18 fun and educational enrichment classes for Singapore kids in 2018

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March 14, 2018

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    Expand your kids’ repertoires with these enrichment classes for swimming, maths, art and more. With classes available for infants to primary school children, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

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  • For babies up to 18 months old: Act 3 Drama Academy: A Web of Shapes
    2 / 19 For babies up to 18 months old: Act 3 Drama Academy: A Web of Shapes

    Help your children start to recognise shapes through this 45-minute interactive storytelling workshop for babies from 7 to 17 months old.

    Together with your child, discover the different magnificent shapes created by Fawn and her friendly spider friends.

    Babies will love this interactive, inviting and tactile class that explores spiders and webs in various shapes and sizes.
    Visit www.act3international.com.sg.

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  • For babies up to 18 months old: Kanga Kids Yoga: Baby Yoga “Joeys” Class
    3 / 19 For babies up to 18 months old: Kanga Kids Yoga: Baby Yoga “Joeys” Class

    Suitable for babies from 3 months old to early crawlers, each session baby yoga class at Kanga Kids Yoga will help support your child’s stages of development.

    Watch your little one learn to roll over, sit up or crawl on his own for the first time during the sessions. It’s a bonding activity that will definitely create fond memories for you to look back on.

    Visit www.facebook.com/kangakidsyoga.

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  • For babies up to 18 months old: Eton House: Parent and Me Playgroup Programme
    4 / 19 For babies up to 18 months old: Eton House: Parent and Me Playgroup Programme

    Inspired by the internationally renowned Reggio Emilia preschools, this programme offers a responsive learning environment to help give your child a head start in developing critical and creative skills.

    Improve your child’s social competence, social and literacy skills, while developing his second language skills with a trained Mandarin teacher. Parents can also participate in this class held at EtonHouse Sentosa.
    Visit www.etonhouse.com.sg/school-page/sentosa-playgroup.

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  • For babies up to 18 months old: Smile Swimmers: Baby Swimming Lessons
    5 / 19 For babies up to 18 months old: Smile Swimmers: Baby Swimming Lessons

    Introduce your little ones to the water through Smile Swimmers’ Baby Swimming Lessons.

    They recommend having at least one parent around, to help build up your baby’s confidence in water.

    Designed for infants aged between 3 to 12 months and their parents, basic swimming skills such as water survival skills and coordination are taught by a qualified instructor. Visit www.smileswimmers.com.

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  • For babies up to 18 months old: White Lodge: Parent & Child Programme
    6 / 19 For babies up to 18 months old: White Lodge: Parent & Child Programme

    With activities like music and movement, art and sensory and outdoor play for your infant, each 90-minute session is planned and run by an experienced facilitator.

    Let your baby flex her social skills, and meet up with other parents during the session, so your little one becomes familiar with a pre-school setting. Sessions are open to kids aged between 6 months and two-and-a-half years.

    Visit www.whitelodge.edu.sg.

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  • For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Tumble Joy Gymnastics: Parent & Baby Gymnastics
    7 / 19 For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Tumble Joy Gymnastics: Parent & Baby Gymnastics

    Through a series of fun activities, the Parent & Baby programme allows young children aged between two and three to learn and explore movement with the support of their parents.

    Classes are designed to help them build confidence in moving about. At the same time, they will be exposed to their first friends, helping them develop social skills, too.

    Visit www.tumblejoygym.com.

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  • For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Intrepid Kids Gym: Toddlers Club
    8 / 19 For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Intrepid Kids Gym: Toddlers Club

    This 45-minute parent or guardian-accompanied programme is for toddlers aged two to three, and includes workouts, games and story time.

    Classes will keep your child physically active, help to increase physical strength and muscle control, and develop their fine and gross motor skills.

    Visit www.intrepidkidsgym.com.

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  • For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): All That Jazz Dance Academy: Mommy & Me Ballet & Jazz Combo
    9 / 19 For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): All That Jazz Dance Academy: Mommy & Me Ballet & Jazz Combo

    Spend some quality time with your two or three-year-old by learning a new skill.

