Our first competition has come to a result! The theme was COVID-19 and it was open for any child or teenager between the ages of 4 and 17. We thank … Continue reading Winners 2021
How has 2020 been for you? Do you have a story to tell about this invisible baddie that took over the world, aka coronavirus? This is our first writing competition … Continue reading Children’s & Teens Writing Competition
Sizzling hot is the tragic fire crushing houses upside down. Smoke flies everywhere. Humansand animals suffer to survive. Fire screams nice and loud. Burning, Boiling, Sweating andHot. Their need for … Continue reading Bushfire Through My Heart #2
and why you should watch it WITH your children Mental Health IS NOT being happy all the time. In fact, the pursuit of happiness 24/7 can be quite detrimental to … Continue reading Toy Story Is a Gem for Mental Health
In the business of princesses, Pocahontas is definitely a forgotten gem. You rarely see toys, costumes or birthday parties about her. Why? Probably because she is strong, independent, humorous, spiritual … Continue reading Why you must watch Pocahontas with your children?
The whole world has been spending a lot of time in front of TV during quarantine, so why not make this time useful and an opportunity to learn and connect? … Continue reading Questions to ask children after watching Pocahontas