Posts Tagged ‘Easter’

Free nature workshop at Kew Gardens this Easter Saturday – perfect for keeping the kids happy!

Mar 20 2016

Nina Chakrabarti, illustrator of children’s activity book Hello Nature, will be running two free workshops on Easter Saturday (26th March 2016) at the Victoria Plaza Bookshop, Kew Gardens. Perfect for children aged 6+, these workshops will involve exploring the patterns, colours and sounds you can find in nature. 

This will be a great Springtime activity for the family, is completely free and there is no need to book your place – just turn up at one of the two workshops at 11:30am or 1pm. Nina will also be available to sign copies of her new book, which is all about exploring the exciting natural world around us.

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Agony Aunt Aneliese on DIY Easter

Feb 28 2015

I know I say this almost every month, but April really is one of my favourite months because of a little thing called Chocolate, and also because the whole family gets together and I get to do what I do best: entertain! This month’s questions were all about home improvements, DIY Easter decorations and healthy Easter alternatives.

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Decorating the Easter Table – Crafts to do with your children

Apr 09 2014
Easter Table

Easter Sunday is about more than Easter eggs but if your children are like mine, they have very little interest in anything else! To introduce them to the idea that Easter Sunday is a day of ancient celebration and feasting, why not create something special to decorate the Easter Table? I like to have all my old favourites on display that day and napkin rings made of felt are a pretty addition to a place setting. They are easy to make and easy to personalise – use any scraps of lace, ribbon or buttons that you have stashed away for instant personality and vintage appeal.

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April 2014 Newsletter – Lots of Easter Half Term activities for the family!

Apr 02 2014

Dear London Mums

Spring is in the air and half term holidays at the door. What a great combination!

April is a challenging month for parents. Yes indeed it is in the middle of blooming Spring, a season which is glorious celebration of re-birth but also tiring as our bodies adjust to the weather change.  Plus parents have to cope with finding lots of Easter half term activities and endure either endless organisation of carers or entertain the kids themselves.

For both these issues we have put together practical solutions that hopefully will help you survive and enjoy this Month. Simply check our Easter fun stuff feature filled with ideas to keep kids entertained over Easter half term.

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KEEPING THE KIDS ENTERTAINED THIS EASTER WILL BOOST THE ECONOMY BY £2 BILLION

Mar 27 2013

Parents will be spending on average £306.22 to entertain their children over the Easter school holidays this year. But shockingly, eight out of ten British children don’t know the true meaning of Easter, in fact a quarter of children think Easter is to celebrate the Easter Bunny’s birthday.

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