Wing Chun is a Southern Style Chinese martial arts system, renowned as a close range combat system, the characteristic of Wing Chun are straight line concept, simultaneous deflection and direct attack, using deflection to neutralize attacks rather then rely on size or strength.
Offers a multi-step step program that takes students with no prior experience through systematic skill-building courses, resulting in competition level performance in both wushu and taiji for youths and children aged 4 and above.
The tallest indoor air-conditioned sport climbing venue in Singapore, Climb Central has approximately 1,000 square meters of climbing wall space. It is also and is conveniently located within Kallang Wave Mall.
They have adult and child day pass for those who wants to try out rock climbing with their children age 5 and above. A day pass for one child and one adult including equipment cost $36 while a day pass for one adult and two children cost $56.
A intro to climbing class kids ages 5 to 12 is available on Sundays 1pm to 2.30pm at $40 per child. There are also climb parties available at $390 for 10 children for a 2 hours session, and full day kids camp during the school holidays.
This indoor trampoline park has 2 dodgeball courts, a 4-lane foam pit, a 5-lane airbag, 3 basketball slam dunk lanes, 3 long tumble tracks and a spacious main court. You can come in for some trampoline time, take a class and even hold your birthday here. This park is open to people of all ages.
Cost : $13 -17 per Hour
You need to wear Zoom Grip Socks / Anti-Slip Socks
This is where you can experience sports, shop and play. Check out Experience Sports Learn-To-Play programmes on the SportHub Website. This are a include Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore Sports Museum, Splash-N-Surf, which provide a ariety of recreational water activities.
Trifecta Martial Arts (Singapore) specialize in Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for children and adults.
Classes at Trifecta Martial Arts are specially designed to complement each facet of the child’s development and help them learn in a systematic manner at their ideal pace.
This rock climbing school at Bedok Community Centre target kids 4 – 14 years old. There are a variety of climbing classes and workshops for kids and parents. Introductory rock climbing class for kids cost $30 for 2 hours. A parent and child workshop cost $58 for a parent and child pair.[line]
This indoor climbing air-conditioned climbing gym is a good place for kids and adults to get some exposure to rock climbing.
Regular climbing classes and Climbing 101.
Climbing 101 for kids cost just $33 per pax for a 2 hour session and includes gym entry & equipment. At least 6 people are needed to start a class.
Prior booking is required.
Each of the training programs to enhance such virtues as self-esteem, self-discipline and modesty through his expert teaching and reinforcement.
Parents will witness an immediate transformation in their children’s everyday approach to life.
Camp Asia offers an excellent mix of holiday camps at the Australian International School and Stamford American International School, conveniently located with great facilities to maximise camp fun and learning!
Holiday Camps conducted include
Multi-Activity Camps, Super Chef with Emmanuel Stroobant, Sport Stars, Mini Mandarin, Digital Publishing Camp and Video Production Camp.[line]
$$$: $625 Per Week
At INDUK Taekwondo, children learn more than the basic taekwondo patterns and techniques. The school designs special classes to teach them self-defence moves, sword fighting and basic gymnastics. Whilst making the classes interesting and fun, the school also places strong emphasis on the teaching of self-restraint, the joy of being part of a team, respect for peers and authority, and at the same time building confidence and self esteem.
Waterfun Aquatic Centre (WAC) specialises in the teaching of pre-swimming & swimming skills to babies, preschoolers and children.
For younger beginners, WAC adopts a structured play approach whereby pre-swimming skills such as water confidence, breath-control, floatation, immersion, submergence and simple free-style (“paddling”) are taught through holistic and developmentally appropriate teaching methods to engage our learners – through use of simple water play and movement activities, songs and rhymes, imaginative play, and suitable toys. These games and activities are repeated with variations and modifications every lesson until the essential skills are mastered with confidence by the children.