    Ballet is great for kids as it teaches them good posture, and how to express themselves through movement. It can also help you to de-stress while learning to simultaneously play and grow with your child.

    Visit www.allthatjazz.com.sg.

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  • For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Muse Arts: Music and Movement For Toddlers
    10 / 19 For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Muse Arts: Music and Movement For Toddlers

    Let your child explore and understand music dynamics with toddler music lessons. Your tot will learn about tempo, rhythm and pitch, while developing her strengths in language and creativity.

    The play-based classes use original compositions by Muse Arts, and also introduce basic ABRSM music theory knowledge.
    Visit www.muse-arts.com.sg.

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  • For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Bibinogs: Little Mandarins
    11 / 19 For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Bibinogs: Little Mandarins

    Through hands-on activities, storytelling and more, help your child improve his Chinese speaking skills from a young age with Bibinogs’ Little Mandarins programme.

    Conducted entirely in Mandarin by native Chinese teachers, you can be assured that your child is in good hands. The small class size (12 students to two teachers) also helps ensure your toddler gets more personal attention.

    Visit www.bibinogs.com.

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  • For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Bearyfun Gym: Preschool Programmes
    12 / 19 For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Bearyfun Gym: Preschool Programmes

    At Bearyfun Gym, children will be exposed to a range of energetic and fun activities to encourage both their strength and confidence. With specialised classes for kids aged four, five and six, your child will be kept active and fit, thanks to the lessons tailored for their age groups.

    Visit www.bearyfungym.com.

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  • For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Kumon: Kumon Method Classes
    13 / 19 For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Kumon: Kumon Method Classes

    Kumon provides an individualised learning method that allows each student to study at a comfortable level, regardless of their age or grades.

    Designed for children aged three to 17, their year-round programmes for English, Chinese and Mathematics encourage kids to become self-motivated in their studies. This March, sign your child up for a free trial class with no strings attached, to try the Kumon method for yourself.

    Visit www.kumon.sg.

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  • For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Sports4Kids: March Multi-Activity Camp
    14 / 19 For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Sports4Kids: March Multi-Activity Camp

    Get your active child a chance to expend her energy with this fun-filled camp from Sports 4 Kids. Kids can try a variety of sports like rugby, football, tennis and baseball, so they can see what piques their interests.

    The camp will run from March 26-30, and is for children aged three to 10 years old. Visit www.sport4kids.sg.

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  • For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Coding Lab: Stories x Coding
    15 / 19 For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Coding Lab: Stories x Coding

    In this preschool coding programme, kids will learn how to code with a new story every lesson.

    Through classics like The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Five Little Monkeys and more, kids will get to dramatise and create a short digital tablet animation based on the story.

    The programme helps build your child’s understanding of the coding language, while improving his problem-solving skills.

    Visit www.codinglab.com.sg.

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  • For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Marshall Cavendish Maths Heuristics: Solving Challenging Maths (Primary 3 - Primary 4)
    16 / 19 For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Marshall Cavendish Maths Heuristics: Solving Challenging Maths (Primary 3 – Primary 4)

    Heuristics are one of the greatest hurdles for primary school children to overcome. Give your child a helping hand as they learn methods to help them solve these challenging head-scratchers.

    This workshop is also open to parents, so that you may help them identify common mistakes made in solving heuristic problems.

    Visit https://www.mceducation.com/sg.

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  • For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Swee Lee Music Academy: One-to-One Music Sessions
    17 / 19 For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Swee Lee Music Academy: One-to-One Music Sessions

    If your child has an interest in learning music, why not make use of the holidays to pick up a new instrument?

    Swee Lee Music offers one-to-one music sessions for the guitar, ukulele or the drums, to let your child receive full attention while learning.

    Should you want to pick up a new skill too, you can join your child in lessons so you can learn together. Free trial lessons are available, too.

