It’s all about the kids come Friday October 8th and some schools are also celebrating Children’s Day virtually the day before. Curate a little something and have some fun with your kids on the actual day with these gourmet takeaway sets or sign them up for a specially designed online workshop. Here’s our top picks on ways to celebrate everything to do with kids, for the kids!
Kids equal fun and that’s why at PAUL, they’ve created Octofun: Children’s Day Special for the whole month of October! Get the whole family together for buttery sweet pastries, savory viennoiserie, tarts and freshly baked strawberry frasier cake that makes for a perfect tasty gift for stay-at-home birthday and anniversary celebrations too! At PAUL, only premium French ingredients are used so you and the kids are in for a decadent treat! This package is suitable for 4 to 6 persons. Free delivery!
Treat the little ones this Children’s Day to the new Kids High Tea Takeaway Set from The Rose Veranda. Expect decadent delights such as Smoked Turkey Ham and Melted Cheese Pizzas and Vanilla Éclairs especially curated for your little ones! How about a chocolate cakesicle adorned with rainbow sprinkles, served in a three-tier high tea stand too? There’s also a Complimentary Shangri-La Kids Fun Pack for first 50 sets ordered!
When: Available to order from now for self-collection or delivery from 1 to 10 October 2021.
Price: S$38 nett per set, suitable for two kids. Click here to order.
Looking to keep your kids busy and celebrate a little this Children’s Day on 8 October? Check out Absolute Minds Children’s Day Workshops that includes a Dance Drama Party, Speech and Drama Workshop, and an Art Workshop. More information below! Book your slots here.
Dance Drama Party
Time: 9:30 – 10:15am on Zoom
Age:4 to 8 years old
The Enchanted Sneakers Chinese Speech And Drama Workshop
Time: 10:30 am – 11:15 am on Zoom
Age:4 to 8 years old
Art Workshop: Clay Magnet Dessert
Time:11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Age: 5 to 9 years old
Bring the Black Tap experience right to your doorstep and order in some of their awesome shakes this Children’s Day! Feast on award winning craft burgers, salads, and wings while you’re sipping on classic milkshakes that are available in nine delicious flavours. You can even order in their DIY Crazyshake Kit with a choice of two Crazyshakes – The Cake Shake or Brooklyn Blackout! From now till 10 October, receive a Mickey Loves Singapore tote bag and up to S$40 in dining vouchers with a minimum spend of S$150+!
Price: Family Meal S$128, DIY Crazyshake Kit S$46.73. View the takeaway menu and order here.
Plan for a movie night with the kids and watch the My Little Pony: A New Generation Movie if you’ve a Netflix account! This movie about friendship, fun and adventure will see Unicorn Izzy and Earth Pony Sunny travel to faraway lands on a mission to work together and bring magic back to Equestria. You can also curate a whole list of your kids’ favourite shows on YouTube and have a family marathon too!
Price: Watch Netflix on your smartphone, tablet, smart TV, laptop or streaming device, all for one fixed monthly fee. Plans range from S$11.98 to S$19.98 a month.
In conjunction with Children’s Day 2021 in October, Esplanade presents Octoburst! – A Children’s Festival – a festival that encourages play and family fun in a series of free and digital programmes. From catchy tunes to stories that will bring you to enchanted places, there is something for all the kids at home.
Video Bon-Bon: Precious Planet
Recommended for ages 3 years old and above
What: During the Stony Gardener’s 100-year slumber, Precious Planet, our home, slowly became grey. The Sparkling Pond dried up and the Frolicking Field became a dusty desert. We need YOU to wake the Stony Gardener up and bring life and colour back to Precious Planet! The secret to tackling this massive mission? Your enchanted stones!
Recommended for children aged 2 to 6
When: Premieres online on 8 October at 9 am. (Available on Spotify after the premiere)
What: What do mangoes, magic socks and animals in the jungle have in common with each other? These are familiar tunes that many PLAYtime! audiences have sung and danced to over the years! Now, for the first time ever, you and the kids can listen to these well-loved and catchy earworms in the comfort of your own home, dance along and sing out loud to your heart’s content!
Keep the kids safe at home and all occupied this Children’s Day #stayhome activities from Sentosa! Let the kids get all artsy with craft activities and colouring pages that will foster creativity and self-expression. This will also be great for a family bonding session. Embark on a Virtual Learning Journey: My Sentosa Adventure – Saving Our Habitat. Kids can travel along the Imbiah Trail in this Virtual Learning Journey to locate the Guardians of Imbiah at various landmarks (hotspots), interact with the characters and learn about the surrounding flora and fauna in this 360° interactive video. They can apply their knowledge acquired and receive an artefact to proceed to the next checkpoint, ultimately gathering all the artefacts required to complete the mission! My Sentosa Adventure is suitable for primary students aged 9 years and above. For kiddies who love to colour, have them ride the cable cars or watch the Wings of Time performance by colouring those scenes – Cable Car 1, Cable Car 2, Wings of Time, Back of House. Kids can even download and design their very own coconut husk with wacky patterns and neon colours! Download the materials here. Visit the Sentosa website for more activities!
This Children’s Day, Act 3 Drama Academy has curated a whole range of online workshops to bring out the dramatics in your kids! Through various stories and dramatisation, kids get to learn important lessons about working together and taking risks to overcome any danger as well as the importance of finding the power within themselves. More information below:
When: 8 and 9 October from 10:30 am to 11:15 am; 4:15 pm to 5:00 pm
When: 8, 9, and 10 October from 10:30 am to 11:15 am; 4:15 pm to 5:00 pm
When: 8 October from 10:30 am to 11:30 am; 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
When: 8 and 9 October from 10:00 am to 11:00 am; 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm & 10 October from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
When: 8, 9, and 10 October from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm; 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm