Kid-friendly things to do in Singapore: September 2017

By Lynn Wee   — August 28, 2017
  • Cars 3
    1 / 37 Cars 3

    If Junior is a fan of Cars, then its latest sequence by Disney Pixar, is a must-watch.
    Journey with the legendary Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) as he tries to get back in the game after getting bumped out by a new generation of blazing-fast racers. Will he be able to get help from the eager young race technician, Cruz Ramirez?
    Cars 3 rolls out in cinemas on Aug 31.

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  • The Son of Bigfoot
    2 / 37 The Son of Bigfoot

    Meet Adam, a 13-year-old boy on a quest to uncover the mystery behind his long-lost dad – the legendary Bigfoot who has been hiding in the forest to protect himself and his family from a mega corporation – Hairco.
    Does the father and son pair have what it takes to escape from Hairco? The movie opens in cinemas on Aug 31.

    Find out more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJ5yzbUDz_c

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  • The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature
    3 / 37 The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature

    Even if you and your kids have not watched the prequel that was released in 2014, you would still enjoy this animated film.
    Surly Squirrel (voiced by Will Arnett) and his animal friends must band together to save their home from a mayor who decides to bulldoze their natural habitat of Liberty Park.
    Action star Jackie Chan voices a mouse and martial-arts master named Mr Feng, who leads his mice family to give a helping hand.
    The movie opens in cinema Sept 7.

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  • Explorerkid’s Baby and Junior Fiesta
    4 / 37 Explorerkid’s Baby and Junior Fiesta

    Explorerkid’s Baby and Junior Fiesta is back! Sign your little ones up according to their age category race; ranges from the eight to 12 months age group to the five and six years old age group, and stand to win attractive prizes.
    Parents can also bond with their troop over the line-up of activities, such as the outdoor obstacle course and face-painting.

    Where: D’Marquee, Downtown East
    When: Sept 16 – 17, 2017
    Admission: Ticket price starts from $10 per child
    Find out more: https://www.eventnook.com/event/bbjr2017/home

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  • Sentosa Sandsation 2017
    5 / 37 Sentosa Sandsation 2017

    Gear up your kids for a fun time at Sentosa Sandsation 2017, Southeast Asia’s biggest sand festival, which will take place from Sept 1 to 17.
    Spanning across 2,400 sq m at Siloso Beach, and featuring more than 30 intricately-carved and larger-than-life sand sculptures, there’s a line-up of activities that will delight everyone in the family.
    Families can journey through three zones – Our Sandsational Singapore, Sentosa International Sand Sculpting Championship, and shifting sand 2, and discover a different experience for each.
    Expect lots of sand artworks (of course), multi-sensory exhibits, and interactive masterpieces.

    When: Till Sept 17
    Where: Siloso Beach at Sentosa
    Admission: This experience is included with regular paid admissions to Sentosa; free entry for Singaporeans from Sept 4 to 10 via the Sentosa Express and Sentosa Gateway.
    Find out more: www.sentosa.com.sg/sandsation

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  • Tiong Bahru Plaza
    6 / 37 Tiong Bahru Plaza

    Swing by Tiong Bahru Plaza this Sept school holidays, and let junior try his hand at the indoor rock climbing wall, which in part of the jungle-themed obstacle course; kids must be at least 110cm tall, and not exceeding 140cm.
    Families can also get together for some old-school family fun at the Uncle Ringo carnival, which takes place at the outdoor area from Aug 25 to Sept 17. Expect lots of exciting rides, inflatables, and game booths.
    And, if your little one is a fan of The Powerpuff Girls, plan your visit to have it coincide with the superhero sisters’ meet and greet, which will take place from Sept 1 to 3.

    Where: Tiong Bahru Plaza
    When: Till Sept 17
    Find out more: http://www.tiongbahruplaza.com.sg/

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  • Malay Pioneers Series: Printers & Publishers
    7 / 37 Malay Pioneers Series: Printers & Publishers

    Yes, the print industry is metamorphosing towards the digital aspect. But have you ever wondered how the formal has shifted from its previous oral culture?
    At the Malay Pioneers Series: Printers and Publishers exhibition, kids will get to learn about the history of the printing and publishing industry in the Malay Archipelago since the 19th century.
    There will also be activities such as foam printing where the little ones can stamp their own design and learn how newspapers and magazines were printed in the past; suitable for children aged four to 10.

