Patrick Pang

Yoga for Kids – A CBeebies Club Event


BBC CBeebies launched its CBeebies Club in Singapore in July this year and their first event was, ‘Yogo for Kids’, which was conducted at the Botanical Gardens. The interesting thing about this event was that it was in fact a yoga class but was conducted in a different way. The class was conducted through a story which was narrated by the trainers and the Yogo move were in fact featured on the TV series, Waybuloo.

Yogo for Kids

In fact, the children enjoyed themselves and participated more actively during the session as they enjoyed the way the session was conducted. It was a bonding session with the kids too as we, the parents, participated too. Personally, these days, I enjoy attending events

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Yogo for Kids

Waybuloo is now showing on BBC CBeebies which is available on Starhub Channel 303. You may also like to take the opportunity to LIKE CBeebies Asia Page to find out more about their other shows.

The Rise & Shine Record Breaking Moment


We attended the Rise & Shine Carnival at the Lawn at Marina Bay last week. It was a picnic event which sets a target to get the most number of people to eat their breakfast

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together. As far as I can remember, its also the first time we had a picnic together as a family.

It was a windy Sunday and the children were excited and looking forward to this day.

Rise & Shine Carnival

Ethan and Ezanne at Rise & Shine Carnival

The children were running around the moment we reached. I’ve also observed that the mascots has kept the children busy going around taking pictures. Ezanne was the one who initiated the photo taking sessions.

Ezanne and Me with the S-26 Mascot

Ethan and Ezanne with the Scott's Mascot

As usual, we took a family photo to remember this day when a new Singapore record was set and our first family picnic as a 5 piece. During the picnic, Ethan recalled that many years ago, he went for a picnic with Isaac and has requested to meet him soon. Well, wifey is now trying to help him arrange that meeting.

Family Photo

Rise & Shine Largest Picnic Carnival in Singapore


3 March 2013 will be a day when it is set to break the record for the biggest breakfast picnic turnout. The event will be held at The Lawn@Marina Bay. Let your little ones be enthralled by our mega fun line- up of gigantic bouncy castles, engaging crafts including balloon sculpting, face-painting and stellar stage performances. There will also be pediatric massage and nutritional food demonstrations, and

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I thought it was rather nice for the event organizers to block off a big area for the event since there will be more displays and more space for people to walk around.

Flowers Display

As we walk around, I realised that probably there could be more flowers model display although I observed there were lots of flowers around and the organizers made effort to beautify the Palawan Beach vicinity with Chinese New Year flowers.


And what I like was the sand sculpture and thought probably the organizer could have tap on the sand and have more sand sculpture. I enjoyed the snake sand sculpture.

Snake Sand Sculpture

After this, I will be looking forward to next year Sentosa Flowers.

The Art of the Brick Exhibition at Art Science Museum


Its Evan’s first visit to a museum and The Art of the Brick Exhibition at the Art Science Museum proved to be one that he enjoyed. The exhibition by New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya amazed the children with the interesting lego art work that he had created.

Ethan with the thinker

Ezanne with the Apples

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The children trying to create rain drops using lego bricks

I like this exhibition because I thought other than viewing, the children were able to learn through play. For each exhibits, there was a caption which tells you the story behind the project, the year it was completed and how many legos were used. I got Ethan to read them. There were different zones where different effects were used such as shadows, smoke etc.

The exhibition is now on at the Art Science Museum till 14 April 2013.

Stay At Home Dad?


Last week, Ethan was down with chicken pox and instead of wifey staying home to look after the children, I told her, I will do it. After all, I’ve been rather busy over the past 11 months and since things have slowed down alittle, I thought its time for me to do my bit as a father.

While the children were down with chicken pox, they remain rather active, jumping, playing and shouting around at home. I took the opportunity to do home teaching.

At the time when there is strong emphasis of home teaching and involvement of parents in the growing up years of children, I thought there is much more that I can do. One example is to spend more time with them and talk to them more to understand them better.

In my opinion, how our children grow is not determined by what is taught in school, but more importantly, everything starts from home. Its the responsibilities of the parents to determine how our children will be. And as I spend more time with my children, I started thinking of becoming a Stay Home Dad! I know that its impossible for now, but at some point in time, if its possible, I will want to be one.

Playcation at Sentosa


Its the year end holiday season and this year and instead of a Staycation, Sentosa presents, Sentosa Playcation 2012.

In partnership with PlayMobil, Sentosa wants us to bond with us family through PlayMobil themed activities. At Palawan Beach (just beside Port of Lost Wonder), there are larger than life size PlayMobil figurines which the children gets excited about. There is a fireman, knight and not forgetting, Santa.

Other than the figurines, there is a PlayMobil Play Pit where the children get to play with PlayMobil products for free. I thought its a good marketing strategy as it is one way of getting parents convinced to buy their products and so the PlayMobil Bazaar was located just right next to it.

The events are not just limited to Palawan Beach. At the Merlion Park, there is a Christmas tree which is made up of the PlayMobil figurines. With the lights in the evening, I personally feel that it complemented well with the Merlion.

Playcation at Sentosa is happening from now to 30 December 2012 and admission is free. For more information, you can visit Sentosa website for details.