Soft and light, buttery brioche is a classic French bread. This one is golden and rich, with fruity conserve and a pinch of sea salt. Delicious and easy to pull apart, it's best enjoyed with extra conserve, crème fraîche and friends.
The National Young Writers’ Awards are now open and world renowned best-selling children’s author David Walliams has been named judge for 2018.
With the My Fairy Garden range, children can imagine, create, nurture and grow their own fairy garden. My Fairy Garden encourages interaction with nature through play. Harriet adored hers.
A specially adapted production of Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale is running at the National Theatre until 28 February. Anne Coates reviews.
Arts and crafts are not just for fun, and there are a lot of ways in which regular sessions of art can help to develop skills and personality traits that help children through school and later life writes Charlotte Baldwin, Operations Manager at IQ Cards.
The first tiles on the Natural History Museum Sticker Art series are now available, published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
Royal Academy of Dance has some great events coming up in July, 2017 for kids keen on dance.
As seen on the Netflix original show, the Project Mc2 girls are back with brand new experiments! You can create your own Gummies with Adrienne Attoms, design amazing tie-dye with Camryn Coyle and create glitter tattoos with Ember Evergreen. Harriet and Anne Coates review tie dyeing with Camryn Coyle.
Parenting Without Tears has teamed up with the organisers of the Henley Festival to offer readers the chance of winning a family ticket to Family Sunday on 9 July, 2017.
A Rose Theatre Kingston and Curve Leicester co-production of Roald Dahl's The Twits is fantastic, according to Olivia and Harriet Coates.
Sadler’s Wells’ annual two-day festival of family-friendly events, returns on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 April 2017. Family Weekend takes over the building, offering something for all ages with fun activities, arts & crafts and workshops complementing the show on the Sadler’s Wells stage: Aracaladanza’s Vuelos.
What does it take to be happy? Especially during a dreary January? We discover the secrets from those happiest of beings – Trolls (via co-director of the film, Walt Dohrn).