KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso attended a Tasting Australia session, led by Africola’s chef, and learned how to tackle kids’ sighs when confronted with greens.
KID FRIENDLY REVIEW: Cue the confetti canon, this latest tour from The Wiggles, is bright, joyful and as sweet and wholesome as a big bowl of fruit salad. With ice cream on top! KIDDO’s own Alexis Teasdale checked out the show with her mini and has given us the scoop!
KID FRIENDLY REIVEW – Cluey Learning Online Tutoring: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso put her primary school-aged son in the hotseat for some online, face-to-face tutoring with Cluey Learning
KID FRIENDLY REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso checks out Windmill Theatre Co’s hilarious, rocking musical extravaganza, Hiccup!, aimed at littlies aged four to eight.
KID-FRIENDLY REVIEW: Get an ‘access all areas’ pass to Adelaide Oval on a stadium tour these school hols – just like KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso did.
PARENT-FRIENDLY REVIEW: Inspired by the circus acts at the Adelaide Fringe, KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso tried a circus class with other mums. She may yet run away to the Big Top.
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: We were taken to the colourful depths of the ocean and the opulence of the Royal Palace in the South Australian Children’s Ballet Company’s Adelaide Fringe performance of The Little Mermaid… and Children’s Ballet has never been brighter!
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Caitlin Robinson took her bubba along to a Fringe show made especially for babies, the aptly named Bubba-Licious, and it ticked all the boxes for ‘baby’s first Fringe’!
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: “Okay, word nerds, hold onto your alphabets!” KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso checks out a fun kids’ show, which the presenters sum up as “basically, big words and explosions”.
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso got back in touch with her inner disco diva at this musical extravaganza, headlined by Paulini and Timomatic.
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso went on an epic adventure, involving new – and old – computer games and Nerf gun battles at the ‘threequel’ of kids’ entertainer Matty Grey’s show.
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso was pleased to discover that there were no swinging watches or people dancing like chickens at Matt Hale’s live hypnosis show. Instead, she found a party vibe.
ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso booked a babysitter and headed out on the town to see NT comedian Amy Hetherington in her comedy show about trying to make a baby! She gives us her review on how many LOLs to expect from the show!
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: Resident KIDDO reviewer, Carla Caruso, went to see Best of Kids Fringe and she’s given us the run down on what the show was like and what you and your kiddos can expect!
REVIEW: 36ers School Holiday Basketball Camp. We have a small human here at KIDDO HQ who lives and breathes basketball so when the opportunity came up to attend a 36ers School Holiday Training Camp it was a no brainer, she was ready to play ball!
The team at KIDDO were recently challenged to take part in the Studio Pilates 30 Day Challenge. 30 days to work hard, get strong and tone up right before the summer months? Well, that’s a no brainer…of course we were keen!
50 minutes from Adelaide on the Southern Expressway, Fleurieu Cherries have up to 20 different cherry varieties available including both sweet and sour cherries – most varieties are available to pick if you have the time to find them – so head there and make a day of it!
The KIDDO team booked into Blue Lagoon Float & Spa for their specialty floatation therapy treatment. While we were there, we were also treated to a relaxation massage, a cryotherapy session and some time in the salt therapy room – here’s the run down of what each treatment was like!
Love Your Brain is the first children’s picture book from child behaviour expert Chrissie Davies, focusing on the importance of looking after and understanding our unique brains, and empowering parents to talk to their children about emotions and behaviours and taking care of our brains.
Based on the much-loved picture book character created by Ted Prior, much-loved Aussie icon, Grug, is brought to life in a magical stage production from Windmill that is perfect for our youngest theatre lovers. We went to the premiere and this is what we thought!