Ho, ho, ho! Universal Studios Singapore turns into Santa's Land for a Christmas celebration twinkling with snowflakes... Come with friends and family to soak in the wonderful atmosphere – we promise a jolly good time for one and all!
The month-long Christmas extravaganza will be bursting with festive cheer and exciting activities for the entire family.
Yes, the exams are over and the school holidays are fast approaching.
It is true that your child could use a little "down time" to rest and relax ... but the holidays also represent a good time to CORRECT some of the mistakes of 2014.
There's a common saying - "Things change only if you do" and unless your child fixes the errors in thinking and preparation, it's inevitable that these will appear again next year and wreck havoc again.
Also, it's important to get to the heart of the issue affecting your child. Trying to paper over the cracks by sending them to "more tuition" doesn't work, because it doesn't address the REAL problem.
Often, kids don't lack intelligence and they don't need another class teaching them how to solve math or science problems. What they really need is a REASON WHY to put in the effort and do well in school.
After the hard work of mugging for exams, the year-end holidays is a good time to think about teaching your child about doing heart-work.
DATE: 24 - 26 October 2014 (Fri - Sun)
TIME: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
VENUE: The Float @ Marina Bay
Free admission to all the activities.
Find out more at http://www.robotx.org/
Catch 15 teams from 5 different countries competing for the top honour at the Maritime RobotX Challenge 2014. Plus, visit our Science & Technology Showcase and join us for a spectacular global show, inspiring hands-on workshops and exciting activities that showcase the wonders of science.
Emotional, Social and Mindfulness skills
that will stay with children for life
For our upcoming school holiday camps, we have integrated Mindfulness practice into our popular Social and Emotional learning program.
Through experiential learning and team activities, children will acquire the following skills over the 5-Day camp:
Children's Day Weekend Extravaganza
3-5 Oct, L1 Atrium, 11am - 9pm
Celebrate Children's Day with a whole host of exciting shows. And parents be sure to check out the EduFair for exclusive education and enrichment deals.
- 3pm onwards: Free goodie bag for the first 100 kids daily
- 3pm-5pm: Magic show, music and dance performances
- 5pm: Mat Yoyo 'Live' on stage and Meet & Greet
Super Rewards for Super Shoppers
3 Oct - 2 Nov
Receive a $5 City Square Mall voucher when you spend $150 ($200 if inclusive of NTUC FairPrice receipts)*
PLUS! One City Square Mall mug for the first 1,000 shoppers with at least 1 receipt from F&B, Kids' Ware or Education & Enrichment outlets*.
*Terms & conditions apply.
Also don't miss these activities happening at the L1 Atrium:
Explore and learn how next generation technologies could make a difference in your daily life and participate in fun games and activities with your friends and family. Grab the chance to subscribe to exclusive fibre broadband promotions. Come on down to iExperience at the Esplanade Xchange on 6 and 7 September 2014 between 12pm and 7pm for a fun-filled day.
Admission is free. More info on iCarnival 2014, visit www.iexperience.sg/icarnival2014.
BASF is the world’s leading chemical company and has been operating in Singapore since 1978.
About BASF Kids’ Lab
In 1997, BASF set up its first Kids’ Lab in Ludwigshafen, Germany. To this day, Kids’ Lab has been launched in 33 countries. Since its inception, more than 200,000 have attended workshops/events organised by Kids’ Lab.
In 2003, Kids’ Lab was set up in Singapore. It is expected that more than 1,000 children aged 6 to twelve would be attending this year’s Kids’ Lab workshops. Interactive experiments were conducted so that children could learn first hand, about science.
The partners who work with BASF to make this happen
Playeum, or The Play Museum, worked together with National Library Board to organise Kids’ Lab for 2014. For a span of almost 2 weeks, with 4 workshops running back to back, more than 1,000 kids had the opportunity to get in touch with chemistry. The public runs spanned from 31 May to 7 June.