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Get ready because this upcoming weekend has a lot in store for you and your kids! 

Things to do This Weekend in Singapore | March 21-28, 2020

You’ll never really run out of things to do in Singapore. This weekend is full of arts-related activities and workshops for the kids and, of course, we can’t leave out the parents! There are also workshops and shopping opportunities for you as well! Check out these things to do this weekend:  

Build-a-House with MuzArt – Kidzania | March 22

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Get crafty and build your own miniature house with cardboards, glue, and more! 

This workshop’s facilitator, MuzArt, is not just all about learning the art. Through art education, their teachers seek to cultivate their student’s ethics and behaviour in a fun and relaxing environment. They’re all about redefining learning of art. They believe that it is crucial to develop a child’s confidence and creativity at a young age. 

Build-A-House will be held at Kidzania, which is an indoor educational and entertainment centre that is complete with buildings and vehicles authenticated by real-world international and local brands. Combining role-play with real life, Kidzania offers fun and interactive activities for kids in Singapore, where kids aged three years old and above can work, learn, and play in the kid-sized city! 

Venue
Kidzania Singapore, 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008

Date and Time
March 22, 2020 | 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Price
$65.8

Parents’ Talk on Spurring Creativity in Children | March 28

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At this FREE Parents’ Talk, you will get to discover the Do’s and Don’t’s of a Parent’s Role, the benefits of creativity, how parents can spur that creativity in their children, and the role of the parents in nurturing their child’s creativity. These are all topics that are necessary for you to help boost your child’s confidence and skills as parents. 

Adeline Lim, the speaker of this talk, is the founder of Impressions Art Studio and Impressions Discovery Space. Established in 2010, Impressions Art Studio offers an open-ended art experience that caters to children and adults. The studio honours the process of individual learning in a safe, inspiring, and creative environment. With the belief that every student is uniquely piqued with different interests, Impressions Art Studio offers IMpressionist classes, workshops, and holiday camps that teach about various art techniques and mediums to children. 

Venue
31 Ocean Way, Sentosa, Singapore 098375

Date and Time
March 28, 2020 | 10.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.

Price
Admission is FREE.

Birds & Bees, A Workshop for Parents | March 28

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How do you talk to your children about sex? It’s a topic that many parents are happy to put off discussing for as long as possible. But what are the consequences of making the home an environment where talks about physical intimacy are off-limits?

Birds & Bees is an experiential workshop for parents, run by parents, to help you start and sustain the critical conversation about sex – in a non-judgemental way. No matter where you are in your parenting journey, this workshop will allow you to: 

  • Understand the lasting, positive impact of talking to your children about sex and relationships
  • Introduce crucial information about consent, personal boundaries, and safety to your children
  • Talk openly about the difference between respectful, healthy relationships and abusive, unhealthy ones
  • Improve your communication with children on difficult or uncomfortable topics
  • Create a home where your children are not afraid of approaching you if they have questions or are troubled about a relationship or sexual encounter

Through case studies, role-play and facilitated discussions, the workshop will give you a chance to think more deeply about your values and sexual health knowledge, and improve communication with your children. All parents are welcome, though we’ll deal with issues most relevant to parents of teenage children who are 12-18 years old.

Venue
Aware Centre, 5 Dover Crescent, #01-22, Singapore 130005

Date and Time
March 28, 2020 | 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

Price
$15

Music & Craft for Kids | March 21

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A fun, interactive, and hands-on musical workshop for kids to learn how to make their own instrument and play it! Fun, engaging, and musical – this is an activity for the young ones as they slowly step into the amazing world of arts and craft as well as music-making.

This workshop is structured like an arts and crafts session with materials provided for making and customising the instruments followed by a music session for everyone to play along together. This short 2-hour program will be the perfect weekend family-bonding activity.

Venue
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Boulevard, SIngapore 018906

Date and Time
March 21, 2020 | 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Price
Admission is FREE. Registration is required.

Takashimaya Baby Fair: Antenatal Workshop | March 21

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Looking for an antenatal class to prepare you and your partner for the arrival of your little one? This comprehensive two-day workshop includes all you need to welcome the newest addition to your family. On the first day, you will tackle the physiology of labour and birth, the signs and stages of labour, and what to expect during labour and delivery. On the second and last day, you will be discussing the topic of knowing your options during labour and birth.

The organiser of this event, Beauty Mums & Babies, provides an environment conducive for delightful healthcare experience through their well-trained professionals. They aim to partner with the mother-to-be and new mother from bump to birth and help them to be comfortable and confident during the different stages of motherhood and childhood. Their team of certified professionals (specialised in both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Javanese methods) also provide a comprehensive range from prenatal and postnatal well-being services to prenatal and postnatal yoga

Venue
Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Rose Room (L3), 391A Orchard Road, Singapore 238873

Date and Time
March 21-22, 2020 | 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Price
$98

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