Thursday, 26 November 2015

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favourites’, March 2016

‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar 

& Other Eric Carle Favourites’ 
by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia, Canada

Drama Centre, 5 to 13 March 2016 (no show on 10 March 2016)
For 3 to 6 year olds
This magical work of black light theatre brings together the beloved tales of award- winning children’s book illustrator and writer Eric Carle – The Very Hungry Caterpillar; Little Cloud and The Mixed Up Chameleon – is suitable for 3 to 6 year olds.

This timeless production is the perfect platform to introduce drama to children as it is a captivating showcase of stunning visual effects, innovative shadow puppetry, and vibrant music. Within a short span of one hour, little ones will be also be enriched by knowledge of science, the arts and even morality – all inspired by the themes highlighted in the storybook. 

This triple bill will enthral the young with its magical transformation of well-loved tales into a larger-than-life piece of theatre. 

For more information;
T: +65 6735 9986

Note: For information only
Credits: ACT3 International 

Friday, 13 November 2015


Country Music Superstar BLAKE SHELTON to host "Nickelodeon's 2016 Kids' Choice Awards", 
Airing in Asia on 14th March 2016
Country music superstar and coach on the Emmy winning NBC’s The Voice, Blake Shelton, will host Nickelodeon’s 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards, airing in Asia on 14 March 2016. Super-sized surprises will take over next year’s Kids’ Choice Awards honouring favourites from the worlds of film, music, and television, and giving kids a front-row seat to slime, stunts and celebrities. The show will be seen by kids around the globe on Nickelodeon channels in 180+ countries and territories. Additional Kids’ Choice Awards news will be announced in the coming months.

More information from:
Credits: Nickelodean Singapore

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Top 10 Best Sellers For Your Little One!

If you are a first time parent and you are not sure what to get for your little one? You are not alone! Here are the top 10 best sellers to get for your baby.

Top 10 Best Sellers For Your Little One

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Wee Can Too Veggie Baby Finger Paint
Who says babies can’t have fun? Kick start the development of your child’s imagination and encourage learning of the senses with Wee Can Too Veggie Baby Finger Paint! Made from organic ingredients, this is not only safe for the young ones, but it also paints a whole new world!

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Vtech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker

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Little Tikes Cookin' Sounds Gourmet Kitchen
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Straight from Japan, Goon diapers - the top selling diaper brand in Lazada – is the perfect example of good quality diapers that comes at a reasonable cost. Goon diapers provide the essential comfort for babies with soft breathable diapers that goes easy on the skin, reducing diaper rash. Together with double leak guards and a wetness indicator, it is also designed to have a high absorbency rate – diaper mess will now become a thing of the past!

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Monday, 9 November 2015

Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay

Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay Returns Bigger, Brighter, Cooler

28 November 2015 to 3 January 2016

Singapore’s biggest yuletide fair, Christmas Wonderland, returns to Gardens by the Bay from 28 November 2015 to 3 January 2016. The fair will showcase more Italian Luminarie light sculptures, an expanded event ground, a European-style Festive Market, traditional rides and games, and a comprehensive repertoire of new attractions and entertainment for visitors of all ages.

Riding high on a successful inaugural year in 2014, this year’s Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay will be nearly doubled in size at 35,000 square metres. Visitors can embark on an experiential journey through four main areas – the spellbinding Luminaries which begin at the Golden Garden and extend throughout the festival site; the Festive Market at the Supertree Grove; The Fairground near The Meadow; and the Christmas Toyland floral display in the Flower Dome.

Kaleidoscopic Festive Treats

Lending a festive air to the Gardens, visitors will be greeted by a resplendent display of Luminarie light sculptures, a returning crowd favourite, from the moment they step into the grounds.Handmade by Italian craftsmen using white-wood from the south of Italy, these picturesque masterpieces feature an all-new architectural design reminiscent of the medieval period. 56 enchanting sculptures – the tallest towering over 20 metres – will nestle amidst the greenery within the Supertree Grove, Dragonfly Bridge and Flower Dome.

A brand-new Christmas Toyland floral display will be showcased at the Flower Dome. This year, toys reign supreme amidst yuletide floral favourites like the poinsettia, Christmas rose, winter heather and holly. 

Believe in the Christmas Magic of Play

The Fairground offers a delightful array of traditional carnival rides for the first time in Singapore. They include the Helter Skelter – the tallest slide in Singapore, a vintage style carousel and a trackless train. Apart from rides, visitors can also pit their skills at game stalls such as Extreme BasketballCan Smash and Roll-a-ball. Prizes include memorabilia from Disney and Warner Bros.

