Kids love a volcano eruption and this is such a fun activity using simple ingredients and perfect if they need a science experiment for a school project. It’s best to keep this one outdoors!
This activity shows kids that appliances and items we use every day are not magic! If they are old, broken and about to get discarded, take them apart and see what is happening behind the scenes. Here’s how to get started.
It’s a science experiment that has delicious results. You don’t need anything fancy, just a few simple ingredients and a couple of ziplock bags.
No one does colour better than Mother Nature. So, why not take advantage of the amazing colour palette on offer and make your own natural dyes. It’s easy to do and you can make some great artwork, dye a t-shirt or even brighten up your boiled eggs!
Also known as aqua sand, this is a fun activity and a bit of science all rolled into one. It’s sand that never gets wet – and as a bonus, it only needs two ingredients!
Growing your own fruit and veggies is a great way to get your kids into gardening; and as a bonus, they are much more likely to eat fruit and vegetables they have grown themselves (often straight from the plant!).
Just because it’s Easter doesn’t mean your kids have to overdose on chocolate and sugar! Here’s a great idea for some Easter fun that can include some chocolate and some non-edible treats!
The next time your child cries ‘I’m boooooooooored!’ try a different approach and leave them to their own devices (but not the electronic kind!).
Try this easy recipe and make massive bubbles with just a few ingredients. It's a low-cost activity (for kids and grown-ups!) for hours of fun.
Here’s a great, fun activity to do with the kids. You only need a couple of ingredients and about half an hour!
Just 3 ingredients for hours of fun! This is a great activity for kids to get stuck in with some gooey ingredients. Making it is just as much fun as playing with it.
This year try making your own Christmas crackers with the kids. This way you can avoid the throwaway plastic gifts which come inside shop bought crackers and have some fun in the process. Here’s how you do it.
Obviously, we don’t get snow at Christmas in WA – but snow scenes are still irresistible. So, in the absence of the real thing, make a snow globe with the kids!
Many families struggle financially at Christmas. So why not organise a shopping trip with your children to buy a gift for a stranger this festive season.
Buy or make some plain cupcakes and try a few of these super simple decorating ideas. After all, on this occasion it’s the decorations that are the important part!
At the end of the day, it’s the camping experience kids often love more than the location, so why not take them camping in their own backyard. There’s no packing, planning or long car journeys – and you have the luxury of bathroom facilities on your doorstep!
This icy dinosaur egg activity is easy to make and lots of fun. It does need some time to freeze though, so plan ahead to avoid disappointment!
It’s hard to believe that something so simple can be so much fun – but it is!
Spring has sprung and it’s a great time to get your sunflower seeds in the ground and introduce your kids to gardening. They will love watching them grow and you could even have a family competition to see which sunflower grows the tallest!
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