An Asian debut in Singapore, Sultans of Science celebrates the scientific and technological breakthroughs made by scholars during the Golden Age of the Islamic World and their influence on modern science and technology.
For more details, call 6425 2500 or visit www.science.edu.sg
Ever wondered how a tiny seed can grow into a gigantic tree? This programme will teach children all about seeds – the various shapes and sizes they come in, their modes of dispersal and their role in the lifecycle of plants. Besides taking part in a seed planting activity, participants will also design their personal seed containers to bring home, and learn to care for their little plant friends.
About the Speaker:
Zheng Jiahui is a manager from the National Parks Board. She enjoys gardening and is passionate about spreading her love for green and nature to the public, to let them appreciate the wonderful world of plants.
Open to 30 children per session. Registration can be made at http://golibrary.nlb.gov.sg/programme/Bounce.aspx Enquiries: 6332 3255
Designed for children aged 5 and above, the children can learn and explore the exciting infocomm possibilities with hands-on experience. Upon completion of the workshop, the children will receive Next Gen Infocomm Ambassador certificates.
For more details and the programme schedule, visit www.iexperience.sg
The much-loved Art Garden returns this May for the third year running with an engaging range of contemporary artworks by Singaporean and international artists that will appeal to you and your young ones. SAM has used this opportunity to commission Singapore artists, such as Justin Lee and Loh Sau Kuen, to create works for its next generation of art audiences. The only exhibition in Singapore dedicated to showcasing art suitable for children, works at Art Garden address topical and open-ended issues. In addition, a series of inspiring short films and animations, including animated shorts by young Singaporean students for the N.Emation! competition series will be screened.
Come experience contemporary art first-hand at SAM and unleash your imagination as you explore the new and the familiar in Art Garden 2012! Art Garden is held in conjunction with Children's Season 2012 (Jointly presented by National Heritage Board and Museum Roundtable).
For more information please visit http://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/exhibitions/details.php?id=95
Come 'Style it the Army way' or even style it your Army way. Is the Army only about pixelated prints? This time you get to tell us what your Army style is. Change into the uniforms, engage in battlefield fighting and test the mini armouries. Regardless of your age, style it and until you experience it, you will never know if it fits.
Go on a specially created trail to view 10 special objects in the Asian Civilisations Museum's galleries, then head over to the learning gallery to find out more about them!
For more details, visit www.acm.org.sg.