Mama Connie always likes to start off the day with a shot of the kiddos.
We started off this day pretty late at 315pm.
Destination: Science Centre
Fast forward 40minutes later.
We went to the Sound exhibition hall first.
Dora was fascinated with the sound that was coming out from the headphones. There was a delay gratification of the sound if you were to speak into the microphone on the table. I spoke and she appeared shocked in the first picture. Then she pointed to the microphone, as if telling me I should speak into the microphone again.
Love her chubby cheeks.
Then there was this game in which Isa was suppose to identify the sounds made by the different insects/animals and answer them by matching them to the correct buttons with the corresponding pictures of the animals.
Dora's way of telling.. "the sound come from here Mama."
Another instrument which Dora had a go. I think she used the wooden stick to knock on the bronze bowl rather than rubbing the sides.
I simply cannot take 3D glasses.
It is always fun to see how inquisitive a child can be.
At the Uniquely You exhibition hall
Dora is telling where are her teeth!
This is what I call a "tablet" that is too big to swallow.
Apparently the lil man was too short for the sensors so Papa tried to help.
Then the lil girl came along!
Our Solar Systems exhibit.
Am I slow to realize this or is this something new?
Ok my phone camera not doing justice.
Then we chanced upon this Typhoon Chamber and Papa Ray had a go.
His klutzy character will never wean off.
Then we caught this lil girl swinging her arms and giving me a sweet smile!
I bet she enjoyed herself cos we don't bring her out often.
Dora's version of Wayang Kulik.
After about an hour of walking and exploring, we went back to the Sound Exhibition. Which I suppose is the most attractive one to them.
Even Dora wants to have a go at the Echo Tube.
How interesting. Music can make the sand "dance". See how the patterns changes according to the different vibrations given out by the speaker.
This poster will only catch the eye of a fan.
Photo taken courtesy of the official photographer.
They were so caught up in exploring the brochures that both of them are reading the same brochure at the same time.
We ended our day with a adhoc dinner meet up with my folks at Jurong Point.
This joy that we get is simply priceless.
Come back again soon to see where is our next destination for this fun filled June holidays!