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Check out Asia’s largest aerospace and defence event
Aspiring pilots, don’t miss the Singapore Airshow, billed as Asia’s largest Aerospace and Defence event. With aircraft displays, spectacular aerial performances and meet-the-pilot sessions, there’s plenty to keep aviation enthusiasts occupied for a weekend of fun. Psst, children under three enter for free!
10 & 11 February 2018, 9.30am – 5.30pm, Changi Exhibition Centre. Visit the official website for more information.
Spread some goodwill
To celebrate 30 years of giving back to the community, Tote Board is throwing a bash at Gardens by the Bay and everyone is invited! Called A Good Day Out, you can look forward to dance and fitness workouts, performances by local musicians The Sam Willows and Joanna Dong, face painting, talks on disability awareness, a charity marketplace and more.
10 February 2018, 10am – 8pm, The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay. View the programme lineup here.
Garden, make some slime and boogie to Bollywood music
If gardening and slime making are your idea of fun, head down to children’s play centre The Artground for these kid-friendly activities and more. Apart from getting your hands dirty, pick up some Bollywood dance moves and make music using kitchenware. Activities are available on a first-come first-serve basis, and children of all ages are welcome.
10 & 11 February 2018, 10.30am – 4.30pm, The Artground. Click here for more information.
Celebrate Chinese New Year at KidZania
Pop by KidZania for special Chinese New Year-themed activities such as a zodiac bingo game and origami craft workshop. There’ll also be a parade and your little one can enter the hongbao design competition.
From now until 27 February 2018, all day, KidZania. More information here.
Make a hongbao carrier
Chinese New Year means receiving lots of hongbaos, and to keep them safe, check out this parent-child workshop on making your very own hongbao carrier! Choose from two designs: a mandarin orange and pineapple design or a pair of mandarin oranges. Great for ages four and above.
10 February 2018, 10am – 1pm, Trehaus. For more information and to register, click here.
Decorate your home with a pretty floral collage
Mark the arrival of spring with the National Gallery Singapore’s free drop-in activity, and bring home a lovely floral collage to decorate your home with! Great for ages four and above.
11 February 2018, 10am – 6pm, National Gallery Singapore, Keppel Centre for Art Education. Click here to learn more.
Learn about the Chinese zodiac
Discover the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac through an interactive shadow puppet activity.
From now until 11 March 2018, 11am – 6pm, PIP’s PLAYbox. Click here for more information.
Create a unique artwork using Scratch Art
Spend a crafty Sunday at Hill Street Coffee Shop’s Scratch Art workshop, where your child can create an artwork by drawing on special art paper with a wooden stylus. Suitable for ages four and above.
11 February 2018, noon – 1.30pm, Hill Street Coffee Shop outdoor dining area. Click here for more details.