1 LOOK BACK: Asian Youth Games
Today marks the opening ceremony of the inaugural Asian Youth Games (AYG) in 2009.
The ceremony - held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium - saw torch-bearers swimmer Tao Li, shooter Jasmine Ser and bowler Remy Ong light the game's cauldron after a two-day torch relay.
The AYG ran till July 7 and Singapore ranked fourth on the total medal tally. The Republic's athletes bagged nine gold medals, set six national and nine under-17 records, as well as 36 personal best timings.
2 PLAY:Trivia quizzes
Can you name all the countries in the world? What about all the states in America?
Try out these quizzes on trivia website Sporcle, which covers a wide range of topics from geography to history to sports.
Or you can test your language skills with word games, such as picking out words that are commonly misspelled.
3 DISCOVER: Your K-pop playlist
Music streaming service Spotify has expanded its K-pop offerings with 13 new and revamped playlists on its K-pop Hub.
Its Twitter channel (@SpotifyKDaebak) has launched a personality quiz to direct users to a playlist that best suits their character and habits.
These playlists include original soundtracks from popular South Korean dramas to R&B and hip-hop tracks.
4 HONE: Baking skills
Pick up baking tips for picture-perfect sweet treats with recipes from Sally's Baking Addiction (sallysbakingaddiction.com) by self-taught baker and cookbook author Sally McKenney.
Recipes include a detailed write-up, along with suggestions for substitute ingredients, as well as plenty of photos for guidance.
A top tip: Bake muffins at a high of 220 deg C for the first five minutes, as the initial burst of hot air ensures a tall muffin dome.
The Straits Times food editor Tan Hsueh Yun also recommends four other go-to cooking websites to further improve your Covid-19 cooking and baking skills.
5 LEARN: About Singapore's biodiversity
Make your own bee bracelet with National Parks Board's printable worksheets on its website.
It includes other activities such as word search, colouring and mazes - good for kids aged three to six.
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Word search topics include flowers in our garden city such as bougainvillea and hibiscus. Or colour Singapore's national flower, the Vanda Miss Joaquim.
With input from SPH Information Resource Centre