Keeping the kids entertained during LoadShedding is no easy task, especially if you’re not prepared. Loadshedding is here and it looks like it’s going to go on for a while. We can scream, shout, stand on our heads but that’s not going to help us in any way!
It’s not perfect circumstances so all we can do is prepare, especially when you have the tall task of not only explaining to your kids what’s going on but also keeping them happy and entertained when the power is out… especially in the evenings. During the day it’s a lot simpler to just take them outside and play, but in the evening and when it starts to get colder, indoors it will be!
I thought I’d share a few tips that help us get through the times when the lights go out and the TV doesn’t switch on!
School’s out for a couple of weeks and you’re probably thinking how on earth you’re going to keep the kids entertained this holiday?
I’m here to help – I’ve scouted around and made a little kiddies entertainment gig guide for the March holidays.
The time has come!
School is out and you’re probably wondering how on earth are you going to keep the kids entertained for over a month.
Don’t despair – I’ve made a list of all the places which have lots in store for your kids – and there’s something to suit every age group:
When an invitation from Bugz Playpark popped up in my mailbox, I was super excited! We’ve never been to the Park before, so it would be a first for all of us…
Alyssa and Aidan had been invited to a friend’s party there earlier this year, but due to illness we couldn’t attend – so the invitation from Bugz was most welcome.
Prior to our visit, I always had the perception that Bugz was more of a party venue rather than a place to just go and spend the day to play, but we were pleasantly surprised.
I also had the idea that the Park catered more for older kids, but I was really so wrong! There is really something for all ages.