Young children naturally want to learn. They constantly ask ‘why?’ because they are trying to understand the world. Reading books, watching TV programs and talking to your children about the fascinating world we live in can spark intrigue. Fostering an inquisitive nature in your child from a young age can...
If you have a little someone in your house who knows the names of dozens, if not hundreds of dinosaurs… T-Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Dimetrodon even the awesome Parasaurolophus, then it’s likely you have a dino-maniac on your hands! To encourage their interests (and enjoy a great family day out), we’ve curated an Australia-wide collection of the best places to get up close and personal with skeletons, fossils and models of these prehistoric giants — covering local museums, zoos and even dino dig sites too!
It seems kids have been ‘having a ball’ for a very long time. And is it any wonder? Balls can be used in so many different ways and provide loads of developmental opportunities for children, in addition to being heaps of fun. We've rounded up (pun intended) the multiple benefits across many areas of development for kids incase you needed any convincing to get out and have a ball.
Arguably the most beloved bug on the planet, the butterfly has captivated children and inspired artists and writers since the beginning of time. With their beautiful colours, intricate pattens and delightful, fluttering flight they inspire happiness and delight. But there’s more to these ‘flying flowers' than just good looks! We’ve rummaged through the far corners of the internet to collect these cool butterfly facts.