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The Easter bunny will love vegies like radish and carrots (think of all the plants that Peter Rabbit™ would pinch from Mr McGregor’s garden!). It’s easy for kids to start these plants in a small raised garden bed or even their very own pot or trough. So come on... let's get gardening!
We have some fun ideas to get your kids (and students) outdoors to teach them about all walks of life, hone their observation skills by going on an insect safari to uncover the secret lives of bugs.
International Compost Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness of the importance of compost. Here is a super handy guide to start composting at school or kindy, everything you need to know!
The best fundraising ideas are often the simplest. When it comes to raising money for your school, local netball team or favourite charity, it's important to remember that people love joining in and having fun. Whether it's your kinder parents or work colleagues, think about what they may like to do and you will discover many great ideas for fundraising drives that will encourage them to dig deep. Here is a fun and healthy idea to try
What happens when worms are under the ground? Make a mini worm farm and see exactly what happens. Make your predictions and watch as it unfolds before your eyes .Science experiments are all about observing so watch and learn with science.
Gardens and magic go hand in hand. Every time you plant a seed, magic seems to happen. Whilst we’ve never seen them, we’re pretty sure that fairies are somehow involved in this!
One big change has been in fundraising, with many debating the ethics of children selling sugary treats to raise money, in an age of growing childhood obesity. It’s not about replacing one with the other, but finding balance and choice.
We’ve put together the below list of alternative, healthier fundraising options, to inspire your readers, in time for the start of the 2018 school year:
Gardening is a great activity with kids of all ages. We have some helpful tips to consider and share with them before getting grubby so they can always be safe.