An entirely different experience awaits at the Ice Palace over at the Supertree Grove, which offers a cool and refreshing wintry Christmas in the tropics. Visitors can make snow angels, build their very own Olaf at the Snow Playground or choose to unleash their inner Michelle Kwan and glide on ice at the Ice Skating Rink.
Visitors will also be able to hop onto the Swinging Chairs and enjoy the rush of air on their faces while they take in the panoramic sights of the festival grounds.

In addition, visitors can experience ‘snow’ in Singapore during Blizzard Time at the Spalliera, the largest Luminarie light sculpture, or have Fun With Bubbles at The Fairground.

Feast, Shop and Have a Merry Christmas

Complete the festive experience with a feast for the senses and partake in a spot of Christmas shopping along the way too. The fair will see the charming European-style Festive Market make its comeback at the Supertree Grove with more to indulge in. 
Featuring traditional wooden huts specially brought in from the United Kingdom, visitors can enjoy a greater selection of international cuisine and wines from renowned food and beverage operators such as Brewerkz, Sebastian, Café Iguana, Shabestan, The Diner by the Travelling C.O.W. and Paul’s. Apart from festive nibbles, the market will also offer a wide variety of Christmas gifts, including new craft items. 

For more information, please visit:
Official website:
Official hashtag: #ChristmasWonderlandSG

Credits: Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay
Note: For information only

Treasure Island (Oct - Dec 2015) at DBS Arts Centre

Treasure Island
Till 13th Dec 2015
DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT

With the pirates, ship captains and coconuts around, we had a fantastic time watching Treasure Island stage show at the DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT last weekend. Musical and a bit hilarious, our 4 and 6 year old enjoyed every bit of it. From sets to costumes and characters, it was a job well done.

The moral of the story was to cherish friendships more than the worldly treasures. A new adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's popular novel of the same name, Treasure Island follows the adventure of Jim Hawkins, a lion-hearted 13-year-old girl who receives a treasure map from a kooky old seaman. Jim is tasked to help find the hidden treasure, but the road to riches is never smooth sailing. 

We also loved the idea of having a little interactive workout cum dance with the cast and music at the end of an hour-and-a-half long play. 

A whimsical theatre performance with Captain Smollett, Captain Flint - Billy Bones, Black Dog and others like Jim Hawkins and Squire Trelawney is not to be missed during this holiday season. 

Treasure Island
A swashbuckling, action-packed musical for the entire family!
Presented by SRT's The Little Company
From 30 Oct 2015
DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT

Shiver me timbers, ahoy there matey!

This year-end, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) The Little Company (TLC) is set to stage Treasure Island, a hilarious and exhilarating musical production suitable for the entire family.

A swashbuckling, action-packed musical about friendship and trust. This exhilarating show for the entire family will keep you on the edge of your seat!

More information from:

Credits: DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
Note: For information only

Monday, 19 October 2015

Singapore Dance Theatre presents Swan Lake 2015

Singapore Dance Theatre presents Swan Lake 2015 

3 – 6 December 2015
Esplanade Theatre 

For 6 years and above

With an ever-compelling story and technically demanding choreography, this is the ballet not to be missed! An ideal performance for seasoned audiences and novice attendees, Swan Lake offers a clear plot to follow and a spectacle unlike any other. With exquisite costumes and enchanting moments, this classic piece remains to be the favourite ballet of many children and adults.

A timeless masterpiece by the legendary choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, Swan Lake is well established in SDT’s repertoire. The company premiere was in December 2007, and has since been restaged in 2009 and 2012. 

The story begins with Prince Siegfried, who goes hunting. While hunting, Prince Siegfried sees an amazing swan. As he takes aim to shoot, the swan turns into a beautiful woman. The woman, Odette, tells the prince that she is a princess who has come under the spell of an evil sorcerer called Rothbart. During the day, she must be a swan. At night, she is allowed to be a human again. The spell can only be broken if a nobel prince swears eternal fidelity to her. She tells Prince Siegfried that if he refuses her, she must remain a swan forever. Prince Siegfried falls madly in love with Odette. The Royal Family hosts a party at the palace to celebrate the Prince’s 21st birthday. Prince Siegfried, under a spell casted by Rothbart, accidentally proposes to Odile, Rothbart’s daughter, believing that she is really Odette. Princess Odette, who appears at the party, witnesses Siegfried declaring his love for Odile and feels doomed. The prince returns to Odette at the lakeside and she forgives him. The prince defeats Rothbart in a battle which finally releases Odette and all the swan maidens from the spell to become women once again.

