The Science Centre Singapore unveils 2 new exhibitions
Planning to take the kids to the Science Centre this September school holidays? Be sure to check out these 2 new exhibitions as you explore the galleries during your visit.
You’ve spent the better half of the school holidays bonding with the kids by doing all the fun stuff – a short family getaway to a nearby island resort, trips to the malls and parks, and amazing family dinners. Just before they head back to school, it may be a good idea to wind things down a little and get them back to learning mode.
The Science Centre Singapore has been a top favourite destination for parents who are looking to ‘sneak in’ some study time as they take their kids on a fun day out. With over 1,000 interactive exhibits, your little learners can look forward to a touch-see-feel learning experience while exploring the world of science and technology.
Singapore’s largest defence science exhibition features more than 60 original and new exhibits that uncover the amazing science behind military marvels and defence strategies.
If your little ones have always been curious about how things work in the battlefield, here’s a great chance for them to find out! Take a peek into the secretive world of defence science by making your way through the 4 zones: Stealth and Surveillance, Radar, Armour and Protection, and Flight.
Don’t forget to check out the competition area, where the winning exhibits from the DSO Amazing Series of Competitions are displayed.
Kids these days rely on the Internet for learning and entertainment. This makes them vulnerable to the dangers lurking in the online world, such as cyberbullying, use of violent language and a wide range of harmful content.
The iZ HERO is the first cyber wellness exhibition in Singapore that teaches kids about safe and responsible online behaviour in a fun and interactive way.
By playing the iZ HERO interactive games, kids learn about the many dangers that lurk in cyberspace and get cyber wellness tips to combat the various threats in the digital world.
Parents, do take time to go through the iZ HERO exhibition with your kids to find out what you can do to keep their online activities safe.
Get ready to kick start your little learners’ discovery into the world of science and technology this school holidays! The Science Centre opens daily from 10am to 6pm, and tickets are priced at $10 (adult), $6 (kids aged 3-12) and $6 (senior citizens aged 55 and above).
For more information about the exhibitions, please visit www.science.edu.sg.