KID-FRIENDLY REVIEW: Looking for a school holiday activity that’s chock-a-block full of fun? We took a test run of the Bricks4Kidz school holiday workshops where kids learn, build and play with Lego ALL DAY long. We’ve got the low down on what your kiddos can expect. Spoiler alert, they’re gonna wanna (Le)GO!
Adapted from the multi-award winning book by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton Andy Griffiths’ & Terry Denton’s best-selling book comes to life on stage in Adelaide for children 6-12 and their adults!
Marvel at a fragment of Mars which fell to earth in Egypt in 1911, be amazed at the size of giant sloth bones that were found in Argentina in 1787 and gaze at a Venus’ Flower Basket, an exquisite glass sponge found in the deep waters of the Pacific Ocean… these are just some of the objects on display as the SA Museum celebrates 165 years!
NEW GLENSIDE PLAYGROUND: Adelaide’s leafy inner east is set to be home to a new community park in coming months, with construction of the new mega park and playground in Glenside’s Cedar Wood nearing completion.
In the lead up to World Environment Day, June 5 2021, at KIDDO we think we should always be educating ourselves on what we can do to help protect our environment. Not sure where to start?The team at Bin Shift have given us a few ideas about how you can take action!
In ONE SHOW ONLY, DJ Monski Mouse will perform her retro-fabulous music and dance event for parents/carers and children under 5 over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in Adelaide, on Sunday 13 June, at the Norwood Concert Hall!
At KIDDO we have a big crew of little people who love the great outdoors, so we know all about the importance of getting them out enjoying the wide world around them, and what incredible benefits come from this type of exploration.
ARE YOU A MAMA OR MAMA-TO-BE? DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WITH A CUTE BUMP OR BUB? Then join Adelaide’s sweetest and most stylish Boutique Baby Fair for their Winter Edition at The Market Shed on Holland St next Sunday, June 13th, 10am to 3pm!
Pull on your mittens and beanies folks, the Alpine Winter Festival is heading to the Bay this year just in time to celebrate all things ice and snow! Returning bigger and better than ever, the Village which saw former homes in Victoria Square and the Adelaide Riverbank will offer a super chill line up of arts, food, music and skating in its alpine wonderland at Glenelg this winter.
The Adelaide Film Festival has launched AFF Youth, South Australia’s premier program dedicated to directly engaging South Australian students with the creative industries as viewers, makers, and learners.
Accessible National Parks and trails in Adelaide | There are always so many things to think about when planning an outdoor adventure with kiddos, and for many families accessibility might be an additional factor to consider. If you’re looking for a national park to visit with your crew, know-before-you-go by getting familiar with the Adelaide parks that have accessible features.
The goal of the Mindful Mothers’ Group held at Once & Again cafe is to provide a space to build a tribe of like minded women that can support each other. Pregnancy can be overwhelming and these facilitated sessions aim to provide evidence based and self-care practice to help you navigate this journey and stage of your life.
We’re in party mode here at KIDDO so we asked our favourite tinsel maven and artist Rachel Burke to show us how she makes her colourful DIY party hats. They’re fun and easy to create, making them the ultimate activity for your child’s next birthday party – and great props for pictures!
Blending old-school whimsy with state-of-the-art technology, ZOOOM is an enchanting story of a child in her bedroom, unable to sleep and curious to understand. Adelaide actress Temeka Lawlor, who plays the main character, tells us more about the show.
Storytelling, projections, music and puppetry will combine in an uncanny tale about the digital age when DreamBIG Children’s Festival presents Tröll later this month. We caught up with director Hannah Smith and writer/performer Ralph McCubbin Howell from New Zealand’s Trick of the Light Theatre to find out more.
Whether it’s picking your sport and creating your own team full of mini birthday ballers, or partying like animals with a whole zoo full of kid-sized creatures – your little people will love these child friendly birthday party themes and activities (and, just quietly, the big people probably will too)!
WHAT’S ON | JUNE LONG WEEKEND ADELAIDE 2021: Another long weekend is upon is and if you’re anything like us you’ll be in a mad, last minute scramble to find something fun to do over the June long weekend in Adelaide with the kids. Well you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got your guide to what’s on this June long weekend in Adelaide, complete with fun things to do for kids and families, and a few events on the calendar if you’d like a night out without the tots in tow, too!
Adelaide is about to come alive with a smorgasbord of fun activities and performances when DreamBIG Children’s Festival presents the Big Family Weekend from May 22-23. Families are invited to explore more than 50 events – from paid performances to free workshops and exhibitions, and everything in between! To help you make the most of it, here’s our step-by-step guide to the Big Family Weekend.
Even the youngest of audiences can grow their love for the arts at DreamBIG Children’s Festival 2021. The family program is out now, and we had a look through to find the top three shows for under 3s – everything from an interactive dance performance to a live performance of classical music.
Presented as part of Adelaide Festival Centre’s DreamBIG Children’s Festival, Creation Creation sees artists Jonathon Oxlade and Fleur Elise Noble build, battle and brawl their way through a series of seemingly unanswerable questions using whatever means they have at their disposal. We caught up with documentary theatre maker and Creation Creation Co-Creator Roslyn Oades to find out more about the show before it hits the stage from May 19.