Looking for some fresh ideas to entertain the kids during the school holidays? We have some fun activities for you to do both online and at home.
Virtual basketball clinic
Maddie Garrick has just launched VIRTUAL SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLINICS where she’s offering 3 x different age groups.
If your kids need something to look forward to these school holidays, sign them up for a day with @mgcoaching_au.
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre digital activities
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) have come to the rescue, re-invigorating their popular digital program with a bunch of new offerings to keep the community entertained while at home.
State Library Victoria’s online school holiday program
Dinosaur drawings, animation classes and crafternoons are just a few of the activities on offer in State Library Victoria’s spring school holiday program to help keep kids entertained and learning.
Online: Paint a Pony
Cork & Chroma will host six Paint a Pony sessions between Tuesday 21st September and Saturday 2nd October, both in-studio and live-streamed online via Zoom.
SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium and SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium virtual fun
Check out the fun-filled Virtual Melbourne Aquarium for kids, which features heaps of free ocean-inspired resources including educational worksheets, craft activities and downloadable colouring-in. More details here
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium – The Wild Holiday Hub is the ultimate online destination for parents looking for fun and educational activities to keep the kids entertained during these school holidays. CLICK HERE.
LEGOLAND Holiday Hub
Team up with LEGOLAND these school holidays and bust boredom together! There will be fun and entertaining activities, including live streams, story time, awesome challenges and more, everyday!
Bi-Carb Soda fun for the kids
As well as making tasty treats bi-carb soda can also be used to make lots of fun experiments with the kids while they are stuck at home feeling bored during the holidays.
Break out the LEGO!
We’ve compiled a list below of fun activities for every age group, encouraging the endless imagination and unique ingenuity that kids possess. You can find more by searching #LetsBuildTogether or at LEGO.com.
Write a story!
The ‘Furry Tales Children’s Story Competition’ is calling for writing enthusiasts to write and submit their own unique short story aimed at preschool to junior primary school aged children that helps to educate the community on responsible cat ownership and raise the profile of cats as companion pets.
Some of our favourite activities included: colouring in, rock-art, making artwork from discarded items, drawing cats and learning calligraphy. Other activities included crochet, knitting, cooking and baking. Discover more ideas here.
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