We were slightly late for the early session of pizza-making, so the girls quietly sat down for the story telling session.
I have to give it to the lady who single-handily entertained the entire crowd from beginning till the end. She is so full of energy and enthusiasm.
The story-telling session happens daily between 11am – 7pm. There are three different storylines for your kids to be entertained – Hansel & Gretel, The Dragon Prince and Andy and the Magic Compass. Click here to find out the full schedule.
While the girls are enjoying the story, I took the chance to walk around and checked out what is Playmobil providing this year.
Toy Shop for all the Playmobil fans.
This limited Playmobil set (Egypt – Mysterious Land of the Pharaohs!) is up for auction. If you are interested to own a special limited set and at the same time do charity, do drop by and find out more.
This is where the girls did their sponsored pizza-making event. Pizza-making is at $10 per session with the experienced pastry chef. Each kid will also receive a Free Playmobil figurine.
Recently, the girls have been exposed to baking and cooking, I think they are getting well-prepared to be a good wife and mother when they grow up.
Jayne is totally enjoying herself.
Joey prefers to cover her pizza with pineapples top and bottom, whereas, Jayne prefers to cover everything with cheese.
After 15mins in the oven, viola! The pizzas are ready!
In addition to the pizza-making workshop, we can also try out the Little Hands and Minds arts and crafts session. Kids can try to make buttons, aprons or storybooks. Price is $10 per activity, Islanders get 50% off.
Have a great time at Sentosa Playmobil! We did!