Activities for Under 5s
To celebrate the launch of Disney’s brand new animated feature, Winnie the Pooh, we’ve got a great Pooh-inspired activity for your family to enjoy over the Easter break. Your children can make their very own Winnie the Pooh egg baskets – all you need is some printer-friendly card, scissors, and a bit of glue. If [...]
The perfect combination of rich chocolate, crunchy cereal and puffley cuteness, these yummy no-bake Easter treats are a great excuse to get creative in the kitchen with your little ones. If your kids are Club Penguin fans, they’ll probably want to make mini versions of the Puffles they’ve adopted in their virtual snowcapped world, so [...]
So it was Mother’s Day. Somewhere in those two little words is a clue as to what sort of day that might be ie: all about the mother. A day where one might choose a spa or a lunch with friends or a bit of family time then a nice long relaxing bath. You get [...]
Baby Sensory provides hundreds of sensory development activities that are great fun for parents and babies to share in the vital first year. The classes include fibre optic light shows, bubbles, bells, musical fun, baby signing, puppet shows, amazing light balls and so much more.
I wholeheartedly believe that a bit of dirt under the fingernails of a three year old is a very Good Thing. So long as it has got there through getting their hands deep down in the earth in the name of gardening, rather than just not washing their hands, which is a bit gross. Personally I [...]
With a princess-obsessed preschooler and a little boy who just can’t get enough of the “Hot Dog” song, it’s no wonder that our forthcoming visit to see Disney On Ice is the most exciting event since, well, forever. Tickets are selling out quickly, and this is one show you won’t want to miss. [button link=http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Disney-On-Ice-Disneyland-Adventure-tickets/artist/33196]Buy [...]