THOW KWANG POT­TERY JUN­GLE

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KIDZANIA

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TRAPPED ES­CAPE ROOM SIN­GA­PORE

VISIT VISIT VISIT HOW MUCH Take your lit­tle ones on a his­tor­i­cal tour through Sin­ga­pore’s old­est sur­viv­ing brick-built, wood-ring dragon kiln, erected in the 1940s in Jurong West. You also get to see a live demo at the pot­ter’s wheel.

An­other op­tion: take part in a hands-on pot­tery ses­sion with your child to cre­ate your own mas­ter­piece.

$35 per child or adult for a hands-on work­shop (two hours) with one hand­build­ing art­work; $50 per adult for a work­shop (three hours) with hand build­ing and us­ing the pot­ter’s wheel to cre­ate two art­works. VISIT KIDSTOP @ SCIENCE CEN­TRE The ex­hibits at the Science Cen­tre can be too in­tim­i­dat­ing and com­plex for preschool­ers, which is why it cre­ated this spe­cial space for them.

At its per­ma­nent ex­hibit on marine con­ser­va­tion, lit­tle ones can colour their favourite sh and scan it to watch it come alive on the ocean screen. HOW MUCH Thow Kwang Pot­tery Jun­gle Kidzania www.thowk­wang.com.sg VISIT HOW MUCH HOW MUCH

Ded­i­cated to pro­duc­ing learn­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for chil­dren, Playeum’s third ex­hi­bi­tion, A World Full Of Sto­ries, pro­vides unique en­vi­ron­ments and in­stal­la­tions, within which chil­dren can cre­ate their own sto­ries, as well as im­merse them­selves in sto­ries from dif­fer­ent cul­tures.

$20 per child (12 months to 12 years old); free ad­mis­sion for one ac­com­pa­ny­ing adult; $10 per ad­di­tional adult.

www.playeum.com

In March, Kidstop will launch a new pro­gramme for ages two to three, where you and your child can learn more about science themes through dance and play. Each theme con­sists of four one-hour ses­sions, and is priced at $150 for four ses­sions. Themes will change monthly.

From $10 for chil­dren and $5 for adults.

www.kidsstop.edu.sg Chil­dren get to work, learn and play in this ed­u­ca­tional theme park, which of­fers fun and in­ter­ac­tive ac­tiv­i­ties. They can also role-play to be who­ever they want to be – a sur­geon, pi­lot, mu­seum cu­ra­tor, pizza chef, jour­nal­ist, re ghter, ice-cream maker, den­tist, and even an ac­tor at the the­atre where par­ents can watch a show put on by the kids.

$25 per toddler (two to three years old); $58 per child (four to 17); $35 per adult (18 and above).

www.kidzania.com.sg Imag­ine be­ing trapped in a room. To nd your way out, you and your team (two to 10 peo­ple) have to solve puz­zles, dis­cover hid­den clues, and un­cover mys­ter­ies.

The ex­pe­ri­ence at this es­cape room in *Scape, Or­chard Road, is guar­an­teed to come with lots of laugh­ter and fun. Check the web­site for in­for­ma­tion on which rooms are suit­able for younger chil­dren, as some may have props and themes that may be too scary for them.

$28 per per­son; off-peak rates are $22 per per­son on week­days be­fore 6pm, and $18 for stu­dents aged 21 and be­low.

www.trapped.sg

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