Even as the year winds down, December can still be a chaotic, crazy time of the year! You might be planning time with family and friends, gifts and parties, treats and feasts and family trips. Meantime, if you are still scrambling to find activities for your bored kids at home, Nickelodeon has come up with a list of activities to keep their crazy fans going this festive period. So here you go… seven tips to have your kids and yourself jump into a “Crazy Christmas” holiday spirit.
1. Create your own crazy Christmas tree with Nickelodeon’s first Christmas Tree Styler
Get their creativity going! Fans can build their own virtual tree at crazychristmas.nick-asia.com using specially designed ornaments till the end of December. Save, share an image card of the customized tree or print it, so kids can send as their festive greetings to family and friends.
2. Binge on holiday-themed Nickelodeon shows
As part of Nickelodeon’s “Crazy Christmas” feature, watch 12 days of holiday-themed episodes of Nickelodeon shows such as Dora the Explorer, The Fairly Odd Parents, Make It Pop, Henry Danger, Game Shakers, and more on:
Watch the “12 Days of Nickelodeon Christmas” video HERE to get an idea of what’s in store. Those who tune in will be also be able to catch additional shorts such as Christmas songs and the Make It Pop Christmas music video “All The Love”.
3. Catch the debut of Nickelodeon’s original animated TV movie, “Albert”
Premiering on Friday, 23 December at 12pm (TH/WIB) and 1pm (HK/MY/PH/SG/TW), the one-hour CG-animated holiday tale Albert is the first original animated TV movie Nickelodeon has ever made. It features Albert, a tiny Douglas fir tree who goes on a crazy journey to become Empire City’s most famous Christmas tree ever. The heartwarming movie stars the comedic voice talent of Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live) in the title role and Sasheer Zamata (Saturday Night Live), Judah Friedlander (30 Rock) and Rob Riggle (21 Jump Street). Breanna Yde (School of Rock, The Haunted Hathaways) voices the character Molly. What’s more? For the kids who fall in love with the endearing tree, an illustrated adaptation of the story by Random House Children’s Books, Albert: The Little Tree With Big Dreams, is currently available at Amazon and other online book stores.
4. Explore all-new Nickelodeon games
Visit www.nick-asia.com for new holiday-themed games! Unleash your inner gamer by taking part in The Loud House Holiday quiz (available from 22 December) or creating your dream winter house by playing the Winter Wonderland House Builder game (available from 23 December). Test your rhythm skills on the newly launched SpongeBob SquarePants: Bikini Bottom Beat music game, now available HERE on the Apple App Store for USD 1.99.
5. Make your own Christmas tree ornaments
Create your own Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Googly-eyed ornaments in just under 20 minutes.
6. Live out their aspiration to become an actor and be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle at KidZania Singapore
Visit the Nickelodeon Acting Academy and Theatre in KidZania Singapore and train to be an actor before you role play as your favourite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle for your family and friends. From 10 to 25 December, meet half-shell heroes Donatello and Leonardo for that wefie moment! And of course, while you are there, let them loose to enjoy the rest of Kidzania while you get some of your own ‘me-time’!
7. Take a short trip across to Kuala Lumpur and enjoy some crazy water fun at Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon
Visit Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon at Sunway Lagoon in Malaysia with more than 12 attractions! From now to 1 January 2017, Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon has been transformed into SpongeBob's Christmas Lagoon – experience crazy holiday moments by checking out the 20-foot Christmas coral tree, creating giant bubbles at the Bubble Jellyfish Field, and meeting SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, and Santa Claus.