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Promoting The Love Of Literature In Young Children Wed, 27 May 2015 11:56:08 +0000 Over a hundred participants thronged the meeting rooms on 16 May at the Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre to hear Dr. Aw Guat Poh speak at the third of The Little Skool-house International Early Literacy Seminar series. Dr. Aw is Associate Professor at the National Institute of Education Singapore, and is renowned for her rich experience in training parents and educators on how to teach Chinese as a second language to children.

Literacy Parenting Seminar The Little-Skool House  International

In this seminar series ‘Promoting The Love Of Literature In Young Children’, Dr. Aw delivered her keynote speech; highlighting the importance of supporting Chinese language learning for preschool children and strategies to strengthen language foundation in the young.

Language acquisition and language learning: Know the difference

Dr Aw Guat Poh The Little-skool house parenting seminarMore families are speaking English at home and this is a worrying trend. “Even more children today are expressing the ‘I hate Chinese’ anxiety.” Dr. Aw added. To help children overcome their mental hurdle and pick up Chinese or another second language, parents first need to differentiate between language acquisition and language learning. Once they have done, they need to find ways to encourage the former.

Dr. Aw explained that language acquisition and language learning are both essential in developing a child’s literacy; the former works on the speaking ability and the latter, on the writing skill. While language acquisition happens through natural communication in daily life, language learning requires a well-planned curriculum and plenty of memorisation which is “extremely painful” for any young child.

Because children are considered natural learners, the most ideal way for them to learn a second language is through acquisition first. Dr. Aw advised all parents to expose their children to natural learning environments and real communication situations in order to make learning a meaningful, enjoyable and lifelong process.

Is Your Child A Passive Or Active Learner?

The goal for parents is to develop children to be active second language learners. A passive second language learner would be disinterested in the language and would dislike using it. Some signs are – the child dislikes to converse in Mandarin and does not want to complete his or her Chinese homework. Another trend of the passive second language learner is that they usually score well in other subjects but do poorly when it comes to their second language.

From Passive to Active Learners

Before the lecture came to an end, Dr. Aw reminded the audience to always be committed and firm to request their children to use their second langue at home in order to start the language acquisition process. After the lecture, parents were invited to attend one of three available workshops conducted by literacy development experts. In the series of workshops, all speakers agreed that in order to flourish in their languages, children need unwavering support from parents. Dr. Aw and the other experts concurred that parents can do well to start spending quality time together to learn with their children.

Literacy Workshops for parents

Useful Resources

The aim of the resources is to advance language acquisition and make learning memorable for young children. Here are a few parents can turn to.


  • Sesame Street in Chinese
  • Miss Panda’s Reading Playground
  • 鳄鱼怕怕牙医怕怕


Books: A plethora of Chinese books available at Maha Yu Yi Pte Ltd at 231 Bain Street #03-07 and #03-11 Bras Basah Complex Singapore 180231 and books by Tarō Gomi (五味太郎)

Other forms of media and exposure:

  • Chinese TV show
  • Chinese instructions on mobile phones
  • Listen to Chinese FM when driving children to school
  • Chinese bedtime stories
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Wharton Preschool Open House Wed, 27 May 2015 09:24:59 +0000 Wharton Preschool is having an Open House (Ang Mo Kio) this Saturday, 30 May 2015 from 10 am to 1pm.

Address: 4190 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 Levels 4 & 5 Broadway Plaza Singapore 569841

  • Learn about Wharton Curriculum
  • Play at our Multisports Circuit
  • Hands on with Art and Craft
  • Reap $280 discount vouchers
  • Reap+ $100 discount at Open House
  • Win a pair of sistic tickets for a play

* Terms apply. Reap and Reap+ applicable with minimum 6 months’ continuous enrolment. Reap+ only applicable for sign up at Open House.

6455 6100 (Ang Mo Kio)
9366 3899 (East Coast)

Wharton Preschool Open House 30 may

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Free Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen Wi-Fi and MindChamps eLearning Books (Total worth of $406).

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Parenting With Love Seminar 2015 Tue, 26 May 2015 12:37:08 +0000 On 25 April, The New Age Parents and New Age Pregnancy organized Parenting with Love Seminar: Preparing Your Child For Primary One. With over 100 parents in attendance, the speakers engaged, interacted and shared their insights on their  field of expertise.

Preparing your child for P1 seminar by The New Age Parents

Why is it important to teach our children to be financially savvy? Are kids really able to understand the concept of saving, spending and sharing? One of the new things that will be introduced when children attend Primary One is pocket money.