    When: Sept 1 – 30
    Where: Woodlands Regional Library
    Admission: Free
    Find out more: www.nlb.gov.sg

    (Photo: 123RF.com)

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  • The More We Get Together: Festivals and Festivities in Singapore
    8 / 37 The More We Get Together: Festivals and Festivities in Singapore

    Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali and Christmas – what do all these festivals have in common?
    As we reside in a multiculturalism society, let your little ones learn how his peers’ of different races and religions celebrate their respective festivals, and help them identify the similarity present in all festivities.
    When: Sept 1 – 30
    Where: National University of Singapore Central Library
    Admission: Free

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  • Autumn Harvest floral display
    9 / 37 Autumn Harvest floral display

    Imagine being planted in a field saturated in rich hues of orange, red and gold flowers. Now you can do so without leaving Singapore.
    This September, the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay spots an autumn harvest theme, and families can expect creative interpretations of crop gathering such as the fruit and vegetable land, and a flower field overflowing with blooms like anemones, gaillardias and chrysanthemums.
    There will also be a mini Halloween exhibit showcasing various carved and decorated versions of – yes, you guessed it, pumpkins. Disney fans will be intrigued by Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage that sits amidst pumpkin trees, as well.

    Where: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
    When: Sept 1 – Oct 29, 2017
    Admission: From $8 for a conservatory and from $12 for two conservatories
    Find out more: http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/

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  • Changing Orchid displays in Cloud Forest
    10 / 37 Changing Orchid displays in Cloud Forest

    Orchid lovers will be in for a treat this month. Gardens by the Bay will be launching its first series of changing orchid displays, featuring over 400 of these blooms in a myriad of colours and forms.
    Use this opportunity to teach your little ones about the various genera of orchids such as the Cattleya – also known as the Queen of Orchids, and Rhyncholaeliocattleya Duh’s Fantasy Mellow – an award-winning orchid that comes in a deep red bloom or a ruffled dark fuchsia lip marked with yellow grooves.

    Where: Cloud Forest, Gardens by the Bay
    When: Sept 8 – Nov 12, 2017
    Admission: From $8 for a conservatory and from $12 for two conservatories
    Find out more: http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/

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  • The first hippo on the moon
    11 / 37 The first hippo on the moon

    Two hippos, one huge dream – who will make it to the moon first?
    Based on the book – The First Hippo on the Moon by bestselling children’s author, and comedian-dad David Walliams, this production will engage the little ones with lots of songs and striking puppetry.
    They can also expect lots of laugh-out-loud moments while learning about aspiration and teamwork in the process; recommended for children aged three and above.

    When: Sept 22 – 24
    Where: School of the Arts (SOTA) Drama Theatre
    Admission: Tickets start from $38
    Find out more:
    http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cmoon0917?cid=hli-moon0917

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  • Mid-Autumn at Gardens by the Bay
    12 / 37 Mid-Autumn at Gardens by the Bay

    Take a stroll down Gardens by the Bay this Mid-Autumn festival, and you’ll be impressed by a myriad of handcrafted lanterns that sit prettily amidst the lush greenery.
    Look out for an exciting line-up of activities such as the nightly cultural performances, lantern decorating, umbrella painting and Chinese knotting.
    Foodies will also be stoked to know that there will be a street food featuring Asian delights.

    Where: Various locations within Gardens by the Bay
    When: Sept 22 – Oct 8, 2017
    Find out more: www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/midautumn

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  • National Museum of Singapore’s Blockbuster International Exhibition – Witness to War: Remembering 1942
    13 / 37 National Museum of Singapore’s Blockbuster International Exhibition – Witness to War: Remembering 1942

    Transport your kids back to the past and let them discover stories about Singapore’s World War II history at Witness to War: Remembering 1942, at the National Museum of Singapore.
    The exhibition features over 130 artefacts from both national collection and overseas museums, such as the Australian War Memorial and Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, highlighting the shared regional history from the fall of Singapore in 1942.
    There are also various interactive stations, and a dedicated family activity space to let the young ones (aged seven to 12) understand war better.

