What can you do with your children in February to use up all their energies after the excitement of Chinese New Year? Here’s a list for you!
1. KidsFest 2020
KidsFest is a beautiful festival to celebrate family bonding through stage performances. Starting on January 29 and running until February 16, four different performances are happening over three weeks. Shows available include The Gruffalo, Mr Men Little Miss, Stickman and The Gruffalo’s Child. Each show is open during a fixed week and from Wednesday to Sunday. There are four timing to choose from so you can relax and enjoy the shows with your children.
Timings: 10am, 12pm, 3pm, and 5pm
Venue: Victoria Theatre
Book Tickets here
2. The Vivo Kids Multi-Sports
The National Stadium is hosting an open house for parents and children to enjoy a variety of sports and lifestyle activities during the March school holidays. If you are not keen to squeeze with everyone because your child is still very young, the Vivo Kids Multi-Sports event may be just the thing for you. Bring your children for an hour of immersive fun, engaging various sports and games at the National Stadium on 9 February instead! You will need advance tickets, so buy them fast as spaces are limited.
Timings: 1.30pm to 2.30pm or 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Venue: National Stadium
3. Mindfulness for Kids and Parents
Children can be a handful to manage when they are unaware of their own emotions. As parents, it is crucial to teach them so that they can learn to manage their feelings and use positive framing for any negative experiences. One of the best ways to teach them is to join them in a fun and yet meaningful experience to learn the management of emotions. Created for children between 7 to 12 years old, the Mindful Space welcomes parents to attend the session with their children so that they can learn together.
Timing: 4.30pm to 6pm
Venue: 10 Winstedt Road, Blk A, #02-02 Singapore 227977 (Near ACS Junior, Newton)
Book tickets here.
4. Gullinkambi – Puppetry Theatre for Children
Children love puppets. There is something magical about puppets that engage children on all levels. Puppetry theatre, therefore, is an excellent way for parents to introduce puppets to their children. Enjoy a puppet show from Bon Appetit Theatre, as they bring a story of love and courage to your children through puppetry, physical theatre, lights and music. It is suitable for children, age three and above.
Timing: 11am, 2pm and 5pm
Venue: Esplanade Recital Studio
Book Tickets here.
5. Huat Huat Land
Share the meanings of Chinese New Year with your children by visiting Huat Huat Land. Let them learn more about Chinese New Year through the various exhibitions and murals. Everyone is welcome.
Timing: 9am to 11pm
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre