What’s on in Singapore for kids this week: 12 March 2018

Fill your week with these exciting activities – all approved by our own team of tykes

Do you know what our kids are loving this week? Local school holidays! Yep, with first-term break in full flow we’re busy turning our minds to the hottest activities happening in Singapore that your kiddos are going to want in on.

1. Bring the kids to the theatre
It’s set to be a warm week ahead (isn’t it always?), so take advantage of some free aircon and marvellous storytelling skills with a trip to the theatre. We’re chirping with excitement now that The Nightingale has flown back into town. This stage performance about an adorable songbird that fights for its freedom is one production your little chicks are not going to want to miss.

2. Get all your schooling questions answered, while the kids play!
We’re including this one for grown ups AND tots. The HoneyKids Asia International School Fair is back this week and it’s the one-stop shop you’ve been looking for when it comes to getting all your burning school questions answered. Grill your shortlist of schools on everything, from curriculums to fees (eek!), and sit in on some seriously informative panel talks that may just seal your school choice deal. All of this while the kiddos are kept busy by indoor playcentre extraordinaire, Kaboodle! Hurrah!

3. Arm yourself with a serious list of fun school holiday activities
We’re kinda cheating here, but with 16 great ideas, plus a few bonus activities along the way, we feel the need to steer you towards our rather useful (even if we say so ourselves) guide to all the fun things to do during the March school holidays. There will never be a dull moment, that much we can promise. And yes, you can thank us later.

4. Go on a trip down memory lane at a toy museum
Museums and exhibits aimed at the young and old alike are always an activity winner. Throw a bunch of toys into the mix and, voila, that’s your day out sorted. Head over to Mint Museum Singapore to not only delve into the history of toys, but also to try a crafting session where kids can make their own figurine!

5. Hop to an Easter craft session with your small bunnies
It’s going to be full on week, so make sure you schedule an easy ‘crafternoon’ to relax with some art supplies and plenty of toilet rolls. Here are some egg-cellent DIY Easter craft ideas to get the creativity party started.

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