3 Ways to Reward Your Kids This March Holidays

March 17, 2021

3 Ways to Reward Your Kids This March Holidays

Did your kids do well for their first term tests of 2021? Don’t forget to take them out this March school holidays for a treat! While we still can’t travel out of Singapore due to the ongoing pandemic, there is still plenty of activities to do on our sunny island. Besides, the government has gifted us $100 worth of SingapoRediscover vouchers that we can redeem and spend on local scenes and sights. 


If you just can’t seem to figure out where to bring your kids to visit in Singapore, read on for Kidchamp’s top picks on where to go for a great day out for you and your family! 


1. Fun Under The Sun at Hydrodash, Sentosa


You can expect to have a splashing good time in the sea, under the sun, when you get tickets for the whole family to visit Sentosa’s latest floating aquapark, Hydrodash. Be prepared to climb, slide, leap and bounce your way through the floating obstacle course near the shores of the sandy Palawan Beach. 


Your adrenaline-junkie kids will be thrilled to be in a floating bouncy castle as the aquapark features numerous elements to ensure that you will never have a boring time. Rest assured your children’s safety will be prioritised as lifeguards and staff members will be present at every station looking after them. While each entry ticket only buys you an hour of playtime on the aquapark, it is more than enough for you and your kids to explore and conquer the entire course. Furthermore, there are still plenty of attractions you can visit in Sentosa after having a ball of a time at Hydrodash. 


2. Take a Peek at The Future at The Arts Science Museum


If your kids prefer staying indoors, give the Arts Science Museum a shot this coming school holidays. The current permanent installation, “Future World: Where Art Meets Science”, explores the possible futures of Singapore 200 years from now through a series of immersive installations, meditative spaces, films, paintings and sculptures. 


At the second part of the exhibition, “2219: Futures Imagine”, the artist encourages visitors to reflect on what kind of future they want for Singapore and what actions they may be prepared to take to bring that future into being. Parents can take this opportunity to motivate their children to be more responsible for the environment and care for the environment through their actions.


3. Reward Your Kids with a Week of Rest


It might not seem like it, but there is a chance that all your kid wants to do during the upcoming school holidays is to catch up on rest and sleep in every day. So why not grant his or her wish and cancel all their extracurricular activities and classes for the week so they can Netflix all they want for seven days. 


However, if you prefer to gift your child an item of practical value, you can consider getting them Kidchamp’s MagiCube Bundle - an ergonomic table and chair set. This way, you have the gift for your child settled, and at the same time, you will also be able to get them ready for the next school term. 


Other than study tables and chairs for children, Kidchamp also has a selection of study station essentials such as reading lamps and storage space suitable for your child, which you can add to your MagiCube Bundle.



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