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School’s Out – Week 5

Events - 21 June 2010 9:00 AM | Updated 16 September 2010

School’s Out – Week 5

The holidays are almost over! If your kids haven’t tired themselves out yet, here’s a few more activities that they’ll enjoy from June 21 to 27.  

 

The Little Prince Theatre Workshop

Specially crafted for teens, this five-day workshop uses a retelling of this beloved story by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Learn the basic knowledge of stage work, building confidence, imagination and creativity, the workshop culminates in a performance on the last day which friends are family are cordially invited to partake.

From June 7 to 25 only, at the ACT 3 Drama Academy. $270 per child.  

 

 From China to Arabia Exhibition

This exceptional exhibition showcases rare treasures dating from the 9th century to the 16th century. Featuring treasures from the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath, UK, and ancient Chinese ceramics found in actual excavation sites in Oman, these pieces highlight the importance of the global trade back in those days.  Great for teaching kids history.

From June 25 to July 18, at VivoCity.

 

Talking Trees Tour

Did you know that there are up to 50 different species of trees within the vicinity of the National Library building? Gain a deeper understanding of our city’s ecosystem through these walking tours, while keeping fit at the same time. Only for kids 12 years and above who are physically fit. Don’t forget your walking shoes.

Ongoing, at the National Library. Free with registration. 

 

IMAX Movie Screening - Beavers

Don’t miss this chance to know more about the lives of these lovable creatures who are also known as one of nature’s greatest engineers. Filmed in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, bear witness to a family of beavers as they go about their lives.

Until October 31, at the Science Centre. Tickets at $5 (kids) and $10 (adults).

 

Feathered Fanfare @ Jurong Bird Park

Don’t miss the Bird Park’s special activities lined up for kids this holiday. Things to look out for include a roving parade with colorful entertainers on top of a float, as well as stilt walkers, a fire twirler, a unicycling jester, a juggler, a belly dancer, a magical fairy and a parade master who will be walking the grounds. Kids can also take part in face painting, henna art and cupcake decorating all throughout the day. 

Saturday and Sunday, June 26-27 only, at the Jurong Bird Park.

 

Other fun activities to do during this period include:

Wet and Live Party

Cool and Icy Fun at Snow City

Singapore River Festival

Football Fever! Exhibition

The Imaginary Storyland

 

For more fun events on during this period, click here.

For an overview guide of the month’s activities for kids, read our feature here.

Need more ideas? Check out our guides on 100 things to do with your kids, to guarantee you never run out of fun!

100 Things to do with your kids: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10