Tickets from:

More information from:

Credits: Singapore Dance Theatre
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Friday, 9 October 2015


October 2015 to January 2016

ACT 3 Drama Academy recognised for its highly educational yet entertaining programmes for children is thrilled to present its year end workshops from October 2015 to January 2016 (selected dates) inspired by the year end holiday season for babies from 7 months old right up to teens.

October 2015

Of Crocodiles and Gorillas, For 3 year olds

Based on his side-splitting poems – The Crocodile’s Toothache and Gorilla – children will be introduced to these animals while learning the art of storytelling, dramatising, speaking in rhymes and learning new vocabulary.

Ready… ACTion!, For 4 to 7 year olds

Based on What’s in the Sack? and Hungry Mungry, this workshop will encourage children to learn and experience words through movement and action. Key techniques learnt will be loosening up the body and translating words into actions.

Sidewalk Show, For 8 to 12 year olds

Just how much drama can one create in a minute? Inspired by Where the Side Ends, this workshop will encourage children to think out of the box as they create their very own mini ‘oneminute acts’. The body, voice and imagination will be put to the challenge!

November 2015 to January 2016 Workshops 

It’s All About Colours, 7 months to 17 months
28 November to 19 December 2015 (selected dates, one day workshop) 
10.30am to 11.30am 

A fun-filled session of movement and painting galore as both parent and child discover the art of dramatising together. It is inspired by Ellen Stoll Walsh’s Mouse Paint about three adorable albino mice and their antics with paint.

This week long workshop based on the classic tale by The Brothers Grimm will build confidence, spark an imaginative mind and improve speaking skills. 

The Nutcracker, 5 to 7 year olds 
23 November to 16 January 2016 (selected dates, week-long workshop) 
9.30am to 11.30am or 3pm to 5pm 

Basic dramatic skills such as movement, voice and characterisation will be taught as children enjoy this beautiful tale of friendship and 

Christmas Past, Present and Future – A Pantomime 
8 years old to teens
23 November to 16 January 2016 (selected dates, week long workshop) 
9.30am to 12.30pm or 2pm to 5pm 

A classic theatrical form, the pantomime requires special techniques of miming and movement and plenty of physicality on stage. 

In this adaptation inspired by Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, children will have a riot of a time exploring the life of famous old miser Ebenezer Scrooge! 

To register for all workshops and more information:
T: +65 6735 9986

ONE-TWO-SIX Cairnhill Arts Centre, 126 Cairnhill Road.

Credits: ACT3 International
Note: For information only

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Great Eastern Women’s Run 2015​ (大东方女子竞跑​)​​

Great Eastern Women’s Run 2015
​ (
1 November 2015Sunday

Time: 7.00am (Race Village to open)
           5.30am (21.1km Flag Off)
           7.00am (10km Flag Off)
           7.40am (5km Flag Off)
          *subject to change

Venue: The Float@Marina Bay

This year marks Great Eastern’s 10th year of unifying women in health and life. The run caters to women from all walks of lives. Featuring the 5km, 10km as well as 21.1km race distances, Great Eastern aims to make the run accessible to female runners of all levels. This year, a 100m Princess Dash has been introduced for the young ones. In addition, participants can don a tutu for a good cause.

All 17,000 race slots have been ful
ly subscribed and a great turnout is to be expected on race day. 

 of the public are 
​d ​
to join
at the race village, where​
 various fun and exciting activities 
​catered for both adults and kids of all ages. 
​It will be a good opportunity for all to bond and have a healthy day out with your family!

More information from:

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Monday, 5 October 2015

National Gallery Singapore!

National Gallery Singapore To Open Region’s First Art Education Centre for Young Visitors

A new immersive learning facility at the National Gallery Singapore will soon open to give young visitors more reasons to cultivate their interest in art. The activities will form the core of the purpose-built Centre, where families can extend their art journey from the gallery spaces into another seamless world of interactive, hands-on art exploration.