    When: Sept 23 to March 25, 2018
    Where: National Museum of Singapore
    Find out more: www.nationalmuseum.sg

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  • Carpe Diem
    14 / 37 Carpe Diem

    Halloween comes early to Carpe Diem Kidz Arena at Arena Country Club in Jurong. At its half-day open house, kids can expect a spooktacular time as they weave their way through the Fright Mazes, take on challenges at the Terror Towers, and make their very own Skin-Masks.
    Call 9727-2241 to reserve a place for your child.

    When: Sept 30
    Time: 9.30am to 2pm
    Where: Carpe Diem Kidz Arena at Arena Country Club
    Find out more: www.carpediem.com.sg/centre/carpe-diem-kidz-arena

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  • Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2017
    15 / 37 Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2017

    Head to the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival this year.
    Your little ones will not only get to learn about the history and cultural significance of this festival, but enjoy a myriad of activities such as lantern walkabouts, craft workshops, heritage trails and music performances ranging from the traditional to the contemporary.
    Don’t forget to take a selfie or wefie with the lantern installations as a back drop; which will be available from Sept 22 to Oct 8.

    When: Sept 30 – Oct 1, 2017
    Where: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
    Admission: Free
    Find out more: Visit http://sysnmh.org.sg/ or call 6256 7377 for more information.

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  • Meet the author: Andrew Tan
    16 / 37 Meet the author: Andrew Tan

    First-time parents will be able to relate to this new book by local comic artist Andrew Tan, or better known as Drewscape – The Ollie Comics: Diary of a first-time dad.
    Take a sneak peek into his family’s adventures, and relieve your little ones’ cute and embarrassing moments.
    New parents will also get a glimpse of parenthood in this quirky graphic novel.
    If you’re a fan of Drewscape, who is also the creator of Monsters, Miracles & Mayonnaise, drop by Kinokuniya Singapore (main store) on Sept 30, at 4pm.

    When: Sept 30, 4pm
    Where: Kinokuniya Singapore Main Store, 391 Orchard Road, #04-20/20A/20B/20C/21 Ngee Ann City (Takashimaya Shopping Centre)
    Find out more: http://kinokuniya.com.sg/

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  • Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty and Culture exhibition
    17 / 37 Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty and Culture exhibition

    Easter may be over, but the little ones will stay egg-cited for a long time thanks to the Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty and Culture exhibition.
    Eggs from quails, chickens, ducks and ostriches, as well as those crafted from wax, crystal, stone and marble are all part of the 148 unique artistic works from the Liechtenstein National museum.
    Besides learning interesting stories about these creations, families will also have a direct and personalised interaction with some of the eggs –such as having a 360-degree view of it on their mobile phone.

    Where: Singapore Philatelic Museum
    When: Till Oct 8, 2017
    Admission: $6 per child; $8 per adult; admission is free for Singaporeans and permanent residents
    Find out more: http://spm.org.sg

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  • Children’s Biennale 2017
    18 / 37 Children’s Biennale 2017

    Let the whole family discover art in a novel way through installations, showcases and activities at the Children’s Biennale 2017.
    Look forward to 10 interactive installations that will engage the senses of sight, sound and touch. Not only is this exhibition perfect for kids, it’s also a great way for you to unleash your inner child. Read our review here.

    When: Till Oct 8, 2017
    Where: National Gallery Singapore
    Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs; $20 for foreign visitors
    Find out more: www.nationalgallery.sg

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  • A Little Magic exhibition
    19 / 37 A Little Magic exhibition

    Take your little one to A Little Magic exhibition, and let her step into the magical realm of Hans Christian Anderson, the Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault – authors of well-known fairytales, such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty.
    There, she will get to discover stamps from various parts of the world, and also be entertained by interactive and hands on exhibits.
    This exhibition is held in conjection with the Children’s Season Singapore, and is suitable for kids aged four years and above.

    When: Till Oct 29, 2017
    Where: Singapore Philatelic Museum
    Admission: $6 per child; $8 per adult; admission is free for Singaporeans and permanent residents
    Find out more: http://spm.org.sg

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  • Making It Home: Dreaming Rooms, Making Spaces, Creating Places
    20 / 37 Making It Home: Dreaming Rooms, Making Spaces, Creating Places

    Creativity begins at home – ordinary household objects are fodder for your child’s imagination. Learn how to explore their infinite possiblities at Making It Home: Dreaming Rooms, Making Spaces, Creating Places, the newest exhibition by Playeum’s Children’s Centre for Creativity.
    This hands-on exhibition runs daily and is suitable for kids aged one to 12 years old.

    When: Till Oct 29, 2017
    When: Tues – Sun, 10am – 6pm
    Where: Playeum
    Admission: $22 per child (inclusive of one adult); $10 for each additional adult
    Find out more: www.playeum.com

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  • National Heritage Board
    21 / 37 National Heritage Board

    Play tourist for a day and take a trip down memory lane at Singapore’s National Monuments.
    These thematic tours are led by volunteer guides, who will share about the architectural features and past stories of various buildings.
    Kids will also learn about the hidden hems of Singapore, as well as the history surrounding it.

    Where: Various National Monuments
    When: Every Saturday (varies)
    Admission: $3 per student; $5 per adult
    Find out more: Visit http://monumental-walking-tours.peatix.com/view, or e-mail NHB_NationalMonuments@nhb.gov.sg

    (Photo: Facebook/National Heritage Board) 

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  • Abode of Peace and the Lion City: A Brunei-Singapore Exhibition
    22 / 37 Abode of Peace and the Lion City: A Brunei-Singapore Exhibition

    Discover the deep-rooted friendship between Singapore and Brunei through stamps and artefacts at the Above of Peace and the Lion City: A Brunei-Singapore exhibition.
    Here, kids will also get to explore the Ulu Temburong forests with 360-degree virtual reality displays and interactive stations, and see some of the world’s rarest flora and fauna through stamps.
    Parents can use this opportunity to teach your child about the Golden Jubilee of the Currency Interchangeability Agreement between both countries as well.

    When: Till Feb 28, 2018
    Where: Singapore philatelic Museum
    Admission: $6 per child; $8 per adult; admission is free for Singaporeans and permanent residents
    Find out more: http://spm.org.sg

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  • Stitches of Love – Hidden Blessings in Children’s Clothing and Accessories
    23 / 37 Stitches of Love – Hidden Blessings in Children’s Clothing and Accessories

    Teach your kids to be grateful for the little things in life at the Stitches of Love – Hidden Blessings in Children’s Clothing and Accessories exhibition.
    Featuring close to 100 clothing and accessories from the late Qing to early Republican period, kids will learn how these adornments were bearers of hope and blessings for the young wearers back in the ancient Chinese culture. Some even believed it protected them from misfortune and disaster.

    When: Till March 4, 2018
    Where:
    Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
    Admission: Free for Singaporeans and permanent residents
    Find out more: Visit http://sysnmh.org.sg/ or call 6256 7377 for more information.

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  • Singapore International Festival of Arts 2017: Enchantment
    24 / 37 Singapore International Festival of Arts 2017: Enchantment

    Bond with your little ones over Mark, an interactive dance performance by the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2017.
    Taking place in three sites across Singapore – the National Library Board at The Plaza, Scape playspace, and MBS event plaza, parents and kids alike can join dancers as they perform across large pieces of paper, and use charcoal and coloured powder to make a collective drawing.
    Do come in attire suitable for stains from the coloured powder and charcoal.

    When: Various dates from Aug 23 – Sept 2
    Where: Various locations
    Admission: Free
    Find out more: https://www.sifa.sg/

    Related: September school holidays 2017: Activities for kids

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  • Our Tampines Hub Kite Fiesta
    25 / 37 Our Tampines Hub Kite Fiesta

    Take the kids on a kite-flying adventure at the newly minted integrated community and lifestyle hub – Our Tampines Hub.
    At this event presented by Act 3 International, families will be in for a visual treat as specially-made lightweight kites take flight in windless conditions, and to the beat of heart-pumping music. Don’t miss the Revolution Kite Performance as well, where flyers from Singapore and Malaysia will impress you with a formation display of flying prowess.
    There will also be free mass kite making workshops, where you and the little ones can make and take home your very own diamond-shaped creation.

    Where: Our Tampines Hub
    When: Sept 1 – 2
    Time: 12pm – 7pm
    Admission: Free

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  • Act 3 Drama Academy September Holiday Workshops
    26 / 37 Act 3 Drama Academy September Holiday Workshops

    Let your little ones explore their creative side with Act 3 Drama Academy September Holiday Workshops.
    Aligning with its Magic, Music and Mayhem theme, kids in the three to four, and five to seven age groups will have a fun time at its five-day Never Never Land workshop, where they will be exposed to singing, dancing, reciting and role-playing.
    Parents can also bond with their kids aged 18 to 36 months at the Flying to Neverland with Peter Pan workshop. The parent-child class will bring your tots on an enchanting journey through the use of props, music, dramatic movement, and pretend play.

