyone can have fun playing games, learning crafts, enjoying carnival bites and supporting child entrepreneurs at their booths. The kids can even try their hands on a variety of jobs – cooking, fighting fires, excavate or even presenting the news in front of a camera - too!  8.1 Big Little Boss <Photo Credit: SAFRA Punggol> Let your child be a ‘Big Little Boss’ for a day! Ignite their learning capacity and experience realistic scenarios of adult-life through a series of role-playing stations, where they will be exposed to some interesting occupations that empower your child with the necessary skillsets to manage day-to-day challenges just like an adult! Form a parent-and-child duo and complete at least two stations to redeem two stamps in the Big Little Boss card. Simply present the Big Little Boss card to receive the My Family Fiesta goodie bag! The goodie bag is limited to the first 2,000 redemptions on a first-come, first-served basis. While stocks last. When: Sun, 8 Sept, 9.00am - 6.00pmWhere: SAFRA Punggol, 9 Sentul Cres, Singapore 828654Age: 4+Admission: Limited to the first 20 pairs of parent-and-child per session. Registration is required! 9. One-North Festival 2019 <Pic Credit: Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)> This year's theme is "The Future of Everyone: Innovating for a Sustainable Planet", and will feature informative talks, interactive science tours and engaging hands-on activities. Witness how science and technology will transform the way we live and ensure a sustainable future for the next generation. In conjunction with the annual Singapore Science Festival, visitors have the opportunity to immerse themselves in high-energy activities when they visit the one-north Festival this year. 9.1 The Greatest Experiments in the World…. Ever! <Photo Credit: Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)> Royal Institution (RI) has been obsessed with science experiments and demonstrations for the last 200 years. The institution discovered chemical elements, won Nobel prizes and blown a fair few things up along the way. From inventing the modern electric world to using x-rays to see through atoms, RI has constantly been at the forefront of technological advances, using demonstrations to help everyone understand what’s going on. Join Science performer Natasha Simons and science communicator Sarah-Jane Judge, as they pull out RI’s most interesting, most loved and most explosive demonstrations. When: Fri, 13 Sept – Sat, 14 September 2019, 5.15pm - 6pmWhere: Genexis Theatre, Level 5, Fusionopolis One, 1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138632Age: 4+Admission: Free. Get tickets now. 9.2 Exploration of the Lungs and Digestive System <Photo Credit: Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)> The inflatables of the Lungs and Digestive System at this year’s one-north Festival embrace the strong educational component of discovery, as well as the fun aspects of learning about these vital organs in our body. Kids and their families are invited to visit the activity tables and tour these super-sized (and very bouncy) replicas of these important vital organs. Walking through a detailed reproduction of the super-sized lungs and the inflatable reproduction of the digestive system, visitors will learn their important and unique functions; and how they aid in the digestion of the different foods we consume. Science Explainers will be present to guide kids in their learning exploration. You and your family will walk away with a newfound appreciation of the important and unique functions of these organs and an increased awareness of how to take better care of our own health. When: Fri, 13 Sept and Sat, 14 Sept, 10.00am - 6.00pmWhere: Fusionopolis One, 1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138632Age: 3+Admission: Free 9.3 Magic Lab! <Picture Credit: Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)> In Magic Lab!, you will get to conduct 5 experiments, such as making slime, using household products to make cool colour changes, turning carbon dioxide into a solid, and recycling plastics! So don on your lab coat and goggles (provided) and start your journey as a scientist with us now! When: Fri, 13 Sept – Sat, 14 September 2019, 12.30pm, 2.30pm or 3.30pmWhere: Genexis Theatre, Level 5, Fusionopolis One, 1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138632Age: 4+Admission: Registration will open on the day of the event 10. Nickelodeon's Slime Time at City Square Mall <Photo Credit: Nickelodeon> Since the early 90s, getting slimed by bright green sludge has been a defining Nickelodeon stint. This school holiday, the first in-mall slime experience in Singapore is oozing its way to City Square Mall. This is your chance to let your little ones experience it for themselves! All you need to do is spend $50 to get an event passport to gain access to all the activities. Each passport admits one person. And redemption starts from Fri, 6 Sept. Kids are gonna have an unforgettable time with all the 'slim-tastic' activities. Besides getting drenched in gooey slime in the Slime Shower, they can play in the Slime Escape Room, unleash their creativity in the Colouring Area and make new friends at the Playground. Be sure to bring an extra set of clothes for the kiddos because they are definitely going to need a change after having the slime of their lives! When: Sat, 7 Sept, - Sun, 15 Sept, 11.00am - 9.00pmWhere: Level 1 Atrium, City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539Age: 3+Admission: Spend $50 in order to get an event passport to all activities. 11. Dream Big: Make Giant Comics! (*Bonus) <Photo Credit: Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2019> As a part of the Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2019, Difference Engine is conducting a workshop where children 8 to 12 years old are invited to pour their imaginations onto a big sheet of paper. They will learn how to fine-tune a story, the dialogues, characters, and expressions into a larger-than-life comic. Drawing materials will be provided. When: Sun, 8 Sept, 10.00am to 11.30amWhere: National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street Singapore, 188064Age: 8 - 12Admission: $11.24 Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (Where to Go and What to Do This September School Holidays?) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! 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Top 10 Kid-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 Events in Singapore

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<Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall> Top 10 Kid-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 Events in Singapore This year, the Mid-Autumn Festival will take place on Friday, 13 September. Also known as the Lantern Festival or Mooncake Festival, the Singapore Mid Autumn Festival is one of the most popular events celebrated by the Singaporean Chinese community. Many families go out to see the various Chinese lantern displays at night or take a stroll in their local parks. Kids, especially, enjoy the Mid-Autumn Festival because they get to feast on delicious mooncakes while holding soft-lit lanterns shaped like their favourite cartoon characters! We took the liberty to list down the top 10 Mid-Autumn events to go with your little ones. Note: This year's Mid Autumn Festival coincides with the September school holidays.  1. Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 at Gardens by the Bay <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> 1.1 Main Event <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> Experience a unique Mid-Autumn Festival at the Gardens with breath-taking lanterns that depict stories of rich tradition and heritage. Don’t miss the tallest and widest ever display of floating lanterns stretching over 120m, and take a stroll within the Garden's very first giant revolving lantern. When: Fri, 30 Aug - Sun, 15 Sept, 7.00pm - 11.00pmWhere: Various locations, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953Age: 3+Admission: Free 1.2 Colonnade of Lights <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> Stroll by the Colonnade of Lights and enjoy these displays of lanterns painted by people from various walks of life. You can also catch a glimpse of whimsical imagination decorated by many creative hands. When: Fri, 30 Aug - Sun, 15 Sept, 7.00pm - 11.00pmWhere: ColonnadeAge: 3+Admission: Free 1.3 Mass Lantern Walk <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> The whole family can take a stroll through the Gardens amidst beautiful lantern sets, led by a magnificent LED Dragon! Free LED paper lanterns* will be provided for participants who take part in the walk. *While stock lasts, limited to one lantern per participant. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 7.15pmWhere: SG50 LatticeAge: 3+Admission: Free 1.4 Cultural Performances <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> The centre stage situated amid the dazzling Supertree Grove will showcase the life, vigour and diversity of traditional arts, including innovative interpretations and cross-over performances. *Performances only from Wednesdays through to Sundays. When: 30 Aug - 15 Sept (Wednesdays to Sundays), 8.00pm - 8.45pmWhere: Supertree GroveAge: 3+Admission: Free 1.5 Food Street <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> Singaporeans sure love to eat! Indulge in a spread of Asian delights at the Colonnade at the Supertree Grove when you get hungry from all that walking. When: Fri, 30 Aug - Sun, 15 Sept, 6.00pm - 10.00pm (Fri - Sun 11.00pm)Where: ColonnadeAge: 3+Admission: Charges applied 1.6 Fish Lantern Display <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> This pre-event highlight is created especially for the Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay. The community lantern display features fish painted by beneficiaries from YMCA. Symbolizing good luck, harmony and cheer, this colourful display makes a great backdrop for your Instagram shot!  When: Now - Sun, 15 Sept, 6.00pm - 10.00pm (Fri - Sun 11.00pm)Where: ColonnadeAge: 3+Admission: Charges applied 2. Bicentennial Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 at Chinatown <Picture Credit: Chinatown Festivals> Over at Kreta Ayer, Mid-Autumn Festival and Bicentennial celebrations come together for a month-long extravaganza of high-octane stage performances and cultural activities. Themed "Bicentennial Mid-Autumn Festival 2019" ( ζ¬’εΊ† εΌ€εŸ δΈ€η™ΎεΉ΄ 花ε₯½ζœˆ εœ†εΊ† δΈ­η§‹), there is no better place to experience Singapore's Chinese heritage than at the heart of our very own Chinatown. 2.1 Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 Official Light-Up and Opening Ceremony <Photo Credit: artsrepublic.sg> The celebration for Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 will kick start with the highly-anticipated Opening Ceremony, which includes the Official Street Light-up, dragon dance performance, as well as an exciting line-up of multicultural song and dance performances by local and overseas troupes from China. Finally, catch the spectacular fireworks displays lined up for the grand finale! When: Sat, 31 Aug, 8.00pm - 10.30pmWhere: New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen StreetAge: 3+Admission: Free 2.2 Street Light-up <Photo Credit: Chinatown Festivals> Soak in the festivities and celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown, where traditional Chinese culture comes alive. To commemorate Singapore Bicentennial, the street light-up will depict the story of Singapore in the last 200 years. In addition, be enchanted by the decorations of Chinatown as New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street, South Bridge Road and the inner streets of Chinatown are adorned with colourful traditional lanterns. When: Sat, 31 Aug - Sat, 28 Sept, 7.00pm - 12.00am (2am on Fri and Sat)Where: Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street and South Bridge RoadAge: 3+Admission: Free 2.3 Heritage + Food Trail <Photo Credit: Chinatown Festivals> Discover Chinatown's heritage and culture in this walking trail that covers Kreta Ayer Road, Sago Street, Pagoda Street and New Bridge Road. On top of the heritage trail, you get to eat your way through the selected hawker stalls that are mainstays in the local hawker culture. When: 1 Sept, 7 - 8 Sept (Sat and Sun), 3.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: ChinatownAge: 3+Cost of t: $10, inclusive of a set of 5 food coupons. Register here. 2.4 Mass Lantern Walk <Photo Credit: Mark Cheong for The Straits Times> Immerse yourself in the festive spirit as you join hundreds in this leisurely-paced parade procession under the full moon. While you stroll, feast your eyes on the dazzling displays around Chinatown. Don’t forget the impressive acts of the dragon dance troupes, energetic cheerleaders and the percussion band along the way too! The lantern walk will conclude with stage performances, pyrotechnics and fireworks display in the heart of Chinatown. When: Sun, 8 Sept, 7.00pm - 10.00pmWhere: From Kreta Ayer Square to New Bridge RoadAge: 3+Admission: Free 3. Moonfest 2019 <Picture Credit: Esplanade> Moonfest is an annual traditional Chinese arts festival held at Esplanade in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Now in its 15th edition, Moonfest presents the opportunity for everyone to be exposed to and rediscover the intrinsic beauty of traditional Chinese arts through an exciting line-up of free programmes and ticketed workshops. 3.1 Silvery Moonlight, Swaying Shadows <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Celebrate the full moon night with NUS Chinese Dance as they present classical Chinese and ethnic dance performances with elegance and gracefulness. When: Fri, 13 Sept, 7.00pm, 8.15pm & 9.30pm (45 mins with no intermission)Where: Esplanade Outdoor Theatre, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981Age: 3+Admission: Free  3.2 Lantern Walkabout <Photo Credit: Esplanade> On this moonlit night, enjoy a lovely stroll along the Esplanade Waterfront night with family and friends, while carrying your favourite lantern. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 7.30pmWhere: Esplanade Forecourt Garden, 8 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039802Age: 3+Admission: Free 3.3 Parent-Child Workshop: Nostalgic Lantern-making <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Learn to make your own lantern using materials such as cellophane paper. Parents can bond with their children through this hands-on activity and create their very own traditional Mid-Autumn Festival lanterns. The lessons are conducted in English & Mandarin. When: Sat, 14 Sept - Sun, 15 Sept, 1.30pm and 4.30pm (1 hour 30 mins)Where: Esplanade Bay Room, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981Age: 6+Admission: 1 Adult + 1 Child ($30). Tickets must be purchased as an adult-child package. 3.4 Parent-Child Workshop: Fun with Shadow Puppetry <Photo Credit: Esplanade> Learn about Chinese shadowy puppetry from the skilled puppeteers of the Taishan Shadow Puppet Art Troupe. Families will discover the rich history behind the art form and make their very own shadow puppet to bring home after the session! The workshops are conducted in Mandarin. