Get in on the ac­tion with Ju­nior when you at­tend these par­ent-child classes.

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PAR­ENT & TOT AND ME & MY DAD BY SPORT­BALL SIN­GA­PORE #06-101 Mid­view City, tel: 6250-1830. Open Mon to Fri, 8am-6pm; Sat & Sun, 9am-5pm.­ FOR KIDS... Aged two to three WHAT Both weekly classes teach the same thing, but the Me & My Dad class is es­pe­cially for dads and their kids. Your budding ath­lete will be in­tro­duced to eight ball sports – hockey, foot­ball, ten­nis, base­ball, bas­ket­ball, vol­ley­ball, golf and rugby. Par­ents join in all the ac­tiv­i­ties and games. The classes aim to cul­ti­vate ball sense and co­or­di­na­tion in chil­dren. All the equip­ment used is sized for smaller kids. HOW MUCH $360 for 12 lessons, plus a reg­is­tra­tion fee of $60 (in­clu­sive of a Sport­ball jersey) and a re­fund­able de­posit of $50 DOU­BLE UP! BY THE ROCK SCHOOL 850 New Up­per Changi Road, tel: 6242-2106. Open week­days, 1-10pm; Sat, 10am-10pm; Sun, sched­ule varies. Closed on Wed. www.the­ FOR KIDS... Aged four to 14 WHAT Con­ducted once a month, each ses­sion lasts two hours, and al­lows par­tic­i­pants to ex­pe­ri­ence rock climb­ing in a fun way. Par­tic­i­pants also play in­ter­ac­tive games like cha­rades – par­ents and kids take turns, with one act­ing out the clues while the other scales a low wall to reach a chalk­board and write the an­swers.

Walls are age-ap­pro­pri­ate – younger kids will at­tempt the “easy” wall with an out­ward-fac­ing in­cline; older chil­dren and their par­ents can give the flat wall a go. Climb­ing along­side your child helps boost his or her con­fi­dence and en­cour­age team­work and com­mu­ni­ca­tion; you’ll be hooked up to safety har­nesses at all times. HOW MUCH $58 for each adultchild pair CIR­CUS SKILLS BY JWT KIDS GYM SIN­GA­PORE #02-12 UE Square, tel: 6333-8511. Open daily, 9am-6pm. www.jwtkids-sin­ga­ FOR KIDS... Aged five to nine WHAT The two-to-three-day (depend­ing on de­mand) spe­cial­ity work­shop takes place dur­ing school-term breaks. Kids and their par­ents learn to do fun cir­cus tricks to­gether, like syn­chro­nised tum­bles and cart­wheels, jug­gling with balls or a di­a­bolo (an axle spun with a string at­tached to two sticks) and hang­ing from a trapeze. The area is padded with safety mats, while the trapeze is low enough even for tots who are afraid of heights.

For longer hol­i­days, there’s also a cir­cus makeup class, where kids learn to ap­ply clown makeup. HOW MUCH $55 for ev­ery two hours

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