Our first speaker, Ernest Tan highlighted the importance of teaching our children to be financial savvy and why it was crucial for parents to start these money lessons young. He showed how parents can start to introduce the concepts of sharing, spending and saving even before they go to Primary school.

Parents learning more from money coach Ernest Tan

Ernest sharing more tips with parents after his talk.

Michael, who has a daughter going to Primary School next year shared the same thoughts. “Ernest came across as somebody who really knows what kids need right now. Especially in this age where kids are exposed to a lot of different things, like your iPads, games and toys. I’ve learnt that understanding a little bit of financial savviness is actually quite important and it’s important for parents to start when the kids are young.”

On the next two topics of language learning, speakers from Julia Gabriel and Chengzhu Mandarin Centre suggested useful, applicable and bite size tips on how parents can make learning English and Chinese meaningful and engaging at home. The speakers shared their own anecdotes of how they applied the methods at home with their children, and how it has worked well for them.

Speakers talking to parents

Fiona Walker (in black and white) and Lynetta Chua (in blue) from Julia Gabriel speaking to parents after their talk.

Tips for making your child fall in love with chinese

Huang Ying (left) sharing how the ‘one person one langauge’ policy paid off for her and her son. Next to her is Iris Lim, Principal of Chiltern House Preschool.

Father of a 2 year old, Zhi Rong acknowledges the struggles parents face in raising a bilingual child. He has tried to speak both languages at home with his child but ends up fumbling sometimes.

“We live in a bilingual society. So sometimes at home I try to speak both English and Chinese but somehow I end up in a ‘crossfire’ myself. After hearing about the ‘One person one language’ method from the Mandarin talk, I will give this a try and leave the English part to my wife, while I speak solely in Chinese.”

The last speaker, Dr Vanessa von Auer from VA Psychology Centre gave an overview of bullying in the 21st century and how it is an increasing epidemic, with the introduction of social media. She gave parents bully-proof strategies and confidence boosting techniques they can teach and use at  home.

Bully proof your child - Dr Vanessa talking with parents

Dr Vanessa demonstrating a simple balloon exercise parents can use to teach children about empathy.

The Seminar ended with a token of appreciation to the speakers, and a lucky draw for our parents. Parents also walked away with a goodie bag worth $60 and a special Parenting with Love Seminar Booklet, which covers content of the seminar topics, and other articles to help parents prep their child for Primary One.

To read the e-copy, go to Parenting with Love: Preparing your child for Primary School.

Best Catering for food Neo Garden

Refreshments provided by Neo Garden Catering.

GALT Products

Parents browsing through GALT products from the US. Infantino Enterprise Pte Ltd is the sole distributor of GALT in Singapore. Their products can be found at major departmental stores.

Premium English Enrichment Centre in Singapore Julia Gabriel Education

A parent inquires more about Julia Gabriel programmes.

The organizers would like to thank all the parents who came, to our exclusive education partners and partners for making this seminar a success!

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New Rule For Primary One Registration 2015 Tue, 26 May 2015 03:01:06 +0000 According a new ruling by the Ministry of Education, children who secure a place for Primary 1 in 2016 based on the proximity of their homes and the school will have to stay at the declared address for at least two-and-a-half years.

Priority is given first to children who live within 1 kilometre of the school, followed by those who live between 1 and 2 kilometres, and lastly to those who are more than 2 kilometres away if the demand exceeds the vacancies available at a school (Ministry of Education Singapore, 2015).

How To Keep Track Of Your Kids When School Starts

Abuse of Priority Scheme

However, there were instances when this priority scheme was abused by parents in order to get their child into the desired schools.

Earlier this year in March, a 35 year old father lied about where he lived in order to get his daughter into a top primary school. The address he provided to the school’s principal belonged to his uncle’s sister, and had been rented out. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two weeks in jail. (The Straits Times, 2015)

For Families who have not moved in to their new address

For families who have bought a property that is still in the process of construction and plan to move in after its completion, they are required to live at the new address for at least 30 months starting from the time the family moves into the property.

This means if you register your child in 2015 and you only move into the new address in July 2017, the 30 months stay period starts from July 2017 (MOE website).

For families who are already staying near the school

If you have secured a place for their child in Primary 1 next year due to your home’s proximity, you will have to stay at the declared address for at least 30 months from the start of the registration exercise on July 2.