The Keppel Centre for Art Education will be the first of its kind in the region to provide young visitors the opportunity to access original artwork, handle art tools, select artworks, write labels and conduct exhibition tours for their peers through experiential learning and role-play in masterclasses led by artists and educators. Through this unique visitor experience and other art-making and active learning programmes, the Gallery hopes to encourage curiosity, imagination and thoughtfulness among young audiences, ultimately enriching art education in Singapore and enabling more visitors from all walks of life to appreciate art.
Based on the three board principles of Learning about Art, Learning from Art and Learning through Art, the Keppel Centre for Art Education will feature art commissions that are purposefully designed to stimulate the imagination of younger audiences, based on the belief that every person is born creative:
  •   Art Corridor – Young children will be invited to touch, explore and change the look of artworks through interacting with moveable elements. Highly tactile and visually impactful, the Art Corridor provides a unique interactive art experience that may be enjoyed not only by very young visitors, but by visitors of all ages.

  •  Art Playscape – Inspired by the idea of "entering a painting", Art Playscape develops curiosity and imagination through active play, movement and discovery for young visitors. Through different adventure trails, visitors uncover hidden stories. Mysteries, unexpected surprises and fantastical characters await the most curious visitor.

  •  Project Gallery – Designed as an immersive and contemplative environment, the Project Gallery invites visitors to use art to imagine creative solutions to real world issues. Visitors can also display their art pieces in the Project Gallery as part of the collaborative learning process that connects their creative ideas with the artist’s artworks.
Children’s Museum – Visitors to the Children’s Museum will gain insight into the creative process of different artists in an environment inspired by their respective studios. Through experiential learning and role-play, young visitors will learn to select artworks, write labels and conduct exhibition tours for their peers.

The Keppel Centre for Art Education is slated to open together with the Gallery on 24 November this year. Located on the ground floor of the City Hall Wing, the Centre is easily accessible to schools and families with young children. Admission to the Centre is free.

More information from:

Credits: National Gallery Singapore. 
For information only.

Monday, 7 September 2015

Pink Ribbon Walk 2015

Pink Ribbon Walk 2015 
3 October 2015 (Saturday)

2pm – Carnival Commences
5pm – 3.2km Walk Commences

Marina Bay Event Square @ Waterfront Promenade

Pink Ribbon Walk (PRW), organised by Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) aims to bring breast cancer fighters, survivors and supporters together in a symbolic 3.2km walk and hopes to raise awareness of breast cancer amongst others who are unfamiliar with or unaware of the gravity of the disease. This event is in conjunction with the internationally recognised Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Join in the fun activities for young and old at the carnival taking place before the walk. Commencing at 2pm at the Waterfront Promenade’s Event Square, the carnival is open to members of the public. 

With an estimated turnout of 6,000 participants, expect waves of pink – the internationally recognised colour for breast cancer awareness – to take over Singapore’s evening skyline as the walk flags off at 5pm.

Registration is now open at
All participants will receive a PRW tee-shirt, goodie bag and a chance to win great prizes in the lucky draw. They will also be able to mingle with the cast from Pangdemonium’s upcoming play, Chinglish, as well as fairies from WINX.

More information from:

Note: For information only
Credits: Pink Ribbon Walk Singapore


Thursday, 24 September to Tuesday, 10 November (9am – 9pm)
Gardens by the Bay

Fireworks: Friday, 25 September

Friday, 25 September – Sunday, 4 October

- Spectacular Lantern Sets (7pm – 11pm daily) 
(Main Entrance, Supertree Grove, Dragonfly Bridge and Dragonfly Lake)

- Cultural Performances (7pm; 8pm; 9pm) (Supertree Grove)

- Food Street (6pm – 11pm) (Supertree Grove)

Long admired for its beauty, the Chrysanthemum is a symbolic feature in traditional Chinese art to depict the autumn season. Marvel at unusual varieties such as Spider Chrysanthemums and Disbud Chrysanthemums first cultivated in ancient China and Japan. As you stroll through the scenic landscape dotted with Chinese lanterns and a teahouse, take time to appreciate the special displays of Chrysanthemum that have been meticulously trained to produce multiple large blooms on a single plant. "Celebration of Chrysanthemums" is the fifth of six chapters in Gardens by the Bay's storytelling journey in 2015. This enchanting series of floral displays for the year will draw visitors into the magical world of folklore, legends, fairy tales and nursery rhymes as told through the language of plants.

More information from: 

Note: For information only
Credits: Gardens by the bay

Monday, 24 August 2015

September Holiday Workshops & Activities 2015

Updated on 9th Sept 2015
It’s Play-Doh Month this September!

Bonding with your kids over fun and games has never been easier this September! Indulge in some quality family time by having a multi-sensorial experience with Play-Doh! Explore the creativity within your child’s mind and embark on a fun-filled adventure of imagination, while enhancing the child’s cognitive skills.

