Best in class in the spirit of community projects is this, the little play project. It is a fantastic garden with playground and cafe adjacent to a beautiful nursery (the plant kind) next to a bridge in Diep River. It is tucked away so well that a lot of locals aren’t even aware of it (something that will probably soon change).
You can pop round, let your little ones play in safe surroundings that are truly beautiful, and enjoy a great coffee or sandwich. Then there’s always the nursery, where it’s very easy to leave behind a little money here and there for some pretty plants are quaint trinkets for your garden back home.
A breath of fresh air in this otherwise urban environment :-)
Kids will often be willing to help in the kitchen, but you may be more concerned with the mess they make than the benefits of what they may learn to allow them to participate.
Tots n Pots makes this very easy for you, they allow kids to experience the working of a kitchen and the skills associated with that (such as fine motor development, speech development, perceptual skills, bilateral integration and sequencing skills).
Look out for the Holiday Club specials, there are a lot of themed days and entertainment for the long holidays (for both grown-ups and kids). Lots of fun with mixing, weighing, mashing, pouring and stirring together awesome recipes to enjoy (and replicate later at home).
Once again, we are looking at ways to keep our little ones occupied and stimulated while trying to sneak in a bit of fun for ourselves on the side 😊. Join us as we explore activities for kids in Cape Town this week.