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What Can You Do At Home With Your Kids?

on 23/07/2021 2492

Need some great activities to entertain your kids at home? Then look no further than the following post. With Kiddy123’s weekly family ideas, you and your children will have something fun to do every weekend, vacation, or holiday!

1. Get Crafty: Make a Cute Bunny Handprint

Images were taken from One Little Project‘s YouTube

Follow the video guide to make this adorable and simple craft.

2. Pick up a Musical Instrument: Free 4-Weeks Music Lesson with Allegro

Images were taken from Kiddy123’s E-Learning Page

In conjunction with the Allegro S.P.A.R.K Community Program, Allegro Music now offers everyone Music Learning Sessions for Piano/Keyboard, Ukulele/Guitar, Singing, and Dance. This programme is completely FREE for a duration of 4 weeks, with the mention of "Kiddy123" upon sign up.

(Details in the sign-up link below)

3. Experience Ballet Dancing: Free Ballet Class with Jean Gan Academy

Images were taken from Kiddy123’s E-Learning Page

Calling all ballerinas and young dance lovers. Jean Gan Academy of Ballet & Music is having an online FREE Trial baby ballet class for children ages 2.5 to 7 years old. Last chance to join; The Free Ballet Lesson is only valid till 31st July 2021!

(Details in the sign-up link below)

4. Make Snack: Homemade Caramel Popcorn

Images were taken from 佳敏小芥

Popcorn Ingredients:

  • 20 g unsalted butter

  • 50g corn kernels

  • 1g salt

  1. Melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat.

  2. Pour in the corn kernels, coat them in oil.

  3. Continue cooking over low heat, stirring constantly, until the first kernel pops. Close the lid immediately and increase the heat to medium-low.

  4. To prevent the popcorn from burning, keep the pan away from the heat every 5 seconds, and give it a good shake to uniformly cook the corn kernels.

  5. At this point, your popcorn should be crackling.

  6. After the cracking has stopped, turn off the heat and evenly whisk in the salt.

  7. Popcorn is done. Set it aside and move on to the caramel making.

Caramel Ingredients:

  • 37g water

  • 70g caster sugar

  • 10 g unsalted butter

  1. Pour water and caster sugar into a pan. Bring to a boil over medium to low heat.

  2. Stir until the caster sugar is completely melted.

  3. Keep stirring until it begins to bubble, turns golden yellow, and finally amber in colour.

  4. Turn off heat, add butter, and mix well. The caramel is then ready.

  5. Pour in the popcorn while the caramel is still hot. Stir everything evenly to ensure each popcorn is beautifully coated with caramel.

  6. Now, your sweet and salty homemade caramelized popcorn is ready! You can eat it right away after it has cooled.

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