YOU CAN JOIN IN, TOO!
Get in on the action with Junior when you attend these parent-child classes.
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. www.sportball.com.sg 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.therockschool.sg 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-singapore.com 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