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Its ten weeks (!!!) until the start of the school summer holidays – that ridiculously long break that takes you to the edge of your sanity. I’m already panicking about what I’m going to do with my kids for eight long weeks, especially as Singapore goes quiet after a mass exodus of expats who head back home to families or elsewhere. We are one of the ones that stays put. Whilst I love the holidays (especially as it means I don’t have to set my alarm for 6.15am to make sure Miss C gets on the school bus), things can get a bit boring around here. Playdates can be a bit thin on the ground, especially in July, when it’s the quietest and it can also be really hard if you have to juggle work with keeping your kids busy. [click to continue…]

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This post is written in association with Camp Asia

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The thought of school holidays can fill parents with fear as you wonder how on earth you’re going to keep your kids busy for weeks on end – and keep yourself from going mad.

If you’re a working parent it is hard to think of ways to keep your kids entertained when you’re not home. Most of us would rather not leave them with a helper all day long. Even if you if don’t work kids get bored quickly unless you are doing things with them all the time.

Holiday camps provide the ideal solution for kids of all ages. Kids get to have fun, make friends and learn new skills and they are a brilliant way to break the holiday boredom. [click to continue…]

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