If the new regulation is not met, MOE reserves the right to transfer the child to another school with vacancies.

2015 Primary One Registration Phases and Procedures

Home-school partnership

Duration: 3 July – 27 August 2015

Where: At the school of your choice

If you are registering your child in Phase 2C and Phase 2C Supplementary, you may register online under the MOE Primary One Internet System (P1-IS) for all primary schools.

  • Phase 1 – Thursday, 2 July 2015 and Friday, 3 July 2015

For a child who has a sibling studying in the primary school of choice

  • Phase 2A(1) – Tuesday, 7 July 2015

(a) For a child whose parent is a former student of the primary school and who has joined the alumni association as a member not later than 30 June 2014.
(b) For a child whose parent is a member of the School Advisory / Management Committee

Announcement of Results: By Thursday, 9 July 2015

  • Phase 2A(2) – Monday, 13 July 2015 and Tuesday, 14 July 2015

(a) For a child whose parent or sibling has studied in the primary school of choice
(b) For a child whose parent is a staff member of the primary school of choice

Announcement of Results: By Thursday, 16 July 2015

  • Phase 2B – Monday, 20 July 2015 and Tuesday, 21 July 2015

(a) For a child whose parent has joined the primary school as a parent volunteer not later than 1 July 2014 and has given at least 40 hours of voluntary service to the school by 30 June 2015
(b) For a child whose parent is a member endorsed by the church/clan directly connected with the primary school
(c) For a child whose parent is endorsed as an active community leader

Announcement of Results: By Friday, 24 July 2015

  • Phase 2C – Wednesday, 29 July 2015, Thursday, 30 July 2015 & Friday, 31 July 2015

For all children who are eligible for Primary One in the following year and are not yet registered in a primary school

Online registration period: Starting from 9.00 am on 28 July 2015 to 4.30 pm on 30 July 2015.

Announcement of Results: By Wednesday, 5 August 2015

  • Phase 2C Supplementary – Wednesday, 12 August 2015 & Thursday, 13 August 2015

For a child who is not yet registered in a primary school after Phase 2C

Online registration period: Starting from 9.00 am on 10 August 2015 to 4.30 pm on 12 August 2015.

Announcement of Results: By Tuesday, 18 August 2015

  • Phase 3 – Thursday, 27 August 2015

For a child who is neither a Singapore Citizen nor a Singapore Permanent Resident

Announcement of Results: By Monday, 30 November 2015

More information on the Primary One registration phase and procedures.

What do you think of this new rule? Will it help lessen the instances of possible abuse? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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Winterrific Summer Escapade At The Snow City Mon, 25 May 2015 08:51:40 +0000 Snow City Presents
Winterrific Summer Escapade
30 May – 28 June 2015

Escape the summer heat and have fun with Oki, our newest mascot, this school holiday!

Dress the Snowman
Hey kids! Use your creativity in designing your own snowman, and get artistic with every shade of the rainbow on the free colouring sheet!

Snow Blizzard
Enjoy the 15-minute impression programmes, depicting snowstorms and winter winds.

Cool Science Show with Oki, the Inuit Boy
Watch Oki in an exciting demonstration that showcases the power of liquid nitrogen. Be awed as it freezes and affects objects, while it smokes, expands and evaporates!

Meet and Greet Session with Oki

Join Oki in a unique showdown, followed by a photo-taking session.

For more information, visit

Winterrific Summer Escapade at the Snow City

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How To Help Your Child Be Comfortable With Public Speaking (Part 2) Mon, 25 May 2015 05:10:37 +0000 Public speaking is not emphasized in schools here. But if you think about it, speaking in front of a class can be just as intimidating for children as it is for adults! It is an important life skill to develop.

With effect from 2015, the Ministry of Education will revise it teaching of English at upper Primary school. The focus will shift to Oracy skill, making the students speak the language more confidently and to know how to use it beyond the classroom.

In the new PSLE oral exams, pupils will have to respond to anything from a poster to a map to a biscuit wrapper. Pupils will have to hold a conversation with the examiner, to give their opinions and to say what they think of the situation.

Help Your Child Be Comfortable With Public Speaking

Making a speech in public is not as daunting as sitting for oral exams, since there is only one audience.

However, if you would like to them to public speaking, here are things you can do to bolster their confidence so that your child can give their best.

