Looking for exciting and educational activities to keep your kids entertained during the upcoming June school holidays? Look no further! In this article, we have curated a list of June holiday ideas that are packed with fun and knowledge, ensuring a memorable and enriching break for your children.
From exploring different occupations and immersing in nature to experiencing cutting-edge technology and engaging in imaginative play, these activities will ignite their curiosity and spark their passion for learning.June School Holiday Activities: 8 Fun Ideas For Kids 1. Beat the heat with I-SCREAM SDC!
Singapore Discovery Centre offers a cool respite from the heat with I-SCREAM SDC! Treat yourself to a complimentary cup of artisanal ice cream from Tom’s Palette while enjoying The Great SingPaw Ice Cream Show. This interactive puppet show takes place every Sunday in June at 1.30pm and 4.30pm. Additionally, step back in time and relive nostalgic moments in Old School is Cool. Don’t forget to scream your favorite ice cream flavor at the I-SCREAM SG! interactive booths for a chance to win exciting prizes. With a plethora of games and craft activities, there’s something for everyone! Where: Singapore Discovery Centre, 510 Upper Jurong Road
When: 27 May to 25 June
Cost: From $12 per person (discounted bundles available)2. Unleash your kid’s creativity at Splat Paint House
These free-form art opportunities, be it at a studio or a guided art-jam session from your home, will help your kids to relax and rejuvenate before their school reopens.
Offerings: The Splat Paint house is a purely DIY zone with no structured classes. So while your kids will be introduced to help your kids get their first few strokes right. But then they will be encouraged to try things by themselves and let their imagination work its magic on the canvas.
The paints at Splat Plaint House are child-safe tempera paint from New Zealand. These are non-toxic and environmentally-friendly. Plus, hairnets and shoe covers will also be provided.
Package: The starter package comprises -40x55cm canvas, 400 ml paints, syringe, squirt bottle/water gun, and other tools. Plus, children will also get coveralls, shoe covers, safety glasses. This package can be booked at $43.3. Join the official launch of Smart Nation PlayScape
Prepare for an unforgettable journey at the official opening of Smart Nation PlayScape on May 29th at Science Centre Singapore. This highly anticipated event will feature interactive exhibits showcasing the cutting-edge technologies driving Smart Nation efforts.
From virtual reality wonders to mind-bending simulations, this immersive experience will captivate both young and old. The event is aimed at families with children aged 10 to 14, and it promises to spark their interest in innovation and a brighter future. Mark your calendars and prepare for an adventure that will fill your family with joy and inspiration!
Where: Science Centre Singapore
When: 29 May, 1.30pm – 3:30pm4. Make your own pizza with Pizza Expressway Pizza Making Kit
PizzaExpress has come up with a Pizza Making Kit for all little pizza lovers.
Offerings: The kit includes pizza dough, Italian passata tomato sauce and a choice of four toppings. And there’s a cute little chef’s hat and a kid’s apron that they can don while they are at it.
There will be a list of instructions, including how long the pizza needs to be there in the oven.
Cost: The PizzaExpress Pizza Making Kit is priced at S$21. It serves one child. Note: A minimum order and delivery fees apply.
These are surely some great options to keep the encourage the budding chefs at home and keep them engaged.5. Experience a 90’s Job Adventure with Kiztopia
Kiztopia, in collaboration with VivoCity, presents My Little 90’s Job Adventure, a world of imaginative play spanning 1,010 square meters. Designed for children aged four to eight, this interactive experience features eight air-conditioned rooms that simulate real-life working scenarios. Kids can step into the shoes of a chef, police officer, veterinary assistant, postman, and more, working alongside Kiztopia Friends to complete tasks such as creating pizzas or solving crimes.
Through play, children not only have fun but also learn valuable life skills. Don’t miss out on the popular Tiger’s Obstacle Race and Mark’s Inflatable Ball Pit, guaranteed to keep toddlers entertained.
Where: VivoCity Outdoor Plaza, 1 HarbourFront Walk
When: 26 May to 25 June
Cost: $10 for 1 role-play activity (onsite only) or from $28 for bundled passes (10% off for pre-sales/VivoCity Kids Club members)6. Get your kid Amp-powered at The ELECTRIFIED Show
Get ready to be amazed by Singapore’s first-ever large-scale in-house special effects production, The ELECTRIFIED Show. This sensational spectacle promises to set the June school holidays 2023 ablaze. Join Spark on a dimension-defying adventure and witness the magic of fire, laser displays, flying drones, robotics, and nitrogen explosions. This hour-long production consists of 12 acts, each powered by Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and the Arts (STEM+). Keep an eye out for the chance to experience levitation through a flying rocket! It’s an electrifying show that will leave you in awe. Where: Science Centre Singapore
When: 26 May to 4 June, 10.30am, 2pm & 4.30pm
Cost: From $38 per ticket (including Science Centre admission and $5 Curiosity Shop voucher; family bundles available)7. Be an Ocean Imagineer and Go on a Sensory Odyssey
Embark on an awe-inspiring journey through nature at Sensory Odyssey: Into the Heart of Our Living World. Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, smells, and textures of seven diverse ecosystems, ranging from the African Savannah to polar Greenland. This sensory adventure will ignite curiosity and foster a deeper appreciation for the natural world.
Where: ArtScience Museum
When: 27 May to 29 October, 10am – 7pm
Cost: $18 per person8. Get your game on with Edgar Plans
Don’t miss the opportunity to witness one of today’s hottest ultra-contemporary artists, Edgar Plans, as he visits Singapore for the first time as part of the Game On Global Tour. After successful seasons in Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong, this one-of-a-kind interactive experience has arrived in town. Step into the street basketball-themed wonderland and snap pictures with visually stunning 2.5-meter-tall ‘Lil’ Heroes’. Explore captivating installations inspired by NBA legends such as LeBron James and Kobe Bryant. And that’s not all – Edgar Plans will unveil a limited-edition Michael Jordan-inspired collectible exclusively in Singapore. Get your game on and be part of this extraordinary event! Where: Funan (collectibles at BLAXK by ActionCity, #01-03)
When: 25 May to 16 July, 10am – 10pm
Cost: Free admission
Hope you find these ideas useful and are able make your kid’s June school holidays special.
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