With the Winter school holidays fully in swing, the kids are surely enjoying a break from the early morning wake-ups. Alyssa and Aidan sure are!
This weekend we paid a visit to the Cape Town Science Centre in Observatory, for a day of discovery!
The Cape Town Science Centre is currently celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table by hosting a jam-packed Winter Holiday programme which includes daily hands-on workshops, busking, demonstrations, Camera Obscura Tour, Science Shows and so much more.
School’s out and you’re probably thinking how on earth you’re going to keep the kids entertained for 3 whole weeks!
Don’t despair, I’ve got you covered.
If you’re staying in Cape Town for this school holiday, here’s a list of fun things to do with your kids!
It’s that time of year again.
Cape Town’s largest décor, design and lifestyle exhibition is coming to Town, with leading influencers displaying their take on this year’s theme – Designing for Africa – feels like home.
Decorex Cape Town, will be taking place at Cape Town International Convention Centre from 1 to 5 May 2019 and is set to shine a spotlight on the unmatched local talent through a full feature programme, proving exactly why this city is considered the design capital of South Africa.
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!