Birthday cakes are perhaps the centerpiece of any child’s birthday party. From the humble homemade, to the professionally crafted, birthday cakes have become one of the most important features of a birthday. On this article we explore the top 10 tips when your baking your own.Details
When children pretend play they build social skills, language skills and self-control.
Unlike video games imaginative play requires children to invent their own stories. By doing this they are training their brains to transform ideas into words, this improves vocabulary and grammar. They’re also looking outside their own needs and desires.
Children grow up fast. One minute, they’re babies crawling around on the floor, and the next they’re outside the school gates for their first day of school.
So it’s always important to take plenty of pictures for important milestones such as birthdays!Details
A child’s birthday party is meant to be an amazing time for some great memories. But it can be hard to organise and to know what to do – especially for first time party parents!
Our party planners are asked lots of questions all the time. As you can imagine there are so many things involved when throwing a kids party.Details
When your child begins their first day of school, you’ll often hear parents remark ‘where has the time gone?’ or ‘how quickly they grow up!’
You’ll find yourself saying this about your child every first day of school until year 12, and perhaps even into their first day of university. There’s 13 years of school, and each of them seems to be more important than the last.Details
The easiest way to include all the kids in the class is to ask the teacher whether it’s OK for your child to bring in a few cupcakes for the kids in the class to celebrate their birthday. You’ll find that most teachers will agree, and that most kids will feel included in the process.Details