Wednesday, 23 August 2017

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A Book My Child Adores: Goodnight Stories For Rebel Girls

  To celebrate Book Week 2017, I’ve asked bloggers to share a book that one of more of their children adores. Kate from The Online Watercooler shares why Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls is so important to her family.  The…

A Book My Child Adores: Thai-Riffic by Oliver Phommavanh

  To celebrate Book Week 2017, I’ve asked bloggers to share a book that one of more of their children adores. Leah from The Kid Bucket List‘s 8 year old daughter’s travelling companion is Thai-Riffic! by Oliver Phommanvanh. Over the…

A Book My Child Adores!: Busting by Aaron Blabey

To celebrate Book Week 2017, I’ve asked bloggers to share a book that one of more of their children adores. Claire from Life on Wallace‘s boys have one that makes them all laugh. “Lou was busting for the loo. But…

Artsplorers Visit: Sculpture at Barangaroo

Sculpture at Barangaroo began last year, and was a welcome addition to the schedule of family friendly annual arts offerings around Sydney. I’ve been a big fan of the new harbourside park since it opened. I think it’s such a…

Monkey Play Playgroup at Monkey Baa Theatre

With most of our regular activities on hiatus for school holidays, this week seemed like the perfect time to catch the bus to the city and spend the morning at Monkey Baa Theatre’s monthly Monkey Play playgroup. (Read more about…

Family Arts Events Sydney

Artsplore Sydney: Family Arts Events, May 2017

The beginning of May is looking a bit quiet (perhaps we’re all still recovering from our Easter chocolate comas!), but you’ll want to start marking dates on your schedule for later in the month!   Drop in and Make: Illustrative…

Artsplorers Visit- Horrible Harriet at the Sydney Opera House

Artsplore Sydney: Family Arts Activities, April 2017

The Easter Bunny may be the main man this April, but with school holidays here, plenty of our local arts organisations are putting out a pretty good showing of their own. Make sure to include some artsploration in your adventures…

Artsplorers Meet: Susie Rugg, Handy With Scissors

I am so excited to share this interview with Susie Rugg, the mastermind behind the brilliant Handy With Scissors blog. Where most of us see filler for the recycling bin, Susie sees quirky, colorful works of art, unlike anything you’ve…