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 2.00pm and 4.30pm (1 hour 15 mins)Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981Age: 6+Admission: 1 Adult + 1 Child ($30). Tickets must be purchased as an adult-child package. 4. Mid-Autumn Festival at Robertson Quay <Picture Credit: Singapore River Festival 2019> From lantern walkabout and boat ride* to LED Ariel Kite performances under the night sky, the Singapore River will be bustling with family-friendly activities and energetic performances this Mid-Autumn Festival. It then ends on a high note with not one, but two LED Aerial Kite performances!  *Lantern walkabout and boat ride are happening only on Saturday, 14 September 2019. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 3.00pm - 10.00pmWhere: Robertson QuayAge: 3+Admission: $25 per person or $80 for a group of 4.Each ticket covers the cost of an LED lantern, boat ride and F&B vouchers. 5. Hello Kitty Run Singapore - Moon Walk Edition 2019 <Picture Credit: Hello Kitty Run> In celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival, Hello Kitty will join fans for a 5km night run at The Meadow. Besides the race, you can look forward to traditional games and Instagram-worthy Hello Kitty photo opportunities. Each registered participant is entitled to exclusive LED Hello Kitty lantern, t-shirt and tote bag. Complete the run and you will receive an exclusive Hello Kitty medal too. To encourage family with young kids to sign up, children who are born on 7th September 2016 and after, will be given free admission (without any entitlement). When: Sat, 7 Sept, 7.00pmWhere: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953Age: 3+Registration Fee: $60 (now till 25 August). Register here.The first 6,000 participants to register will receive a Halal Hello Kitty mooncake! 6. Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall>  Discover and experience the customs and traditions at the Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival. This year's programmes include trails around Balestier, guided tours of the museum's galleries, mooncake tasting, lantern-making workshops, the storytelling of Mid-Autumn tales, alfresco concert performances, and more. Here are the programmes not to be missed! 6.1 Sky Lantern Making Workshop  <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall>   Sky lanterns are a symbol of joy and hope. Learn how to craft your own simple sky lantern in this interactive workshop, before writing your Mid-Autumn wishes on it and sending the lantern up into the night sky. When: Sat, 7 Sept, 11.00am - 12.00pmWhere: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874Age: 3+Admission: Free, register here. 6.2 Design Your Own Mooncake Box <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall> The gifting of mooncakes to loved ones is a customary tradition of Mid-Autumn Festival, and the beautiful boxes in which these yummy treats are presented have become almost as important as the mooncakes themselves! Pick up some paint and crayons and design your very own paper mooncake box in this fun, kid-friendly craft activity. When: Sat, 7 Sept, 12.00pm - 3.00pmWhere: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874Age: 3+Admission: No registration required. 6.3 Snowskin Mooncake Workshop <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall> Try your hand at making yummy snow skin mooncakes in this hands-on workshop! Have fun kneading, shaping and moulding your own snow skin mooncakes, and learn more about why the legends behind mooncakes and why we celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with these sweet treats.  When: Sun, 8 Sept, 11.00am - 12.00pmWhere: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874Age: 3+Admission: $5 per person. Register here.This workshop will be conducted in English. 6.4 Paper Lantern Colouring Craft <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall> Complete your Mid-Autumn experience and have fun designing your very own Paper Lantern! Express your creativity in this kid-friendly craft session and bring your lantern to life. When: Sun, 8 Sept, 2.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874Age: 3+Admission: No registration required. 6.5 “Moonflowers of Mid-Autumn” Workshop <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall> Produced by local artist and sculptor Lee Yun Qin, “Moonflowers of Mid-Autumn” is a luminescent sustainable art installation featuring glow-in-the-dark flower sculptures crafted from intricate wire mesh and solar-powered LED bulbs. Learn how to create your own “Moonflower” sculpture in this hands-on session, and pay homage to the ancient Mid-Autumn tradition of lighting lanterns under the full moon! When: Sat, 7 Sept - Sun, 8 Sept, 4.00pm - 5.00pmWhere: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874Age: 3+Admission: Available on a first-come, first-served basis. 6.6 Evening Concert <Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall> Experience wonder and delight in this dynamic showcase of cultural and contemporary arts! The line-up includes festival highlights such as the release of giant sky lantern helium balloons as well as a stunning laser light show on the origins of Mid-Autumn Festival. Other performances include an interactive drama performance on the legends of Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese belly-dancing, live music performances and more. When: Sat, 7 Sept - Sun, 8 Sept, 6.30pm - 8.30pmWhere: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874Age: 3+Admission: No registration required. 7. Spurbox's Junior Gourmet Mid-Autumn Festival Edition   This Mid-Autumn Festival, Spurbox will organise 3-in-1 class of thematic storytelling, baking and craft for you and your child. Besides the enjoyable bonding time, your little one can use this opportunity to unleash their creativity and develop their motor skills too! There are a few different classes to choose from. Here are the ones starting in September. 7.1 [Junior Gourmet] Tsum Tsum Flaky Mooncakes <Photo Credit: Spurbox> Course Outline Bake: 3pc of adorable flaky mooncake in Tsum Tsum design Craft: Mid-Autumn flower craft Storytime: Jade Rabbit Bring home: Recipe + mooncakes + craft The class will last for 1.5 hours. All materials, including art apron, craft materials, packaging are provided. When: Sat, 31 Aug - Sun, 1 Sept, 9.00am / 11.00am / 1.00pm / 3.00pm / 5.00pmWhere: K.H KEA Building, #07-00, 333 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188721Age: 3 - 12Admission: $45 (1 accompanying adult is allowed per child. Accompanying parent do not require an additional ticket) 7.2 [Junior Gourmet] 3D Traditional Mooncakes <Photo Credit: Spurbox> Course Outline Bake: 3pc of exquisite 3D traditional skin mooncake Craft: Mid-Autumn card craft Storytime: Han Dynasty Bring home: Recipe + mooncakes + craft This class lasts for 1.5 hours. All materials, such as art apron, craft materials, packaging are provided! When: Sat, 7 Sept - Sun, 8 Sept, 9.00am / 11.00am / 1.00pm / 3.00pm / 5.00pmWhere: K.H KEA Building, #07-00, 333 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188721Age: 3 - 12Admission: $45 (1 accompanying adult is allowed per child. Accompanying parent do not require an additional ticket) 7.3 [Junior Gourmet] Snow Skin Cookies & Cream Mooncakes <Photo Credit: Spurbox> Course Outline Bake: 3pc of delicious cookies & cream mooncakes Craft: Lantern craft Storytime: Chang Er Bring home: Recipe + mooncakes + craft The class is 1.5 hours. All materials, including art apron, craft materials, packaging are provided! When: Sat, 14 Sept - Sun, 15 Sept, 9.00am / 11.00am / 1.00pm / 3.00pm / 5.00pmWhere: K.H KEA Building, #07-00, 333 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188721Age: 3 - 12Admission: $45 (1 accompanying adult is allowed per child. Accompanying parent do not require an additional ticket) 8. Mooncake Messenger by Chinatown Heritage Centre <Picture Credit: Chinatown Heritage Centre> Did you know that according to a Chinese legend, mooncakes were used to pass secret messages as people would hide small slips of paper into the mooncake? Head down to Chinatown Heritage Centre and try your hands at crafting a mooncake with a hidden message! When: Entire month of Sept, 10.00am - 6.00pmWhere: Chinatown Heritage Centre, 48 Pagoda Street, Singapore 059207Age: 5+Admission: Complimentary for Ticket Holders and $5 for Non-Ticket Holders 9. FamFest at Cafe Melba Goodman (Mid-Autumn Festival) <Picture Credit: Houghton & Gough Lifestyles Pte Ltd> Hosted by Houghton & Gough Lifestyles Pte Ltd and Café Melba, FAMFEST is back for another Family Fun Series - this time with the Mid-Autumn Festival Theme. There will be loads for both parents and kids to revel in. Expect a variety of engaging activities - from arts & crafts sessions to interactive games - that will keep your whole family busy for an entire day. While your kids have fun on the bouncy castle, shop to your heart's content at the amazing flea market. When the pangs of hunger strike, sit back and relax at a table in Café Melba. They will be offering special F&B deals. We suspect mooncakes will be on the menu too. Seriously, this sounds like the perfect place to spend your lazy afternoon as a family! When: Sun, 8 Sept, 11.00am - 6.00pmWhere: 90 Goodman Road Goodman Arts Centre Block N #01-56 Singapore 439053Age: 4+Admission: Free 10. Garden Treats: Mid-Autumn Special: Snowskin Mooncakes (A Culinary Workshop) Let your little ones learn to make snow skin mooncakes using plant-based ingredients. This programme also includes a guided tour around the newly enhanced Children's Garden. When: Fri, 13 Sept, 10.00am - 11.30amWhere: Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, Bukit Timah Road, 481Age: 4+Registration: $30 per child (includes all ingredients and equipment). Payment is needed upon the completion of the registration form 11. Mid-Autumn Festival Workshop by School of Concepts (*Bonus) <Picture Credit: School of Concepts> This workshop is an opportunity for parents and children to bond over the significances of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Through an interactive storytelling session, learn about the mystical story of Hou Yi, Chang'e and the Jade Rabbit. There is also a snow skin mooncake-making class ($3.00 per piece) and a game booth, where you stand to win a mystery prize. When: Sat, 14 Sept, 6.30pm - 7.30pmWhere: 10 Eunos Road 8, #02-132, SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600Age: 18 months +Admission: Free, register here. 12. Mid-Autumn Virtual Run 2019 (*Bonus) <Picture Credit: 42Race> By Mid-Autumn Festival, you would have consumed many mooncakes. But do you know that a single mooncake contains as many calories as 2 double cheeseburgers combined? That's right! It is that sinful. Fret not, join the Mid-Autumn Virtual Run to burn off the extra calories. All you need is a GPS-tracking running app (or a treadmill) and you can participate in the 3km, 5km, 10km or 21km marathon. There is no cut-off time which means everyone can complete the race at their own pace. Submit a screenshot of your tracking app or a photo of the treadmill dashboard showing your result before Sun, 16 Sept, and wait for verification upon submission. Each finisher will receive a Finisher's Medal and Finisher's e-Certificate. This race is based on the honour system, 42Race will do periodic checks on the submissions. Treat yourself, don’t cheat yourself! When: Fri, 13 Sep at 12.00am – Sun, 15 Sep at 11:59 PMWhere: This is a Virtual Race, you can join and run anywhere in the world.Age: 4+Admission: $9.99. Register by Thurs, 12 Sep (11.59pm) or while slots last. Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (Top 10 Kid-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 Events in Singapore) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. 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10 Activities For Your Kids During the June 2019 School Holiday (Singapore)

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  Where to Go and What to Do This June School Holidays? The June school holidays are upon us sooner than we thought. Do not worry if you do not already have a plan. There will be plenty of fun and play for the kids even if you are not planning a trip overseas. Whether you are looking for fun activities, events or things to do with the kids, we've got you covered! [UPDATE] We have added a new, 11th activity because we think kids are going to love it!  1. Pesta Ubin 2019 <Photo Credit: Ria Tan> Pesta (pronounced Pays-ta) Ubin is a kampung-style Open House at Pulau Ubin. Pesta Ubin is the highlight of each year of ‘Celebrating Ubin’. This year's theme is "Support Ubin Business". The aim is to preserve the unique businesses that service Ubin visitors - from bumboats and vans to the local food fare. Many Pesta Ubin activities are free of charge. Some do not even require registration. Simply come to Pulau Ubin and join the fun! Find a Pesta Ubin activity that suits your schedule and interest. Always considered visiting Chek Jawa? There is no better time to do so but on 2 June 2019 during Balk Chek Jawa – the Chek Jawa Open House. Volunteer guides will be stationed all over the boardwalk to share about Chek Jawa's amazing wildlife. With fun activities for the whole family! When: Sat, 18 May - Sun, 30 JuneWhere: Pulau UbinAge: 5+Admission: Free 2. Singapore International Children's Film Festival 2019 <Photo Credit: Singapore Film Society> The 9th Singapore International Children's Film Festival sets to educate, enrich and inspire kids through diverse and imaginative films. 8 collections of the best short films for kids from more than 30 countries will be showcased. Each programme is curated to engage your little ones in a fun, thought-provoking, and creative way. When: Mon, 27 May - Sun, 16 June, 8.00am - 7.00pmWhere: The Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, City Hall Wing, Level B1, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew's Road, Singapore 178957Age: 2+Admission: $12.90 per ticket. Purchase tickets now. 3. The Circle of Life Festival <Picture Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore> Hakuna Matata. Head over to Mandai for a day-to-night wildlife adventure. Meet the real animals seen in Disney's The Lion King like Mufasa, Simba, Timon, Pumbaa, the laughing hyenas and other favourite characters from Pride Lands. 