When It’s time for a snack I tend to make either crackers with cheese, toasted homemade sourdough bread cut into fingers with a soft cheese like Brie or Camembert, pretzels, plain pasta or homemade crackers. Any of them are filling and can save you from starving until lunch or dinner time. These corn crackers are soft and sweet while still warm but crunchy and crispy the … [Read more...] about Recipe corner: Corn crackers
Swimming is a fun and exited activity for both children and parents alike. Watching them progress and become more confident in the water will give you real sence of pride. Swimming lessons can be a great start for your children’s learn to swim journey but if it doesn’t have to stop with the lessons. You can encourage your child in the bath, at the local pools or at the … [Read more...] about How can you help encourage your child to swim?
With Christmas coming, it can be hard to keep children away from all the sweet treats. These little biscuits a refine sugar-free shortbread for kids and do the trick in our house! Suitable for babies just getting into finger food and for toddlers and older children as an alternative to sugary treats. For older kids you can serve them with a slice of cheese … [Read more...] about Recipe Corner: Spelt and Maple Stars
Take every opportunity to head outside with your children and have some family fun this summer. For your inspiration here are some things to explore and enjoy together. … [Read more...] about Things to do with your children this summer
Water play is a fun, soothing activity, where children can play and learn alone or with others. All children can take part in water play. Water play can help children to: develop hand–eye coordination learn to lift, pour and control water understand measuring, estimating and volume understand heavy/light, float/sink, full/empty and shallow/deep learn to … [Read more...] about Play idea: Water play – Korikori wai