Find lots of useful Christmas tips and fun Christmas activities you can try with your toddler or preschooler this year. From Christmas crafts to Christmas decorations, Christmas birthdays, Christmas presents, must have toys and move.
Need some inspiration for your kids Christmas presents? We take a look at whats popular and on kids must have list for Christmas 2020. Kiwi kids will be feeding flamingos, boogying with sloths, and trying out tongue twisters this year. Animals are a big trend this year, half of the toys on the list are new furry or feathered friends
Kids Christmas stockings or Santa sacks are a simple tradition that date back centuries and are still very popular today, but where do you start when it comes to filling them? Check out these 8 useful tips.
It may be re-assuring for those with new babies to hear that when it comes to your babys first Christmas, expensive gifts are not necessary! Many parents feel the pressure to buy the latest and most costly toys, but with everyone managing tighter budgets these days, parents are looking for cheaper alternatives.
Baking soda clay handprints are a great way to capture the size of your kids hands whilst their still young, and make Christmas decorations too. Made with ingredients youll have in your pantry, these handprint keepsakes are fun and easy to make.
Is your toddler or preschooler a fussy eater? It can be stressful at the best of times trying to find food that theyll eat, but with the Christmas holidays just around the corner you may experience added pressure. However, there are some great ways to support your toddler or preschooler to help avoid some of the flash points that can dampen your Christmas cheer.
These Christmas pizzas are perfect for kids (and adults!) over the Christmas holidays. Make your own Christmas pizzas using homemade or shop bought pizza bases, cut out some Christmas shapes, add your kids favourite toppings and cook. There are no set rules, so be as creative as you like!
Make your own fingerprint Christmas cards this year with the kids. They're fun and simple to do at home, plus friends and family will love the personal touch of your little ones fingerprints. Find out how to make both fingerprint Christmas lights cards and fingerprint Christmas tree cards with these easy instructions.
Have you ever bought a gift for your baby, toddler or preschooler and realised that it was not suited to their age? Are you not sure what to buy for them this Christmas or do you want to buy something that is not only fun, but is also educational? Here are some Christmas gift ideas that will suit your childs age, hold their interest and encourage learning through play.
Be creative and have a go at your own Christmas decorations with the kids. This Popsicle Christmas Tree is easy to make and will look good on your family tree. All you need are ice block sticks, glue and collage materials.
If your kids were born around Christmas time how do you ensure that their birthday party in December or early January isnt overshadowed by the Christmas holidays? Here are 4 ideas on celebrating your kids Christmas birthday during the festive season.
Even babies and kids who are usually good sleepers may find it difficult to get enough sleep or settle during the busy Christmas period. So here are some useful sleep tips for the Christmas holidays to help ensure your baby and kids sleep is not disrupted during this hectic time of year.
Have a go at making your own handprint Christmas wreath with the kids this year. Its a really fun Christmas craft activity from Mud Mates and easy for toddlers and preschoolers to do with a little help from you. Why not make a new one every year and keep a record of the size of their hands and fingerprints as they grow!
Love knitting? Why not make your own mini wool Christmas stockings this year for the tree or mantel piece? These mini stockings are easy to knit and make great Christmas decorations you can bring out year after year.
Is your little one prone to food allergies or food intolerances or do they have a friend who is? At Christmas time with the never-ending series of lunches, dinners and distractions, it can be hard to keep an eye on what toddlers and preschoolers are eating. Check out these helpful tips on foods you might like to avoid.