In celebration of Play-Doh month this September, Hasbro Singapore has prepared a fun contest and workshops for you and your loved ones to enjoy during this September School Holidays!

Play-Doh Fun Creations Contest
To encourage learning through creative fun with Play-Doh, Hasbro Singapore will launch the Play-Doh Fun Creations Contest from 1 September to 30 September. To participate,
  1. Simply snap a picture of your children’s Play-Doh creations and upload it onto Facebook
  2. Like the Hasbro Singapore Facebook Page and tag Hasbro Singapore in your photo entry on Facebook
  3. The 3 most creative entries will win a year’s supply of Play-Doh products worth $500* each!
*Terms & Conditions Apply

Play-Doh Workshop and Demonstration

There will be workshops held at Toys’R’Us Vivo City and Tampines Mall from 4 – 13 September, from 12 – 9pm. Get hands on and join the workshop with any purchase of Play-Doh products and you get to take home your very own Play-Doh creations. Upon completion of your creation, you will also get to receive a “Certificate of Creativity”, a 1oz Play-Doh can and a letter mould.

There will be also be in-store demonstrations at Takashimaya, Ngee Ann City from now till 9 September, from 12 – 9pm.

Meet Doh-Doh

Get your camera ready for that picture perfect moment where you’ll get to meet the Play-Doh mascot, Doh-Doh! Happening on 5 September, Doh-Doh will be at Toys’R’Us Vivo City from 2pm – 4pm and Takashimaya, Level 4 from 6 – 8pm. There will also be another session at Takashimaya, Level 4 on 6 September, from 3 – 5pm. Come down and join in the fun with us!

Ready, get set, play!

Open up creative possibilities for your little ones to build their own imaginary worlds and create a play area for your children by using the Play-Doh Playmat. You can easily set up and get the Play-Doh party started with the Play-Doh Playmat!

Get your hands on the Play-Doh playmat with a minimum of $30 purchase of Play-Doh products in Toys’R’Us and major department stores.

Teaching Tool

Did you know that playing with Play-Doh helps to develop a child’s fine motor skills? Learn the multi-faceted uses of Play-Doh, as it serves as a useful teaching tool that helps your children communicate better through role-play and storytelling. Learn more about Play-Doh here.

More information from:
The Dark Knight ‘Live’ On Stage
5 Sept to 13 Sept 2015
7pm (Mon – Fri); 2pm & 7pm (Sat & Sun & P.H.)
Level 1 Atrium, City Square Mall

Get ready for an action-packed and adrenaline-fuelled ride as The Dark Knight takes the stage with a live show! Keep a look out as he rappels from the top of the building and thwarts The Joker’s evil plans. 

More information from:
Mid-Autumn Festival 2015
Lantern Painting Competition


In celebration of the year of the goat, and in commemoration of the Mid-Autumn season, lanterns shaped like goats wait to be decorated in Gardens by the Bay’s Lantern Painting Competition. The competition, which is sponsored by Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, is part of Mid-Autumn Festival @ Gardens by the Bay 2015.
The public can sign up in teams with a minimum of four people and a maximum of eight people. Each team will decorate one goat-shaped lantern, measuring 1m by 1m, according to the preferred theme – SG50 or Mid-Autumn.

Participants can choose from two time slots, 9am to 12pm, or 2pm to 5pm, to be present at Gardens by the Bay on either September 19 or September 20 to decorate their lanterns. Paint materials will be provided by Gardens by the Bay.

The best decorated lantern stands to win a cash prize of $2,000, while the second and third prize winners will win $1,000 and $500 respectively. There are also five consolation prizes worth $100 each.

Registration and more information from: 
The Way Back Home 
12 to 20 September 2015
Alliance Française Theatre, Sarkies Road

3 years old and above


An inter-galactic adventure tale for children 3 and up! 
Oliver Jeffers, award-winning author of How To Catch A Star and Lost and Found returns with an inter-galactic tale about a little boy seeking adventure.

One day a boy finds a plane in his cupboard. He flies his plane higher and higher until he runs out of petrol and lands on the moon. He is frightened, lost and alone until a passing Martian lands there too! Who is the strange alien? Can they be friends? And how will they find their way back home?

This exciting new production for families and young children has been created by the team behind the hit shows, Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus and The Night Before Christmas

Tickets and more information from:
T: +65 6348 5555  
Sentosa Cable Car Promotion
1 to 14 September 2015

Start by walking across to Sentosa for free on the Sentosa Boardwalk. Then soar over the jungle, sand, and sea for an extraordinary bird’s eye view of the island on the new, Sentosa cable car Line. Valid from 1 to 14 September, all Singaporeans and local residents – young and old – pay just $5.50.