3.1 Circle of Life Festival in the day Look out for the first-ever themed trams with musical performers as they traverse through the real-life animal counterparts of Disney’s The Lion King characters. There will be interactive storytelling at three performance points. Learn interesting facts about Lions and the Circle of Life. When: Sat, 1 June - Sat, 31 Aug, 11.00am & 4.00pmWhere: Wild Africa starting point, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826Age: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 3.2 The Lion King Insta-worthy Moments Be part of The Lion King scene and reenact movie scenes at these 3 photo-worthy spots! Remember to tag the zoo with #SingaporeZoo and #ZooCircleofLife! When: Sat, 1 June - Sat, 31 Aug, 8.30am - 6.00pm (Weekends and PH only)Where: Opposite Tram Station 4, Garden with a View and Frozen TundraAge: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 3.3 Zoolympix: Circle of Life For this year's Zoolympix, a series of African-themed activities celebrate the circle of life by showing that all animals are important in the African savannah. Pro-Tip: Bring along your Zoolympix lanyard from last year’s event and save $1. When: Sat, 1 June - Sun, 30 June, 11.00am & 4.00pm (Weekends only)Where: Around the zooAge: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 3.4 Craft Activities Be part of the beat in the Circle of Life Festival with your own DIY spin drums or try your hand at making your own animal face mask. When: Sat, 1 June - Sun, 30 June, 10.00am to 4.00pm (Weekends only)Where: Frozen TundraAge: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 3.5 Circle of Life Tour This Lion King edition takes you on a journey to meet the inhabitants of pride land. Get a rare opportunity to feed a cheetah, rhino and even meerkats. Then, witness the strength of the King with a lion tug challenge. When: Sat, 8 June - Sat, 31 August, 10.30am (only on Wed, Sat and Sun)Where: Frozen TundraAge: 3+Admission: $98 (adult) and $65 (child) 3.6 Circle of Life Festival at Dusk The festival continues to Night Safari as drummers liven up the mood followed by Night Safari’s Thumbuakar performers and their fire-twirling skills performed to the beat of jungle drums. When: Sat, 1 June - Mon, 12 August, 7.30pm (Weekends and PH only)Where: Entrance courtyard, Night SafariAge: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 3.7 Hyena Feeding and Keepers' Talk Why are Hyenas always laughing? Hear the zookeepers share interesting stories and dispel misconception around Hyena’s bad reputation while watching them chow down during the feeding session. When: Sat, 1 June - Sat, 31 August, 8.30Pm (Weekends and PH only)Where: Spotted Hyena Exhibit, Night Safari Age: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 3.8 A Wild Feast: Lion Feeding Witness these majestic cats at their most active time – feeding. When: Sat, 1 June - Sat, 31 August, 8.00pm and 9.00pm (Weekends and PH only)Where: Lion Lookout, Night SafariAge: 3+Admission: Normal charges apply 4. Children’s Special at the National Museum: Get Curious! <Picture Credit: National Museum of Singapore> Children's Special at the National Museum is celebrating the launch of their special publication for families, Get Curious! – The Official Interactive Family Guide to the National Museum of Singapore and they want you to join in their celebration. During the whole month of June, you can explore permanent galleries as a family, and discover the exciting stories of highlighted artefacts through themes such as Animals, Colours, Shapes, Transport and Values. Visit the basement level to discover magical story worlds of the land, sea and forest, play on bouncy castles, discover toys of the past and share stories of what’s in your world.  Tired of roaming around on your own? The whole family can join fun programmes such as character tours, theatrical productions, and engaging workshops where you can create your own wind-up toys and artworks. There are 11 programmes in total to choose from! When: Sat, 1 June - Sun, 30 June, 10.00am - 7.00pmWhere: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897Age: 3+Admission: Free 5. Dino Quest by Science Centre Singapore <Picture Credit: Science Centre Singapore> Get ready to be transported into a long extinct world this school holiday! Join palaeontologist Professor V and her assistant Rexon on an immersive adventure to uncover the mystery behind the elusive Australian polar dinosaurs. You get to discover how different fields of science work together in a real-life dinosaur expedition and learn more about palaeontology and the process of fossilisation. Curated by world-renowned palaeontologist Emerita Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich, DinoQuest spans across seven thematic zones that promise a multi-sensory experience unlike any other. This ambitious gamification creation blends the latest multimedia technology, from holographic mapping to augmented and virtual reality environments, with dramatic fossil displays and ancient backdrops.  When: Sat, 1 June - Sat, 31 Aug, 10.00am - 6.00pmWhere: The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081Age: 3+Admission: $18/ adult, $15/ child, $52/ family   6. Cold Storage Kids Run 2019 <Photo Credit: Enterprise Sports Group> Introduce your children to the world of healthy and active living with Singapore's first kids-focused running event. The 2019 edition of the run will be accompanied by other fringe activities to help the kids unlock their potential. Who knows, they might pick up a new hobby or two! When: Sun, 2 June - Sun, 30 June, 8.00am - 11.00pmWhere: Palawan Green, Siloso Beach Walk, SentosaAge: 6 months - 12 years oldAdmission: Depending on race categories 7. Gardens by the Bay's Children's Festival 2019 <Picture Credit: Gardens by the Bay> During the Children's Festival this year, expect the Supertree Grove at the Gardens to be transformed into a colourful carnival filled with family-friendly games and activities, inspired by your favourite toys from Toy Story!Some of the experiences festival-goers can expect to partake include Star Adventurer, where young visitors can race in self-driving cars in order to recharge Buzz Lightyear; and Bo Peep’s Adventure, a fun obstacle course for children to test their speed, agility and endurance. There will also be carnival game booths featuring Woody and Jessie. When the sun sets, get ready to be dazzled by a signature light and music show called Garden Rhapsody. The highlight of this year's festival will be the Disney X Pixar’s Toy Story 4 themed marble run track - first ever in Singapore! When: Sat, 15 June - Sun, 30 June, 10.00am - 9.00pmWhere: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953Age: 3+Admission: Free 8. Aviva Superfundae 2019 <Picture Credit: Aviva Superfundae 2019> The family that plays together stays together. There is no better event than Aviva's Superfundae to have fun as a whole family.  Aviva Superfundae is a one-of-a-kind funival where you can indulge in some unique, quirky and all-out fantastic all-day play with your family. Expect three types of play - Connective, Active and Creative - at this event. Experience play at its finest via games and activities which effortlessly fuse structured and free play. Enrich your communication skills and emotional wellbeing with activities like Mega Hungry Hippo and Craycrayspray Water Play. Hone psychomotor skills and fitness levels through Milk Dash and Tug-of-Four. Finally, get creative and hands-on with artsy workshops. So what are you waiting for? Gather the kids, parents, grandparents, siblings and friends and make this an unforgettable Saturday for all! When: Sat, 15 June, 10.00am - 9.00pmWhere: The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953Age: 3+Admission: $19.90 and $27.90 on event day. Buy your tickets here. 9. Camp KidZania: Young Artisans <Picture Credit: KidZania> Let your kids enjoy an overnight camp experience at KidZania Singapore this school holiday. Themed "Young Artisans", they can enjoy an immersive experience to glean insights on the skills and tools in the fabric and carpentry industries by sewing their own pencil case and assembling a photo frame. In this 2-day 1-night camp, participants will also learn how to be an Animal Show Presenter, get a rare behind-the-scenes tour of KidZania Singapore, and the opportunity to take on the role of an Assistant Zupervisor. At the end of this camp, your kids would have acquired vital life skills - communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking - that will prove useful back to school. When: Fri, 21 June - Sat, 22 June, 9.00amWhere: KidZania, 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008Age: 3+Admission: S$198 (for Public). Sign up here 10. Terra Minds' June Holiday Programmes 2019 <Picture Credit: Terra Minds> Besides outdoor fun, introduce some STEM education into your child's holiday schedule. Terra Mind's popular holiday programmes promise to provide enriching and exciting experiences for children to explore and investigate STEM concepts. Learning comes alive with lots of hands-on activities, experiments and crafts. There are different programmes to cater to different age groups. When: Various dates and timingsWhere: Various locationsAge: 3 - 12Admission: $58 - $75Check all programmes here. 11. Pokémon Carnival 2019 <Picture Credit: Sentosa> Exciting news for all Pokémon fans! The Pokémon Carnival is coming to the Sentosa Cove Village and for the first time in Asia, all 403 Pokémon from the Pokémon region of Alola will be seen at one place - in the guise of standees! Other highlights include the popular Pikachu Parade and meet-and-greet sessions in the evenings. There will also be various inflatables around the area, including a five-metre-tall Pikachu, as well as an inflatable slide and ball pit for the children. You can also take part in the Pokémon Adventure, where you will need to answer questions in the activity booklet correctly in order to redeem a Pokémon plushie. There will also be various Pokémon-themed games at the carnival. Complete the 4 carnival games and stand to win a set of Pokémon stickers. All prize redemptions are applicable while stocks last. When: Sat, 15 June - Sun, 30 June, 5.00pm - 9.00pmWhere: Sentosa Cove Village, SentosaAge: 3+Admission: Free *BONUS Book STEM Toys from Toy Discovery If you are staying in Punggol, consider letting your kids play and experiment with STEM toys at the comfort of your home. Toy Discovery is an online platform that supports community-based toy-sharing in Punggol. Through a curated toy collection of over 50 toys, you and your kid will be connected to a variety of premium educational toys that promotes quality learning and bonding time. Browse suitable toys for your child and book them for your child this holiday period! P.S. Toy Discovery is organising a Play Experience Contest and wants you to participate!Create a Play Experience (a toy review) on any preschool educational toy you own or booked from Toy Discovery, and stand to win tickets to popular indoor playgrounds in Singapore. Click here to find out more.Contest ends on 30 June 2019 (Sunday). Don't just go yet! 😒 We think you will like these articles too: Party Games For Both Kids & Adults 6 Muslim-Friendly Dessert Table Providers to Know in Singapore Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (Where to Go and What to Do This June School Holidays?) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! 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5 Easter Events Your Kids Will Love in 2019 (Singapore)

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  5 Easter Events Your Kids Will Love It is going to be an eggs-travagant Easter. Partake in a classic egg hunt at any of these Easter events that will happen this weekend. Your little bunnies will love it for sure!  1. Easter Eggs-travaganza with Gudetama at Jurong Bird Park <Picture Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore> Fly down to Jurong Bird Park for an Easter Eggs-travaganza! Come find Gudetama while he hangs with his feathered friends. 1.1 Hunt for Eggs, Hatch a Prize! Be eagle-eyed in your search for hidden eggs and win an exclusive Gudetama collectable. If you can find a hidden golden egg in the aviary, you also get to win special Gudetama premiums! When: Fri, 19 April - Sun, 21 April, 10am – 4pm (Last Participation - 3.45pm)Where: Waterfall Aviary, Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925Age: 3+Admission: Usual admission to Jurong Bird Park applies 1.2 Happy Snaps with Gudetama Crack a smile as you pose for pictures with super-sized Gudetama figurines, including a gigantic Gudetama inflatable! When: Now - Tues, 30 April, 8.30am – 6pmWhere: Penguin Coast and Waterfall AviaryAge: 3+Admission: Usual admission to Jurong Bird Park applies 1.3 Get Up Close with Gudetama Say “Yellow!” to the Gudetama mascot and enjoy a photo op with the egg-dorable character. When: Fri, 19 April - Sun, 21 April, 10am, 11.30am and 1pmWhere: Penguin CoastAge: 3+Admission: Usual admission to Jurong Bird Park applies 2. Camp Kido: Easter Special <Picture Credit: Camp Kilo Charcoal Club> Camp Kido will once again hop into another weekend of adventure & learning come Easter! In the spirit of this festive holiday, there will be a bunch of Easter-themed activities for your little bunnies. So bring out your bunny ears, strap on your best gear, and head down to the riverside for an egg-citing Easter day. Not only will there be a classic Easter egg hunt, but there will also be thematic activities and workshops such as Bunny Hop Race, Pin in The Tail On The Bunny, DIY Egg Suncatchers and carrot stamping to keep children egg-cited. When: Sun, 21 April, 1pm – 6pmWhere: Camp Kilo Charcoal Club, 66 Kampong Bugis #01-01, Singapore 338987Age: 5 - 10Admission: Free 3. Bollywood Veggies Easter Egg Hunt <Picture Credit: Bollywood Adventures> Embark on a jungle hunt at Bollywood Adventures. With over 500 eggs hidden around their 10-acre organic farm, this is the ultimate egg hunt you do not want to miss! Put your hunting skills to the test and find three eggs to qualify for a sure-win lucky dip. If you are one of the first 10 customers of the day, you even get to paint your eggs and take them home for free! Others can do the same for $5. There will also be a sprouting session at 10.30am each day for you to stretch your green thumbs and learn how to grow your own plants for a take-home bento. When: Fri, 19 April - Sun, 21 April, 8am – 12pmWhere: Bollywood Veggies, 100 Neo Tiew Road, Singapore 719026Age: 3+Admission: $5 (Not including egg painting)   4. Easter Carnival @ T-Play <Photo Credit: littledayout.com> This Easter, hop into T-Play for a fun-filled weekend! From themed game stations to art workshops, the indoor playground in Bukit Batok is bound to be buzzing with egg-citement. Expect an Easter egg pinata, sweet treats and a special appearance by the Easter bunny. There will also be a face painting session held on Saturday, 20 April. When: Fri, 19 April - Sun, 21 April, 10am - 9pmWhere: T-Play HomeTeamNS, 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, Singapore 659003Age: 3+Admission: Usual admission to T-Play applies 5. Egg-tastic Easter by HomeTeamNS <Picture Credit: HomeTeamNS> Hop over to HomeTeamNS Sembawang this Easter for an interactive crossword puzzle. The crossword puzzle includes the hunt for hidden eggs around the clubhouse. Solve it to redeem sweet treats! When: Sat, 20 April - Sun, 21 April, 3pm – 6pmWhere: HomeTeamNS Sembawang, Main Lobby, 301 Canberra Road, Singapore 759774Age: 3+Admission: Free Don't just go yet! 😒 We think you will like these articles too: Party Games For Both Kids & Adults Kid-Friendly Fruity Party Popcorn Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (5 Easter Events Your Kids Will Love) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. We connect you with selected suppliers and service providers for your baby and kid’s celebratory needs.πŸŽ‰ Buy or Sell your preloved or brand new party supplies easily in Singapore using ClickSell at KidiParty. πŸŽ‰ Celebrating your child’s every milestone!   Share This!   

