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This is a wonderful sensory-detective game that is fun for players of all ages. With older kids and adults, you can start introducing weirder ingredients: cinnamon, smoked oysters, wasabi peas, durian, anyone? It goes without saying that you will need to check first if any...

It is said that this game was developed by British prisoners of war during the First World War. This game also has its commercial spin-offs, as with many a game that originated from humble beginnings. It has continued to appeal to the imaginations of generations...

Your guide to the ultimate family movie night (or day) when in lockdown mode. Now we dont want to encourage more screen time - definitely not- but there might be a time you need to change down the adrenaline and try for some quiet time! Here are...

Chicken and corn soup (and crabmeat and corn soup) from the local Chinese restaurant was a childhood staple in our household and is filled with fond memories for me. This popular crowd-pleaser also provides the perfect opportunity to sneak in other hidden treasures and bump up...

In celebration of their 9th anniversary, What To Do With The Kids has taken on the monumental task of selecting the top ten fictional kids of all time from television, movies and books.  Superheroes and wizards are not included since they have extraordinary powers and...

Leanne Torres finds her daughter’s first day of school is a big adventure for them both. If I try really hard, I can just about remember my first day of school. Maybe it’s the photo that triggers my memory – there I am with my big...

Sheree Gleeson reflects on her desire for her children to have the idle hours that are so often at the heart of our most meaningful moments The nature of screens screen them Are my children making memories that count? That’s something I agonise over as I watch...

These traditional biscuits, made from oats and golden syrup, are a wonderful way to commemorate Anzac Day....

Learn how to make this family favourite sweet to enjoy as a treat or to pop into your hot chocolate....