Choose your stop at the Merlion station, Imbiah Lookout station and Siloso Point station to conveniently access the sandy beaches, Madame Tussauds, Skyline Luge Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore, Megazip, 4-D Adventureland, Sky Tower and many more attractions!

More information from: 

Credits: Mount Faber Leisure Group 

Freeing the voice and firing the imagination 
For 2 to 9 year olds
6 to 13 September 2015 (selected dates only)

Pigeon, Go To Sleep! For 2 year olds
75 minutes, one session workshop, parent accompanied

Dates: 6 September 2015; Sunday, 7 September 2015, Monday; 12 September 2015, Friday; 13 September 2015, Sunday
Time: 10:30am to 11:45am

This workshop is based on the laugh-out-loud story – Don't Let The Pigeon Stay Up Late – where parents and their children are encouraged to dramatise the mischievous pigeon and the children who try to get him to bed!

Bird At The Wheel
For 3 and 4 year olds
3-session workshop, 2 hours each session, drop-off 

7 to 9 September 2015 (Monday to Wednesday) 10am to 12pm
8 to 10 September 2015 (Tuesday to Thursday) 10am to 12pm 3pm to 5pm
9 to 11 September 2015 (Wednesday to Friday) 10am to 12pm

It is hilarity abound at this workshop where a very exasperated bus driver is trying to stop a very naughty pigeon from getting on the bus and driving off. This three-day workshop is based on Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive The Bus and will offer children their first taste of drama while picking up the key skills to develop vocal confidence. 

Bird On My Head
For 5 and 6 year olds
3-session workshop, 2 hours each session, drop-off

7 to 9 September 2015 (Monday to Wednesday) 10am to 12pm
8 to 10 September 2015 (Tuesday to Thursday) 3pm to 5pm
9 to 11 September 2015 (Wednesday to Friday) 10am to 12pm

What do Pig and Elephant have in common? Besides being the best of friends, they also have two birds to deal with. Specifically those that sit on Elephant’s head and refuse to move! Based on There Is A Bird On Your Head, this workshop aims to bring out the child’s expressiveness and articulation as he or she explores the wonders of facial expression, body language and voice.

Tongue Tied
For ages 7 to 9
2-session workshop, 2 hours each session, drop-off 

7 and 8 September 2015 (Monday and Tuesday) 10am to 12pm
10 and 11 September 2015 (Thursday and Friday) 3pm to 5pm

Older children will emerge quite the opposite after they have learnt the skills of freeing the voice, thinking on their feet and playing with the imagination to connect idea to voice. They will reap the benefits of how drama can empower them and build courage. This workshop is also inspired by Willems’ underpinning message on spontaneity in speaking up. 

For tickets and more information from:

ONE-TWO-SIX Cairnhill Arts Centre, 126 Cairnhill Road. 

T: +65 6735 9986

Credits: ACT3 International
For information only
ONE-derful September Holidays @ OneKM 
4 September – 27 September 2015

Meet and Greet the Hi-5 superstars, Ainsley, Dayen, Mary, Stevie & Tanika! 
5 & 6 September (Saturday & Sunday) 1pm, 3pm & 6pm 

Spend $50* in a single same-day receipt at any retail outlet to redeem a meet and greet pass. Bring along your own camera.

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Get Creative! Create Koalas or a Race Car During this September School Holidays!

Kids will love it!  Cut the clay, mould the clay and sculpt the clay during session 1 and come back to adorn the pottery with colors dyring session 2!  Tell your friends about it!.

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Dine Out For Teen Bonding week
7 - 13 September 2015

Reservations.SG will be organizing a Dine Out For Teen Bonding week, where teen-parent gets to dine at selected restaurants offering discounted set meals during the Sept School Holidays (7 - 13 Sept). 

The goal of this is to have 1 teen and 1 parent dine together, to have a great bonding time over dinner, and get conversations going. 

Participating restaurants include UNA at One Rochester, Skyve Wine Bistro, Caffe B at MBS, Restaurant SELA and Pizzeria L'Operetta. Wave House Sentosa is also offering a 1-for-1 flowboarding, on top of the discounted set meal. Pontini, at Grand Corpthorne Waterfront, is also organizing a pizza-making session just before dinner, and the pizza will be served as part of the discounted set menu. 

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