1. Offer a listening ear

If the speaker asks you to listen while they practise their speech, be generous with your time and do just that. It may be a big moment for them and they need all the help they can get to make it perfect. Offer to take them away from the everyday hustle and bustle to find a quiet spot when they can speak freely without inhibitions.

Then listen. Truly listen.With your ears, your eyes and your mind. Even if you’ve heard the speech a few times before, try to form first impressions of the speaker: what they say and how they say it. Make unobtrusive notes so that you don’t throw the speaker off-track.

Listen to the entire speech, not just part of it so that you don’t form the wrong impression and end up ruining rather than enhancing the speech.

2. Don’t offer unsolicited advice

During the speech, don’t rush to point out mistakes immediately. Be content in noticing and observing and listening. Only when the speaker has finished should you identify their strengths and weaknesses.

3. Be gentle and positive

Remind the speaker that your feedback is only your opinion. Find and start with a positive point – the topic, the subject matter, the opening line, the closing note, the quotations, the examples, the voice, the jokes, or the body language. Speak about it with enthusiasm. Buoy up their spirit.

Later, when touching upon improvement areas, never tease, taunt or look down upon the speaker. Stick to the facts, be impersonal and talk politely but plainly. No one likes to hear criticism but no one will get offended by a sensible critique.

4. Be genuine

Feedback that is insincere is useless and helps neither the giver nor the taker. Believe in what you say. Backing your thoughts with solid evidence and data makes it more worthwhile.

5. Don’t berate

If the final speech doesn’t go well, the speaker is already going to be upset, hurt or embarrassed. Don’t make them feel worse by heaping on an “I told you so”. Sympathise, support and help them snap out of it by pointing out that losing one battle does not mean the war is lost. There are sure to be plenty more opportunities and with practice, they can only get better.

6. Get help

Professional orators must invest time and effort in studying the art and science of speaking. An expert guide or mentor can provide valuable tips on its many aspects, and design a comprehensive development programme. For amateur speakers, supporters can offer to research a subject, edit and proof-read the speech, video a practise session for reviewing later, etc.

My initial setback in public-speaking was not all gloom and doom for me. My love for the English language manifested itself in another way – writing. While giving me the same pleasure, confidence and a comfortable anonymity from having my audience assess the words instead of the wordsmith, writing can be as impactful, influential and far-reaching as speaking.

Will I ever go looking for a chance to conquer my demons and make a formal public speech again?

I don’t know. But I do know that when my daughter is standing up there behind the podium, I will have been there with her every step of the way.

For me, my child will always be a winner.

By Devyani Borade

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The Gingerbread Man Giveaway Winners Mon, 25 May 2015 04:30:32 +0000 Congratulations to the following lucky winners of our The Gingerbread Man Tickets Giveaway! They have won a set of 4 tickets to The Gingerbread Man at Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel on 7 June 2015 5pm show.

itheatre gingerbread man

The names of the winners are:

  • Goh Hui Keng Veronica
  • Oh Yen Yen
  • Sieu Chee Ping Ivy
  • Soh Shan Na
  • Tan Saw Eng Noelle

* Winners will be contacted via email / phone.
* Only valid for the day of show.


  • Tickets valid for 7 June, 5pm show at Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel only.
  • Winners to collect tickets from I Theatre Office by 29 May 2015. Address: 27 Kerbau Road Singapore 219163. Tel: 6341 5960.
  • Winners will need to present NRIC during ticket collection.

*Terms and Conditions apply.

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June School Holidays 2015 Activities for Kids Mon, 25 May 2015 04:00:33 +0000 June School Holidays Activities for children 2015 – where to bring kids June school holidays 2015, meet & greet, to musicals and more. Check back regularly as we add more.

For June Holiday Enrichment programmes, visit June Holiday Enrichment Programmes 2015

For other up coming events, visit Events in Singapore

Note: All details are correct as at time of publish. Readers are advised to check with the various event organisers for the most updated schedules.

1. Family Day Out Adventure Cove
Date: 21 June 2015
Venue: Adventure Cove Waterpark, Sentosa
For more information, visit SAFRA Family Day Out – Adventure Cove

SAFRA Family day out Adventure Cove

2. Kodomo Fiesta At Liang Court
Family Obstacle Race – Form a team and participate in an obstacle race to win prizes! Pre-registration required.
Dates: 22 May to 27 June 2015
Venue: Liang Court
For more information, visit Kodomo Fiesta At Liang Court

kodomo fiesta liang court

3. SAFRA Lil’ Stars
Showcase the talents of your little ones as a solo or group act to win cash and prizes worth $3,600.

Date: 6 to 13 June 2015
Venue: SAFRA Toa Payoh
For more information, visit Learn And Play With SAFRA This School Holiday

SAFRA Lil' Stars

4. The Kidz Academy 2015
Have fun with your favourite cartoon characters including Pocoyo, join FREE Trial Classes, redeem your free goodie bag and ice-cream and more!

