How does one entertain children and visitors on a restricted budget during the school holidays?
Download and print this free printable chart to organise the school holidays.
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Holidays are not the time to stop caring for the environment.
Here's some advice for concerned working parents.
No one's holiday is perfect. We all mess up.
It's a great time to help your kids develop some strengths while having fun connecting and relaxing.
As much as we look forward to spending some quality time with the kids on school holidays, the constant "I'm bored" echo can make even the most patient of parents ready to send the troops back to school.
A bit of school holiday creativity goes a long way towards releasing kids' endless energy. Get their muscles and brains working with these fun activities, with one for every weekday of the holidays.
The beach and parks might be a bit chilly these winter school holidays, but that doesn't mean your kids have to get cabin fever. There's plenty going on around Sydney to keep everyone amused and entertained – including Mum and Dad.
It can a stressful and blissful time for families.
Many parents worry that their kids will spend too much time sitting in front of screens on school holidays. We all know that everyone should be exercising every day, but thinking of fun ways to get kids moving can be a challenge.
From making your own glass paperweight to getting down and dirty in the mud, there's plenty for the kids these holidays.