    Where: Act 3 Drama Academy
    When: Various dates from Sept 4 – 9
    Admission: Prices start from $60 per child
    Find out more: www.act3international.com.sg/

     

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  • Seletar Mall
    27 / 37 Seletar Mall

    Does your little one have what it takes to conquer the Young Warriors – a physically and mentally challenging obstacle course, at Seletar Mall?
    Let your tween compete in the Advanced Ninja Warrior Course, and stand a chance to win two movie tickets at Shaw Theatres when he emerges as one of the top three fastest warriors.
    Or, if you have a younger one aged between one and six years old, sign him up for the Young Ninja Warrior Course, and stand a chance to win four movie tickets at Shaw Theatres when you post a picture of him journeying through the course.
    Spend a minimum of $10 (in a single same-day receipt) to participate in either courses.

    Where: Seletar Mall
    When: Sept 4 – 10
    Find out more: https://www.theseletarmall.com  

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  • United Square
    28 / 37 United Square

    Say “hi” to Mowgli and his friends at United Square’s The Jungle Book live show and meet-and-greet, which runs from Aug 25 to Sept 10.
    The mall is also bringing in animals from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, including a leopard cat, sailfin lizard and lesser bird of paradise, which are sure to thrill your little ones.Children can test their navigation skills and courage at the Adventure Trail (pictured). Swing across a vine, crawl through the old fallen tree trunk, and climb up a treehouse.

    When: Till Sept 10
    Where: United Square
    Find out more: www.unitedsquare.com.sg

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  • My Family Weekend
    29 / 37 My Family Weekend

    Families for Life has a myriad of activities and performances that will keep everyone in the family entertained.
    Take the little ones to its special edition Family Picnic on Sept 2, and enjoy music performances, movie screening and various activities such as an outdoor shoot, together.
    There will also be a “mama” shop for the young ones to redeem old school treats with the money earned from games.
    Or, join My Family Fiesta on Sept 3, and participate in a line-up of activities such as the Safra Punggol Diaper Dash, bowling, and karaoke session.
    Kids will also love the bouncy castles and painting activities that are available on-site.

    When: Sept 2 – 3
    Where: Bishan- Ang Mo Kio Park Ficus Green (Sept 2), and Safra Punggol (Sept 3)
    Find out more: https://www.familiesforlife.sg/Pages/default.aspx

     

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  • Kidz & Tech festival
    30 / 37 Kidz & Tech festival

    Who’s too young to learn about technology? At Kidzania Singapore’s first Kidz & Tech festival, children can experience a fun range of tech-related activities, from simple programming to cashless transactions.
    We saw kids as young as four years old learn to control robots and have a soccer match (pictured). Those from seven years old can also try their hand at flying a drone.

    When: Till Sept 10
    Where: Kidzania Singapore
    Admission: Usual admission charges apply 
    Find out more: www.kidzania.com.sg

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  • Piece of Peace exhibition
    31 / 37 Piece of Peace exhibition

    If Junior loves Lego, don’t miss this Piece of Peace exhibition – which features replicas of Unesco World Heritage sites, as well as Singapore’s very own Botanic Gardens.
    Stop by the Brick by Brick SG art installation, and use the Lego bricks provided to create a Singapore landmark. The most creative models of the day will be kept and added to the installation.
    There is also a play zone where your little ones can have fun decorating Lego cupcakes, and role-play as a police officer.
    After touring the exhibition, don’t forget to take a selfie or wefie at one of the photo booths for keepsake.
    Read our full review here.

    When: Till Sept 10
    Where: Fort Canning Arts Centre
    Admission: $17 (weekday) and $19 (weekend) for those above 17 years old; $13 (weekday) and $15 (weekend) for ages four to 16, as well as 60 and above.

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  • Secret World of Sharks
    32 / 37 Secret World of Sharks

    If your little one is obsessed with sharks, take him to the SEA Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa.
    There, he can go on a 45-minute behind-the-scenes tour to meet the latest baby sharks, or watch the aquarists in chainmail suits feed these predators.
    There’s also a shark booth and baby shark observation habitat where he can get up-close and examine a replica of the shark’s jaw and real shark teeth, as well as learn how to protect these marine species through various conservation activities.

