Create your own competition at home by making cupcakes and giving your kids one to decorate. It’s a great idea for a weekend when you’re looking for something to do. Once each child has decorated their cupcake, be the judge and hand out different certificates for awards like ‘best design’, ‘most colourful’ and ‘yummiest looking’, so that each child gets recognition. They’ll love all being winners when you hand out fun stickers too.
Sunday 30th August is officially Children’s day at Notting Hill Carnival in London. Go and watch the dancers and performers show off their extravagant costumes and spin, twirl and jump to the Caribbean rythmns. It lasts from 10am- 8:30pm, so here’s how you can enjoy the day with the little ones to the fullest.
And before you can count to 3, it’s already Bank Holiday again! If the panicking has already started, check out our top 5 things to do with your kids this Bank Holiday. Make the most of your time off with these fun events around the country, and remember to have some family time too.
Regatta knows that the walk to and from school can be stressful for parents, so they’ve put together an Adventure Guide and we love it! Start walking to school with your kids now that the sun’s out – it will make for a great start to the day.
No sooner is Christmas over, than half term begins. Although the little ones might have got the latest toys, there’s a multitude of ways – and things to do – to survive the half term. We give you a few ideas to help relieve the pressure of making this the best half term yet…