{Holiday fun} Head on over to Cradlestone Mall to discover the Dinosaurs of The Lost World!

Are you looking for something fun to do with the kids during the long school holidays? Cradlestone Mall, in conjunction with the cinema release of Jurassic World 3, has set up the most incredible collection of prehistoric creatures throughout the mall for your entertainment, and what’s more, the exhibition and activities are totally free of…

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Ster-Kinekor opens a Kids Cinema in Sandton City!

With the reopening of the newly revamped Ster-Kinekor cinemas in Sandton City, came the launch of an entire cinema catering just for kids – what could be better than that? Oli absolutely loves going to the movies, I think he even sees himself as a bit of an aficionado, and he’s thrilled that he can…

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Colour sorting sensory box

During the holiday I decided to do a fun colour sorting sensory box for the kids.  At 5, Oli is obviously a pro and could sort the colours and name the objects, but as for Soph, not so much. She can easily group the colours together,  as well as recognising what the objects are, but she’s still learning…

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Rainbow Rice Sensory Play

I have the most brilliant friend, a trained teacher, who constantly inspires me with the activities she does with her girls.  One of her favourite activities is this gorgeous rainbow rice – a wonderful sensory activity for various ages.  I asked her if she’d share her activity here on Mommalikeme, so here it is!

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Halloween 2017: Costume Inspiration

We celebrated Halloween in our community on Saturday evening. Temperatures that had been averaging on 27 degrees Celsius all week, suddenly dropped to a high of 10 degrees on the day, but the community still came out in full force to enjoy some good food, friends and fun – after all, Halloween only comes once…

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Halloween sensory fun!

We had such fun creating a spooky sensory bin yesterday afternoon – the kids played for ages picking up the various objects out of the coloured water beads according to the ‘can you find it’ instructions I designed for them.

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World Teachers’ Day 2017

Thursday, 5th October, is World Teachers’ Day.  This universal day celebrates those vastly underrated (and often underpaid) individuals who lovingly mould our children’s minds.  To celebrate them, I designed and framed something small to show our appreciation for the wonderful teachers we have in our lives.

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