Children’s Day 2019 In Singapore: Exciting Things To Do To Celebrate The Joys Of Childhood

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Children’s Day 2019 in Singapore falls on Friday, 4 October. A scheduled school holiday for primary schools, it is a day when kids get a break from regular classes and parents start to wonder about things to do on Children’s Day 2019 in Singapore.

Here are some events and activities that will be taking place that will get kids all fired up and excited for Children’s Day 2019 in Singapore!

Things to do for Children’s Day 2019 in Singapore


Octoburst! A Children’s Festival 2019

Octoburst! A Children’s Festival 2019From 4 to 6 October, spend a wonderful Children’s Day weekend at Octoburst 2019 at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. This year’s children’s festival features many exciting and innovative performances. Go on a sea voyage where the audience can be a passenger or watch as a tailor shop comes to life after a mysterious note is received.

There is also a marching band parade and free activities taking place over the weekend. Mark Octoburst! 2019 into your calendar of things to do for Children’s Day 2019 in Singapore. Get more details here.


Make Your Mark! by Playeum

Make Your Mark! by Playeum - Things to do for Children's Day 2019 in SingaporeCreativity reigns supreme over at Playeum at Gillman Barracks during the Children’s Day 2019 weekend in Singapore. On 4 and 5 October 2019, everyone is invited to join in the hand-on fun at Make Your Mark!, in celebration of The Big Draw 2019. Doodle, sketch and draw away at activities all day.

There will be workshops open to kids as young as 3 and outdoor activities such as Move & Paint! Artists will be roving around the event space to inspire you as you watch them work! Be sure to pay Playeum a visit over the Children’s Day 2019 weekend. This is a ticketed event. More details here.


Fight the Deadliest Monster – Zoo and Bird Park Free Entry for Kids in October 2019

Kids Enjoy Free Entry To Jurong Bird Park And Singapore Zoo In October 2019 And Learn How To Fight The Deadliest MonsterLocal artist Ernest Goh from the Ayer Ayer Project is bringing the Shore Debris Table to Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park as part of Fight the Deadliest Monster in October 2019. This is an interactive art installation where kids sieve through real sand from Singapore’s beaches and learn about plastic pollution and its toll on the sea. There will also be hands-on activities about recycling and crafts for kids to make and help spread the message about plastic pollution.

What’s more, in the month of October 2019, kids get to enter Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo for free with every full paying adult. How’s that for a treat over the Children’s Day weekend 2019 in Singapore? Find out more information here.

 


CATalysts at KidsSTOP

Scenes from CATalysts at KidsSTOPSee KidsSTOP in new light at CATalysts, an interactive theatre performance that takes place AROUND the children’s science centre. Help to rescue Madame Curie, the KidsSTOP Cat, who has been ‘catnapped’ by grouchy Dr FeelBad. Kids will also learn about emotions and even get to participate in a Splashes of Emotions workshop after the show! Don’t miss this exciting performance which runs from 24 September to 10 October 2019.

Find out more here.


Children’s Fiesta at Our Tampines Hub

Children’s Fiesta at Our Tampines HubLooking for more things to do over the Children’s Day 2019 weekend in Singapore? From 4 to 6 October, Our Tampines Hub will be holding its Children’s Fiesta. There will be a 20-metre Zipline, Pinata Games, Craft Workshops and free treats from Totti Candy Factory at this Children’s Day 2019 event for all kids above 3 years old!


Bonus Idea: Stand to Win Great Prizes in Our One Two THREE Giveaway Contests

Little Day Out is currently running three great giveaways. Take part and you could soon be sending your child on a kid-friendly day out.

1. With Singapore Writers Festival 2019 taking place just around the corner from 1 to 10 November, answer a simple question to win your child a spot at an exciting SWF Playground programme for kids.

2. Stand to win tickets to the magical world of Beatrix Potter at Where is Peter Rabbit, a  theatrical spectacular with beautifully handcrafted puppets and enchanting original songs and a sprinkle of magic that is coming to Singapore from 18 to 20 October.

3. The Gingerbread Man by SRT’s The Little Company open on 23 October and it is going to be an all-new musical which promises loads of fun for kids.