Date: 5 to 7 June 2015
Time: 11am – 9pm
Venue: Suntec Hall 403-405

For more information, go to The Kidz Academy 2015

pocoyo meet and greet 2015

5. Winterrific Summer Escapade
Escape the summer heat and have fun with Oki, our newest mascot, this school holiday!

Date: 30 May – 28 June 2015
Venue: Snow City
For more information, visit Winterrific Summer Escapade At The Snow City

Winterrific Summer Escapade At The Snow City

6. Catch Hi-5 ‘Live’ and Meet and Greet
Let’s go on an adventure this June holidays, as United Square – the Kids Learning Mall brings you to the exciting world of the Triassic era and the magical world of Hi-5!

Date: 11 to 23 June 2015
Venue: United Square
Tickets: Free
For more information, visit Catch Hi-5 ‘Live’ and Meet and Greet

Hi-5 United Square

7. The Gingerbread Man
Date: 20 May to 7 June 2015
Venue: Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel
Tickets: $32
For more information, visit The Gingerbread Man

itheatre gingerbread man

8. Koala Mania at Singapore Zoo
This June school holidays, enjoy an exciting array of activities at the koala’s housewarming party in Singapore Zoo!

Date: 30 May to 28 June 2015
Venue: Singapore Zoo
For more information, visit Koala Mania at Singapore Zoo

Koala Mania at Singapore Zoo

9. Gundam Docks at Singapore
Date: 4 to 28 June 2015
Venue: Takashimaya Square, B2 and Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza.
Tickets: Free
For more information, visit Gundam Docks at Singapore

Gundam Docks at Singapore

10. ImagiNation – In celebration of Kindness Day SG
Dates: 30 to 31 May 2015
Time: 11am – 10pm
Venue: *SCAPE Playspace 2 Orchard Link, #04-01, 237978
Tickets: Free Admission
For more information, visit ImagiNation – Kindness Day SG


11. Singapura: The Musical
Dates: 19 May – 28 June 2015
Time: 7.30pm (Tuesday – Friday) | 2.30pm & 7.30pm (Saturday – Sunday)
Venue: Capitol Theatre – 17 Stamford Road Singapore 179907
Tickets: Range from S$65 – $175
For more information, visit Singapura: The Musical

Singapura: The Musical

12. Uncover Treasures at AMK Hub
Date: 22 May to 28 June 2015
Time: 10am – 10pm
Location: AMK Hub

For more information, visit Uncover Treasures at AMK Hub This Great Singapore Sale!

Uncover Treasures at AMK Hub

13. Flowery Fun Times at Gardens By The Bay
This enchanting series of floral displays for the year will draw visitors into the magical world of folklore, legends, fairy tales and nursery rhymes as told through the language of plants.

Date: 22 May to 19 July 2015
Time: 9am – 9pm
Location: Flower Dome

For more information, visit Flowery Fun Times at Gardens By The Bay

Flower Dome June holiday activities 2015

14. The Nickelodeon Slime Cup
Date: 6 to 7 June 2015
Venue: Downtown East’s Event Square
Tickets: Free
For more information, visit The Nickelodeon Slime Cup

Nickelodeon Slime Cup Pic 2

15. ACT 3 International’s ‘Children-for-Children’ project
Date: 3 to 5 June 2015
Venue: National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street
Tickets: Free
For more information, visit ‘Children-for-Children’ project

ACT 3 International presents Children-for-Children

16. Go Back In Time on World Environment Day – Free Movie Screening
Date: 6 June 2015
Venue: City Square Mall
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Tickets: Free
For more information, visit Free Movie Screen of ‘The Croods’

Go Back In Time

17. Dinosaruize me!
A two-week exploratory adventure, held in partnership with Science Centre Singapore, featuring dinosaur-themed art workshops, Science shows, and a digging pit with hidden fossils waiting to be uncovered!
Date: 29 May t0 14 June 2015
Time: 11.00 am – 8.00 pm
Venue: Plaza Singapura
For more information, visit Discover the Lost World of Dinosaurs

Dinosaruize me singapore science centre

18. LEGO® Build. Play. Fun.
Date: 29 May to 28 June 2015
Time: 10.30am – 10pm
Venue: Raffles City Atrium, Level 3
For more information, visit LEGO® Build. Play. Fun.

