How to enjoy the last days of the holidays
SOME really cool movies, Planet 51, Where the Wild
Things Are and Velveteen Rabbit have popped up just in time for a final fling at the cinema before it’s back to school on Wednesday…
Otherwise, you could turn to Lisl Barry and her family’s 52 Ways to Grow Creative
Children (Jacana) for fabulous ideas on how to keep busy, make beautiful things, learn magical tricks and experiment in the kitchen making yummy, healthy treats for your playmates.
Guiding the way into a fantasy world of pure pleasure, the two gorgeous Barry girls, Jade and Kai, and their friends show just how easy it is to have fun – no matter where you live, how much money your parents have, whether there is rain or shine – as long as you have a little outside space.
The book is cleverly organised into the four seasons, has an index and simple diagrams.
Most importantly, Lisl is very serious about passing on the message to teach kids to “tread lightly on the earth”.
“For the sake of our children’s future we can surely all do something which would improve our use of and approach to the earth.
MAKE A SANDPIT CREATE BODY PORTRAITS
SPIN A WEB