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Keeping children occupied in the school holidays

Children often complain and die of boredom during the school holidays and keeping them occupied can be a challenge. Here are Kidding’s suggestions for keeping children occupied during school holidays: • Teach or enroll them in a cooking class. Give them the benefits of learning how to cook even the simplest and basic dishes. Developing […]

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Four vegetables to grow with the kids in autumn in your climate

Growing your own vegetables is a wonderful activity to do together with your kids. As they watch your veges grow they’ll be keen to get them on their plates. They’ll learn a lot too, about eating with the seasons, how plant life works, and how much better fresh food tastes. All this will help set […]

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Ten free kid things to do this autumn in Brisbane

As we head into some milder weather get the kids out and about with these events around Brisbane; they are all free! 1. 21st Century Kids Festival This 11-day program celebrates the unique ways we have lived our lives in the first decade of the 21st century. Full of activities for your kids, the program […]

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Summer Activities

After the cold winter chill and the inconsistent spring weather, summer can never come soon enough. For families, it is the perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the outdoor activities the weather would not allow you to do in other seasons. (more…)

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Spring Activities

With spring comes colourful flowers, a cool chill of the outdoors and a hint of sunshine. Spring is the time when kids love to be outdoors, but it can also be a time of allergies from the pollen and freshly cut grass. There are both indoor and outdoor activities children can complete in Spring. (more…)

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Winter Games

As the rain clouds set in and we begin to feel the chill of winter, it makes playing outside a rather difficult task. Sure, we can rug up the children and take them outdoors but with the cold sometimes comes rain and this can put an end to outside play time. (more…)

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