Avoid toy overload with these helpful tips. For instance, Set a rule, that if your child hasn’t played with a toy in say 6-12 months, that it goes to a better home. There’s no value in a house of clutter, and it may help teach your child the value of giving to those less privileged, by donating it to a charity shop – perhaps of their choice.
Still loved by the current generation, here’s a list of five classic toys and books that never go out of fashion. Whether you’re after inspiration for timeless kids gift ideas, grandchildren christmas presents or looking for cool gifts for kids, or just crave a touch of nostalgia, you’ll want to read on.
Toot toot, he’s your lovable friend that you can’t put down. If your child has the Thomas and Friends train set, the pyjamas, the toothbrush, the s...
If there’s one thing it’s crucial to teach the next generation, it’s the importance of caring for our world. At schools, nurseries and homes, it's encouraging to see a focus on reusing and recycling goods, to minimise our global footprint. The good news is that our toddler plates can be recycled or handed down.
That delightful age, somewhere between nursery and school, is an age where little ones certainly know wha they want (and don't want)!
So, when it comes to cool kids presents, where to turn for inspiration? Whether it's Peppa Pig Miss Rabbit or Thomas the Tank Engine, here's some great ideas...
Who doesn't love food art? If it’s true that you eat with your eyes, then there’s a lot we can learn from the food artists nailing it on Instagram right now. Sure to lure in even fussy eaters, food art is a mesmerizing form coming to a toddler plate near you.
Mealtime struggles are familiar with parents everywhere. Some kids are picky eaters, some are fussy eaters, others are easily distracted, and sometimes it’s just about control.
It’s amazing how children love all things automotive, and the simple pleasure of riding on public transport is an event in itself. Bus journeys, tr...
From pretending to be a dinosaur and making a ‘special kids meal for Mummy’, to dressing up as a pirate! Whichever way your child gets involved in imaginative play, it's an important and valuable tool in their childhood development.