During school holidays, there is always an array of interesting activities lined up for kids. However, I have always felt that my kids were a bit too young (and disruptive) to participate in such classes. Only after MF turned 4, I started looking out for activities I could send him for, starting recently with Fidgets Island at JEM. And he liked it so much!
When I saw the above activity on Hokey Pokey’s Facebook page, I decided to sign MF up for it. Afterall, Hokey Pokey is one of my favourite indoor playgrounds in Singapore. And the class was just $10 for 3 cupcakes!
Hokey Pokey Cupcake Class
When we entered the party room where the class was held, there were several ingredients layed out on the tables.
There were some samples in the middle of the table, so the kids had an idea what they were going to make.
The little one was too young to join the class, but he took a seat at the corner of the table anyway.
The class started with the staff demonstrating how to make a simple sprinkle cupcake, which she invited the kids to help add on the decorations.
Then the kids proceeded to make their own sprinkle cupcakes.
The cupcake looked so pretty! The sprinkles they used were not the usual boring rainbow sprinkles. These were shaped like ducks and bears – so cute!
Next cupcake! They had to put a dollop of chocolate (all the kids cheered!) cream on the cupcake.
Meantime, the little one was still watching patiently at the side.
Third cupcake, the kids were supposed to make a pink rose!
And after adding some sprinkles, these were the end products!
I thought that was the end of the class, since the poster said 3 cupcakes. But they started distributing a 4th cupcake to the kids!
This time, the kids were asked to choose their own colour and mix it into the cream.
At this point, the little one decided to poop. (Maybe the chocolate cupcake reminded him of the need to do so?) So I went out to do diaper-changing.
By the time I returned, this was what I saw.
So no, I have NO idea what they did with the yellow cream eventually.
The kids were then given nice boxes to bring the cupcakes home with.
The kids also received a goodie bag each!
In my mind I was wondering, ARE THEY MAKING MONEY??? $10!! And I got 4 cupcakes, a buffet of sprinkles, a nice little cupcake box and a goodie bag!
This is why I love Hokey Pokey so much. They don’t make me feel like they are some money-faced company trying to squeeze money out of customers at every opportunity. This class was more like a value-added service for customers, with a nominal fee collected just to cover cost. (I’m not even sure if they could cover cost with kids like MF who didn’t hold back with the sprinkles).
I’m definitely looking forward to future holiday activities by Hokey Pokey!
Admission Fee (Play Rates) for Hokey Pokey
Information on Hokey Pokey
Hokey Pokey has two branches at Millenia Walk and Seletar Mall.
(Millenia Walk) 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk #02-42, Singapore 039596
(Seletar Mall) 33 Sengkang West Avenue #B1-28/29, Singapore 797653
Tel: +65 6884 5385
(Millenia Walk) 10am to 7pm on Sun to Thur / 10am to 9pm on Fri to Sat
(Seletar Mall) 10am to 9pm daily
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