The long-awaited March holiday is finally round the corner! It’s time to finally take them out for an uninterrupted family bonding session. Whether it is a baking session, a trip out at the museum or a hike in the park – nothing beats seeing your kids have a good time. Read on to find out the exciting activities for kids this March!
1. Baker’s Brew Kids’ Baking Camp
If your kid has ever wanted to fulfil his or her Junior Masterchef dreams, this pastry camp might just be the perfect opportunity to turn that into existence!
Over the March holidays, there will be lots of activities for kids by Baker’s Brew. They will be holding 3-day workshops to teach children basic hands-on baking skills – from mixing, pouring to measuring of ingredients and piping!
For the younglings aged 4 to 7, the Mini Baker’s Camp ($178) will have them stirring up their own Mickey and Minnie cake donuts, egg tarts and Pokémon Ball cookies. (Just look at how adorable these are!)
No worries for the older kiddos – Baker’s Brew also has a Junior Baker’s Camp ($198) catered for those aged 8 to 12. You can expect them to be coming home with sushi cupcakes, carnival-food cookies, and flowerpot cakes!
Price: $178 or $198
When: March 13, 16 and 18 or March 15, 17 and 19
Where: Paragon Shopping Centre #05-46
2. LEGO Brick Exhibition: Brickman Wonders of the World
Legos are a classic part of every kid’s childhood. The imagination and intricate designs that legos can bring to life are a timeless awe. This March holiday, witness these wonders at Brickman Wonders of the World, set to open at the Science Centre.
Featuring all 50 wonders of the world, this exhibition will take you and your kids on a tour around distinct global landmarks and icons such as Taj Mahal, Learning Tower of Pisa, King Kong, and Mona Lisa.
You can even have a hand at creating some of the exhibitions at some of the designated activity zones!
Price: $23 per ticket (free for kids aged 2 and below)
When: 25 March to 3 July 2022
Where: The Annexe, Science Centre
3. Brickosaurs World
T-Rex. Velociraptors. Triceratops. Jurassic Park!
If your kiddos are fanatics of these fossil giants, watching these dinosaurs come to live will surely get them all jumbled up with joy. Brickosaurs World features over 60 structures built from over 1.5 million lego bricks along the wilderness of Singapore Zoo and River Wonders.
Just in time for the March holidays and weekends as well, there are a couple of activities for kids lined up to pique their curiosity.
Not only are there amazing races where you can search for hidden clues and fun facts of dinosaurs, there’s also a sand pit where kids can put on their archaeologist hats and scour for T-rex bones. Other activities include getting crafty and decorating dinosaur decals using recycled materials.
Discounted Price: $22 for adults and $15.50 for kids (Quote “MARCHHOL50” for local residents)
When: Brikosaurs World runs from 29 Jan to 3 May 2022; Discounted tickets only available 9-13 March 2022
Where: Eligible for entrance to Singapore Zoo, Night Safari or Jurong Bird Park
4. The World of Nickelodeon
From SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Titants to Dora the Explorer and PAW Patrol, it’s time to take your kids onward to the first indoor Nickelodeon-themed entertainment centre.
Here, you can expect to find Dora’s bouncy castle and choo choo train, Spongebob SquarePants-themed bumper cars, a slimey lounge (akin to a ball pit) and a Ninja Turtle climbing wall!
If – by then, your kiddos still have more energy to expend, there are more interactive games for them to partake in – a bubble room, obstacle course and more. Remember to bring your cameras along as there will be photo opps with their favourite Nickelodeon characters!
From 9 to 20 March, there is a 15% discount for a bundle of 4 tickets bought.
Price: $32 for weekdays, $36 for weekends
When: 26 February to 17 April 2022
Where: Marina Square
5. Between The World And Us Primary School Virtual Exhibition
Have you ever been to a virtual exhibition? Between the World and Us— is a unique virtual exhibition that showcases the different experiences of primary 4 students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is an interesting an educational way to educate your child that the same experience can affect people in different ways. This virtual exhibition is also a great way to help your child understand and appreciate the perspectives of others.
If you’re looking for activities for kids that can be done from the comfort of home, then this is a great option!
When: Until 31 March 2022
6. Storytelling and Craft Session with Neil Humphreys
Imagine spending and getting rewarded! That’s what Changi Airport is offering with their series of S.M.A.R.T workshops. With a variety of activities for kids, there are magic workshops, arts and craft lessons and even robotics and technology programmes. So long as you spend $50 minimally in a receipt, you’ll be able to purchase a discounted pass for one of these children’s workshops.
One of the highlights include learning from Neil Humphreys, an award-winning writer and TV host who has written 26 different books. During his storytelling and craft session, children will learn how to create their stick bookmarks, and learn the importance of environmentalism.
Catered for kids aged 2 to 6, it is mandatory for parents to sit in this workshop to guide and manage their children. Each participant will also get to go home with a book about Otters!
Price: $19 (for minimum $50 spending) or $39 (for full-priced tickets)
Where: Changi Airport Terminal 3 Level 3, The Planet Traveller
7. Artground Theatre Shows and Programmes
As a registered arts charity, Artground aims to provide engaging art activities for kids and turn their space into a safe, creative learning ground for family-friendly events.
Throughout the month of March, they have weekend workshops and performances lined up for your kids to get their hands busy. While some programmes have gotten their tickets all snagged up, there are many which remain available.
Some of which include the “Invisible Invincible” show which encourages children to exercise their playful imagination, “Baby Beat” performance to introduce babies and toddlers to the world of music and movement. There is even a curated Fungus Humongous Exhibition which features slides and mini obstacle courses in a magical fungi forest.
Price: Ticket prices vary as per activity
When: 12 March to 20 March 2022
Where: The Artground, Goodman Arts Centre #01-40 BLK J
With all of these activities for kids this March holiday, the month is surely looking exciting. Time to march on towards fun!