Martial Arts aren’t just about fighting. They can help children develop new skills, qualities, and habits that will last a lifetime. Not only that, but your children will have a great time taking part too. Emily Roberts explores the options.
Waterstones Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell and the best-selling author illustrator of the How to Train Your Dragon and Wizards of Once series, has today announced a week of ‘Summer Camp’ activity celebrating children’s innate creativity and showcasing the enormous wealth of talent across the UK.
During lockdown we've all been exploring ways to socialise and keep entertained and so many have organised games and quizzes online. Anne Coates tried out the Whodunnit Murder Mystery games offered by MacMillan Cancer Support to raise funds for this excellent charity.
Little Cooks Co is a monthly subscription based recipe kit that’s posted through the letterbox, direct to kids, in a neat 100 per cent recyclable box with compostable packaging. The box is packed with all the natural and healthy dry ingredients of that month’s delicious and nutritious recipe for kids to bake in the home. Harriet Coates baked Sunny Lemon Biscuits.
Without intervention, many animals are being left without the food they rely on. So as lockdown eases and more trips to the park are allowed we can return to a favourite pastime of feeding the ducks on our ponds and waterways.
At a time where social distancing is prevalent, schools are closed and children are stuck at home all day following government advice, boredom can set in and it can be difficult for parents to constantly think of new play ideas for children. This is where the Make Time 2 Play campaign comes in handy.