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Fun things to do this school holidays!

1. Have fun at Chaos Lab

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Embark on a journey of scientific wonderment as Chaos Lab Singapore opens its doors for the year-end holidays! With 11 interactive activity stations inspired by various science themes, Chaos Lab promises to spark imagination and adventure in our budding Einsteins. Engage in mesmerizing experiences, including playing with illuminating AR Sand, crafting sand sculptures that come to life with vibrant colors under a motion sensor projector, creating your own take-home slime, and bouncing around the lively Bubbling Ball Pit.

2. Visit a Zoo or Animal Sanctuary

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Plan a day trip to learn about different animals and ecosystems while having a blast observing the fascinating creatures. It's not only entertaining but also educational! Keep a lookout for the school holiday promotions!

If you have yet to check out the Gallop Stable , what are you waiting for? Children aged 3 years and above can have a pony ride! These rides are a great way for kids to experience the thrills of horse-back riding in a safe environment.

3. Storytime adventures

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Take a trip to your local library! You might find some libraries offer workshops during school holidays that focus on various skills, such as writing, coding, or crafting. Check the library's schedule for any workshops that align with your children's interests.

Here are some of the library programmes that you can check out!

4. Take a trip to the Science Centre

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The Science Centre is renowned for its hands-on and interactive exhibits that cover various scientific disciplines. Children of different ages can explore physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, and more through engaging displays and activities.

For the young ones, KidsSTOP is an interactive and dedicated children's science center within the Science Centre. It's designed for young learners, typically preschool and early primary school children, and features exhibits and activities to stimulate their curiosity.

The Science Centre also has an outdoor water play area, providing a refreshing and enjoyable space for visitors, especially during hot weather!

Sounds like something you and your kid might enjoy? Visit the Science Centre today!

5. Snow City Singapore

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Imagine strolling through a winter wonderland, surrounded by glistening snowflakes. At Snow City, you don't have to dream about a white winter – you can experience it! Watch your surroundings transform into a snowy paradise as you step into their wonderland. It's not just a visit; it's a chance to build your very own snowman!

6. Hay Dairies Goat Farm Fun!

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Get a chance to get up close and friendly with goats at Hay Dairies Goat Farm! Try to visit between the hours of 9am to 10:30 am so that the kids have an opportunity to view the goat milking session at the milking parlor. Buy some alfalfa hay ($5) to feed the goats. To top it off, you can buy fresh goat milk to take home.

7. Be inspired at the National Gallery Singapore The Gallery Children’s Biennale 2023

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Dive into a perennial favorite for kids, unlocking a realm of art and exploration. The Gallery Children’s Biennale 2023 presents an exciting new exhibit tailored for children. Featuring 11 interactive and immersive artworks, each addressing the theme "Let’s make a better place," families can embark on a journey to envision a world founded on care, respect, imagination, and collaboration. Explore ways to build such a world with your family and anticipate engaging with the artworks through conversations and both digital and on-site programs designed to delight the little ones.

8. Get Crafty! – Christmas Tree with LED Light by Gardens By The Bay

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Kickstart the Christmas festivities by making your very own Christmas Tree with LED light included! Through this interactive hands-on activity, discover how the Christmas Tree is also known as an Evergreen Tree that symbolizes eternal life in many cultures.

Duration per participant: 15min

Activity Fee $15* (Fee is inclusive of activity materials.)

9. NERF Action Xperience!

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Look no further than the NERF Action Xperience – the ultimate destination for kids seeking exhilarating, action-packed fun! Packed with adrenaline-pumping activities, this is the perfect opportunity for your young ones to break free from routine and embark on a memorable adventure.

10. The BEST indoor playground in Singapore @ Polliwogs

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If you're searching for ways to keep the kids entertained during the school break, look no further than The Polliwogs. This indoor playhouse is gearing up for a whirlwind of exciting activities that you won't want to miss out on. From thrilling games and captivating shows to crafting unicorn cupcakes, embarking on chocolatey escapades, and trying your hand at perfume wizardry amidst marble run mayhem – they've got it all.

11. SCCC public tour (Parent and Child bonding)

Come along this school holiday for a hands-on guided exploration of the SINGAPO人 exhibition. Discover the evolution and celebration of Chinese festivals in Singapore today. In our workshop, parents and their little ones will craft and take home a 'lion dance shaker' inspired by the legends of Chinese New Year. Let's make learning and creating memories a festive affair!

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