We’re not sure quite how we got here… but somehow the first half-term of the year is next week! And if you’re drawing a blank when it comes to plans for February half-term, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! You’re invited to have the best half-term ever with our guide to what’s on and what you can get up to at home.
Cooking with your children might take a bit more time and patience, but it can be so fun and worthwhile! Little Cooks Co is a monthly subscription service, where families can order Baking Kits, Cooking Kits or a Combo of the two! The best bit? The food philosophy of Little Cooks is based around real, healthy food! Their mission is to help empower kids to be happier and healthier. Perfect for kids aged 3-11, these kits offer a great introduction to the kitchen. Find out more here: https://littlecooksco.co.uk/
Watch a film
For something a little closer to home why not take the kids to your local cinema? Big releases such as Sing 2, Clifford The Big Red Dog and Spider-Man: No Way Home will be showing on the big screen through the holidays!
Not up for the cinema? Why not stick on a family-friendly film from Disney+ like Encanto?
Stock up on books
Any avid bookworm will know that you can lose a day to a good book! And reading is so important for children in their early years. So, why not head to the library and pick out a few good ones? Alternatively, order your books online – we completely recommend Books2Door for all your reading material!
… and consider investing in a Toniebox!
Kids not quite at the stage where they can digest a full book alone? The Toniebox is such a great way for children to enjoy their stories. Designed just for kids ages 3 and up, this clever piece of tech allows children to ignite their imagination and immerse themselves in storytelling and audio adventures. Children simply place the Tonie on the Toniebox and the audio starts playing. The controls are designed with little listeners in mind, so kids can easily adjust volume, fast forward, rewind and change stories all on their own. Pick from so many great Tonies including Paw Patrol, Oi Frog, The Gruffalo, Peter Rabbit, Disney’s Moana, and so many more.
See a show
Phillip Pullman’s The Book of Dust has come to the stage (eek!) and it’s making its world premiere at London’s Bridge Theatre (until 26th Feb). Follow two courageous young people who go on the run in order to protect a very special child. Click here to book your tickets.
February also heralds the start of the spring
lambing season, and a great place to enjoy this cuddly side of the great outdoors is at the award-winning Cotswold Farm Park and Cannon Hall Farm.