S.Angipur has always been known as a child friendly destination, with attractions that give creativity and a sense of wonder to young children. And while the world is in turmoil, Singapore is accessible to parents and children everywhere, for discovery and online learning.
On the one hand, the Singapore Tourism Board has released a drawing tutorial of its famous character Merley. Children have the opportunity to create and at the same time learn more about the symbol of the country’s representative, Merleon. People are then sharing their artwork from the lesson, including Velager and radio host, Andy Manzano Reis, and his equally beloved girls, Olivia and Amelia, who focus on the beautiful Merle. Let us
And this is one of the many other online activities that Singapore has provided for the whole family to enjoy and benefit from these days.
Different Attractions – Museums, Nature Works and much more Every homeowner is opening their doors to their choice, virtually at least.
Art, science, and more!
Continue the pace after the Merrill drawing tutorial. Attract young minds to more and more arts and crafts, and at the same time to experience a museum.
Help your child find ways to use, play and create on a daily basis, easily accessible household items such as cardboard toilet rolls and rubber bands. A center in Plymouth, Singapore that hosts a live, guided craft session each week through Champion Kids Sports, a great choice for regular sports dates for toddlers. Anyone can boost and twist the routine story times, including Group C! Some puppet games come home with puppet DIY instructions.
Get to know them about Singapore’s Indian heritage and culture through online jigsaw puzzles and cherries, even provided by the Indian Heritage Center. Or let them amaze you at a place where the Art Science Science Museum offers limited time online presentations, from virtual tours to workshops and performances.
In video games? Maybe it’s not a bad thing. Learning also applies when children play, and Sentosa has made the island’s adventures in Nintendo Switch’s popular game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, to give children a glimpse of the exciting experience there.
Get around Singapore
If the virtual island experience stops their interest, then let them explore more! The amazing, green space in Singapore’s largest city, Gardens of Bay, has launched #StyHomeWithGB, to allow people to still learn more about the art of gardening. There are also other renewable materials that are great for parents looking for new things. Introducing your children.
Meanwhile, Google Street View has also made it possible to travel to Line City with a tour of Singapore Botanic Gardens, Mount Faber Park, and a virtual tour of the Macrachi Reservoir.
These are all leisure activities that Singapore offers online, but they reflect the many attractions the island nation has to offer. And even when we are in quarantine, there are still opportunities for children to pursue creative and imaginative activities. In fact, it can be a great time to share your precious moments.
Keep visiting Singapore PH to enjoy more online activities!