Things to do with the kids this week in Singapore: 6 May 2019 we're kicking off the fun with a free playgroup, DIY Mother's Day gifts and theatre for tots...
Sadly no public holiday to look forward to this week, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have a blast with the kiddos all around town. Here’s what’s going on the length and breadth of our sunny isle for the fam…
1. Come to a free and fun-packed playgroup!
Oh yes we are hosting another HoneyKids Playgroup, and this time we’re hanging out with the fab folk from Kinderland at Marine Parade. Come along for a free morning of music, singing, craft and painting with your little ones aged four months to six years! Don’t forget to RSVP for your spot: they’re filling up fast.
2. Bring the kids for a sweet treat
With Easter now but a distant sweet memory, it’s time to turn our minds to a different kind of sugar rush: this one’s for good behaviour kids, so best get that homework done, your chores sorted and your bedrooms tidied. Then, and only then, we may just bring you for one of the best milkshakes in the land.
3. Busy the kids with a Mother’s Day project
It’s Mother’s Day this coming Sunday (hurrah), and while we’re sure the hubby and the kids have got things under control, it never hurts to break open the craft box and steer the little ones in the direction of these lovely DIY Mother’s Day gifts and cards.
4. Discover the oodles of cool exhibits happening for kids
We just updated our mammoth guide to all the fam-friendly exhibits happening right now, so dive in, pick your adventures and then get busy ticking them off your list.
5. Catch a page to stage performance of an all-time classic
Adapted from one of our fave children’s books ever, ACT 3 International presents the very best of Eric Carle with The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Lost Little Cloud and The Mixed Up Chameleon, all performed by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia. Watch the characters leap to life in a whir of colours and music, and don’t forget to book a backstage tour too! It’s perfect for children aged three to six years old, and is happening until 12 May.
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