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Online Programmes

From videos to campaigns to games, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Family Mindfulness at the National Museum

Available from 21 Nov | Free | Ages 5 and up 

Join us for this two-part programme where you will visit some of the museum’s most well-loved spaces virtually, and practise mindfulness through fun activities, breathing exercises and relaxing stretches.

Part 1: Daily Mindfulness Techniques

Part 2: Mindful Living

Activity sheets related to the videos can be downloaded below. You can use them when you visit the museum or while watching the videos!
Finding Balance: Strong and Sturdy Like a Tree! 
Mindful Movements: Spot the Plants and Animals!
Mindful Consumption & Being Creative: Cube Puzzle craft template, Toy Car & Matchbox craft template
Mindful Eating: Thinking About My Favourite Food!



Childhood Memories: Virtual Gallery Tour and

Inter-generational Art Jamming 

Available from 21 Nov | Free | Ages 5 and up with a parent/grandparent

Ever wondered what it was like growing up in the 1950s, and just how much has changed over the years?

Calling all parents, grandparents and children –  join artist Tham Pui San and his grandson on a virtual tour of our Growing Up gallery, in which they compare their childhood experiences.


Don’t forget to have your favourite art materials ready as the session will end with everyone sketching and painting your fondest childhood memories! 


This programme is conducted in collaboration with ACE Seniors.


Appreciation Campaign – Design a Poster!

21 Nov – 27 Dec | Free | Ages 5 – 12 

Be a part of our Appreciation Campaign! Imagine how the world could be a better place if everyone showed more appreciation towards one another.


Design a poster to encourage appreciation for one another. It could be for the community workers, your neighbours, teachers or even family members! Spread some cheer and encourage others to do the same!


Steps for participating:

1. Watch the video above for guidelines to get started and click here to download the activity sheet!
2. Read through the Terms and Conditions of the campaign
3. Submit your poster here! (If you would like to submit a physical poster, you can also drop it at our Kindsville mailbox in the museum's Rotunda at Level 1!)
4. Redeem a limited-edition appreciation badge (limited to first 200 redemptions) and stand a chance to have your poster featured on the museum’s LED Wall on Level 1 in 2021! 



Ai Love Museums Virtual Hide-and-Seek

28 Nov – 3 Jan | Free


Join Ai and his grandpa on their visit to the Voices of Singapore gallery, where they discover the importance of the arts and culture in our Singaporean identity. Play an online hide-and-seek game, discover clues to hidden treasures, and learn more about the fascinating stories behind the artefacts. Click here to get started!


This digital game is presented by Museum Roundtable for Children’s Season 2020.


Redesign an Artefact!

31 Oct – 27 Dec | Free | Ages 5 and up

Be inspired by Doraemon’s extraordinary gadgets and have a go at reimagining our historical artefacts!


What extra functions would you give them? Simply create an account on this micrositeand choose from five artefacts to redesign.


The five most creative entries each month will stand to win Doraemon collectibles!


Christmas Celebration Special: 
Stone Soup – Storytelling by Story Connection

Available from 12 Dec | Free | Ages 4 and up

This story tells of a poor man arriving in a village and all the villagers saying they are too poor to spare him any food. He offers to share his secret of how to make... stone soup! What will it taste like? Find out in this heart-warming tale presented by Roger Jenkins!

About the storyteller

Awarded the Best Storyteller Award at the 16th Kanoon Storytelling Festival in Iran (2013), Roger Jenkins is a Singaporean storyteller with 22 years of experience in the storytelling scene.


The co-director of two non-profit organisations Story Connection Ltd and FEAST (Federation of Asian Storytellers Ltd), Roger also founded the 398.2 Storytelling Festival in 2015 to showcase Singapore’s local community of tellers.