Is it just me or are our kids getting smarter at a younger age? My darling daughter (who’s nearly 18 months old) already knows something will happen if she pushes the button on my iPhone or iPad. Better yet, she’s also worked out how to swipe between pages and images. But the real icing on the cake is watching her take a photo and giggling as she holds the button down to take multiple frames. In turn it creates a multitude of photos in my photo gallery but it also creates a m
What kid doesn’t love playing with slime? Heres a simple recipe to make your own and fill those rainy days – or the days that are just too hot to go outside. There is a few different recipes and methods around, we have used the CSIRO method. Found HERE.
For rainbow slime, you will need extra bowls to mix up the individual colours. You will need · PVA glue · Food colouring · Water · Borax (from supermarkets) · 2 plastic cups · Sealable p
Looking for a simple activity to keep the kids entertained? Try this sensory dough! Easier to make than play dough with a beautiful smooth texture and it smells wonderful too! All you need is corn flour and conditioner. Food colouring and glitter is optional. Simply mix 2 parts corn flour to 1 part conditioner, mix well then knead with your hands the same way you’d make biscuits. Adding a little more flour if the mix is too sticky. It’s as simple as that! Then let the
There’s nothing cuter than when your little one flashes you a toothy grin. But that cute image can often turn to tears and frustration (both yours and theirs) at the sight of a toothbrush. If your toddler turns on their heel and runs at the sight of toothpaste and toothbrush, now’s the time to break the habit. Setting up good teeth cleaning habits now, will help when the time comes for your kids to start brushing their teeth on their own, an achievement that will have you all
Here's another really easy craft activity the whole family can get involved in creating. All you need is an empty egg carton, paint, glue and skewers or pipe cleaners for the stems. Cut the middle of the egg carton as shown in the top left image. This will be the centre of the flower. Then cut out an equal number of 'cup' parts. Paint the individual parts in your desired colours. Once dry, glue the centres (we used split pins to attach them, but this was not necessary).