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The school holidays can sometimes find parents worrying about how they are going to entertain and engage the children. If you have yet to fill your child’s calendar with fun-filled and action-packed plans, look no further as we share our recommended picks (suitable even if it’s not the school holidays)!

Before you book your activities and facilities, did you know that ActiveSG credits can be used for entry into facilities like ActiveSG swimming pools and to offset fees for ActiveSG school holiday programmes? This can only mean more opportunities for your children to pursue their sporting passion – choose from ActiveSG’s suite of different sport programmes and maximise these credits for the holidays!

If you are not already following the ActiveSG School Holiday Programme, there is an entire list of March offerings at various locations to keep your children active, happy and sporty! Limited slots are available, so take your pick quickly (and remember to maximise your ActiveSG credits).

ActiveSG Outdoor Survival Skills Exposure (Photo - ActiveSG)

If a fun day out for the whole family is more your thing, consider the ActiveSG Outdoor Adventure Club! Here’s where you can sign up for a suite of activities to participate in together, such as orienteering, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and mountain biking.

Give your child a chance to acquire valuable outdoor survival skills (such like map reading, knot tying and tent building) from the activities. While having fun over quality bonding, your child can also develop essential life values such as teamwork, confidence, and resilience. Being outdoors also bring benefits to our health and well-being!

Us parents would probably remember our childhood badminton sessions at the void decks of HDB flats. But have you heard of AirBadminton? AirBadminton is a new sport concept designed to create new buzz around the traditional sport of badminton, and to increase opportunities for people of all ages and ability to play it on hard, grass and sand surfaces in parks, gardens, streets, playgrounds, and beaches around the world. If badminton is already in your family’s list of favourite activities together and you are looking for a different way to play it, why not check this out?

AirBadminton (Photo - BWF)

Here’s one activity to beat the Singapore heat – discover kayaking in a swimming pool! Learn the basic control skills through games in a safe and fun environment. Limited slots available here so act fast!

Talking about water play activities, have you already brought your kids to Splash-n-Surf at Singapore Sports Hub? Not only is it perfect for the little ones to splash and swim, us adults can chill and soak in the views of Singapore’s Skyline. Another location that boasts water play for the kids and a scenic view for adults must be Far East Organization Children’s Garden at Gardens by the Bay. We love how they have age-appropriate areas for toddlers aged 1 to 5 and older kids aged 6 to 12.

FEO Water Play (Photo - GB)Water Play at FEO Children’s Garden (photo: Gardens by the Bay)

For the more adventurous and nature lovers, how about kayaking for kids or even for the whole family to enjoy together? Sungei Khatib Bongsu and Pulau Ubin are two popular destinations for this.

Related read:
7 Nature Destinations for Adventurous Families

ECP Coastal Playgrove (Photo - NParks)Coastal PlayGrove at East Coast Park (photo: NParks)

Don’t forget the lovely offerings by NParks, such as the serene
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park or Coastal PlayGrove at East Coast Park boasting the tallest outdoor slide in Singapore. We are amazed by how versatile our public parks are, not forgetting the sheer number and accessibility – there must be at least one within proximity from your residence.

Lastly, check out these timeless options we keep bookmarked!