Win a free trial lesson from Gymboree Play & Learn!

Win a free trial lesson from Gymboree Play & Learn!

It's still early in the year so quick, get a chance to win a free trial lessons from Gymboree!

Our friends from Gymboree Play & Music would love for you to join in the fun! With over 30 years of experience in fostering creativity and confidence for children aged 0-5, their programs put a strong emphasis on involving parents in their child's development.

The 7 programs -- designed by experts specifically for a child's developmental stages -- incorporates their signature play environments. By allowing your child to play and engage with others around them, it helps develop their cognitive, physical and social skills that are essential in a child's development.


Gymboree is opening up 30 slots of free trial lessons so that you and your child can try it out 1st hand  -- so what are you waiting for? Take a look at their list of classes down below!

Play & Learn Classes

These classes encourage development and learning with 7-level program designed to support your child's growth at his or her own individual pace. From sensory stimulation to problem-solving games and storytelling, the classes use play-based activities to stretch the body and mind.

  • Gymboree Play & Learn 1, 0-6 months
    Explore the senses and support visual and auditory development with tummy time, flashlight play, first songs and more. This baby class includes parent discussion time to help learn about your child's development.
  • Gymboree Play & Learn 2, 6-10 months
    Learn about cause and effect and build strength through play with ramps, slides and climbers. This infant class includes parent discussion time to help learn about your child's development.
  • Gymboree Play & Learn 3, 10-16 months
    Explore two-way communication with your child. Play environments encourage discovery, balance and coordination as parents learn to understand how their infant interacts and communicates with them and the world.
  • Gymboree Play & Learn 4, 16-22 months
    Figure out how the world works and become a competent problem solver through games that uncover patterns and sequences. This class is suitable for toddlers.
  • Gymboree Play & Learn 5, 22-28 months
    Stretch the imagination through creative play to support symbolic thinking, language development and social interaction. This class is suitable for toddlers.
  • Gymboree Play & Learn 6, 28-36 months
    Play both independently and with peers while learning to connect ideas through cooperation and communication. This class is suitable for toddlers.
  • School Skills, 3-5 years
    Encourage curiosity and build self-confidence in your preschooler through art, science exploration, play and more. Teachers also read children's books that explore and nurture key social and emotional skills, engage in activities that require cooperation and self-awareness, and encourage communication with peersThis school skills class includes both independent and group learning activities to promote the important personal and social skills your preschool child will need for a successful transition into school.

Gymboree also has their own line of toys and accessories to help support your child's development



Gymboree is located in 2 locations in Singapore:

Tanglin Mall
163 Tanglin Road
#03-21 Tanglin Mall
Singapore 247933

Tel : (65) 67355290, Fax : (65) 67377059
Email: [email protected]

Harbourfront Centre
1 Maritime Square #03-09/10
Harbourfront Centre
Singapore 099253

Tel : (65) 62711545
Email: [email protected]


What's in store for you?

30 winners stand a chance to win a free trial lesson from Gymboree, which includes one of the toys as a free gift if you sign up for classes after attending the trial.
Simply enter your details below and select one of the classes you'd like to try out and we'll contact you with further details!


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