Let ’em Play, climb to your Heart’s content

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Welcome to Let ’em Play, we would say it is one of Singapore’s latest
“indoor” playground.

While the boys prefer the High Elements, the girl prefer whacking the bats at AR (Augmented Reality) Wall. Either way, parents can enjoy some aircon comfort while kids sweat it out.

 

Let 'em Play
Let ’em Play at TradeHub 21
Fun Climbing Walls

Once you enter into Let’em Play, rows of fancy walls (and tree too) greet you, inviting you to climb them 🙂

There is a “Let ’em Play wall too!

High Elements

 

Before you know it, kids would be scrambling up the High Elements!

 

 

Not to worry, everyone will be equipped with safety harness and helmet first. Carabiner checked and secured, let’s Go and climb to our hearts’ content.

 

After overcoming their initial fear, the kids were soon playing catching in the High Elements!

 

Besides the High Elements, there are a lot of “Fun Climbing Walls” at Let ’em Play. Not your usual rock walls, but colourful, fanciful and creative vertical obstacles!

Look at the difficulty rating before attempting. Giraffe and Let ’em Play structures look harmless but they both rated “4”. Would be very challenging to scale and submit these two “walls”.

Parents would need to belay the kids up the walls. But there are always guides around to help.

 

I love the opportunities for kids to challenge and interact with each other. Example, Speed Climb and Transparent Climb would be intense, who is the faster climber. Taunting each other is allowed :p

 

Urban kids might have lesser opportunities to climb trees nowadays, try this artificial coconut tree (wall). Rated “2” for difficulty 🙂

Families, kids, friends can always switch between High Elements and the Fun Climbing walls.

Various obstacles to challenge the kids, although I suspect most are too easy for our little adventurers :p

The highlight at Let’ em Play would be the feature AR wall (Augmented Realty), this is too cool!

Team up, climb the rock wall and whack the “projected” bats! Checkout the video below.

You can even set the difficulty levels, so that bats can fly higher and faster. Competitive kids will be climbing like spiderman to try and catch the Bats.

 

 

Take note AR wall can be tiring, as kids forgot about exhaustion as they were trying to Level Up. Definitely Fun and Challenging 🙂

We heard this is the only AR wall in Singapore. Take note there is a separate pricing and duration for the AR wall.

Thank you for the Fun invite, Let ’em Play. Even parents will be motivated to try some of the obstacles too. It would be interesting to pit kids against  parents 🙂

Do follow Let ’em Play on their website and Facebook for latest updates. We have uploaded more photos on our Facebook album.

