Has it been 10 weeks already??
Yup the 10 weeks of Term 1 have come and gone in what seems like almost an instant. And yes, the March holidays are upon us. They say time flies when you are having fun. So you’d better start planning because the week will disappear before you know it.
Here are some suggestions for fun ‘Science’ related activities that you can do with your children during the 1 week break.
- Together for Wildlife Trail
Make a trip to Singapore Zoo and the River Safari to learn about critically endangered animals. The trails will operate on weekends (11th & 12th March and 18th & 19th March) Both these venues will also be hosting many other activities so it will be money well spent. If you are a local you can enjoy 50% savings if you buy a combo ticket for both these venues.
- NASA – A Human Adventure
Satisfy your curiosity about space exploration by heading over to the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands. Fire up your imagination about how life in space is with over 200 artifacts on display. It ends on 19th March so you’d better hurry.
- Into the Wild @ ArtScience Museum
And while you are at the ArtScience Museum, why not learn more about the rainforest by going on a virtual tour and playing the role of a forest ranger? It’s a collaboration between the museum, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Lenovo and Google using augmented reality technology and promises to be both fun and educational.
- Performances at Palawan Pirate Ship
If you are on Sentosa Island during the holidays, don’t forget to head on down to the Palawan Pirate Ship and enjoy a series of activities including some that are Science-based. Entry to the Palawan Pirate Ship is now free.
- Festival of Numbers at Singapore Science Centre
Enter the fascinating world of numbers this March holidays at the Singapore Science Centre. It promises to be a carnival like atmosphere filled with activities on all things Mathematics.
- Have Fun at the Air Force Museum
Soar to greater heights of educational fun at the Air Force Museum visiting the 5 indoor galleries with lots of interactive activities and simulators. And when you get tired of being indoors, head on outside where you can explore a two-seater TA-4S Skyhawk plane and the helicopters from the RSAF’s first squadron in 1969. Just remember that it is closed on Mondays and Public Holidays.
We hope you have lots of fun. Don’t forget to tune in again early next week for “It’s the March School Holidays!!!! (Part 2)