Making decorations for the tree should be a happy tradition. Kids love nothing better than creating something special that will
These easy-to-make advent calendars will add to the excitement of Christmas so they know just how close Christmas is! By
Help your little one make these scary glove monsters and cup spiders for Halloween. By Kirsten Davids
This play requires close supervision to ensure your child doesn’t put these substances in his mouth or eyes. Wash hands
With a little recycling, you and your little ones can start a family band. By Kirsten Davids
Help your toddler make these fun crafts. By Noeleen Foster
Whether it’s a sentimental addition to the nursery or a special place to sit in the family room, a giant
Playing with playdough has many benefits for your child’s development, including developing her hand-eye and bilateral coordination. Here’s an easy
This tie is really easy to put together and Dad will wear it with pride. By Kirsten Davids
You don't have to spend a fortune on sensory toys to stimulate your toddler. You can make your own at
With just a few items, create some beautiful Valentine’s crafts with the help of your little ones. By Kirsten Davids
These crafts will allow your young children to express their creativity. Once completed, take them out into the garden and
Save money and make your own cot bumper for baby's nursery. It is super quick and easy, we promise.
On a tight budget? You don’t need expensive gadgets and books to stimulate your baby’s senses. We show you how
Tired of your child’s toys littering your lounge floor? Build this easy toy box in a day, for under R900,
Help your child make Father’s Day even more special with one of these homemade gifts from the heart. By Tammy
Your little one will have hours of fun making these pasta sculptures. By Noeleen Foster
Marianne McDonald shows us how to make a play gym for baby.
Make stylish Christmas stockings for the whole family with this easy step-by-step DIY project. By Noeleen Foster
If you're looking for a stylish but inexpensive play mat for your little one, consider making them yourself. Marianne McDonald
Here’s a fun step-by-step guide to making your own LINDT Bear Christmas crackers.
Keeping the kids busy during a long Christmas lunch requires some effort, but if you do a little forward-planning and
These crafts using ice-cream sticks will hone your little one’s fine-motor skills while she learns about shapes and colours. By
Recycle bottle tops and jar lids to make these pretty flowers. By Noeleen Foster