While the rest of the school year looks a little less physical and more schools are adapting to taking classes online, we are able to spend more time with our children in the present and watch them grow. Create the ultimate at-home learning and play experience for your mini-me through a series of Singapore inspired unique experiences designed to broaden your child\u2019s horizons. Set a schedule for all these virtual happenings that you and your child can explore and enjoy together. \u2018Walk\u2019 through ArtScience Museum At Home with Virtual Tours and Workshop\u00a0 Best for:\u00a0Mini Scientists Need a change of scenery? Take your child on a virtual tour with the\u00a0ArtScience Museum Virtual Tours\u00a0series where you can choose to wander and learn about sea creatures through the\u00a0Ocean Life Tour\u00a0or inspire little astronomers on space exploration with the Earth & Beyond Tour. That\u2019s not all, there are also virtual workshops like\u00a0Make Your Own: Space Mission Patch, which you can totally do before taking the \u00a0for the\u00a0Virtual Tour: Earth & Beyond. \u00a0Or teach your child about sustainability with the \u00a0Make Your Own: Recycling Corner at Home. ArtScience At Home\u00a0-\u00a0https:\/\/www.marinabaysands.com\/museum\/events\/artscience-at-home.html #MuseumFromHome: Get Curious! with National Museum of Singapore Best for:\u00a0The\u00a0do-it all The National Museum of Singapore brings an array of fun and interactive programmes with the\u00a0#MuseumFromHome: Get Curious!\u00a0Programme that will be released every Friday till 10 July 2020. The programme has an variety of activities such as downloadable colouring templates from\u00a0Colouring Fun! Our Childhood Toys\u00a0or\u00a0Moving Memories Colouring Activityfeaturing the seven mural scenes by Yip Yew Chong which also comes with a special resource kit for the parents. Or if your child loves an afternoon of arts and craft, engage them with the\u00a0Be A Creative Toymaker\u00a0programme to channel their inner inventor and create new toys and games. #MuseumFromHome: Get Curious! with National Museums of Singapore\u00a0-\u00a0https:\/\/www.nhb.gov.sg\/nationalmuseum\/our-programmes\/programmes-list\/museumfromhome---get-curious?sc_langen Gallery Kids with National Gallery Singapore\u00a0For The Mini Artists\u00a0 Best for:\u00a0Art geniuses Your little Van Goghs and Monets will love a good art session as they explore their creativity and imagination through the National Gallery Singapore\u2019s\u00a0Gallery Kids. Truly let your child immerse in a variety of creative activities through 4 categories - Explore, Play, Listen and Watch with interactive games, activity guides, downloadable art posters and kids-friendly audio tours of permanent exhibitions. Gallery Kids with National Gallery Singapore\u00a0-\u00a0https:\/\/www.nationalgallery.sg\/gallerykids \u00a0 Bringing The Outdoors In With Gardens By the Bay #StayHomewithGB Best for:\u00a0The little green thumbs Discover the wonders of nature from home and learn about the beautiful flora and lush landscape through pre-school e-books with stories from\u00a0Darcy the Dragonfly\u00a0and\u00a0Freddy the Frog. Or test your child\u2019s knowledge on fascinating trivia from the\u00a0Worksheet: Gardens by the Bay\u00a0or the\u00a0Worksheet: Cannonball Tree, downloadable activity materials. You can also opt to get crafty, with free exclusive hands-on gardening workshop, DIY tips, tricks and insider knowledge with a series of horticultural videos, titled the \u201cGarden Explorer series\u201d. The \u201cGarden Explorer\u201d series provides educational access to kids to learn and \u00a0care for a variety of houseplants and explore virtually parts of the Gardens together with horticulturists.\u00a0 #StayHomewithGB\u00a0-\u00a0https:\/\/www.gardensbythebay.com.sg\/en\/stayhomewithgb.html Join Pesta Raya Online to discover the Malay Festival through Art with Esplanade Singapore Best for:\u00a0The little wonder Conclude the year\u2019s intimate Hari Raya celebration at home with the little ones through a diverse range of programmes curated by Esplanade Singapore featuring dance workshops, performances or a craft and music session. Join a story-telling session with actor and writer Tysha Khan who will tell an engaging story of \u201cIt's still Hari Raya\u201d. The story highlights her sock puppet character Kiki who finds a way to celebrate the super ultra-special Hari Raya this year. To take the experience one step further, you and your kids can also recreate your own sock puppet, and also tune in and sing along to her happy songs. Keep a lookout to\u00a0Pesta Raya PLAYpack\u00a0featuring printable activities, crafts and more that will help them learn about Malay history, arts and culture. Pesta Raya Online - Malay Festival of Arts:https:\/\/www.esplanade.com\/festivals-and-series\/pesta-raya-malay-festival-of-arts\/2020#familyfun Embark on a story-telling adventure with Gateway Kids Club Best for:\u00a0The little bookworm Continue to keep your kids engaged with a weekly storytelling session with the \u201cGateway Kids Club\u201d which takes place every Saturday from 9am-1pm online. Embark on a story-telling adventure with classic fairytale stories such as \u201cThe Frog Prince\u201d and \u201cHansel and Gretel\u201d. Join Storyteller Dwayne as he narrates and shares enthralling stories that include enthralling sing and dance along. Storytelling Series: Hansel and Gretel (13th June to 19th June 2020) Storytelling Series: The Frog Prince (20th June to 26th June 2020) For more kid-friendly at-home exploration activities, visit:\u00a0https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/VisitSingaporeMY\/ About the Singapore Tourism Board The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is the lead development agency for tourism, one of Singapore\u2019s key economic sectors. Together with industry partners and the community, we shape a dynamic Singapore tourism landscape. We bring the Passion Made Possible brand to life by differentiating Singapore as a vibrant destination that inspires people to share and deepen their passions. For more information, visit www.stb.gov.sg\u00a0or\u00a0www.visitsingapore.com.