If your baby or toddler is not old enough for preschool, and they (and you!) need some stimulation, playgroups are a good idea. Here’s our roundup of the more active baby groups and playgroups in Singapore:
A social group of expat and local mums with babies up to 24 months and some mums-to-be.
A group for expat and local mums who like to do activities with their kids in the company of others.
For East Coast babies and toddlers, from newborn to three years, and their parents.
For newborns to four-year-old toddlers that love indoor and outdoor play, head over to St George’s Church for nonstop fun.
For children between six months and 2.5 years, White Lodge offers fun activities including circle time, music and dancing, art, and outdoor adventures.
This spot for kids aged 18 months to three years is perfect for developing motor skills and encouraging physical learning; they’re fully equipped with ropes, ladders, and tunnels.
Let your little ones between eight and 18 months enjoy circle time, sensory play, music, storytelling, movement and arts and crafts at this boutique.
This Facebook support group for mothers differs slightly from the playgroups in this list, but if any mother in Singapore needs help with anything from speech therapy and lactation to medical advice for their child, this is the group to join.
The New Mothers Support Group is a voluntary circle for expectant mothers, new parents or parents new to Singapore with children up to age 5. They have been supporting and advising for over 20 years.
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