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Recipes to get kids in the kitchen

Recipes to get kids in the kitchen

Cooking with kids is a fun way to connect and spend time together plus it has so many benefits for their growing bodies and minds – they learn where food comes from, how to safely navigate a kitchen, it encourages picky eaters to interact with new foods, and includes fantastic incidental lessons in English (recipe reading) and maths (measuring), the list goes on. Plus, it’s delicious, which is reason enough! Before you start, it’s a good idea to make sure you have all ingredients ready, and get everyone to wash their hands (and there’s another lesson in hygiene, right there)....

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Eleanor Cullen

Create the ultimate picnic for kids

Create the ultimate picnic for kids

Summer is in full swing and that means it is the perfect time to grab a blanket and a hat, and head to the park for a picnic. We’ve put together a list of five things that will take your picnic from humdrum to huzzah. Set A Theme Teddy Bear’s Picnic, anyone? There is something magical about bringing Ted to the park for a picnic and having a play on the swing with him. Magical memories will be made, especially if you bring an extra plate and cup so he can join in, too. Not in to soft toys? No...

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Eleanor Cullen

Charcoal snackies are here!

Charcoal snackies are here!

New in-store: Snackies and grip cups now available in popular charcoal. These are a limited release only, so once they're gone, they're gone! Shop our range of Charcoal tableware now. For all the monochrome lovers out there.

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Eleanor Cullen

Our products reviewed

Our products reviewed

Got to love a good ol' review. And when it's from the other side of the world - Dutch blogger The Things we Like - it's a massive bonus ❤️"We Might Be Tiny. The name alone. This Australian brand conquered the world with beautiful and responsible stuff to snack, to make ice creams and placemats to mess up! Durable and in cheerful colors." Read more at The Things We Like [turn on Google Translate to read in English].

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