Plants & Their Habitats (A Guided Tour) 


Just like us, plants need a home to provide themselves with food and shelter. Plant habitats are diverse, which include gardens, ponds and even deserts. During this tour, children will be led to observe different plant habitats, explore the features of such plants and understand how certain adaptations help plants survive.

Suitable for children in K1 – P6 Levels

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date   : Saturday, 16 March 2019
Time   : 10.00am – 11.00am
Fee   : $6.00 per child & $6.00 per accompanying adult
Location : Botany Centre, Tanglin Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

Be an Ethnobotanist for a Day! (A Guided Tour)

Join us on a journey to discover the many uses of plants for food, clothing, medicine and craft! Children can step into the shoes of an ethnobotanist, to appreciate the importance of plants in their daily lives. Learn about how plants have shaped human culture. Try your hands on the many interactive displays that can be found in the Centre of Ethnobotany! 

Suitable for children in K1 – P6 Levels

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date   : Monday, 18 March 2019
Time   : 10.00am – 11.00am
Fee   : $6.00 per child & $6.00 per accompanying adult
Location : Ethnobotany Garden, Bukit Timah Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

“Celebrating Wildlife” Series: Our Amazing Rainforest and its Biodiversity
(A Biodiversity Investigative Workshop)

Singapore’s rainforest is home to an incredible diversity of living things. Giant trees reach up to the sky, while the understorey is home to a multitude of ferns, creepers and climbers. High up in the canopy, colourful birds fly from branch to branch, while the mousedeer and horned frog live in the leafy undergrowth. Join us and learn all about these rainforest friends! In this workshop, participants will go on a guided tour, make a wall-hanging craft and pot their very own dish garden.

Suitable for children in K1 – P4 Levels

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date     : Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Time     : 9.00am – 1.00pm
Fee     : $50.00 per child (includes all materials and refreshments)
Location  : Botany Centre, Tanglin Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens


Garden Treats: Nonya Kueh (A Culinary Workshop) 
 

Join us in this new culinary series to learn more about blue pea flowers, a widely used food dye in this part of the world, and how to whip it into a delicious treat! This programme includes a guided tour around the newly enhanced Children's Garden.

Suitable for children in K1 – S2 Levels

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date   : Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Time   : 10.00am – 11.30am
Fee   : $30.00 per child (includes all materials)
Location : Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Bukit Timah Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens


“Celebrating Wildlife” Series: Amphibian Survey for Young Naturalists
(A Biodiversity Investigative Workshop)


Did you know that there are about 29 species of frogs and toads in Singapore? How many species can be found in the Singapore Botanic Gardens?  Learn all about native frogs and toads, their diversity, life-cycles, habitats, and the important services they provide in our environment. In this workshop, participants will go on a guided tour, make an amphibian craft and pot their very own dish garden.

Suitable for children in K1 – P4 Levels

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date     : Thursday, 21 March 2019
Time     : 4.30pm – 8.30pm
Fee     : $50.00 per child (includes all materials and dinner)
Location  : Botany Centre, Tanglin Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

Garden Treats: Ondeh Ondeh (A Culinary Workshop) 
 
Join us in this new culinary series to learn how to whip pandan, coconut, palm sugar and sweet potato into a delicious traditional treat! This programme includes a guided tour around the newly enhanced Children's Garden.

Suitable for children in K1 – S2 Levels

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date   : Friday, 22 March 2019
Time   : 10.00am – 11.30am
Fee   : $30.00 per child (includes all materials)
Location : Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Bukit Timah Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

 

“Reading With Nature” Series: The Empty Pot by Demi 
(A Storytelling Session and Guided Tour)


Join us for a fun-filled session to find out what happens when the Chinese emperor announces an unusual way to choose an heir! This session will provide children with the opportunity to explore nature together with a storytelling session by the Junior Reading Ambassadors and a general tour around the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden! This “Reading With Nature” Series is jointly organised by Singapore Botanic Gardens and National Library Board.

Suitable for children in K1 – P6

(Please click here for registration/more information)

Date        : Saturday, 23 March 2019
Time        : 10.00am – 11.00am
Fee     :  Free
Location    : Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Bukit Timah Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens 

 


 

Our Other Websites

Image of NPARKS logo. Click on logo to visit NParks website. Image of the CUGE logo. Click on the logo to find out more. Image of GCF logo. Click on the logo to find out more.