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Singapore - Sport and social games

Sports for Smaller Children
Contact the American Women’s Association,  ANZA or other national associations for a list of ‘playgroups’ where parents and small children can meet.

Other Activities:

  • Girl Scouts
    Troops have been formed at the Singapore American School, the  Overseas Family School, the United World College and the Canadian International School.
  • Boy Scouts
    There are several troops including 1st Anza scout group. Contact schools for more information.
  • Easy-Peasy Little Artists
    79 Faber Green
    Singapore 129302
    Tel 6774 4269 Fax 6774 4310
    Easy-Peasy holds afternoon arts and crafts sessions for five to ten year olds.
  • Bit-by-Bit
    36 Watten Rise
    Singapore 287342
    Tel 6467 1664 Fax 6468 2745
    Classes are held covering all sorts of computer-based skills including: word processing/ creative writing, spreadsheets, digital imaging/drawing and programming/logic. Aimed at children aged three to 16.
  • As You Wish
    #03-12 Tanglin Mall
    Tel 6732 8783
    At As You Wish one can select a piece of pottery and paint it.

Resources:
‘Things To Do With Our Children’ This booklet is available from the American Women’ Association (Tel: + 65 6734 4895 website: www.sg/kids ). Parents and children can use this website to find out about Singapore in general and research available activities and places to go. One can use the map to investigate every part of Singapore and click on sites to find out opening hours, public transport and facilities.

Private clubs - see under "Singapore - Expat Associations"

  • Daycamps
    Overseas Family School
    Singapore
    website:
    www.ofs.edu.sg
    Sports, swimming, arts and crafts, science and computers and other activities are available for ages three to 11.
  • ANZA
    Singapore
    website:
    www.anza.org.sg
    Activities to be found here are: sports, swimming, arts and crafts, science and computers and other activities aimed at ages three to 11. Join in the five weeks of summer fun!
  • Canadian International School
    Singapore
    website:
    www.cis.edu.sg

    Three different summer school programmes are offered to children aged three-five years, six to 14 yrs and aged 14 and above. 
  • American Club
    Singapore
    website:
    www.amclub.org.sg
    The American Club has activities for ages four to 10.
  • LooLa Adventure Resort
    Indonesia Bintan Island
    Singapore
    website:
    www.loola.net
    Summer holiday camps are held in July and August for expatriate children aged eight to fourteen.   Activities include: kayaking, climbing, cycling and orienteering.
  • Outward Bound
    Singapore
    website:
    www.obs.org.sg

    Outward Bound provides adventure programs from the age of 14.
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