    When: Till Sept 10
    Where: SEA Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa
    Admission: $10, in addition to the usual admission charges. 
    Find out more: http://www.rwsentosa.com/

    (Photo: Resorts World Sentosa)

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  • City Square Mall
    33 / 37 City Square Mall

    Bring the kids to City Square Mall this school holidays and catch the first ever Shimmer and Shine live show from Sept 2 to 10. Journey with the genies in the magical world of Zahramay Falls as they grant special wishes to their human friend, Leah. Spend a minimum of $50 to redeem a meet and greet pass.
    There will also be a Shimmer and Shine beauty hall where your little princesses can come donned in her favourite genie costume, pat on some glitter tattoos and participate in various colouring activities; spend a minimum of $40 to redeem a beauty pass.

    When: Till Sept 10
    Where: City Square Mall
    Find out more: https://www.citysquaremall.com.sg/

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  • Star Wars: Experience the Force Singapore festival
    34 / 37 Star Wars: Experience the Force Singapore festival

    The force is strong this Sept. Star Wars fans will be excited to know about the 10-day Star Wars: Experience the Force Singapore festival, which will host a series of pop-up experiences and activities at Orchard Road.
    Parents can interact with the iconic droid BB-8 at the virtual reality booths, while the little ones (aged four to 12 years old) learn how to master a lightsaber under the guidance of a Jedi Master; the 30-minute session is available on a first come first served basis.
    The festival will conclude at the annual Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention on Sept 9 and 10, where families will get to see the interiors of the Millennium Flacon and Rey’s Speeder vehicle.

    When: Sept 1 -10, 2017
    Where: Orchard Road
    Admission: Free
    Find out more: www.experiencetheforce.sg

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  • Sands for Singapore Charity Festival
    35 / 37 Sands for Singapore Charity Festival

    At the Sands for Singapore Charity Festival, your little ones can do their part for charity and have fun at the same time.
    Its Play It Forward Junior challenge on Sept 10 will see kids aged seven to 12 race against time as they play simple games to win up to $4,000 for a charity of their choice. They too, will walk away with exciting prizes and goodie bags; register at https://tinyurl.com/Play-it-forward-Junior
    Besides the charity challenge, families can also do good when they visit various attractions at Marina Bay Sands – the Artscience museum, Sands Skypark Observation Deck, and the Sampan Ride at The Shoppes. All ticket proceeds collected from Sept 8 to 10 will be donated to local charities.

    When: Sept 8 – 10, 2017
    Where: Various locations at Marina Bay Sands
    Admission: Free registration for Play It Forward Junior
    Find out more: http://www.marinabaysands.com/sands-for-singapore

     

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  • Is your child ready for 2036?
    36 / 37 Is your child ready for 2036?

    Head on down to the MindChamps HQ this Sat (Sept 9) and hear from the founder himself – David Chiem, about the preschool’s innovative approach to early childhood curriculum.
    Parents can learn about the research behind MindChamps’ proprietary unique pedagogy and curriculum, and how it will equip the little ones with skills needed for the world in 2036.
    You’ll also discover how the study of the 3-Minds, Champion Mind, Learning Mind and Creative Mind, is applied into the everyday learning in the classrooms.

    When: Sept 9, 10am to 1pm
    Where: Professor Snyder Theatre, MindChamps HQ, HDB Hub East Wing, Level 17, 480 Toa Payoh Lor 6
    Find out more: https://www.mindchamps.org/preschool/curriculum-talk/

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  • Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention
    37 / 37 Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention

    Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention will be celebrating its 10th birthday this Sept 9 and 10.
    The annual celebration of pop culture and comics will feature local and international toys, games, comics, anime and collectibles, and kids can even get to try their hands on new and unreleased games such as the Pokemon Trading Card Game.
    It’s also Kids’ day on Sept 10 – so children aged 12 and below can enter the convention for free, and parents can sign your little ones (aged five to 12) up for the Kids’ cosplay parade and let them soak in the fun; register by Aug 31 at www.singaporetgcc.com/events/Kids-Cosplay-Parade/.

    When: Sept 9 – 10
    Where: Marina Bay Sands Expo (Halls D, E and F)
    Admission: The all-access one-day pass starts from $19
    Find out more: http://www.singaporetgcc.com/

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