Kinders and Daycare centres – you’re going to love our brand new cubby range made especially for you! Our quality wooden cubby houses cover everything you want in a piece of play equipment. It’s perfect for imagination play, active play and outside play! We make sure our specially designed, ground level cubbies are safe, perfect for all ages and as FUN as possible! The top reasons to love this cubby include: 1. Safety First – The timbers are sanded well to ensure no splinters for little hands. 2. Highest quality materials– We use Weathertex cladding which is a past “cladding … Read More
There’s no denying it. No matter what Easter means to you, one thing unites us all: CHOCOLATE! Unless, of course, you are Gwyneth Paltrow or the 0.00005% of people on Earth who genuinely do not like chocolate. Yes, it’s a four-day chocolate egg fest full of sugar highs and many, many lows. But, believe it or not, there are activities you can do besides scoffing chocolate on Easter weekend. Here are some outdoor Easter activities to entertain the kids, and even some of the big kids. Minimal equipment is required and for some games all you need are some eggs … Read More
Those cushions on the floor? They’re not cushions. They’re the big leathery bumps on the back of a humongous crocodile, ready to gobble you up if you don’t run across it to get to the other side of the swamp. Your favourite books strewn down the hallway? They’re not books. They’re wobbly stepping stones across a heaving sea of fiery lava – your only way to the safety of your magical golden castle. The skipping ropes you just tripped over? They’re not skipping ropes. They’re boa constrictors guarding the door to the secret jungle kingdom, ready to lunge if you … Read More
Kids love imaginative play. In fact, so do adults. As a responsible adult, I often use my imagination – to pretend I’m lounging beside a pool, reading a book and sipping a cold drink, atop a mountain so high (yet, amazingly, the weather is wonderfully warm) that no one, not even the late Edmund Hillary, could climb to the top and make annoying and perplexing demands of me, such as: “Hey Mum! You pretend you’re Mum and I’ll pretend I’m a cat!” Imaginative play is essential to children’s learning. It’s how they make sense of the world. They learn social, relationship, … Read More
If you’re reading this, you’re probably a parent. So, you know the Christmas drill: Buy copious amounts of $1-$50 toys. Look up gift-wrapping ideas on Pinterest. Think to heck with that. Wrap presents as quickly as possible and get sticky tape stuck in your hair. Throw presents under Christmas tree. Eat Santa’s biscuits and drink his milk (scotch if you’re lucky). Get poked awake by the gremlins darlings at 5am. Watch as they tear open their presents and play with them for a few hours. Spend the next 12 months finding forgotten toys under couches, behind curtains and beneath your foot … Read More
Winter is here, and that means one thing: a three-month snot fest.I’m sorry to be gross, but it’s true. Every school drop-off and pick-up is fraught with danger. Tiny noses ooze everywhere. Hundreds of tiny hands that have wiped said tiny oozing noses come perilously close to touching me and
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