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Return to Kidzania

After our previous disastrous visit to Kidzania, I wasn’t about to go back there for at least another couple of years but Aristotle’s school had planned a field trip there (kids these days are so lucky!) and they needed parent helpers – so off we went…

If I had feared another disaster on my hands, I was suitably delighted that it went a lot smoother this time. We managed to try out the following activities:

Fire Department

Being one of the popular features of Kidzania, it was a bit of a wait before they could get into the action. Kidzania staff kept the kids busy with colouring activities, photo opportunities with the Kidzania mascot, and general chatter. After a 30 minute wait, we discovered that the hoses were down and the kids wouldn’t be able to put out the fire on the burning building. Thankfully, the Kidzanian staff were prepared with an alternative scenario where the kids had to save the cat instead. The children were none the wiser and were proud to have saved the cat.

Save the cat

Window Cleaner

Window Washer

Construction Workers

Construction worker

Tenaga

After learning about power and electricity, our little engineers headed out on an emergency to fix a “broken lightbulb”.

Electrical Repair

Water Bottling Factory

After lunch, the boys went through the process of bottling clean water and left the factory with a bottle of their very own bottled water.

Bottling water

Vitagen Factory

Vitagen Factory

Pilot Training

Pilot Training

I guess Aristotle is just the sort of child that needs to visit a new activity a few times before he can get right into it. He enjoyed this second trip so much he wants to go back there again. Well, we’ll see…

Published by Shen-Li

SHEN-LI LEE is the author of “Brainchild: Secrets to Unlocking Your Child’s Potential”. She is also the founder of Figur8.net (a website on parenting, education, child development) and RightBrainChild.com (a website on Right Brain Education, cognitive development, and maximising potentials). In her spare time, she blogs on Forty, Fit & Fed, and Back to Basics.

One thought on “Return to Kidzania

  1. I have exactly the same feeling like you. We had visited in 3 occasions…and the last one appeared the most fascinating cause it has added new activities such as bottling, vitamin factory, cookie factory…but of all, my girl often visited the hospital/surgeon theatre, then science centre then the rest…..Now only I think it’s worth to revisit over and over…:)

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