Monthly Archives: July 2015

Science Week – Make a Volcano!

Create your very own homemade eruptions with this volcano experiment! Watch your kids (and adults too) be amazed with this science experiment, which is also a great learning exercise for curious minds to build knowledge. It can be made from ingredients, many of which you are likely to already have at home. Items needed: Flour Salt Cooking […]

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Power Pops Recipe

It’s amazing the difference colour can make in encouraging children to try new foods. This recipe uses vegetable juice as a natural dye and it produces impressively vivid colours. These little beauties are very dense in nutrients with an array of fruits, vegetables, seeds and spices inside. Try freezing them and popping them in your kids lunch […]

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Why you should read to your children..

A story for the ages… “There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is the best of all.” –Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis With the ever evolving technical world of gadgets and gizmos, the competition for a child’s attention is fierce! However, it would seem that nothing can surpass the humble book […]

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