Fun For Kids in Singapore 3rd Edn

Dancing is a creative form of exercise and, like music, is an intelligent pastime that requires concentration and self-discipline. Ballet – that perennial favourite of most girls – is said to help develop coordination, improve posture ...

Fun For Kids in Singapore  3rd Edn

Tired of hearing your child ask, “Mum! Dad! What are we doing today?” Have you run out of ideas for entertaining your kids at the weekend? Are you sick and tired of visiting the same old places? If your answer to these questions is “YES!” then Fun for Kids in Singapore is for you! This third edition of Fun for Kids in Singapore addresses the ever-increasing demand for information about children’s activities and interests in Singapore. You will be surprised to find out how much there is to do. This book will dispel, once and for all, the myth that Singapore is boring!

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