Over the years the characters and costumes may have gotten more complex but one thing remains - kids love superhero play!
Toddlers are busy developing skills and knowledge and play is a key input into this. There are some toys that have remained popular over the generations - find out why they have endured and how they enhance toddlers learning.
Teaching kids their contact information is important for safety reasons and can be started from around age three or four. It's also great for helping kids understand their place in their community and in the world.
The Anzac spirit has taught us many things; endurance, courage, ingenuity, good humour and mateship. And in these unprecedented times, it’s important we unite together using all of these qualities. See the activities below to get involved this year within our isolation bubbles.
ANZAC Day is when we remember the bravery and selflessness of those who served and died in service to New Zealand. This ANZAC Day, download and print this colouring page for your children to colour and remember.
Inspired by the hit movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, these printable activities are great for engaging kids of all ages – especially the ones who want to live in their Spider-Man suit 24/7.
Art can be an important factor in a child’s development, as it allows them to express themselves better.
Do you think there is a lion in the meadow? Award-winning author Margaret Mahy tells a delightful story of truth and imagination. A classic tale for every child, illustrated charmingly by Jenny Williams. The kids can colour in these lion tails and ears and then dress up in them.
When the kids are sick and really need to rest, boredom can set in quickly! Between the necessary naps, these activities will keep the kids occupied without them leaving their sickbed, and all the while keeping the noise level down and energy levels restrained.