Gymnastics & Gymboree for kids

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Gymnastics & Gymboree for kids

Post by livingthedream » Mon, 14 Feb 2011 4:20 pm

Hi Guys

We are about to move over to Singapore and were wondering about activities for little ones (currently a 11month old and 2.1yr old

Namely Gymnastics classes for the older one and gymboree for the younger one.

Do they exist? rough cost etc

Are there also like playcentres that have cafes attached? we have them here in Aus

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Post by gardenia » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 10:09 am

Sky Gym, JW Gym, BazGym all have programs for kids.

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Post by snowqueen » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 7:32 pm

Have you done a quick Google search? There's loads here:

JWT - http://www.jwtkids-singapore.com/
Gymboree - http://www.gymboree.com.sg
The Little Gym - http://www.thelittlegym.com.sg
My Gym - http://www.mygym.com.sg

Play Centres
Polliwogs - http://www.thepolliwogs.com
GoGo Bambini - ttp://www.gogobambini.com
Royces - good for younger ones - http://www.roycekidsgym.com

Think this should be enough to get you started :)

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Post by mothbhai » Mon, 21 Feb 2011 5:29 pm

You could also check out Playhouse at Rochester Park. It is a cafe with a playhouse attached where alot of mums bring kids for classes as well as free play. It could be a good place to meet other mums and kids the age of your kids.

http://www.rochesterhouse.com.sg/The_Playhouse.html

They charge $10 for 3 hours of play i think and there is plenty to do from setting up train tracks to slides and artwork.

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Post by snowqueen » Tue, 22 Feb 2011 8:11 am

I think Rochester house is more than that. It's been a couple of months but I think it was $12 for the first hour then $6 for every half hour after that.

Dont' have the Sunday roast unless you like your meat bleeding all over your plate.

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