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Celebrate Easter at Jurong Bird Park
Meet Peter Rabbit, go on an Easter egg hunt and learn about eggs at Jurong Bird Park’s Egg-citing Easter with Peter Rabbit event. Crafty kids can let their creative juices run wild with egg painting and bunny making activities, and fun eggy experiments.
24 March – 15 April 2018, various times, Jurong Bird Park. Visit the official website for more information.
Revisit Singapore’s wartime history
Go back in time to 1942 when Singapore was under Japanese occupation at the Witness to War exhibition, which ends this Sunday at the National Museum. Learn what life during wartime was like for young people at the family activity space, and discuss the learning points with your child after. Suitable for ages seven to 12.
Ends 25 March 2018, 10am – 7pm, National Museum of Singapore. Find out more about the exhibition here.
Step into the colourful world of Trolls
Let the lovable trolls from DreamWorks’ Trolls dazzle you with their colourful and vibrant world! Look out for a glitter dance party, watch your favourite characters perform songs from the movie and try your hand at virtual reality games.
From now until 29 April 2018, 10am – 7pm (Monday to Thursday) and 10am – 10pm (Friday and weekends), Universal Studios Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa. View the lineup of activities here.
Check out a pop-up art carnival
As part of the Arts in Your Neighbourhood initiative, watch a Nomadic Art Caravan transform a carpark in Ang Mo Kio into a pop-up art carnival featuring music, dance, theatre, interactive art installations and live performances. Soak in the good vibes, feast and have a merry time.
24 & 25 March 2018, 5 – 10pm, open carpark at Ang Mo Kio Central 2 (behind Ang Mo Kio Library). Find out more here.
Listen to chicky tales
Come hear stories of a family of little chicks and how they evade a sly fox in this storytelling session by The Storytelling Centre Limited. Suitable for ages three to seven.
24 March 2018, 12pm – 12.30pm, Cluny Court. Click here for more information.
Make buildings out of recycled materials
Go green while having fun at the National Gallery’s drop-in activity, where your child can create buildings from recycled materials. Suitable for ages four and above.
24 & 25 March 2018, 10am – 6pm, Keppel Centre for Art Education, National Gallery Singapore. For more information, click here.
Go on a food learning journey
Learn all about food and find out what it takes to be a chef at KidZania. Kids get to make their own smoothies and milkshakes and create cheese skewers. Feeling creative? Sign up for the parent-child cupcake decorating workshop where you can put your icing skills to the test.
24 & 25 March 2018, 10am – 6pm, KidZania. Click here for more information.
Join the Earth Hour movement
Do your part for the environment and have family fun at Earth Hour. Go on a panda quest, shop for green products at the marketplace and catch performances by local acts. Don’t miss out on the countdown bash on 24 March, where the Singapore skyline will dim as part of the global movement.
24 & 25 March 2018, various times, open area near The Float @ Marina Bay. Find out more here.
See how fish and prawns are harvested
Make the trek to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve for a live fish and prawn harvesting demonstration at the Wetland Centre. Be transported to the past and learn about the history of the ponds.
24 March 2018, 9.30am – 11am, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Wetland Centre. Register here.