Video (YouTube link) : Checkout the Fun climbing video here!

~~~ Tips ~~~

Parents can accompany kids (as young as 3) up the High Elements.

Opening Hours : Weekdays: 10.00am to 9.00pm
Weekends & PH: 9.30am to 9.30pm

Location : 18 Boon Lay Way, #01-100, Singapore 609966 (Tradehub 21)

 

Trick Eye Museum with AR

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Trick Eye Museum Singapore has always been Fun, all the quirky photos (our previous visit) guarantees laughter and more wefies.

Did you know that most of the exhibits are now AR ready?(Augmented Reality). It levels up our Trick Eye experience, AR will increase the Fun-factor multiple times!

Just look for the exhibits with logo “Trick Eye app“.

Video (Youtube Link) : This Video will tell you how much FUN we enjoyed last week! You must re-visit Trick Eye Museum again 🙂

 

In three easy steps, you are ready to make your own FUN hilarious AR video too.

1. Download Trick Eye app, connect to Trick Eye Museum free Wifi
2. Frame your AR app at the exhibit, watch the animations comes ALIVE!

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Trick Eye App

3. Interact with the AR special effects. Go crazy with your antics haha ! Photo or video AR is available, but Video definitely more impact.

4. Easy right? Go join Trick Eye Museum’s AR contest  (30 Jun end date)

 

Panda is always one of the more popular exhibit, now the Panda can climb and slide down the bamboo with us!

I was the only one with the Trick Eye Museum AR app when I enter Trick Eye Museum. Mummy Meng Choo and kids could not resist the FUN and downloaded the AR app for themselves too haha.

Trick Eye Museum unicorn

Not to worry if you are the traditional type. Without AR app, the photos will still looks good. Believe me, AR really raise the Fun factor!


Additional Tips to enjoy Trick Eye Museum AR :

-Leave your camera at home, just use your smartphone and AR app
-Portrait or landscape, you decide

-Family Fun was never so wacky! Interaction is key, photographer should guide participants to “pose and touch” the animations

-Video 5 to 10s will be enough, although AR effect is super addictive
-Bring power bank too, our phone ran flat

*Your voice is masked by AR music and will not be “recorded”, go ahead and instruct the kids to pose

Trick Eye Museum is Singapore’s first 3D + AR Museum, to celebrate the AR App launch, enjoy 50% discount from now till 26th June.Trick Eye Museum promotion

 

Thank you for the Fun invite, Trick Eye Museum.  Do follow Trick Eye Museum on their Website and Facebook for the latest updates.

Mon-Sun: 10am – 9pm
Last Admission: 8pm

 

~~ ~~ Tickets Giveaway ~~ ~~ ~~

Thanks to Trick Eye Museum, we have 2 sets of x4 tickets (total 8) to giveaway.

1. Contest is on our Fanpage and Instagram
2. Fans must first LIKE Trick eye and SengkangBabies Fanpage
3. Leave your name and email on our Fanpage (or you can message email address to us)

4. Share this page (refer step 3) on your Facebook Wall and tag @SengkangBabiesBlog (so that we know you are participating)

5. For an extra chance, do Follow us on our Instagram and leave your name and hashtag #skbTrickEye here (link)

6. Contest ends 29 Jun 10 pm, and two winners will be randomly picked

 

Astronaut Training Camp at The Little Executive

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I have always wanted my kids to be creative and imaginative. The  opportunity came with a Galactic Invitation from The Little Executive (TLE).

Boon Xin attended a 3 Days “Astronaut Training Camp“, which offers her (and parents) an opportunity to live an Astronaut’s life!

Astronaut Training Camp

 

I knew she is enjoying her class when she cannot stop sharing about her Space Academy and Diy Projects.

 

Hey, everything will sounds FUN when you have prefix Space, Galaxy, Cosmic, or Moon, Mars and Alien.

Space Helmet, Cosmic water(which is plain water), Galaxy Banana treat, Get it? We are not even talking about Houston or NASA yet haha.

Only Smiles and giggles in her Astronaut Training Camp. Boon Xin proudly displayed her improvised Space Helmet and Jetpacks! Parents will be impressed from Day 1 of workshop.

 

Kids learned about recycling too. Using everyday products to construct their space accessories. (Disclaimer : I told Boon Xin Nasa’s space “requirement” would be more stringent) 

Space Shuttle, from conception to construction. Kids let their imagination brought them to Jupiter and back! (just like TLE’s logo From Classroom to Boardroom)

 

Teamwork is highlighted at Astronaut Training Camp too. Engineers and commanders guide each other to mission completion. One can only feel, the other can only give instruction 🙂

 

There are some worksheets too, but mostly Fun and entertaining for participants.

 

Happy Diy projects, this is Alien slime (What!?) Parents are amused but kids will tell you about the ingredients and glow-in-the-dark effect. Cool!

 

 

Hey, they got to prepare dehydrated banana for their snack too. Although, I would still prefer my traditional goreng pisang. 

How do I know Boon Xin enjoys her class? She was so eager to share her projects with me while we walk back 🙂

Imagination runs wild, her “constellation scope” helps her identify another Star. She could bring a milo-tin drum to play some beats in space too.

There are some space-themed Movie screening too. Kids can better relate to space exploration and the science behind (instead of only LightSabers and Beam me up, Scotty). Perhaps I can bring her stargazing at Science Center soon.

Other FUN interactions:

1)What do Astronauts eat in Space? (Nutrition and space-friendly food, eg no hor-fun or the gravy will be floating around)
2)Do they float all the time in the International Space station? (Learns about gravity)
3) How do they sleep in Space?
4) Astronauts can stay in Space station for up to four years
5) Showering in space is quite elaborate (no Grohe showerhead, astronauts have to gently squeeze every droplets and soap.

Fortunately, I got YouTube to enlighten myself, example Nasa’s shower clip.

Many of the things which kids pick up are new to adults too. To impress my girl, I shared with Boon Xin two structures which can be seen from space, Great Wall of China (man-made) and Great Barrier Reef.

It was Fun to explore new things together with my girl 🙂

Her logbook indicated her favourite warm-up activity is MoonWalking, not the Michael Jackson version :p

Kids were simulating slow-motion MoonWalking on the Moon’s surface.
To quote Neil Armstrong : “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind“.

 

Coincidentally, on the way home, we came across this space setup at KKH. My little astronaut wanted to press the Intergalactic GPS for Mars.

 

At the end of Day 3, parents gathered to watch their kids present their best experiences from the Galaxy.  Boon Xin chose Alien Slime because it is gooey and fun 🙂

The kiddos were really immersed and intrigued with their Space Astronauts role!

They rollout their Spaceships, one for male and another for female. Suited themselves with spacesuit and jetpacks before “blasting off”.

Cute and adorable, parents were impressed with the space assortments, and we enjoyed the kids role-playing characters as Engineers and Commanders.

Today, it is a make-believe workshop. In a few decades, Space tourism would be as common as our bus, train and Plane commute today.

Video (YouTube link from TLE) : See the Junior Astronaut Space cadets in action!

Parents can only wait outside the classroom, so the kids are totally on their own. It was actually a good opportunity for kids to explore their independence and networking skills.

The fun observations we got from the 3 days course:

– When did Boon Xin learned to use WhatsApp? She managed to text Mum during tea break
– She sweet-talk teacher to let her use her phone for some “blog” photos (Yup, she is a blogger’s child haha)
– She is a team player, helping the smaller kids to complete their tasks

Thank you to our passionate Teachers, Jim and M.

Brovo Boon Xin! You are now a certified “Astronaut” from The Little Executive.

Commander :Astronaut on the deck!

We would like to shoutout “Thank You TLE” for the Fun invite. It was definitely a Fun and enriching workshop for Boon Xin.

The Little Executive’s Astronaut Training Camp is designed for kids 5 to 10 years old, a 3 Day course will cost $580 (9am to 5.30pm). Lunch and tea breaks are inclusive. Checkout more School Holidays curriculum on their Website and Facebook.

Address : 144 Bukit Timah Road S229844
Tel: 6908 1889
Email Address: knockknock@thelittleexecutive.asia