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5 things to do during the March school holidays

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Are you fretting over the fact that the March school holidays are almost here again because you are running out of ideas to occupy your young ones? Fret no more! ActiveSG has a slew of activities and programmes that are guaranteed to entertain and engage them this March.

Aqua Fiesta Challenge Series 2015

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Live better through sports by playing your favourite sport and forge new friendships with other like-minded individuals at Serangoon Sports Centre. This individual/team swim challenge targets enthusiasts who want to advance their skills or have an opportunity to compete after the course of learning the sport.

Note: Children aged 6 years and above are eligible for the activity and it’s FREE (Entry fee to swimming pool applies) (Pre-registration required)

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Sports Hub Community Open House - Archery
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Is your child a fan of robin hood or Marvel's Hawkeye? Then this is the sport for him or her! Learn how to aim from the experts with your bow and arrow in this short introductory session at Toa Payoh Sports Centre.

Note: Children aged 7 - 12 years are eligible for the activity and the fee is $18.

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Dance fitness

Have a kid that dances to K-Pop tunes or the latest Justin Bieber song? Then head on down to Choa Chu Kang Sports Centre, Delta Sports Centre, Jurong West Sports Centre or Jurong East Sports Centre. Be prepared to sweat it out at this dance camp where you will experience a different dance workout each day (Kpopx Fitness, Zumba Kids, Bokwa Kids). 

Dance Fitness for Kids
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Note: Children aged 4-6 years are eligible for the activity and the fee is $36.

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Family Tchoukball (Parent and Child Programme)

Want to get a workout at the same time while your kid is having fun? The answer is Family Tchoukball! Tchoukball is an exciting sport that develops motor skills, hand-eye coordination and improves fitness and agility. Developed by Swiss physician Dr Hermann Brandt, it combines the best elements of handball, netball and volleyball! Calling all parents out there, bond with your child as you learn the fundamentals of Tchoukball at Bishan Sports Centre.

Note: Children aged 7 - 65 years old are eligible for this activity and the fee is $28/pair.

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Learn to PLay - Football
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Think your kid has the potential to be the next Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Then what are you waiting for? What better way to learn the ropes than through our very own S-League Team (Warriors FC) and the one-day Exposure Type Workshops where they will be Introduced to the concept of all-in football initiatives, which includes traditional football, as well as alternative football such as street football, bubble football, water football and freestyle football at Woodlands Sports Centre or Tampines Sports Centre.

Note: Children aged 6 - 13 years old are eligible for this activity and the fee is $30.

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So there you have it! Check out the ActiveSG website for more programmes on offer.

What’s more, if you are a Singapore citizen or a Permanent Resident, you can sign up as an ActiveSG member and use your ActiveSG dollars to offset the payment (up to 30%) for the programmes!

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