After what seems like an eternity, most Malaysians have returned to work today, with most car manufacturers resuming business and production operations within the strict confinements issued by the National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara).

Schools, colleges and higher learning institutions however are still not allowed to open as per our Prime Minister’s announcement last week therefore time is still in abundance for those who might still find colouring to be an interesting activity.

Over the weeks, there have been plenty of it from Nissan, Audi, BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota and now it’s Porsche’s turn to tend to your kids – albeit a little late – to help make their hours stranded at home feel more bearable with arts and crafts, puzzles and more that’s guaranteed to stop your kids from becoming bored at home through the dedicated Porsche 4Kids website.

The interactive activities will not only keep your children entertained but also trains their concentration according to Porsche. Through the dedicated site, children can also learn about all things electro-mobility as well as take virtual tours of the Porsche museum – an activity that should interests the adults too.

“Before, our learning programmes were only limited to physical experiences at exhibitions but the new children’s website now allows us to make them available to everyone online. With the Kids Driving School magazine, parents can also practise correct road traffic behaviour
with their children,” says Porsche Museum and Head of Heritage, Achim Stejskal.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.