[Iridescent Kids] Singapore LARGEST Outdoor Party!

Hollaa everyone! Still planning for your June School Holiday Breaks Coming up? Are you ready to discover Singapore’s largest Outdoor Party!? A friend of mine introduce a place to go…. 


Aviva SUPERFUNDAE! It is a one-of-a-kind funival where you can indulge in some unique, quirky and all-out fantastic all-day play with your family.

IT’S Singapore’s largest and one-of-its-kind outdoor family funival is back for the third consecutive year!


Make Time for fun! Come join Singapore’s largest outdoor party for kids aged 2 to 12! 

I wish I have kids as I could have some special family bonding time with them! For those super mommy’s out there.. What are you waiting for?

Plus this  Singapore’s largest Outdoor Party SUPERFUNDA will not only allow your kids to have fun, but also to develop their skills through 3 main plays! 

Experience play at its best via our games and activities which effortlessly fuse structured and free play. They showcase three main play elements:

  • CONNECTIVE PLAY: Through activities like Numakiki Jungle Obstacle and Craycrayspray Water Play, participants interact with one other, and enrich their communication skills and emotional well being.
  • ACTIVE PLAY: Hone psychomotor skills – and fitness levels – through fun outdoor quests and dashes such as Beer Dash and Daddy Mommy Piggyback.
  • CREATIVE PLAY: Train the right brain by getting creative and hands-on with artsy workshops. Unleash the imagination with wild, “anything goes” creations.

Apart from these 3 Main Plays, They also have 5 Worlds for kids to explore!

It consists of ~~~~


  • Super fun stage games
  • Live music
  • Movie Under the Stars


Don’t forget their Mega Candy Cannon that fires Haribo gummies hourly!


How fast can you run? For the Speedy Zone is all about our fun and quirky dashes!
  • All-new Daddy Donut Dash
  • Beer Dash and Milk Dash
  • Try out squiggly cars, skate-scooter and more!
  • Ninja Quest – bigger and more exciting than last year!
  • Activities with Ready Steady Go Kids




Let your imagination run absolutely WILD here. They have all the activities to unleash your KIDS inner creativity, even if you think you have none!
  • Art and craft ideas with Mosaic Workshop



It’s all things to do with water fun here! Be sure to pack in some extra clothing, towels and lots of sunscreen & GET READY to splash away!
  • Go loco at the Craycrayspray water play area with Super Soakers
  • Mini water slide
  • Build your own paper boat and watch it float on water


Jump, pounce, grab and swing, these are the things you’ll get to do in Jungle World in  Singapore’s largest Outdoor Party!

Get ready to be surprised!

IF all of these are not enough to attract you, SUPERFUNDAE now has EARLY BIRD TICKETS which is only priced at S$14.90 plus 10% OFF for Passion Card Members!





For More Details:

Visit : https://superfundae.com.sg/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/superfundaeSG

(pictures on this post belong to Avida Superfundae)
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[Iridescent Parenting] Teaching kids about ‘Stranger-Danger’ is NOT enough

Did you know ?
… it takes less than a minute for a predator to lure a child away?
… 90% of childhood sexual abuse occurs by someone the child knows?
… even very young children can be taught some important safety rules and skills?


…because there’s more to keeping kids safe
than just teaching the “stranger-danger” theory.

Forget ‘stranger danger’: ‘Tricky people’ concept helps kids spot sketchy adults

While some parents focus on the idea of “stranger danger” with their kids, Norton says her family chose to teach their kids about “tricky people” — a way of identifying dangerous people created by Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, an educational company dedicated to the prevention of childhood sexual abuse.

The Scoop

The mom of four says that had she not warned her kids about “tricky people,” they could have been abducted.

“In a moment of what I deem foggy-thinking ‘pain brain’ I left my two oldest boys–CJ (10) and T-Dawg (8) outside the ER door on a bench to await our kind neighbor who said he was coming to pick them up and take them to school [sic],” Norton recounts on her blog, Time Well Spent. “I had wrongly assumed my neighbor was coming from his house (not somewhere farther away), so my two boys sat out front of the ER for 40 minutes. Not the 5 minutes I had expected. Their story of what had transpired while I had stupidly left them out there alone made me simultaneously sick and grateful.”

While waiting for the neighbor, her sons encountered what Norton calls “their first real-world experience with the freaky, perverted strangers they’ve been intermittently warned about.”

She shares how while the boys waited on that bench, they were approached by a woman with two men, who asked them to “help them out by going into the bathroom where her boyfriend was hiding from the doctor and see if they could convince him to come out and get treated.”

Having been warned about so-called “tricky people,” CJ told the adults “no thank you” repeatedly. But the woman didn’t give up and begged the boys, “Please? You could really save his life if you’d just go in that bathroom and tell him it’s safe to come out.”

Luckily, the neighbor soon arrived to pick up the boys, but Norton wrote, “not before they saw a third adult male come out from the bathroom, jump into the car with these other three hooligans and drive off.”

Norton wrote, “Tricky people are the new strangers. One of (Fitzgerald’s) guidelines for knowing what people are unsafe is … tricky people ask kids for help. If a safe adult needs help, they’ll ask another adult.” In fact, CJ had remembered that rule, telling his mom that’s how he knew it was a trick. “Mom, I knew they were tricky people because they were asking us for help. Adults don’t ask kids for help,” he said.

The Outcome

“Most of the time, kids are learning ‘stranger danger,’ which is cute and it rhymes but isn’t really effective. ‘Tricky people’ is certainly more effective because most strangers are not dangerous. … Kids think a stranger is going to be somebody who is kind of scary looking or scary sounding, but statistically, if someone wants to harm a child, they are not going to appear scary; they’re going to be charming, have an enticing offer, and seem friendly.”

She adds, “Instead of looking for the boogie man, a child should look for the person asking them to do something that doesn’t sound right or ask if the adult is trying to get them to break one of their family’s safety rules or trick them.”

In fact, I already talked to them about this story because it scared me so much. But Fitzgerald says parents shouldn’t frighten kids, but aim to empower them instead.

“We shouldn’t tell kids that there are bad people out there who want to hurt them. Everything should be very positive,” she says.

To end this blogpost, here are a few quotes~:

‘Just as we teach our children how to ride a bike, we need to teach them how to navigate social media and make the right moves that will help them. The physical world is similar to the virtual world in many cases. It’s about being aware. We can prevent many debacles if we’re educated. Amy Jo Martin

”Parents are the ultimate role models for children. Every word, movement and action has an effect. No other person or outside force has a greater influence on a child than the parent.” Bob Keeshan

Credits to: http://www.parenting.com/news-break/why-kids-should-learn-about-tricky-people-instead-stranger-danger
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