The emphasis on role-play for young kids isn’t as big as it once was – most likely because of screens, high tech toys and parents working more. But role-playing is such an important part of a child’s emotional and social development, and here are eight reasons why.
Little people have big imaginations and when left to their own devices, with a few simple materials, they can make big leaps and bounds developmentally. Here’s why open-ended play is important for growing kiddos.
An oldie but a goodie, chocolate crackles never disappoint. An awesome weekend activity for kids who want to have a crack at cooking in the kitchen, you need just five ingredients to make this sweet retro treat!
Do you love the look of Smeg fridges in all of their retro, old school glory? Let the kids in on the action with a mini Smeg-inspired play fridge – guaranteed to be one hip, pint-sized kitchen layout!