The Amazing List of June School Holiday Activities 2018 for Kids
The June school holidays for 2018 take place from 26 May to 24 June. This stretch of school holidays is a welcomed break for the kids who look forward some fun and rest. It is also a great time for families to take some time out to enjoy time together and there are plenty of different fun activities taking place around Singapore. In our Amazing List of June School Holiday Activities in Singapore for 2018, we round up what is taking place at the attractions in Singapore, shows that the entire family can enjoy, the latest exhibitions and new spots which the family can enjoy together.
Discover the best family-friendly ideas and ideas activities to engage the kids with for the June 2018 school holidays in Singapore!
28 May to 10 August
Discovery Camps at United Square, Parkway Parade and SJI International
Discovery Camps offers a wide choice of camp for children to have fun and to keep learning during the holidays. Multi Activity camps provide a balance between educational and creative classes, while other camps cover coding, movie making and academic topics. Find out more.
28 May to 27 July
Kaesac Learning Centre
Spark your child’s interest in science and technology through exploration and discovery. At Kaesac Learning Centre’s thematic workshops, they will get to build projects, conduct experiments, create their own videos games or programme a robot to bring home. Holiday workshops cover toy invention, coding, robotics and much more. Find out more.
28 May to 14 June
Hua Language Centre at United Square, Parkway Parade, Greenwich V, Causeway Point
Let your child improve Mandarin in a fun way at Hua Language Centre’s June 2018 Holiday Mandarin Camps. Go “Into the Woods” and encounter various characters, or learn to perform magic tricks at the “Hey Presto!” camp, or join a Chinese Head Start Programme. Find out more.
28 May to 22 June
Terra Minds, Tampines
Ignite your child’s interest in Science through hands-on fun at Terra Minds’ holiday programmes. Four to six year olds can take part in a Detective Science workshop to learn about secret messages and fingerprint analysis, or be introduced to famous inventors and discoveries in Junior Scientist Workshops. Seven to 12 year olds can explore the science behind food or learn to programme a robot and more at Science workshops and camps at Terra Minds. Find out more.
30 May to 18 June
MindChamps Toa Payoh
Empower your child and help them to achieve their full potential at MindChamps’ school holiday workshops. Young ones can join a fun reading workshops while Primary school children can take part in creative writing camps and the MindChamps Academy Workshop. There will also be special boot camps just for Primary 5 children. Find out more.
30 May to 22 June
Wings to Wings Dance Development Centre, Shenton Way
Get your child excited about dance with special themed dance workshops during the holidays. Kids between three to seven can take part in a fun Moana Dance Workshop or Hotel Transylvania Dance. Let the superhero in them take flight at an Incredibles Super Dance workshop too. Get an introduction to a variety of dance styles, from jazz to ballet, in Dance Camps for ages four to six and seven to 12. Get more information here.
1 to 10 June
The Music Circle, Queens Road
Enjoy a week of performances, games and musical fun with The Music Circle as it celebrates the opening of its music school. There will be music-and-storytelling sessions, a music-themed carnival and performances by The Music Circle Quartet, acapella group The Usuals and The Steve McQueens. Children can also participate in trial classes for The Music Circle’s Instrumental Academy and Early Childhood Programmes. Find out more.
13 to 22 June
The Music Scientist, Middle Road
Kids will learn about the human anatomy through creative science analogies, engaging songs, movement and interesting crafts at The Music Scientist’s workshops. Suitable for five to eight year olds, The Music Scientist adopts a whole brain learning approach to introducing science to young children. Find out more.
6 May to 26 August
Singapore Art Museum
Turn into a time traveller and explore “time” though immersive artworks at Singapore Art Museum’s Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time. This exhibition ponders the myths and theories of time through interactive contemporary artworks. Find out more.
26 May to 24 June
Museums around Singapore
Held in conjunction with the exhibition The More We Get Together: Singapore’s Playgrounds 1930 – 2030, for Children’s Season 2018 at the National Museum, young visitors can look forward to bouncy inflatables, a playbook with quiet activities and fun facts, a Young Cinema programme and building tours. Find out more.
26 May to 26 June
Take part in Zoolympix at Singapore Zoo and get to learn more about animals, pick up a checklist of 45 things you never knew you could do at Singapore Zoo and watch animals movies by the lake. Get more details about what is taking place at Singapore Zoo during the school holidays here.
26 May to 10 June
Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay
Discover new lands and be charmed by performances, games and activities at the Children’s Festival @ Gardens by the Bay as The Magic Faraway Tree comes to the Supertree Grove for the June Holidays 2018. Find out more.
