Top 5 Things to Do This September

by Marshall Cavendish Education | Aug 24, 2020

5 Great Things to Do with Your Kids This September!

Wondering what you can do at home this September during the COVID-19 pandemic? You can still engage your children even at the comfort of your own home.

If you are looking for something educational yet entertaining, check out these top 5 activities that you can do with your child this September both at home and outside!

TLC's Children's Festival 

mceducation Spark TLC Children Learning Festival
[Photo Credit: Singapore Repertoire Theatre]

Your child can get a month of fun-filled activities to inspire and nurture their growing minds online with TLC’s Children’s Festival. Packed with interactive activities, you can even catch exciting performances online and even classical stories from around the world. The festival includes various engaging talks and workshops to engage the young ones.

Event Date: 5 Sep to 4 Oct 2020


Venue: Online


Ticket Pricing

Individual shows: $20 SGD

Festival Access Pass (all four shows): $50 SGD

An email will be sent to ticket holders with a unique code to watch the performance videos on SISTIC Live. Ticket holders will be able to watch the performance videos up to three times from 5 September to 4 October 2020.


Ticket sales is open to an international audience.



10% Discount for PAssion Card Members valid from 3 Aug 2020 onwards.


For more information, visit


mceducation Spark SmallBigDreamersAtHome
[Photo Credit: National Gallery Singapore]

Add some colours to your kid’s stay-home routine with some digital fun! Organised by the National Gallery Singapore, this online festival allows your little ones to let their imagination go wild with many interactive games, arts and crafts tutorials and art viewing experiences.

Click to find out more about #SmallBigDreamersAtHome

Date: Till 28 March 2021
Tickets: Free, Festival is open to an international audience

Dyson Fun Challenge Cards

mceducation Spark Dyson Fun Challenge Cards
[Photo Credit: James Dyson Foundation Facebook]

Dyson Challenge Cards? Is this the Dyson that produces those vacuum cleaners? You bet it is!

Created by The James Dyson Foundation, you can now engage your children with experiments carefully created by Dyson engineers. These 44 easy-to-follow experiments are the first steps to introduce your children into the world of engineering.

You can now download the challenge cards HERE.

Disney Virtual Tour

mceducation Spark Disneyland
[Photo Credit: Disney Park]

Take a ride at Disneyland at the comfort of your own home! Being stuck at home does not mean you are not able to enjoy the magical world of Disneyland. You can now visit Disneyland and take on the many rides available. Gather your little ones and take a virtual ride around Disneyland and embrace yourself with the 4K Ultra HD Video with 360 degrees point of view of the park. Go on rides like Under The Sea Journey with The Little Mermaid to Frozen Ever After!

To go for a virtual ride, visit HERE

SCDF Fire Station Open House  

mceducation Spark SCDF Firestation open House
[Photo Credit: SCDF Facebook]

If your child loves being a fire fighter, this is the place to take them there and have them inspired by speaking with fire fighters or learn about the equipment used! The Fire Station Open Houses are conducted on Saturdays with safe distancing measures in place. The open house is open on Saturday morning from 9am – 11am.

Safe distancing measure is in place, so pre-registration is required for the Open House. Each visit is capped to a maximum of 5 visitors.

To register, please visit Fire Station Openhouse.

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