Children’s Season 2020: Programmes Taking Place From 21 Nov To 27 Dec For The Year-End Holidays

Children’s Season 2020: Programmes Taking Place From 21 Nov To 27 Dec For The Year-End Holidays
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Children’s Season 2020 is back for the year-end holidays. It is a chance for families to spend quality time with each other and to experience some bonding activities while discovering what the museums in Singapore have to offer.

At National Museum of Singapore, Children’s Season is being presented in conjunction with the Doraemon campaign and an upcoming Home, Truly special exhibition. It features a series of programmes designed to encourage kids between the ages of 3 to 12 to get curious and learn that change is okay.

Here are some of the onsite and online programmes that lie in store for Children’s Season 2020 from 21 November to 27 December 2020.


Highlights of What’s On for Children’s Season 2020

Get Curious! Gallery Trail (Onsite)

What’s On for Children’s Season 2020
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Play tic-tac-toe at National Museum of Singapore’s galleries together with Doraemon to discover interesting pieces of information about the artefacts! Create an account on a microsite, look for the life-sized Doraemon figures in the galleries and scan the QR codes to “collect” them.

Makers & Shakers – Inter-generational Music Workshop (Onsite and Online)

This Children’s Season 2020 workshop is a chance for kids 4 and up to come together with their parents or grandparents to create a musical instrument. An onsite site session will be held on 19 December, 2pm while an online live-streamed session will take place on 6 December, 2 pm. Sign up is required and registration fees are inclusive of a craft kit.


Childhood Memories: Virtual Gallery Tour and Inter-generational Art Jamming (Online)

Childhood Memories: Virtual Gallery Tour and Inter-generational Art Jamming - Children's Season 2020
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This Children’s Season 2020 is a great time to spend time bonding as a family. Parents, grandparents and children can join artist Tham Pui Sand and his grandson on a virtual tour of the Growing Up gallery where they compare childhood experiences. This video will be available from 21 November to 27 December 2020 and is recommended for kids 5 and up.


Through My Eyes: Conversation with a Setron TV (Online)

Through My Eyes: Conversation with a Setron TV
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Get to meet an artefact from the 1970s on National Museum of Singapore’s Facebook page. In this case, it is an old Setron TV. Have a chat with it and its owner to find out what it was like growing up together. This programme will be live streamed on 28 Nov, 11 am.


Ondeh Christmas Tree – Inter-generational Food-making Session (Online)

Ondeh Christmas Tree – Inter-generational Food-making Session
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Bond together over food – by making it! This Children’s Season 2020 workshop will be conducted over Zoom and requires a sign-up. Fees are $25 inclusive of an ingredients kit. It will be held on 13 Dec, 10 am.


The Nursery Rhymes Project: Online Interactive Storytelling – Going Home (Online)

The Nursery Rhymes Project: Online Interactive Storytelling – Going Home
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Presented by The Theatre Practice, The Nursery Rhymes Project and its characters, Kaya and Roti, are back! Join them for an interactive storytelling time about a lost beetle trying to his way back home. This free programme takes place on 26 December, 11 am on the National Museum of Singapore Facebook Page.

For more details and other programmes taking place at National Museum of Singapore for Children’s Season 2020, click here.

Chun Fong
Chun Fong thinks that hamsters are cute and loves tucking into chocolate eclairs.