11 April to 31 December
Singapore Philatelic Museum
You’ve Got Mail is a two-part exhibition at the Singapore Philatelic Museum that features 200 award-winning, handcrafted envelopes along with stamps that showcase innovative designs and creative features. While at the Coleman Street museum, pay a visit to the All About Dogs Children’s Exhibition too.
9 June to 30 September
Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes is an immersive exhibition that makes use of state-of-the-art technology to transport visitors into teh world of the Marvel Studios Super Heroes. Meet the major characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe including Iron Man, Captain America and Thor at the exhibition. It will also includes displays that highlight the science and culture behind each Marvel Studios film. Find out more.
26 May to 24 June
Science Centre Singapore
Pick up a gallery hunt booklet and discover science facts within Science Centre Singapore’s galleries to redeem a souvenir, take part in workshops and watch a Fun with Fear Science Show during the June School Holidays 2018. Find out more.
25 May to 3 June
Esplanade Theatres on the Bay
Explore a Sound Maze, watch as puppets “make” themselves and be entertained by other quirky and unconventional programmes at Esplanade Presents Flipside 2018. This festival features both ticketed and free activities by international and local artists. Find out more.
25 May to 3 June
The 10-day festival at The Artground showcases the best of children’s productions from around the world. These performances is accompanied by visual arts installations, workshops and other fringe events to encourage children to expand their curiosity and creativity. Find out more.
18 May to 22 June
Resorts World Theatre
This thoughtful play revolves around Indonesian helper Eny who is brought in to help out with Grandpa’s dementia worsens. It deals with social issues such as the joys and woes of intergenerational relationship, employer-helper relationships and living with dementia sufferers.
22 May to 3 June
This celebration of Arts and Theatre features performances from all over the world specially specifically catered to babies and early years. Find out more.
24 May to 3 June
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Inspired by James Cameron’s movie, Avatar, this Cirque Du Soleil production transport you to the world of Pandora in a visually stunning live setting.
25 to 26 May
SCO Concert Hall
Go on a musical adventure which introduces various percussion instruments to children. Suitable for children 5 years and above.
31 May to 3 June
SOTA Studio Theatre
Presented by Singapore Dance Theatre, this children’s production tells the story of Peter, his dog, Blue, and his cat, Calico. They head off on a magical adventure that ends with a huge birthday celebration. For children ages three and up.
8 to 10 June
KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
No cat can sing like Tabby McTat, Fred the busker’s cat. One day, the two of them get separated. Will they ever get to sing songs together again? Find out in this rhyming story about music, friendship, loyalty and cats.
Till 19 Aug
Explore Rolling @ TAG, the new interactive exhibition at The Artground which encourages kids to get moving and exploring. Find out more.
26 May to 24 June
Participate in activities being held as part of Pesta Ubin 2018. Learn to cook outdoors, take part in the Pesta Ubin WalkRunBike 2018 event and pay a visit to Chek Jawa as part of its open house. Experience life on Pulau Ubin during the June school holidays 2018.
26 May to 10 June
Bayfront Plaza, Gardens by the Bay
Enter the world of cartoons at Gardens by the Bay and meet your favourite Cartoon Network characters. This is a ticketed event. Find out more.
1 to 3 June
The Arts House
This festival features a variety of performances, workshops and local commissions along with community engagement activities. Find out more.
25 to 29 May
The Beyblade G2 Tournament returns and kids can get to experience the ultimate machine battle – Break Go! Ga. There will also event exclusive merchandise from Gundam Build Divers and Pikachu will there to meet and greet shoppers on 26, 27 & 29 May, at 1 pm, 3 pm and 5 pm. Limited meet and greet passes available.
25 May to 3 June
View a gallery of beautiful art pieces, have fun with TrickEye Art, and enjoy workshops at Marina Square Central Atrium as part of the Faber-Castell Art Festival 2018. Find out more.
1 to 14 June
Join Ryder for an action-packed musical adventure with the pups at the PAW Patrol Leap Into Action Stage Show. The Stage Shows and Meet & Greets take place Mondays to Fridays, 2.30 pm & 7 pm, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm, 5 pm & 7 pm. No shows and Meet & Greets on Tuesdays. A minimum spend is required to shake paws with the pups and photo passes are limited.
15 to 17 June
Kids get to connect with nature and animals from 15 to 17 June, 12 pm to 5 pm. There will be craft activities, stage games, educational talks and an exhibition corner where children can learn fun facts about animals.