10 Activities For Your Kids During the March 2019 School Holiday (Singapore)

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  Where to Go This March School Holidays? And just like that, the first term of school is almost over and the March school holidays (16-24 March) will soon be upon us. If you do not already have a plan for the kids, check out these must-go and super-fun activities that are happening in and around town during the welcome break! 1. 1st GUI's Farmers' Market <Photo Credit: Ground-Up Initiative's (GUI)> Kickstart a week of fun with Ground-Up Initiative's (GUI) inaugural Farmers' Market. The non-profit initiative is the community behind Kampung Kampus, a low-carbon footprint community campus. At the farmers' market, you get to learn more about sustainable practices, going zero waste and supporting local. Visitors can expect a wide variety of stalls such as fresh farm produce and handmade and natural products! You can participate in Kampung farm tours, play Kampung games and join curated workshops such as,  Local fresh farm produce by Zenxin Organic Food Singapore, Jurong Frog Farm, Fire Flies Health Farm 萀火虫ε₯εΊ·θ”¬θœε†œεœΊ Handmade and natural products such as Theo10, A For Apothecary, ε€–ζ˜ŸδΉ‹ε…‰ ETL No.9, The Eco-Statement, Artisan's Garden Singapore Craft activities by our craft unit TouchWood GUI Mouthwatering food and beverages such as Kroodi, UglyFood & Butterknife Folk Kampung tours by Ground-Up Initiative (GUI) Handcrafted Kampung Play games inspired by the piazzas of Italy Zero waste initiatives Unpackt, The Sustainability Project & Live Love Luna Fresh food for pets by Whole Animal Butchery Bee Garden Workshop & Sustainable Honey by BEE Amazed Garden Essential Oils & Workshop by OILKakis Fantastic Foods and When To Eat Them by Physician Teo Chun Huat, Singapore Thong Chai Medical Institution Healing Herbs in Singapore talk by Uncle Tan Herbs Bouldering Wall by Ground Up Climbing (Mini Challenge alert!) Free circus play by Bornfire all day How to Upcycle by Bye Bye Plastic Bags SG  Vermicomposting by Liow Oi Lian To promote mindful living, GUI encourages everyone to bring uncooked food waste to feed their organic farm and BYO shopping bags, water bottles, containers and utensils. When: Sat, 16 March, 10am - 5pmWhere: 91 Lorong Chencharu (Yishun), Singapore 769201Age: 0+Admission: Free 2. Disney's on Ice Presents Mickey's Super Celebration   This year's Disney's on Ice is set to break new ground ice with new characters. Moana and The Emotions –Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust– from Pixar’s Inside Out will make their Asia's debut. Join Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy as they embark on an epic adventure with Mickey down memory lane. With some help from his friends and the audience, Mickey journeys through Disney World’s treasured tales with the hope of finding his all-time favourite moment. You will follow Moana on her high-seas mission to find Maui at your own peril. Enter the wintery world of Arendelle as Anna and Elsa learn about true love being the most powerful magic of all and experience the mysterious magic of Fantasia as a Sorcerer’s Apprentice makes brooms come to life.  So what are you waiting for? Grab your mouse ears and get ready for the ultimate magical event no kid will reject. When: Wed, 20 March - Sun, 24 March, various timingsWhere: National Stadium, 1 Stadium Drive Singapore 397629Age: 0+Admission: $25 - $225. Buy your tickets here 3. Science Centre Singapore Holiday Programmes  <Picture Credit: Science Centre Singapore> 3.1 Kitchen Science Showdown! If your child loves making messes in the name of science, then they would definitely love Kitchen Science Showdown! Learn to cook up a storm with ingredients commonly found in the kitchen on this fun-filled day. Delve deeper into the world of scientific enquiry by conducting exciting experiments and who knows, maybe your kid will emerge victorious as the top Kitchen Scientist of KidsSTOP™? When: Wed, 20 March & Thurs, 21 March, 9.30am - 12pmWhere: The Party Room, KidsSTOP™, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433Age: 7 - 8 (20 March) & 5 - 6 (21 March)Cost: $53.50 per child *Fee excludes administration chargesClick here for more information and venues 3.2 Pancake Party! Help Pepper with her pancake party, will you? Pancake Party! features simple kitchen science concepts and parent-child bonding activities, from gathering ingredients to making and tasting your own pancake! When: Fri, 22 March, 10am - 11.30amWhere: The Party Room, KidsSTOP™, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433Age: 3 - 4Cost: $53.50 per child and parent pair *Fee excludes administration chargesClick here for more information and venues 4. Celebrating Wildlife Series: Our Amazing Rainforest and its Biodiversity (A Biodiversity Investigative Workshop) <Photo Credit: Visit Singapore> Fact: Singapore’s rainforest is home to an incredible diversity of living things. Giant trees stand tall, while the understorey is home to a multitude of ferns, creepers and climbers. High up in the canopy, colourful birds fly from branch to branch, while the mousedeer and horned frog live in the leafy undergrowth. Spend half a day in the Singapore Botanic Garden and learn all about the amazing organisms that live and thrive in it. In this workshop, participants will go on a guided tour, make a wall-hanging craft and pot their very own dish garden. When: Tues, 19 March, 9am - 1pmWhere: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Botany Centre, Classroom 1 & 2 (Level 3), Singapore 259569Age: 4 - 10Ticket: $50 *includes all materials and refreshmentsBuy your tickets here 5. Singapore Festival of Fun 2019 The third annual Singapore Festival of Fun is back and just in time for the school break. Expect international and local carnival acts of acrobatics, juggling and dare-devilry with revered stand-up comedic talent and unique activities by Nickelodeon. From 14 to 24 March 2019, Clarke Quay will be transformed into a carnival showcase of street acts and engaging family-friendly games, promising immense fun and laughter for the whole family until school inevitably starts again. 5.1 Street Fest <Photo Credit: Asian Journeys> Clarke Quay's Fountain Square comes alive with street performers from Covent Garden. Watch thrilling acts and death-defying stunts never seen before in Singapore. This year, get ready to be thrilled by The Sergeant Majors (UK), the tallest 10ft tall walkabout act, Otto - The Master of Balloons and a classic clown act, Felicity Footloose - an acrobat who will hang upside down and juggle, Street Circus Canada, a nouveau high-energy performance duo and Ernest Magnifico, a pogo stick and stunt show performer from Australia. Last but not least, Singapore’s very own The Annoying Brothers will also take to the stage with their cheeky Big Top acts. With so many stunts and acts to look forward to, this is definitely an event not to be missed! When: Thurs, 14 March - Tues, 19 March, 10am - 6pmWhere: Clarke QuayAge: 4+Admission: Free 5.2 Nickelodeon Fiesta <Photo Credit: Little Day Out> There is no better way to end the school holidays than a fabulous carnival of adventures! This is an experience you and your family won't want to miss. Play at the game booths featuring themes from the biggest Nickelodeon shows, such as PAW Patrol, Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants. Get onboard the first-ever Nickelodeon Fiesta Cruise and get to know Singapore like never before, or register for arts & crafts workshops where you get to unleash your imagination by creating your own Nickelodeon masterpieces, painting your own lantern and creating flower garlands. You get to bring home your own creations too! As if that is not enough, you will have the opportunity to snap pictures with SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Dora the Explorer and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Cowabunga! When: Sat, 23 March - Sun, 24 March,  10am - 6pmWhere: Clark QuayAge: 2+ Admission: Free   6. Bubbling Talents Starters <Photo Credit: Singapore Media Academy> Is your kid aspiring to be an actor, or simply has an interest in the performing arts? This introductory workshop, by Singapore Media Academy, is perfect for her to discover her creativity and potential. There will even be a performance showcase by the students on the last day of the workshop! Through fun games and exercises, she will learn: Voice projection and vocal power Imagination and dramatisation Expressions and movements Theatre games Impromptu Acting Learning outcome for this 3 half-day course include: Greater confidence and self-expression Develop basic acting skills Become more observant of surroundings Improve communication skills Amplify social skills and interaction  When: Wed, 20 March - Fri, 22 March, 9.30am - 12.30pmWhere: Singapore Media Academy Pte Ltd, 1 Stars Avenue, Singapore 138507Age: 6 - 12Application Fee: $21.40Course Fee: $433.35 *Sign up with a friend to enjoy a 10% discount eachClick here for more information 7. Cartoons & Superheroes! by ARTARY <Picture Credit: Mike Esparza> The school break is the perfect time for your child to be engaged in a whole range of stimulating art activities - from drawing to painting and craft work - that they don't normally experience back in school and the latest 2-day workshop by award-winning ARTARY plans to help parents with that. For March 2019, learn about the famous superheroes and modern cartoon characters and their appearances in contemporary art and design. Paint Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and other beloved superhero portraits as famous artist Pablo Picasso would during his time. Besides painting, students will also explore, experiment and recreate their favourite superhero through stained glass art effects and imagine their own world with the pop-culture phenomenon known as Pokémon! When: Wed, 20 March, 11.30am - 4pmWhere: ARTARY Academy of Children's Art, various locationsAge: 5 - 12 *Artworks will be customised to age. No prior art experience required.Course Fee: $238 *includes materials & refreshmentsClick here for more information and venues 8. Sesame Street 50 Years and Counting Celebration <Photo Credit: Resort World Sentosa> Sesame Street turns 50 this year and you are invited to join the festivities at the Sesame Street 50 Years and Counting Celebration at Universal Studios Singapore. Get ready to party, play and learn at the biggest birthday bash in town with all-new interactive shows and exhibits featuring favourite Sesame Street characters such as Elmo, Cookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch and more! 8.1 Sesame Street Birthday Blowout Come celebrate as the Hollywood and New York zones turn into party central featuring giant birthday presents, photo ops and colourful characters partying in the streets. There will be pop songs, a giant 8-metre birthday cake, fun dance numbers and a special reveal of an all-new neighbour – Lily the Tiger from China, and learn Mandarin with this adorable martial arts expert. 8.2 Sesame Street Block Party Then, head over to Sting Alley for the Sesame Street Block Party and visit the homes of your favourite characters! Spend your time with Abby in Abby’s Fairy Garden, take some selfies with Big Bird at Big Bird’s Nest or get into the groove with Oscar in Oscar’s Rhythm Trash. 8.3 A Walk Down Sesame Street In the afternoon, escape the heat and head into SS28 at the New York zone for a stroll down Sesame Street. There are plenty of selfie opportunities including one with the iconic Sesame Street sign. Design your very own trash can at Oscar's, dance with Elmo and explore Bert and Ernie's apartment. You can even meet the buzzing little Twiddlebugs! End the day with some exclusive merchandise shopping and take a piece of Sesame Street home with you. When: Fri, 8 March - Sun, 28 April, 10am - 6pmWhere: Universal Studio Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269Age: 3+Admission: Adult (Age 13-59) - $75 | Child (Age 4-12) - $56 | Senior (Age 60 and above) - $41Click here to book your tickets 9. Coding Lab Photon’s Easter Hunt <Photo Credit: trehauscowork.com> In this special coding workshop, kids will learn how to use commands and blocks to direct their robot friend, Photon, to the treasure, avoiding obstacles along the way. Master computational thinking and problem-solving in a novel manner with Coding Lab. Hurry! Help Photon collect all the goodies without falling prey to the crocodiles lurking in the jungle, before it’s too late! Coding Lab’s proprietary, award-winning MIT-inspired curriculum builds up your child’s understanding of the coding language and inspires them to think logically. Through a combination of Reading, Drama, Kinaesthetic learning and craftwork, they will computational thinking and problem-solving in a novel and exciting manner. Concepts such as loops, motion and events will be incorporated in class as well and the children will pick them up in a natural and fun way, all with minimal screen time. When: Sat, 23 Mar, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AMWhere: Trehaus, Orchard Claymore Connect #03-01, 442 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238879Age: 4 - 6Fee: $55Click here to sign up 10. Storybook Illustration Camp <Photo Credit: White Canvas Studio> At this illustration camp by White Canvas Studio, kids create their own storybook from scratch. They will learn the ropes of creating their own story, from creating an ideal character to planning and writing the storyline, illustrating and printing the images, and finish off by binding their own book. They will also learn the art of basic printmaking, introducing one of the many methods in printing; have hands-on experience in printing and binding their very own storybook. So if your kid has an imaginative mind and a knack for storytelling, why not consider this one-day camp to pass the time? When: Sat, 16 March | Wed, 20 March | Fri, 22 March | Sun, 24 March, 10am - 3pmWhere: White Canvas Studio, 229A Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574361Age: 6 - 12Fee: $180 (lunch is provided)Click here to register 11. PAW Patrol is on a Roll! *BONUS <Photo Credit: FairPrice> Last chance to meet and greet Chase and Marshall! The heroic puppies from PAW Patrol will make their final rounds at selected FairPrice Xtra this school holiday. You and your PAW-loving kids will get a chance to see them LIVE so get your cameras ready and come decked out in PAW Patrol colours to snap pictures. There will also be engaging activities, such as colouring sheets and exciting word search puzzles, to keep your little ones busy while you go grocery shopping. When: Sat, 16 March | Sun, 17 March | Sat, 23 March | Sun, 24 March, 2pm or 5pmWhere: Selected FairPrice XtraAge: 4+Admission: FreeCheck out the full schedule here Don't just go yet! 😒 We think you will like these articles too: Party Games For Both Kids & Adults Kid-Friendly Fruity Party Popcorn Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (Where to Go This March School Holidays?) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! PROMO ALERT!!!From now till 31 Mar 2019, enjoy 5% off any service provided by πŸ‘‰The Fun PartyπŸ‘ˆ. Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! 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KidiParty Recipe - Kid-Friendly Fruity Party Popcorn