    Visit www.sweelee.com.sg.

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  • For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Berlitz: Creative Writing (P4-P6)
    18 / 19 For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Berlitz: Creative Writing (P4-P6)

    Improve the creative writing skills of your children by signing them up for this class.

    Teachers help students to better express themselves through written text, giving them a better understanding of writing as a craft. This will help them to build a strong foundation for essay writing in future.

    Visit www.berlitz.com.sg.

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  • For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Saturday Kids: Mod Your Own Minecraft Game
    19 / 19 For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Saturday Kids: Mod Your Own Minecraft Game

    Minecraft is one of the most popular games amongst primary school children, so if your child is an avid Minecraft player, why not give her the chance to learn with something she is passionate about?

    Saturday Kids will teach your child how to create different mods they can use in future to play, helping them stretch their creativity and improve their knowledge of programming.

    Visit www.saturdaykids.com

    A version of this story first appeared in the Singapore Women’s Weekly. 

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Expand your kids’ repertoires with these enrichment classes for swimming, maths, art and more. With classes available for infants to primary school children, there’s sure to be something for everyone! For babies up to 18 months old: Act 3 Drama Academy: A Web of Shapes Help your children start to recognise shapes through this 45-minute interactive storytelling workshop for babies from 7 to 17 months old. Together with your child, discover the different magnificent shapes created by Fawn and her friendly spider friends. Babies will love this interactive, inviting and tactile class that explores spiders and webs in various shapes and sizes. Visit www.act3international.com.sg. For babies up to 18 months old: Kanga Kids Yoga: Baby Yoga “Joeys” Class Suitable for babies from 3 months old to early crawlers, each session baby yoga class at Kanga Kids Yoga will help support your child’s stages of development. Watch your little one learn to roll over, sit up or crawl on his own for the first time during the sessions. It’s a bonding activity that will definitely create fond memories for you to look back on. Visit www.facebook.com/kangakidsyoga. For babies up to 18 months old: Eton House: Parent and Me Playgroup Programme Inspired by the internationally renowned Reggio Emilia preschools, this programme offers a responsive learning environment to help give your child a head start in developing critical and creative skills. Improve your child’s social competence, social and literacy skills, while developing his second language skills with a trained Mandarin teacher. Parents can also participate in this class held at EtonHouse Sentosa. Visit www.etonhouse.com.sg/school-page/sentosa-playgroup. For babies up to 18 months old: Smile Swimmers: Baby Swimming Lessons Introduce your little ones to the water through Smile Swimmers’ Baby Swimming Lessons. They recommend having at least one parent around, to help build up your baby’s confidence in water. Designed for infants aged between 3 to 12 months and their parents, basic swimming skills such as water survival skills and coordination are taught by a qualified instructor. Visit www.smileswimmers.com. For babies up to 18 months old: White Lodge: Parent & Child Programme With activities like music and movement, art and sensory and outdoor play for your infant, each 90-minute session is planned and run by an experienced facilitator. Let your baby flex her social skills, and meet up with other parents during the session, so your little one becomes familiar with a pre-school setting. Sessions are open to kids aged between 6 months and two-and-a-half years. Visit www.whitelodge.edu.sg. For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Tumble Joy Gymnastics: Parent & Baby Gymnastics Through a series of fun activities, the Parent & Baby programme allows young children aged between two and three to learn and explore movement with the support of their parents. Classes are designed to help them build confidence in moving about. At the same time, they will be exposed to their first friends, helping them develop social skills, too. Visit www.tumblejoygym.com. For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Intrepid Kids Gym: Toddlers Club This 45-minute parent or guardian-accompanied programme is for toddlers aged two to three, and includes workouts, games and story time. Classes will keep your child physically active, help to increase physical strength and muscle control, and develop their fine and gross motor skills. Visit www.intrepidkidsgym.com. For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): All That Jazz Dance Academy: Mommy & Me Ballet & Jazz Combo Spend some quality