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Singapore Science Centre School holiday activities aim to kids entertained and learn a thing or two along the way.
Our favourite two attractions are the butterflies and Snow City.
Fun Fair Maths
A temporary exhibit for the month of June. Through interaction and investigation, kids will explore the “fun” side of Maths.
Tie up your dogs “properly” :p
A maze which cannot turn left (this was tough!)
Odd shape bicycle wheels, yet can pedal? Marbles which defy gravity.
Amazing tiles, every piece looks different yet symmetric. They can all mix and match despite their odd shapes. There is a term for this, “Tessellate”. (Hint: aim the primate head under armpit)
Musical, Prime numbers exploration.
Funny mirror, who can resists the concave and convex portraits :p
There are more activities, we did not list everythig.
Ocean Buddies at KidsSTOP
Kid can personalise their own sea creatures and throw them into the huge digital “sea”!
Occulus was popular with the kids. Imagine a VR world, riding a roller coaster in your bedroom 🙂
Kids engaged in some digital colouring and projection.
How can we miss J Slide 🙂
Butterfly enclosure is latest exhibit at Science Centre, take note a separate entrance fee applies.
Learn more about butterflies (and moths)
Witness caterpillar transform into chrysalis, ignore Daddy crazy stunt.
Butterflies galore, some 500 of them. We heard the lifespan is only two weeks!
Do checkout the impressive migration of the Monarch butterflies.
We can do with some cool temperate, snow and igloo most welcome.
If you need more excuse, how about sliding down the 60m snow slope in a rubber float? (video below)
* Do take note photography is not allowed in Snow City, we had special permission.
** Long pants, socks, gloves are available for rental. This is recommended as you will be freezing after 10 minutes
Video (Link) : Science Centre school holiday activities
Who brought X-Wing to Science Centre!
Science Centre School holiday activities will keep families engaged for half a day, and we have not included the fun waterplay yet 🙂
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