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Kiztopia: Play to Learn, Learn through Play
Themed around 11 original characters, Kiztopia features up to 18 play areas designed with specific learning objectives for children to cultivate their social, emotional, and motor skills!
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Kiztopia: An Overview
Kiztopia is designed and tailored to integrate the eight intelligence matrixes: music smart, people smart, body smart, self smart, picture smart, nature smart, logic smart, and word smart. The indoor playground is structured in a way that aims to encourage children to choose and explore on their own volition. Through this, their development will also include physical, emotional, cognitive, and social development.
Howard Gardner, who proposed the theory of multiple intelligences, believes that people do not have just an intellectual capacity, but have many kinds of intelligences as well. Many educators today utilise multiple intelligences in their curriculum by integrating Gardner’s theory into thinking, learning and playing.
Kiztopia carefully designs its play areas to help develop and discover your child’s’ unique strengths. Through interaction with the environment, peers, and parents, children can excel in more than just the physical aspect as opposed to the common misconception. Kiztopia also encouraged parents and other supervising adults to be with their children for a better and more fun play experience!
Kiztopia is suitable for children 12 months to 12 years old. But of course, they also welcome all ages to try out and join in the fun! For young children below the age of 12, close adult supervision will be required as there can be small objects and areas which may not be suitable for the littles ones.
The indoor playground occupies 18,000 square feet in space and houses up to 18 different play areas including:
This zone is for those kids who love (or would love) to drive! This includes mini cars and even a play petrol station for that immersive experience.
Hero Square is where most of the activities happen. There are also plenty of photo opportunities for you and your kid with the Kiztopia mascots. Don’t forget to drop by the Hero Square in between these play zones!
Bell’s Kitchen features lots of equipment necessary for a fun cooking experience. Alongside this is a dining area to complete the setting!
Just like a real supermarket, Raby’s Mart is complete with groceries, shopping carts, and even a check-out counter for the kids’ role-playing.
Tina snips are the perfect zone for the kids to explore their creativity. In this play section is a mini changing room where they can try out a wide range of costumes from princesses to superhero outfits.
Just how big is Kiztopia? Well, it’s big enough that it can even fit massive bouncy castles!
Let your kids have fun at this train-themed section, Chug Eli!
In this play zone, children can create and draw art on interactive screens and also have them projected onto AR projection walls.
More onto AR projection devices! With Honey Notes, kids can play instruments projected on the screen by touching them!
Perfect for those who are extremely active, Mojo Zone is for you! In this section are two swirly slides, a huge ball pit, and even banana boats you can ride on as if you’re on the water.
Even more AR projection walls! In AR Walls, kids can play projected AR games on the wall.
More slides! Cosmic Space houses five sets of slides that are 5-7 meters long each. They also have climbing contraptions and behind the slides is a swing in the form of a battering ram.
As indicated by the name, Trampio consists of not one, not two, but three trampolines for the kids to enjoy!
Ninja warrior is filled with obstacles, steps, and other kinetic features such as monkey bars and a swinging bridge. Your kids will definitely get a good work out in this one!
Raby’s Pit offers a sensorial experience for the young ones through sand play – but instead of sand, they used small wood cubes!
Of course, toddlers will have their own special section! Sprite has a small play structure, ball pit, and even mini obstacles for the more adventurous ones.
There are more areas for the younger ones, and it’s called Pepe’s Ball! As hinted by the name, it’s a ball pit for toddlers that is a little smaller than the previous ones.
Alley Oop Mark
Yes, more AR projection walls! Alley Oop Mark features an AR basketball studio where kids can pick up a mini ball and throw it at a hoop projected onto a wall.
House Rules to Remember:
- Entries are for single admittance only. No exchanging of the adult is allowed.
- We strongly recommend long sleeves and jeans/pants to avoid potential abrasion.
- It is mandatory for all visitors to wear socks at all times within the premises. Non-slip socks are required for all children under 12. If you haven’t brought any, they are available for purchase at the reception counter. You may keep your footwear in the designated areas provided. Slippers will be provided for restroom visits.
- Adult supervision is required at all times for minors aged 12 and below.
- Outside food and beverages are strictly not allowed except for baby formulas.
Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 1, #01-09, Singapore 039594
Call 6493 0211
Sunday to Thursday – 10.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holidays – 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
Single Admission – X-press (1 Hour) – $28.00
Single Admission – X-tra (3 Hours) – $38.00
Single Admission – X-perience (Weekdays – Unlimited playtime; Weekends & Public Holidays – 5 hours) – $48.00
Visit Kiztopia’s website for more details.
Kiztopia’s Best Feature
Kiztopia is a mix of traditional and advanced technology which makes for the perfect learning grounds for any kid. Not only that, but each station or play zone caters to any preference that the children might have – role-playing, activity games, and sports! There are a plethora of options for both the parent and the kids to go to, and you’ll never run out of things to do!
Why We Like Kiztopia
Kiztopia effectively maximise the space that they have and managed to fit in a whopping 18 play zones inside it – all really good ones at that! Not only are they entertaining (even adults find them so), they also serve a purpose in a child’s development in more than one area. Kiztopia’s ethos of implementing the theory of multiple intelligences can easily be seen in how much the children enjoy themselves and how they interact with their environment.
What Others Have To Say About Kiztopia
Despite how massive Kiztopia is, its safety is never compromised!
The broad range of play zones is even enjoyed by the adults as well!