Super Dads at Explorer Kid

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Over the Father’s day weekend, we got an invitation to attend Explorer Kid‘s “SuperDad saves the day” event. Daddies has to pair us with a child and complete 7 tasks in Explorer Kid (Downtown East).

Boon Kang was Daddy’s designated partner.

The tasks are relatively simple, testing our wit, speed and accuracy. Most importantly, it offers the father and child team an excellent opportunity to tag-team and strive to complete the tasks.

The first three teams to complete all tasks and with highest score stand to win attractive prizes. But there are more than 40 teams on that day itself !

We spotted so many enthusiastic parent and child teams running all over Explorer Kid. Sometimes, the mums help out too by identifying the location of the tasks or by giving hints to quiz answers :p

Explorer Kid’s mascots were on hand to warm up the kids and send the teams on their mission.

Some of the tasks require us to take selfies or for Daddies to piggyback their kids.

Fishing for Robots and Memory game.

Team 11 crafting their own Optimus or BumbleBee. Transformer activities will keep kids entertained at Downtown East until 29th June.

A massive yellow Grimlock captures our attention at the front.
Grimlock Exhibition

By now, you should have guess our challenge also incorporated Autobots and Decepticons! Transformer tattoo is too cool !
Father's Day event Explorer Kid

Almost finish our challenge, with one last task.

Boon Kang has to bounce (Mega Jump) and throw the balls into Daddy’s bucket. Easy peasy πŸ™‚

We submitted our Passport, there are certificates for completion too.

Prize award ceremony.

Video : More about Explorer Kid’s SuperDad contest

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Downtown East’s Transformer

We would like to take this opportunity to thanks Explorer Kid for the invitation. We certainly had Fun running around Downtown East to complete the challenges. A memorable way to spend Father’s day πŸ™‚

** Photo credit – some of the photos above are from Explorer Kid