LEGO Build. Play. Fun. Event Information

19. Meet Barney & Friends at City Square Mall
Rock and roll to a super fun retro live show with Barney & Friends, a retro carnival, other fringe activities and a slew of exciting deals for the whole family.

Date: 29 May to 28 June 2015 (except Monday)
Time:  1.00pm, 2.30pm, 4.00pm, 7.00pm
Venue: City Square Mall, L1 Atrium
For more information, visit Let’s Get Groovy at City Square Mall

Meet Barney and Friends June holiday

20. FREE “Crash-A-Course” Trial Class!
Date: 30 May 2015
Time: Different time slots for different age groups
Venue: The Theatre Practice 实践剧场, 155 Waterloo Street, #02-08 Stamford Arts Centre, Singapore 187962
For more information, go to
Mandarin Courses for kids

21. Children’s Season 2015
Date: 30 May to 28 June 2015
Time: Different time slots for different venues and activities
Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum | Malay Heritage Centre | Singapore Discovery Centre | Singapore Maritime Gallery | Land Transport Gallery | iExperience | Memories at Old Ford Factory | National Heritage Board
For more information, visit Children’s Season 2015

Children's Season 2015

22. U Family Ultimate Play Challenge
If you are game for adrenaline-pumping challenges, gear up to push your speed, agility and teamwork to a whole new level as a family!

Date: 13 June 2015
Time: 2.30pm to 6.30pm
Venue: Grand Lawn @ West Coast Park
For more information, visit U Family Ultimate Play Challenge

U Family Ultimate Play Challenge

23. Singapore Philatelic Museum School Holiday Programmes
Go on a guided tour, learn about the world of philately, paint and decorate your own mailbox or check in for a night of adventure, games and craft.

Date: 2 to 18 June 2015
Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum
For more information, visit Singapore Philatelic Museum School Holiday Programmes

Singapore Philatelic Museum School Holiday Programmes

24. National Orchid Garden Free Entry May to June
Children below 12, students and accompanying adults can visit the National Orchid Garden for free.

Date: 23 May to 7 June 2015
Venue: National Orchid Garden
Time: 8.30am – 7pm (Last entry 6pm)
For more information, visit National Orchid Garden Free Entry

National Orchid Garden Free Entry

25. Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) 2015
The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) is offering for the first time several public and ticketed programmes.

Date: 30 May to 6 June 2015
Venue: National Library Building, Singapore, & Mochtar Riady Auditorium, SMU Administration Building
For more information, visit Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) 2015

26. SEA Games
To be updated.

27. Aquarama 2015
Aquarama will incorporate Pet Asia 2015, adding further to the spectacular setting of the dynamic event.

Date: 30 May to 31 May 2015
Venue: Suntec Singapore Hall 401-403
Time: 30 May 1pm to 8pm | 31 May 10am to 7pm
Price: Adult S$8 per entry | Child (below 12 years old) Free admission
For more information, visit Aquarama 2015

Aquarama 2015

28. SG50 PlayLah!
Dates: 6 to 7 June 2015
Time: 12 – 6pm
Venue: Hall 4A Singapore Expo
Tickets: Free Admission
For more information, visit SG50 PlayLah!

SG50 PlayLah!

29. Popular Expo SG50 Sale
Dates: 28 to 31 May 2015
Time: 11am – 9pm
Venue: Hall 4A Singapore Expo
Tickets: Free Admission
For more information, visit Popular Expo SG50 Sale

30. Jurassic World
Is your child a dinosaur fan? Then you might want to catch the long awaited third sequel of the Jurassic Park Franchise.

Dates: From 11 June 2015
For more information, visit Jurassic World

Jurassic World

31. Doraemon: Nobita And The Space Heros
Dates: From 29 May 2015

32. Minions
Dates: From 11 June 2015

33. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Dojo Experience
Learn the ways of being a ninja – a Ninja Turtle – at the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Dojo Experience at Downtown East these school holidays!

Dates: May 29 to June 28, 2015
Time: Weekdays (including Vesak Day) – 1pm – 8pm; Weekends – 11am – 8pm
Venue: Event Square at Downtown East, Singapore

For more information, visit Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Dojo Experience

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Dojo Experience

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