Our ancient ancestors were familiar with nature, the environment, the elements and walking barefoot.
Here a 5 fun ways to cut down on the sugar this easter and avoid some of the highs and lows that come with chocolate consumption this Easter
Happy Presidents’ Day! Today it is a time to honor all those who have held the highest political office in the United States, past and present. It’s also a great time to teach your child about history and some of the nation’s greatest leaders!Start with taking a virtual tour of...
Valentine's Gifts are NEVER about the item or product. That can teach all the wrong lessons about love. Make this about the heart to heart expressions that build intimacy and connection. That means; handmade cards, extra loving time together, or back rubs; not purchased gifts.
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Māori Language Weekis a week for all New Zealanders to recognise Maori as an official language in New Zealand. While learning the language is not compulsory, Te Reo is a special part of our kiwi identity.
Eating vegies and fruit every day makes for a healthy childhood, as well as setting in place lifelong healthy eating habits. But try telling that to a little one who won’t eat their vegies! So how can you encourage kids to eat enough vegies and fruit each day?
Young children learn by imagining and doing. Have you ever watched your child pick up a stone and pretend it is a zooming car, or hop a Lego across the table as if it were a person or a bunny? Your child is using an object to represent something else...
Furthermore research from the American Academy of Paediatrics suggest that children should spend at least 60 minutes of open ended play per day (not including physical activity).
Recently we had a customer reach out to us in regards to a Stuff.co.nz article she had come across.