How to get creative with your kids in Cape Town

There’s nothing quite like a child’s imagination, and you can harness that creativity in so many ways. It’s all about coming up with new activities for them to try and giving them the opportunity to explore different things. The more you do with them the more they learn.

There are a lot of fun ways to get creative with your kids at home and out in Cape Town and the surrounds if you don’t want the mess at home! (Scroll down for a list of fun, creative workshops and classes that you and your children can attend together).

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Teaching your kids to call for help

Do your children know what to do in the event of an emergency? Do they know how to call for help?

When my eldest son was four he went to visit a fire station with his class and I was struck by how impressed he was with it all. Of course little boys would be in awe of such an event. But I was even more impressed when he told me how the fireman had told him what the emergency numbers were.  But at the same time realized how I’d omitted to teach him that myself. I probably thought he wasn’t old enough to absorb that information – but he clearly was! So how do you go about teaching your child about emergency situations?

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5 Mother’s Day rip-offs

Mother’s Day comes around once a year and every year we’re forced into the commercialized hype of of it all. Why? It’s because we’re pressurized by the media, bloggers, advertisers and retail stores to splash out on moms.

Don’t get me wrong, moms do deserve a good spoil, but the last thing she’d want (I’m sure) is for her kids to be ripped off. Here’s how you can ensure that you don’t get pushed into paying more than what you should:

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