Views: 4 Author: 第三组 徐丹妮 Publish Time: 2018-12-12 Origin: Site Inquire
With our little red dot’s unpredictable weather, the many indoor playgrounds in Singapore are very welcomed! Not only do the children get to run wild – rain or shine – while developing their gross motor skills at that, but mummies and daddies also have the chance for a little breather as kids have fun. And when it comes to an indoor playground Singapore has many of them!
Here at Little Day Out, we’ve done the hard yards and put together a list of indoor playground Singapore has to offer. Ready to head out for your day out! Start with our list below!
The Artground is a play space at the Goodman Arts Centre which aims to provide a positive arts experience for children. This is done in part through an accessible play space which hosts interactive art installations which change every few months. At this indoor playground, children can engage in non-directed, open-ended play together with their parents.
The Artground also conducts arts-related activities and programmes throughout the year. Admission to the main play space at The Artground is free. Other programmes may be ticketed.
As pioneers of the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education in Singapore, Blue House Infant & Toddler Atelier offers families the flexibility to play in their beautiful Reggio Emilia-inspired ateliers at Bukit Timah and UE Square, via Drop In time slots from Monday to Sunday (except for Bukit Timah).
Not your typical indoor playground, the Blue House Infant & Toddler ateliers are all about sensory exploration. Designed for kids ages 6 months to 3 years, the ateliers are wonderfully sunlit spaces filled with little nooks, mirrored walls, light boxes, natural materials, and ordinary everyday things, like zippers on a table, a wall of plastic bags, and wire baskets hanging from the ceiling!
The Blue House Infant & Toddler Atelier Drop In sessions are lovely for a couple of quiet hours as your little one entertains himself creatively and independently.