time with your two or three-year-old by learning a new skill. Ballet is great for kids as it teaches them good posture, and how to express themselves through movement. It can also help you to de-stress while learning to simultaneously play and grow with your child. Visit www.allthatjazz.com.sg. For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Muse Arts: Music and Movement For Toddlers Let your child explore and understand music dynamics with toddler music lessons. Your tot will learn about tempo, rhythm and pitch, while developing her strengths in language and creativity. The play-based classes use original compositions by Muse Arts, and also introduce basic ABRSM music theory knowledge. Visit www.muse-arts.com.sg. For Toddlers (19 months – 3 years): Bibinogs: Little Mandarins Through hands-on activities, storytelling and more, help your child improve his Chinese speaking skills from a young age with Bibinogs’ Little Mandarins programme. Conducted entirely in Mandarin by native Chinese teachers, you can be assured that your child is in good hands. The small class size (12 students to two teachers) also helps ensure your toddler gets more personal attention. Visit www.bibinogs.com. For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Bearyfun Gym: Preschool Programmes At Bearyfun Gym, children will be exposed to a range of energetic and fun activities to encourage both their strength and confidence. With specialised classes for kids aged four, five and six, your child will be kept active and fit, thanks to the lessons tailored for their age groups. Visit www.bearyfungym.com. For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Kumon: Kumon Method Classes Kumon provides an individualised learning method that allows each student to study at a comfortable level, regardless of their age or grades. Designed for children aged three to 17, their year-round programmes for English, Chinese and Mathematics encourage kids to become self-motivated in their studies. This March, sign your child up for a free trial class with no strings attached, to try the Kumon method for yourself. Visit www.kumon.sg. For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Sports4Kids: March Multi-Activity Camp Get your active child a chance to expend her energy with this fun-filled camp from Sports 4 Kids. Kids can try a variety of sports like rugby, football, tennis and baseball, so they can see what piques their interests. The camp will run from March 26-30, and is for children aged three to 10 years old. Visit www.sport4kids.sg. For Preschoolers (4 – 6 years): Coding Lab: Stories x Coding In this preschool coding programme, kids will learn how to code with a new story every lesson. Through classics like The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Five Little Monkeys and more, kids will get to dramatise and create a short digital tablet animation based on the story. The programme helps build your child’s understanding of the coding language, while improving his problem-solving skills. Visit www.codinglab.com.sg. For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Marshall Cavendish Maths Heuristics: Solving Challenging Maths (Primary 3 – Primary 4) Heuristics are one of the greatest hurdles for primary school children to overcome. Give your child a helping hand as they learn methods to help them solve these challenging head-scratchers. This workshop is also open to parents, so that you may help them identify common mistakes made in solving heuristic problems. Visit https://www.mceducation.com/sg. For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Swee Lee Music Academy: One-to-One Music Sessions If your child has an interest in learning music, why not make use of the holidays to pick up a new instrument? Swee Lee Music offers one-to-one music sessions for the guitar, ukulele or the drums, to let your child receive full attention while learning. Should you want to pick up a new skill too, you can join your child in lessons so you can learn together. Free trial lessons are available, too. Visit www.sweelee.com.sg. For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Berlitz: Creative Writing (P4-P6) Improve the creative writing skills of your children by signing them up for this class. Teachers help students to better express themselves through written text, giving them a better understanding of writing as a craft. This will help them to build a strong foundation for essay writing in future. Visit www.berlitz.com.sg. For primary schoolers (7 – 12 years): Saturday Kids: Mod Your Own Minecraft Game Minecraft is one of the most popular games amongst primary school children, so if your child is an avid Minecraft player, why not give her the chance to learn with something she is passionate about? Saturday Kids will teach your child how to create different mods they can use in future to play, helping them stretch their creativity and improve their knowledge of programming. Visit www.saturdaykids.com A version of this story first appeared in the Singapore Women’s Weekly. 

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