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  Kid-Friendly Fruity Party Popcorn Fun Fact: do you know that the second Thursday in March is always Popcorn Lover's Day? On this day, popcorn lovers everywhere enjoy popcorn and share it with others. Since there are so many people in the world that love popcorn, it just seems right to have a day that acknowledges them, doesn't it? Hence, in honour of this poppin' good day, we would like to share with you a fruit-flavoured popcorn recipe. It is so easy to make and with no artificial colouring, your kids will absolutely love them! Ingredients For every 110g of popcorn, use 2 tablespoons of icing sugar 1 tablespoon of fruit juice powder/freeze-dried fruit powder (any flavour)   What Type of Popcorn to Use To make fruity party popcorn, we recommend using plain popcorn for a more authentic fruity flavour. You can choose to make your own popcorn or use premade packs from retailers such as Garrett. How to Cook Homemade Popcorn There are two ways to make popcorn at home. You can cook the kernels on a stove or use a microwave. Naturally, the flavour of cooking popcorn with a stove will be much better when compared to microwaved ones. How to Make Popcorn With a Stove How to Make Popcorn With a Microwave How to Turn My Popcorn into Fruity Ones The Golden Rule to remember - bag it, tip it, then shake it. It is that simple! While the popcorn cools, bag the icing sugar and fruit powder into a large Ziploc bag. Give the bag a shake to blend the two ingredients. Once your popcorn is ready, tip them into the confection as well. Finally, give the bag a final shake so that everything can be mixed together and, voilà, your fruity-flavoured popcorn is done and ready to be served! NOTESThe popcorn is best made as close to serving as possible. If you want to make rainbow popcorn, repeat the steps with different flavours of fruit powder. Related Items Pre-Packaged Popcorn and Candy Floss (Heat Sealed!) Premium frm. SGD 20.00 shopping_cart Get a Quote Live Station: Popcorn Premium frm. SGD 75.00 frm. SGD 80.00 shopping_cart   Get a Quote Colourful Paper Popcorn Loots Boxes (24 pcs) Premium SGD 22.00 shopping_cart   Buy Now 10 Packet Popcorn Bundle by The Kettle Gourment Premium SGD 30.00 SGD 35.00 shopping_cart   Buy Now For a limited time only, use Promo Code - KIDIPARTY - to enjoy an additional 10% off when you purchase the 10 packet popcorn bundle by The Kettle Gourmet. Pay $27 (U.P. $35) only. Free delivery with no minimum spend. Don't just go yet! 😒 We think you will like these articles too: Hottest Birthday Themes 2019 Halal Bakeries in Singapore Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (Kid-Friendly Fruity Party Popcorn) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! PROMO ALERT!!!From now till 31 Mar 2019, enjoy 5% off any service provided by πŸ‘‰The Fun PartyπŸ‘ˆ. Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. We connect you with selected suppliers and service providers for your baby and kid’s celebratory needs.πŸŽ‰ Buy or Sell your preloved or brand new party supplies easily in Singapore using ClickSell at KidiParty. πŸŽ‰ Celebrating your child’s every milestones!   Share This!   

Top 10 Kid-Friendly Chinese New Year 2019 Events in Singapore

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  Where To Go This Chinese New Year?  Like every year, Chinese New Year brings us beautiful sights, sounds of revelry, colourful parades, red lanterns and dazzling firework displays that attract Chinese Singaporeans and visitors from all walks of life. This year is no exception.  Fill your Chinese New Year calendar with these places to soak up the Spring festivities and to usher in the Year of the Pig. If you get tired of visiting your relatives or simply just need a place to walk off of your reunion dinner, this is a list you will find useful! <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> 1. Dahlia Dreams, Gardens by the Bay As Gardens by the Bay's first floral display of 2019, the "Dahlia Dreams" is one not to be missed. To usher in the new year, the Flower Dome will be transformed into a beautiful Chinese garden blooming with a variety of dahlias and plants. Amidst a scenic landscape dotted with elegant pavilions, rotating water wheels, and a majestic 40-metre-long archway of red lanterns, dahlias – some with blooms as large as one's face – along with other festive and auspicious plants like narcissus, cymbidium and chrysanthemum, adorned the surrounding. Take a stroll through the garden and admire the exquisite Senrinzaki or "Thousand Blooms" chrysanthemum arrangements, which have been painstakingly cultivated over a year. Expect a magnificent display of 500 to 1,500 flowers blooming from a single plant. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled on delightful sculptures of pigs too! When: Fri, 18 Jan - Sun, 24 Feb, 9.00am - 9pm Where: Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 Admission: Programmes are free. Admission charge to Flower Dome applies <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> 2. Spring Surprise, Gardens by the Bay Leap right into a prosperous year and kickstart Spring with exciting festive performances and activities at Gardens by the Bay. Don't miss "Carps Leaping Over The Dragon's Gate", a magnificent LED performance of an auspicious Chinese myth! Catch exciting lion dances - Traditional Lion Dance and Lion Dance on Poles, and two Chinese Orchestra performances by top-notch musicians from the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Ding Yi Music Company. <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bays> 2.1 Carps Leaping Over The Dragon's Gate (ι²€ι±Όθ·³ιΎ™ι—¨) In the Chinese culture, the carp is an auspicious symbol. Watch a special performance showcasing the richness of the Chinese culture, including a carp dance with the biggest dragon fish in Singapore to date. This performance is one not to be missed! When: Sat, 9 Feb - Sun, 10 Feb, 8.00pm - 8.20pm Where: Supertree Grove, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 Admission: Programmes are free. Admission charge to Flower Dome applies <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bays> 2.2 Lion Dance On Poles Usher in the Lunar New Year with thrilling lion dance performances by an award-winning local lion dance troupe! Hold your breath as the lion leaps from pole to pole and performs heart-stopping stunts. When: Sat, 9 Feb - Sun, 10 Feb, 7pm Where: Supertree Grove, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 Admission: Programmes are free. Admission charge to Flower Dome applies  <Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay> 2.3 Spring Street From Chinese New Year souvenirs and crafts to artisan handmade accessories, there's so much to buy and do at this festive bazaar! When: Sat, 2 Feb - Sun, 10 Feb, 12pm - 6pm Where: Flower Dome and The Canopy, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 Admission: Programmes are free. Admission charge to Flower Dome applies <Photo Credit: zaobao.com.sg> 3. River Hongbao 2019, The Float at Marina Bay River Hongbao is an annual Chinese New Year event that is held in Marina Bay. This year, in line with Singapore’s bicentennial commemoration, the upcoming edition of River Hongbao will feature the most spectacular fireworks yet. Award-winning pyrotechnics masters, from China, Australia, USA and Italy, will come together to deliver top-notched fireworks shows. These 12-minute fireworks displays - the longest so far at the annual Chinese New Year festival - will take place on four nights (3, 4, 9 and 10 Feb). Each night will see a different theme planned by teams from a different country. The fireworks will go off at 10pm, except on Chinese New Year's Eve (4 Feb), when they are scheduled for midnight. A massive junk boat structure that contains an interactive bicentennial exhibition will also stand beside the Singapore River. You can learn about the changes in the Singapore River through time. As for the lanterns display, the centrepiece is a 60m long lantern - Our Garden, Our Home -  featuring the UNESCO-listed Botanic Gardens, along with scenes from the founding of modern Singapore. Expect crowd favourites like the God of Fortune and the Chinese zodiac. The event will feature stalls with intricate Chinese handicrafts with calligraphy, paper cutting and stamps. Make sure to head over to the food stalls and taste mouth-watering Chinese delicacies too! When: Sun, 3 Feb - Sun, 10 Feb, 2pm - 11pm Where: The Float @ Marina Bay, 20 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039805 Admission: Free 4. Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2019 What better way to understand and experience the allure and significance of the Chinese New Year than a visit to Chinatown? The Chinese New Year Celebrations in 2019 will showcase an exciting, colourful and vibrant programmes from 20 January to 6 March 2019. Over 7 weeks long! During this festive celebrations period, Chinatown will be soaked in festivities and beautifully adorned with colourful lanterns and dazzling decorations that are Instagram-worthy. <Photo Credit: Chinatown Festivals> 4.1 Street Light-Up The light-up will feature handmade sculptured lanterns of Pigs, flowers and greetings. Combining traditions with modern design, visitors will be enthralled by the creativity of the contemporary street light-up design. The lights will stay on the streets for 6 weeks, starting 20 January. Date: Sat, 20 Jan - Wed, 6 March Time: 7.00pm – 6.00am (4 & 5 February 2019); 7.00pm – 2.00am (Friday & Saturday); 7.00pm – 12.00mn (Sunday – Thursday) Where: Eu Tong Sen Street, New Bridge Road, South Bridge Road and Garden Bridge Admission: Free <Photo Credit: imgcop.com> 4.2 Festive Street Bazaar With a variety of stalls lining up the streets of Chinatown, visitors can feast on mouth-watering traditional delicacies, enjoy the brilliant lights and decorations of the stalls and shop for the many New Year traditional goodies from cookies, decorative items, waxed duck and preserved fruits to potted plants and clothing. Date: Fri, 18 Jan - Mon, 4 Feb, 6pm - 10.30pm (1am on CNY's eve) Where: Pagoda Street, Smith Street, Sago Street, Temple Street and Trengganu Street Admission: Free <Photo Credit: Universal Studio Singapore> 5. Chinese New Year Celebrations, Universal Studios Singapore™ Usher in Chinese New Year with the mystical dragon dance through an exciting park-wide trail and join your favourite characters dressed in their New Year best. Ring in some good fortune with friends from Sesame Street as they celebrate with a Monster Lo Hei and enjoy a live musical show as the Rhythm Truck adds an auspicious, Asian touch to their sonic lineup of instruments with Chinese drums! Date: Fri, 25 Jan - Tues, 19 Feb, 10am - 7pm Where: Universal Studio Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 Admission: Usual charges apply <Photo Credit: rwsentosablog.com> <Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa>   6. Dive Into A Sea Of Abundance, S.E.A. Aquarium Fish for prosperity at the S.E.A. Aquarium, where an underwater dragon dance and a line-up of fun, fortune-filled activities await.  Date: Fri, 25 Jan - Tues, 19 Feb, 10am - 7pm Where: S.E.A. Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 Admission: Usual charges apply <Photo Credit: Wikipedia>  7. Istana Open House On a few special dates in a year, Istana will open its door to the public. It is no exception for Chinese New Year. Visitors can tour selected function rooms in the Istana Main building and view a special display of gifts presented to Singapore's Presidents and Prime Ministers over the years. During the Open House, a variety of performances will be held on the Istana grounds. Nature lovers can also participate in the guided walks, where they can learn more about the rich flora and fauna on the Istana grounds. Date: Wed, 6 Feb, 8.30am - 6pm Where: Orchard Rd, Singapore 238823 Admission: $2 per person (Free for all Singaporeans and permanent residents) 8. Bazaar CNY Holiday Market 2019 The Sentosa Boardwalk is a pedestrian walkway that leads from Vivo City to Sentosa. It is open 24 hours a day. Sheltered and equipped with escalators, the walkway seamlessly links visitors from mainland Singapore to Sentosa Island. After the sun sets, the boardwalk changes – the sweeping views and mesmerising lighting combine to provide a setting for a romantic night of star-gazing. For the fifth time in a row, TGIF Bazaars will hold the Chinese New Year Holiday Market on the walkway. Expect local entrepreneurs and vendors selling a melange of merchandise - from party novelties and souvenirs to artisan crafts and prepacked delicacies. If you plan on having your reunion dinner nearby, an after-dinner stroll at the bazaar on the Sentosa Boardwalk seems like a great way to walk off those extra calories. Date: Tues, 5 Feb - Thurs, 7 Feb, 10am - 9pm Where: Sentosa Boardwalk Bazaar, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 Admission: Free <Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore> 9. Three Little Pigs: A Lunar Adventure Leave it to Wildlife Reserves Singapore to proffer a wild way to usher in the Lunar New Year. From electrifying LED lion dances to wild pigs prying festive treats from firecrackers, the four wildlife parks – Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari, and Singapore Zoo – have a myriad of engaging activities to welcome this aus-pig-cious year. Snap photos with the auspicious God of Fortune mascots that will grace all four parks with their presence and embark on a Zoo-diac trail to see what the Year of the Pig has in store for you. <Photo Credit: The Straits Times> 9.1 Three Little Pigs: A Lunar Adventure Story Walk Follow the oink-ventures of the Three Little Pigs by trotting along the self-guided story walk to find out what happens next! You can also check out the “Big Bad” Wolf’s side of the story – did he really mean to blow their house down? Date: Tues, 5 Feb - Tues, 19 Feb, 8.30am - 6pm (Zoo) and 10am - 7-pm (River Safari) Where: Rainforest Kidzworld, Singapore Zoo and Viewing Deck, River Safari Admission: Usual charges apply 9.2 Meet our Mini Pigs! Make friends and take photos with this season’s superstars, the adorable Mini Pigs! You’re sure to squeal with delight. Date: Tues, 5 Feb - Sun, 10 Feb and Sat, 16 Feb - Sun, 17 Feb, 10.30am and 2.30pm Where: Rainforest Kidzworld, Singapore Zoo Admission: Usual charges apply <Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore> 9.3 The Pig Who Wanted to Fly: A Lunar Adventure Story Walk Once upon a time, a mini pig really wished to fly. So he went on an adventure to make his dream come true. Find out what happens next in our fantastic self-guided story walk at Jurong Bird Park! Date: Tues, 5 Feb - Tues, 19 Feb, 8.30am- 6pm Where: Birdz of Play, Jurong Bird Park Admission: Usual charges apply Discover all the details here. <Photo Credit: apactix.com> 10. Chingay Parade Singapore 2019 This national event is the largest street performance and float parade in Asia. From the main parade site to the heartlands, this street extravaganza epitomises the dynamism of Singapore’s vibrant and multicultural society. The 2019 parade will coincide with the Singapore Bicentennial, commemorating the 200th anniversary of Sir Stamford Raffles' landing in Singapore in 1819. Apart from items by 6,000 performers from 19 groups, this year's highlight will be a painting about the length of three football fields. The 270m-long painting by local artists - titled "Past, Present and Future of Singapore" - depicts Singapore's growth from a fishing village to a modern metropolis, and imagines the country's future as well. It will be carried at the parade. Date: Fri, 15 Feb - Sat, 16 Feb, 8pm Where: F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore 038975 Admission: $22.80 - $40 Don't just go yet! πŸ˜’ We think you will enjoy these new articles: How to Make an Origami Pig Part 1 Buffet Caterers to Know for 2019 Like what you see? Click here for more. If you find this article (Where To Go This Chinese New Year?) useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you!   Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. We connect you with selected suppliers and service providers for your baby and kid’s celebratory needs.πŸŽ‰ Buy or Sell your preloved or brand new party supplies easily in Singapore using ClickSell at KidiParty. πŸŽ‰ Celebrating your child’s every milestone!   Share This!   

13 Fun School Holiday Activities for Kids in Singapore for November and December 2018

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<Photo Credit: National Museum of Singapore>   It is the time of the year again – the much-anticipated November-December school holidays is upon us. After slogging for months, burying their heads in books, it is time to put away the books and for kids to be just kids. They need a break. And frankly, so do you, mums. Here are 13 school holiday activities for the kids. Let them play because they deserve to! 1. The Great Moscow Circus The Great Moscow Circus returns to Singapore for the first time in over a decade. With over 45 performers – acrobats, clowns, jugglers, daredevils – the heart-pounding show boasts the world's most dangerous and death-defying acts, including the Wheel of Death and the Motorbike Sphere of Fear. There are no animal acts. The Great Moscow Circus will introduce a variety of circus acts in a traditional circus setting. Those who have never been to the circus, especially kids, will bound to be mesmerised. When: now till 2 Dec 2018, various timings Where: Under the mighty big top bayfront avenue, beside Marina Bay Sands Click here to buy tickets <Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore> 2. Tales of Fearsome River Creatures Discover Tales of Fearsome River Creatures and be awed by their fearsomeness. Get up close with the tigerfish, known for leaping out of the water and catching birds in flight. Encounter the alligator snapping turtle with its sharp snappy beak, piranhas with their deadly bite, plus many more fearsomely awesome creatures of the river. There are 3 different activities: 2.1 River Lockdown An ancient board game has been discovered at River Safari. Play the role of an adventurer stuck in time and come face-to-face with fearsome river creatures as you attempt to escape in this exciting game quest. Stand to win a Pin of Honour when you successfully rescue yourself in this thrilling game quest. When: 17 Nov - 30 Dec 2018 (Weekends and 25 Dec ONLY), 10am - 5pm Where: River Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826 2.2 River Trails - The Fearsome Edition Every fearsome river creature has a story to tell. Are you ready for an adventure? Discover fun facts and fascinating urban legends along the riverbanks. When: 17 Nov - 30 Dec 2018, 10.15am Where: Rivers of the World, River Safari Singapore 2.3 Fearsome Feeds with River Creatures Hear the tales of each river creature through our feeding sessions. Come face-to-face with these river-dwelling animals and be intrigued by the interesting facts about them. Giant River Otters: 1.30pm* Electric Eel: 2.15pm* Red-Bellied Piranhas: 3.30pm* When: 17 Nov - 30 Dec 2018 (Weekends and 25 Dec ONLY), *10 mins Where: Amazon Blooded Forest, River Safari Singapore Click here to buy tickets <Photo Credit: Superpark Hong Kong> 3. Superpark Singapore SuperPark is a unique, purpose-built, indoor activity park that will open just in time for the school holiday. First started in 2012 in Vuokatti, Finland, SuperPark operates more than 10 sites in the Nordic country, before embarking on an international expansion that includes Hong Kong, China, Sweden and France. Designed with Finnish heart and know-how, this huge indoor playground – nearly 40,000 square feet – is home to over 20 activities such as Flying Fox, Pedal Cark Track, Robokeeper and augmented climbing wall. All the games have experienced supervisors, and are open to all age groups. When: From 17 Nov 2018, 10am - 9pm (Weekdays) and 9am - 9pm (Weekends and holidays) Where: #02-477, Suntec City (North Wing) 3 Temasek Boulevard, Tower 1, Singapore 038989 Click here for more information 4. Terra Minds Science and Robotics Holiday Programmes Terra Minds, which means "earth-minded", prides itself as a pioneer in providing quality and enriching Science, Robotics and Nature enrichment programmes to young children aged 3 to 12. Their programmes are specially designed to help children develop cognitive skills and to build foundational experiences for learning science at a later age. This November/December school holiday, Terra Minds has prepared a total of 8 brand new programmes to wow your kid. Each programme provides an enriching and exciting experience for children to explore and investigate a wide range of STEM concepts. There will be lots of hands-on activities, experiments and crafts to encourage fun learning. Our recommendations? The Junior Robotics workshops, of course! When: 19 Nov - 18 Dec 2018, various timings Where: Tampines Mart, 11 Tampines Street 32, #02-03, Singapore 529287 Click here for more information <Photo Credit: Mad Science Singapore> 5. Mad Science's Flight Academy Who says learning cannot be fun? Mad Science has partnered with Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh and Jurong to bring you three amazing science camps not to be missed: Flight Academy, Junior Occupations and Mad Science Investigators. At the Flight Academy, you get to explore the fundamentals of aerodynamics and learn about how things fly. This 3-day camp lets you partake in hands-on fun with all sorts of flying devices, the culmination of which, everyone gets to launch his or her own rocket! 5.1 Day 1 - The Wright Stuff: Get the low down on air pressure and how it affects flight! The Mad Science Giant vortex generator makes a special guest appearance. Do the toilet paper wave and watch beach balls soar! Build 4 stunt planes: The Falcon, Mad Bat, Wind Rider and Fireball. Test your planes in the Mad Science wind tunnel. Learn how to control flight paths - left right up and down. Make your own glider. Then fly the amazing stunt plane that loops the loop to land back in your hand! 5.2 Day 2 - Up Up and Away:  Non-planes rule the day! Test fly parachutes and compete in the Parachute group challenge. Make a hovercraft for some smooth gliding action! Fly a copter then make your own paper one. Try controlling the flight of the paper copter into a cave, the best team wins! Make the egg-stronaut and experiment with all sorts of other exciting flying devices! 5.3 Day 3 - Moving Motion: Its time for some Inertia insanity as campers explore Motion! Watch the Mad Scientist perform the tablecloth trick, create mayhem with Karem and move wheels of steel to illustrate Newton's Laws. Campers, get ready to win the Egg drop challenge, don't lose your balance to triumph! Build the Newton Spinner and launch it to see how far it will go. Explore Gravity and Friction: Race the dragster car, build and deploy parachutes and finally make Space Food for snack-tivity, and eat it like you would in space! When: 19 Nov - 21 Nov 2018, 9am to 5pm Where: SAFRA Toa Payoh, Kidz Amaze, 293 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, Singapore 319387 Price: $420 (3-day camp includes lunch and patented Mad Science Take Home kits) Click here for more information <Photo Credit: Artify Studio> 6. Artify Studio 2-Day Art Camp At this two-day camp by Artify Studio, children are encouraged to create art using a variety of mediums and techniques. Past editions of this holiday art camp have been proven to be a hit with both kids and parents. For this upcoming edition, you get to flaunt your creativity with tools that are not commonly associated with making art, such as stamp making, collage and matchbox. Suitable for children age 5 to 12. *Activities for the young ones include: Creating a narrative through the use of magnets and watercolour painted characters on the acrylic painted canvas Painting Russian dolls and creating new patterns for different sizes of dolls Designing their own little creation on foam pads to make it into their own individual stamps Understanding the form of birds and colour through collaging the bird and painting afterwards Creating their own characters with matchboxes and adding on the dainty little match legs When: 20 Nov - 21 Nov 2018, 10am to 5.30pm Where: Textile Centre, 200 Jalan Sultan #08-05 Singapore 199018 Price: $300 (2-day camp includes materials, lunch, apron and a carrier for artworks) Click here for more information Interested in other similar activities? Click here   <Photo Credit: Ignite Tennis Academy> 7. Ignite Tennis Academy Camps Tennis not only teaches kids valuable life skills like teamwork, dedication, and self-confidence, it has physical developmental benefits like building bone strength, strengthening the hearts and improving hand-eye coordination too. Enrol your kid in one of Ignite Tennis Academy Camps for the ultimate time of their lives. Campers will be grouped according to their experience and the camps are suitable for children age 5 and up. Each camp lasts three days. There will be fun team games and challenges. What are you waiting for? Call up the Academy to find out which camp is best for your kid. When: 20 Nov - 13 Dec 2018, 8am to 11am Where: Ignite Tennis Academy @ The Salvation Army (356 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247674) or Ignite Tennis Academy @ Temasek Club(131 Rifle Range Road, Singapore 588406) Price: from $220 (depending on grouping) Click here for more information 8. Athena's Odyssey Fascinated by ancient Greeks and their technology? Join Athena's Odyssey camp and learn about the science behind their technology. Embark on an adventure into the inventions of Ancient Greece Exhibition and learn how these mechanisms work through activities like hands-on replicas, model-making workshops and ancient invention science shows. This is suitable for children 9 to 12 years old, and lunch is provided. When: 24 Nov 2018, 10am to 4pm Where: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081 Price: $170 (per parent-child pair. $85 per additional person) Click here for more information <Photo Credit: Mad Science Singapore> 9. Mad Science's Junior Occupations Mad Science has partnered with Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh and Jurong to bring you three amazing science camps not to be missed: Flight Academy, Junior Occupations and Mad Science Investigators. At the Junior Occupations camp, children get to discover and experiment with science that might just help them discover their future vocation! 