With Christmas just around the corner now is the perfect time to introduce you to POP the PIG! We had so much fun taking this game for a test-drive!
Who doesn’t love a good book? Curling up in a comfy quiet spot all snuggled in with your favourite book! Sounds like heaven right?!
I’m trying to remember what that was like – insert high-energy toddler and very little down time but it’s a great past-time I’m hoping to reacquaint myself with soon hopefully.
So while I’m dreaming of that comfortable reading corner, here is a great selection of book-related goodies perfect for that book loving person in your life.
Looking for a little activity to keep the kids busy this Melbourne Cup season. Well we have whipped up the perfect colouring sheet printable just for you.
Are you ready for the race that stops a nation?
Just follow the link below, open up our PDF printable and start colouring in!
Hope you enjoy our kids colouring in sheet- hopefully it keeps the kids entertained while you watch the big race.
Halloween is only days away. The time for pumpkin carving, crazy and scary costumes, and horror movies means one big thing for kids: LOTS of candy! Most children will hit the sidewalks with parents or friends to go door-to-door in the quest for the heaviest bag of sweet loot. But while Halloween is typically good fun and sweet treats, All Hallows’ Eve isn’t always the safest for kids.
While ghouls and ghosts aren’t necessarily out for fright on this scary night, the fear of stranger danger, accidents and safely navigating the dark night are very real concerns. To keep your kids safe this Halloween, be proactive in getting them ready to safely handle this fun and spooky night of costumes and candy.
In my search to find a fun way to decorate my two big pumpkins I have sitting in the kitchen waiting patiently for me, I discovered so many great non-traditional pumpkin decoration ideas that I just had to share some with you. Lots of fun coloured paints, glitter, sequins, sparkles and some lovely marbled effects.