Having your kids help out in the kitchen can be a brilliant way to bond with the brood, and boost their interest in good food—it’s also a brilliant way to make an insane amount of mess. Here’s three top tips to help teach your young ones the art of clean-up along with the culinary skills.
‘Me Time’ may be an abstract concept reserved only for the era before parenthood, but there might just be a way you can trick your kids into gifting you some R & R—with a back rub thrown in, too.
In case you’re not quite down with the latest hashtag on Instagram, no, a ‘baby sprinkle’ has nothing to do with decorating miniature baked goods–although it might be just as cutesy…if that’s your thing.
Officially and irreverently referred to as “Unicorn Poop Slime”—this perfectly silly and spectacular slime recipe is sure to kick (or hoof?) all other play slime concoctions to the kerb; throw together just a handful of ingredients, and prepare for rainbows, kittens, and magic…or something like that.
Raised salt painting is a fascinating project for young ones—and older ones (yes, Mum!), too. It’s also ridiculously simple and easy on the pocket; but the results are spectacular and can inspire a thread of creative ideas. What’s more, salt painting also acts as a mini-science experiment, teaching kids about absorption. Plus, you can substitute paint brushes with eye droppers, to help little hands hone those all-important fine motor skills…