9.1 Day 1 - Junior Zoologist: Meet the call of the wild and learn all about the Birds and the Beasts. Children simulate the behaviour of animals to understand what they do to survive. Habitats! Adaptations!Camouflage! What would you do as a predator hunting for field mice? Play an intriguing game to find out. Examine special features in animals that help them to survive! The highlights: Build a Bug (and eat it), discover how an insect can walk on water, create a butterfly camouflage, make your own bird feeder to bring home, and more! 9.2 Day 2 - Junior Climatologist: Illuminate the Reason for Seasons, and see/touch/discover the instruments used to measure Weather. Make your own thermometer to see how it works, and learn how to forecast the weather. Work up a wintry snowstorm, experience a chilly wind, create a cloud in a bottle and make a thunderstorm! Watch the Mad Scientist create Lightning and get to twist your own Tornadoes! Make and Take Mad Science Sun beads that turn colour when exposed to the sun! 9.3 Day 3 - Junior Engineer: Get acquainted with shapes in 3D! Which basic structural shape is stronger - a triangle or a square? What is so special about the shape of an egg? Get to know engineering basics through fun activities and mind-boggling hands-on experimentation. Engage with forces when building a megastructure and discover the different models of bridges! Progress to Domes, Arches and Special Structures. Finally, everyone rolls up their sleeves to build a life-size geodesic dome from recycled materials! When: 28 Nov - 30 Nov 2018, 9am to 5pm Where: SAFRA Toa Payoh, Kidz Amaze, 293 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, Singapore 319387 Price: $420 (3-day camp includes lunch and patented Mad Science Take Home kits) Click here for more information <Photo Credit: littledayout.com> 10. Little Day Outing with Mount Alvernia Hospital: Creative Cooking Family Challenge Cook up a storm as a family at the Little Day Outing with Mount Alvernia Hospital: Creative Cooking Family Challenge! Besides being a cooking competition, you will also learn about nutrition and healthy eating from Mount Alvernia Hospital's dieticians in fun and interactive ways.  From designing craft-and-games based activities for the kids to demystifying food label reading for the adults, these nutrition experts will help everyone gain a better understanding of what it means to eat healthily. There will also be challenges where you can put your newfound knowledge to good use. A designated chef will be demonstrating how to prepare two dishes -  Animal Sushi Bento and Teddy Skiing Winterland Cupcakes - and you have to replicate and add your own unique touches to them. The family with the most creative and nutritious dishes will be crowned the Creative Cooking Family Challenge champion! When: 1 Dec 2018, 10am to 1.30pm Where: CulinaryOn, One Raffles Place Level 4, Tower 2, Singapore 048616 Price: $48 for a child-adult pair ticket ($30 for an additional child ticket; $18 for an additional adult ticket) Click here for more information 11. Wildlife Reserve Singapore Camps Every school holiday, the Wildlife Reserves Singapore has hands-on learning camps that provide a perfect opportunity for kids to get out and enrich their minds on life in the animal kingdom. They are super popular and most have actually already sold out for this year. As of 12 November 2018, only two camps remain. 11.1 Sleep with the Manatees Camp Dedicate some quality family time to learn about the aquatic wonders of the park, and spend the night snoozing in the depths of the Amazon Flooded Forest with the manatees. *Highlights of this camp: Behind the Scenes Night Safari Tram Ride Sleeping in the Amazon Flooded Forest Jungle Breakfast with Orangutan Close encounters with animals When: 1 Dec - 2 Dec 2018 Where: River Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826 Price: $190 for children and $220 for adults (Limited Availability) Click here for more information 11.2 Sleep with the Penguins Camp At this overnight camp, campers will learn about the different penguin species within the park. Be entertained by a series of mind-stimulating activities that involve family fun and participation. *Highlights of this camp:   Guided Tour Sleeping in the Penguin Coast  Close encounters with bird When: 8 Dec - 9 Dec 2018 Where: Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925 Price: $110 for children and $130 for adults (Limited Availability) Click here for more information 12. Mad Science Investigators Mad Science has partnered with Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh and Jurong to bring you three amazing science camps not to be missed: Flight Academy, Junior Occupations and Mad Science Investigators. At the Investigators camp, campers examine Science phenomenon with equipment and demonstrations galore. Children will hone their Science reasoning skills for a week full of ah-ha moments! 12.1 Day 1 - Dry Ice Capades: Explore the 3 States of Matter! Melt metal in boiling water - witness a shift of states from solid to liquid right before your eyes! Freeze water with just a breath of **dry ice! Visualise the volumetric difference between solid and gas. Catch a cloud with your group mates! Dry Ice - the star of the camp - is used in a series of tests to explore the States of Matter at extreme temperatures. Optical Illusions: Learn all about how light behaves through this topsy-turvy world of optical illusions. See and learn all about the physics behind the light, sight and how the brain works - a twisting coil climbs up and down without moving, and a towel turns into a dog! Try and catch the dinosaur, but then discover that what you see is a mirage! Experiment with convex and concave mirrors and explore the weird world of inversed vision. 12.2 Day 2 - Electricity!: Have fun with the fundamentals of Electricity! Use the Plasma Ball to identify conductors and non-conductors. Use the human body to light up a bulb! Assemble Black Box components to light up bulbs and sound buzzers. Witness circuit board wizardry to see the impact of series and parallel circuit configurations. Then win points for your team with the "quickest Buzzer wins" contest! Excellent Energy: Watch a sparking demonstration by the Mad Scientist on The Law of Conservation of Energy. Identify different types of Energy, then have some ‘hands-on’ fun at 5 energy conversion stations. Play with toys to investigate energy transfer. Do the 'Bungee Jump', and learn how a turbine and generator produces electricity. Examine renewable and non-renewable energy sources and build a solar cooker/OR build a team mega energy conversion structure! 12.3 Day 3 - Black and Blue Oceans: Explore sea ecosystems to discover fascinating adaptations. Discover rich and diverse ocean life in the different layers of the sea. How do sea creatures survive, reproduce and thrive? Play the food chain game, then progress to more sophisticated food webs. How will killing off one species impact on your food web? It's the fishing game next - get ready to fish for your team and discover how your actions can impact on the future survival of your tribe. Photosynthesis: Hunker down and decipher the process of Photosynthesis! Perform all sorts of exciting experiments to learn the chemical processes that happen in a plant during photosynthesis. Test for starch, see air bubbles form in stomata. Then extract chlorophyll from a leaf to perform cool chromatography. Experiment with prisms and find out just how important light is in the process of photosynthesis. This is Photosynthesis de-coded! 12.4 Day 4 - Harnessing Heat: Build a Thermometer, watch an underwater volcano, indulge in sand-play, solve the black blocks mystery, perform the touch test and more! The relativity of heat, friction, heat transfer, conductivity and convection will all come to light when we harness heat in this camp! Magnetic Magic: Why do magnets behave the way they do? Create magnets, explore attraction/repulsion, see magnetic fields. Build compasses and go on a treasure hunt. Experiment with Electromagnets. Witness gravity-defying stunts then, build a MagLev vehicle that can levitate and move on the Mad Science Maglev track. Ready for more? Design and test a maglev vehicle that can move without you touching it! 12.5 Day 5 - The Scientific Method Get acquainted with the methodology used by Scientists to formulate questions, make predictions, develop and perform experiments, collect and analyse data and draw conclusions. Sound dry?? Never fear at Mad Science, this process is simply a series of steps that we apply to 3 super fun projects! When: 3 Dec - 7 Dec 2018 Where: SAFRA Jurong, Kidz Amaze, 33 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 649848 Price: $650 (5-day camp includes lunch and patented Mad Science Take Home kits) Click here for more information <Photo Credit: Explorer Junior> 13. Space Carnival by Explorer Junior The Space Carnival is an action-packed 3-hour event. Explorers will get to participate in space-themed S.T.E.A.M based activities. They will also get to take home with them a special Christmas Tinker Kit. *Activities include: Look at space through VR goggles and build their very own rocket launcher Overcome space obstacle course during the space-robo race Learn about the different planets in the solar system by creating their own solar system hat Space AR Save the alien and light up the space base camp When: 15 Dec 2018 Where: Trehaus CoWork @ Claymore Connect, #03-01, 442 Orchard Road, Singapore 238879 Price: $48 (inclusive of a Christmas Tinker Kit) Click here for more information   If you find this article useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you!   Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! 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12 Christmas Events for the Whole Family in Singapore 2018

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The most wonderful time of the year is upon us, and naturally, you would have felt the warm spirit of Christmas in the air by now. This year, if you do not have the plans for a white Christmas, ring in the festivities with joyous events happening all over our sunny island instead. Here are twelve Christmas events not to be missed by the whole family.    <Photo Credit: TODAYonline> 1. Poinsettia Wishes Featuring Disney Tsum Tsum How apt for the poinsettias to be the star of the year's last floral display at the Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay. With over 8,000 poinsettia flowers of varying varieties and colours nested in a clump of coniferous trees and plants, the Poinsettia Wishes Featuring Disney Tsum Tsum is not to be missed. Add oversized Christmas trimmings, a little bit of Disney magic, in the form of 40 over cute Disney characters, and you get Instagram-worthy backdrops to snap memories and bring home to. In this special floral display, Olaf feels right at home amidst a snowy landscape of poinsettias, Christmas berries and holly, while Dumbo prepares to take flight with a sledge full of presents. So what are you waiting for? Come to celebrate the holidays with your favourite Tsum Tsum pals in this festive display before they are gone! When: 2 Nov 2018 – 6 Jan 2018, 9am - 9pm Where: Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 Admission: Charge to Flower Dome applies Click here for information. <Photo Credit: mothership.sg> 2. Pokémon Theme Carnival @ M Malls Gotta catch 'em all, right? This Christmas, the halls of three malls in Singapore - AMK Hub, Jurong Point and Thomson Plaza - will usher in the festivities with the help from everyone's favourite electric mouse - Pikachu. Pokémon fans can expect a myriad of fun-filled activities and performances, including the not-to-be-missed Pikachu and Eevee dance parades. So remember to mark down the dates and snap away when Pikachu and friends visit these neighbourhood malls. Note: There are multiple promotions that are tied in with the carnival. Exclusive merchandises can be redeemed at the event as well. When: 16 Nov 2018 – 26 Dec 2018 Where: AMK Hub, Jurong Point and Thomson Plaza Admission: Free Click here for detailed schedules. <Photo Credit: Cluny Court> 3. Celebrate Christmas @ Cluny Court Taking place over three weekends, the fourth edition of the Christmas Fair promises an eclectic mix of wares and treasures from one-of-a-kind festive traders. For those searching for unique Christmas gifts, decorations or that perfect party outfit, this is the place to be. You can even order your real pine or fir tree here too! Christmas Fair & Market When: 23 Nov 2018 – 25 Nov 2018, 30 Nov 2018 - 3 Dec 2018, 7 Dec 2018 - 9 Dec 2018, 10am - 7pm (5pm on Sunday) Santa Claus Meet & Greet Don your festive best and join Santa at his grotto as he returns to Cluny Court this jolly season. When: 23 Nov 2018 – 16 Dec 2018, 1 Dec - 3 Dec, 10am - 6pm The Happiest Children's Christmas Workshop For the first time ever, there will be a children’s workshop to keep the young ones entertained whilst parents shop. Let the kids engage in meaningful and fun crafting activities such as DIY Glitter Mindfulness Jar, Sew your own Monster and Design your Happiest Bag. There will be tons of fun goodies too! Each ticket is $25 and entitles a child to participate in one activity. Cluny Court will match each ticket sale with a $10 donation to the Children’s Cancer Foundation in support of the amazing work that they do. All ticket sales proceeds will go to the vendor of the workshop. When: Check schedule here Christmas Carolling by Vox Camerata When: 15 Dec 2018, noon - 12.30pm Where: 501 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 259760 Click here for more details on the entire event. <Photo Credit: eventbrite.com> 4. Hop on a Merry Ride @ NEX with Thomas the Tank Engine This festive season, catch Thomas the Tank Engine LIVE on stage before he pulls away from the station that is Singapore and returns home to the island of Sodor. You stand a chance to meet-and-greet favourite characters Thomas and Fat Controller up close too! Other highlights at this event include the Nias Jungle Safari, a fun maze with kid-friendly obstacles along the way, as well as a Thomas Workshop & Tea Party. There will also be replicas of Thomas and his fellow engine friends on display at the mall. When: 30 Nov 2018 – 9 Dec 2018, various timings Where: NEX, 23 Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083 Admission: Free Click here for more information. <Photo Credit: Marina Square> 5. Christmas With Robocar Poli And Friends @ Marina Square Jingle all the way around Brooms Town with Robocar Poli and friends at Marina Square this Christmas! Poli, Helly, Amber and Roy – characters from the popular South Korean animated cartoon Robocar Poli, will be spending the festive season in Singapore at Marina Square. Marked as "The Best Brooms Town Christmas Ever", expect fun-filled activities like Robocar Poli Christmas LIVE show, a whimsical food fair and interactive workshops. The first 60 families in the queue at each session will also have the opportunity to meet and greet these lovable characters on stage. Meet & Greet passes will be distributed at the entrance 20 minutes prior to each session, on a first-come-first-served basis. Limited seating capacity available. When: 30 Nov 2018 - 16 Dec 2018, various timings (No show on Mondays) Where: Marina Square Central Atrium, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594 Admission: Free (on a first-come-first-served basis) Click here for information. <Photo Credit: Christmas Wonderland Singapore> 6. Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay The annual Christmas Wonderland is Singapore’s most popular year-end event. Since its debut in 2014, the first four editions have collectively brought raucous cheers to more than three million visitors of all ages. This year, frolic in Singapore’s very own European-style Christmas extravaganza with traditional Yuletide favourites and merrymaking for everyone. Be dazzled by magical luminarie lights that transform the fairground into a stunning wonderland, meet Father Christmas at Asia’s largest Santa’s Grotto, experience ‘snow’ in the tropics, skate under the stars and revel in carnival games and rides. When: 30 Nov 2018 - 26 Dec 2018, 7pm to 12am Where: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 Admission: Starts from $4 Click here for information.   <Photo Credit: SISTIC> 7. Corporal Crumble’s Christmas Crisis Corporal Crumble's Christmas Crisis charts the mission of a hapless but heroic soldier in his quest to win the heart of the beautiful Christmas Star. Not an easy task as the star is also being pursued by that scoundrel of the sewers, the dreaded King Rat and his gormless sidekick, Humphrey Bograt. This production contains every ounce of plot and ploy that a quality Christmas show should have. With fine acting and a hilarious script, have yourself a wonderful Christmas show guaranteed and kickstart your holiday season with a resounding BANG! When: 1 Dec 2018 - 2 Dec 2018, various timing Where: Sands Theatre, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956 Click here to buy your tickets. <Photo Credit: Santa Run for Wishes> 8. Santa Run for Wishes 2018 In the spirit of giving, how about ushering in the jolly season with a good deed? The fifth edition of Santa Run For Wishes is gearing up for another meaningful day of fun and festivities for the whole family. This year, runners can expect new, spectacular running routes and great merchandise and goodie bags. So come decked in your festive best and help to grant wishes of children with life-threatening conditions. All registration and donation proceeds will go to Make-A-Wish Foundation® (Singapore) Ltd. When: 2 Dec 2018, 7am - 11am Where: Singapore Sports Hub Ticket: $40 for kids and $50 for adults Kids are only allowed to participate in the 2.5km and 5km runs. Sign up here. <Photo Credit: Suntec City> 9. Nutty Christmas with Sesame Street @ Suntec City A nutcracker-themed Christmas with everyone's favourite muppets awaits you at Suntec City! Join Elmo, Cookie Monster, Bert, Ernie, Count von Count and Abby Cadabby as they spread the Christmas cheer through LIVE shows and marching parades. Groove along with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie as they break out some original moves to Christmas hits at the Sesame Street Show. Participate in the high-spirited Sesame Street Marching Parade with the muppets. You can also join in the Tea Party for private photo sessions and fun-filled activities! Sesame Street Show 7 Dec 2018 - 23 Dec 2018 (Fri to Sun only), 2pm & 7pm Sesame Street Marching Parade 8 Dec 2018 - 22 Dec 2018 (Every Sat), 4pm Sesame Street Tea Party With Elmo & Count von Count: 7 Dec and 9 Dec 2018, 4pm With Bat & Ernie: 14 Dec and 16 Dec 2018, 4pm With Cookie Monster & Abby Cadabby: 1 Dec and 23 Dec 2018, 4pm NOTE: Pre-registration is required via the Suntec City App for the Tea Party event at a fee of $10 which will be reimbursed via Suntec City voucher on actual event day. Where: Suntec City, North Atrium, 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983 Admission: Free Click here for more information on the entire event. <Photo Credit: City Square Mall> 10. Barney's Magical Christmas @ City Square Mall Barney is a dinosaur from our imagination, no more! This year, get ready for a dino-mite Christmas with Barney and friends at City Square Mall! Dance and sing along to all-time Christmas favourites as Barney, BJ, and Baby Bop take the stage. There will also be meet-and-greet sessions, an immersive visual-display of lights and other fun-filled holiday activities and goodies for the whole family! Barney and Friends "Live" on Stage When: 1 Dec 2018 - 16 Dec 2018 (except Mondays), Tue - Fri: 2pm and 7pm | Sat and Sun: 1pm, 4pm and 7pm Admission: Free You can redeem a meet-and-greet pass 1 hour before each show with $50 spent. Click here for more details. Starry Light Display Capture memorable Insta-worthy moments as a massive display of 300,000 LED lights illuminate the 40,000 sq. ft park! When: 16 Nov - 30 Dec 2018, 8.15pm and 9.15pm daily Where: City Green Park Admission: Free Snowy Playtime Have yourself a white Christmas while dancing to Barney’s best songs under the enchanting snowfall! When: 16 Nov - 30 Dec 2018, every 30 mins from 7pm to 10pm Magical Carnival by Uncle Ringo Ride the colourful Christmas carousel, swirl in spinning teacups, chug along on the train or dive into the ball pit. Christmas has never been more fun! When: 16 Nov 2018 - 30 Dec 2018, 1pm - 10pm daily Where: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539 Click here for detailed information on the entire event. <Photo Credit: Snow City Singapore> 11. Hansel and Gretel's Winter Adventure @ Snow City If there is one thing about Snow City, it is that this is probably the only place on our tropical island to have a white Christmas. And this year, as part of their Christmas celebration, you are invited on a journey with Hansel and Gretel as they trail the snow-clad forest! Expect to be greeted by mascots and serenaded by acapella singers. Brave through the city's very own blizzard if you dare. And as the highlight, help Hansel and Gretel escape the gingerbread witch and find their way back home! Snow Blizzard and Wind Chill Experience Be dazzled by Snow City’s depiction of a storm with heavy snowfall and strong winds. When: 17 Nov 2018 - 1 Jan 2019 (11am, 2pm and 5pm daily) Santa Claus, Hansel, and Gretel Appearance Interact and strike a pose with Santa Claus, together with Hansel and Gretel. When: Weekends, 24 Dec 2018 and 25 Dec 2018 (3pm) Hansel and Gretel Storytelling Follow Hansel and Gretel as they trail the forest, get enchanted by the gingerbread house, and finally find their way back home in this interactive storytelling session. When: Weekends, 24 Dec 2018 and 25 Dec 2018 (3.30pm) Christmas Carols Enjoy listening to Christmas carols as serenaded by a group of a cappella singers. When: 24 Dec 2018 and 25 Dec 2018 (4pm) Where: Snow City, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433 Admission: $23 per child and $28 per adult (2-hour session at standard rate) Buy tickets online and save $2 per ticket. Click here for more details on the entire event. <Photo Credit: Singapore Dog Festival> 12. Singapore Dog Festival 2018: A Canine Christmas Feel like including your furkid in this year's festivities? The Singapore Dog Festival™; the night market for dogs is the one for you. This 3-day event promises a weekend of howling good time for both kids and furkids alike. Organised with the vision of bringing dog lovers from all walks of life together, it showcases local and international dog product vendors and features educational talks, sharing sessions between dog owners, and other fun activities. When: 14, 15 and 16 December 2018, 3pm - 11pm (11am - 7pm on Sunday) Where: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Rd, Singapore 287994 Admission: Free No dogs allowed in the mall. Click here for more information. If you find this article useful, do click Like and Share at the bottom of the post. Thank you! Organising a Christmas party? Here are our top picks for decoration and gifting: 1) DIY Wooden Christmas Tree with Ornaments 2) Santa Claus Balloon Sculptures 3) Christmas Drawstring Canvas Bags 4) Christmas Gift Boxes Click here for other Christmas ornaments and ideas.  Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. 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[Featured Provider] The Fun Party: FUN NAGOMI Can Be Customized To Fit Your Party Theme!

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  FUN NAGOMI! - Customizable Japanese Art For All! ❝ It was fulfilling to see guests of different ages having fun experiencing this unique and therapeutic art...they get to bring home their art pieces as souvenirs and sweet memories from the party!. - Aiker, founder of The Fun Party  Back in August, we introduced FUN NAGOMI - a new fringe entertainment service by The Fun Party We are happy that party hosts are keen and excited to include this novel activity to their events. We would like to extend a big thank you to the lovely host & mommy, Priscilla, for choosing FUN NAGOMI for her son, Tyler's 1st Birthday. The theme was Hungry Caterpillar, inspired by Tyler's favourite storybook - The Very Hungry Caterpillar (by Eric Carle). The FUN NAGOMI was customized to match this very fun and unique theme. Kudos to The Fun Party for making Tyler's party a memorable occasion for all! ❝ The activity was very well-coordinated and both the kids and adults enjoyed it very much. Initially, I had concerns that the activity will be difficult to pick up. However, even my 4-year-old was able to complete the activity! - Priscilla, host     Guest Reviews Here are some reviews from party guests : ❝ I was happy to do FUN NAGOMI! It was easy and I had fun. - Ethan, 6-year-old participant ❝ It was good! I will recommend FUN NAGOMI to my friends as it is an easy and very creative activity! - Clarissa, guest & participant ❝ I enjoyed it! It was very therapeutic. It makes a great parent-child bonding activity. - Vivian, guest & participant ❝ FUN NAGOMI was very fun!  - Fiona, guest & participant ABOUT FUN NAGOMI FUN NAGOMI is an impressive way to add the FUN element and make your event an even more memorable one. The kanji character of “NAGOMI” is ‘ε’Œ’, which means harmony. It is a new form of Japanese art that strives to let one discovers creativity in self and to uplift the emotions and minds. Guests get to make handmade souvenirs (bookmark/greeting card) to take home. Easy and therapeutic, FUN NAGOMI allows everyone, regardless of how artistic one is, to create unique artworks without brushes and under the guidance of certified instructors. This activity can be customised to match the theme of your party. Apart from offering FUN NAGOMI at private parties, corporate and mass events, regular trial and themed workshops are conducted for individuals who are keen to explore this therapeutic art.  Find out more: FUN NAGOMI FOR EVENTS ABOUT THE FUN PARTY The Fun Party provides a wide range of party entertainment services to cater to different preferences, themes, budgets and occasions. Started in late 2013, The Fun Party is backed by experienced artistes, who are passionate about what they are doing. With specialists who are the best at what they do, The Fun Party endeavours to add more FUN, SMILES AND COLOURS to every party. Related: Fun Nagomi: Entertainment Activity for Kids' Birthday Party Events Related: [Featured Provider] The Fun Party - Party Entertainment Services PROMO ALERT!!!From now till 31 Mar 2019, enjoy 5% off any service provided by πŸ‘‰The Fun PartyπŸ‘ˆ.  Like us on Facebook for more interesting articles and helpful tips for baby showers, toddlers and kids' birthday parties in Singapore, such as "The Ultimate Guide on Kids Birthday Party - Top 10 Tips". There are ongoing contests, giveaways, events and more! About KidiParty KidiParty is a one-stop community e-marketplace platform that focuses on baby and kids' birthday party celebrations in Singapore. We connect you with selected suppliers and service providers for your baby and kid’s celebratory needs.πŸŽ‰ Buy or Sell your preloved or brand new party supplies easily in Singapore using ClickSell at KidiParty. πŸŽ‰ Celebrating your child’s every milestone!   Share this!