Tag Archives: kids

A cute little gift guide (for kids)

Here are some cute, creative, fun ideas for Xmas gifts, from brands we love. Antipoda.co We adore these stylish kids watches. Sustainable, durable and waterproof, Mini Kyomo watches are designed for adventure and equipped with a shock-resistant Japanese movement and robust mineral glass. They are ethically produced in Italy, using recycled materials!SHOP HERE Banabae Banabae offers retro […]

100 CLASSIC ALBUM ARTWORKS RECREATED BY A SIX-YEAR-OLD

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Interview with Tano Veron: Co-founder of art project Rock at Six Years, a collaboration with his six-year-old niece, Nicolina Lorenza Vachetti What is this project about?  Rock at Six Years is a family art project by me and my niece, Nicolina Lorenza Vachetti. It’s a collection of contemporary abstract album covers redrawn from the perspective […]

Redesigning the learning space

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Imagine a kindergarten where an outdoor courtyard transforms into a giant paddling pool when it rains, or where a rooftop playground can only be accessed by climbing a vertical rope tunnel. Japanese architects Youji no Shiro are taking a creative approach to redesigning and redefining learning spaces for kids. A typical Australian kindergarten is a […]

How to make the perfect popcorn

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WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR POPCORN 1/4 cup coconut oil 2/3 cup popcorn kernels 3 tbsp butter, melted 1 1/2 teaspoons sea salt WHAT YOU NEED TO DO Add the coconut oil and 3 popcorn kernels to a large pot. Cover and cook over medium–high heat until all 3 kernels pop. Remove the kernels. […]

Tips for Dealing with an Anxious Child

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1. Avoid reassurance: Our first instinct is to tell our child that there’s nothing to worry about; meanwhile, their brain is telling them that it’s a life-or-death situation. Saying “don’t worry, it’s going to be okay” simply tells our child that we don’t understand what they’re feeling. Validate their anxiety and then set about solving […]