Wagamama – White Rose Shopping Centre

We were invited along to Wagamama at the White Rose Shopping Centre, Leeds, to taste some of their new menu and write about my experience in eating there with a 4 year old!!

The restaurant is open plan and so there are lots of things for the little ones to watch before the food arrives. This, coupled with the free (and fast) Wi-fi throughout the White Rose Centre and the children’s placemat and crayons mean that it shouldn’t be difficult to keep the children entertained before or after eating, which is always a problem!!

 

In terms of the children’s menu, there are no starters on the menu. However, from the adult menu, the pork ribs went down quite well, as they are tangy rather than spicy.

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Pork Ribs in Korean barbecue sauce

We also went for the wok friend greens starter and these were very juicy and refreshing. However, there are a couple of parts which have a soy sauce taste and so you might need to be careful.

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Wok Fried Greens (broccoli and bok choi)

However, the children don’t really need a starter as their main course is HUGE!!! We shared a chicken noodles meal and a cod balls meal between us and we struggled to finish them!

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soba noodles with grilled chicken with carrots, sweetcorn, cucumber and amai sauce

There were no overpowering flavours, which is ideal for a young palette. However, the fish cod meal came with a side of curry sauce, which meant that you could spice it up if you wanted. Also, you could experiment, which is the perfect thing about going to somewhere a bit more adventurous for the little ones.

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Cod cubes in crispy panko breadcrumbs with sticky white rice, sweetcorn, carrots and cucumber

Both meals came with large portions of vegetables and they were fresh, crisp and juicy. However, sweetcorn is very difficult to eat with chopsticks!! The rice was surprisingly a bit easier to eat.

However, the little ones have an advantage as Wagamama’s provide child-friendly chopsticks which can be customised into characters. There are additional points if you find a more creative name than my lame attempts of “Snappy” and “Choppy”!! There is traditional cutlery available as well, both for adults and children!

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Practising with traditional chopsticks!

Somehow we found room for dessert, and I couldn’t get near the children’s ice cream, so it must have been very good! The chocolate layer cake was wonderful – I just wish I had a little bit more room for it!

In terms of other facilities, there are high chairs available and the toilets are individual cubicles. The toilets are decently sized so parent and child can go in together comfortably (major plus for single parents!). We went at 5pm on a Friday and about half of the groups had a child aged under 8. As such, it is somewhere where you can happily take your child and they will have a freshly cooked, healthy meal.

I have to admit that my eyes were opened at how a restaurant famed for its spices could adapt for the younger taste buds. Wagamama did it very well and I’m sure that we would visit again. This is mainly because of the excellent way the staff treat the little ones.


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Scrooge’s Christmas Carol – Rainbow Factory

“Scrooge’s Christmas Carol” is the Rainbow Factory’s third Christmas Show. We have been privileged enough to see all three and the performances have been outstanding each and every year.

Without giving too much away of the story (after all, adults are meant to enjoy it as well as the kids!) why should you choose to see this show over any of the others in the area?

The performance is accessible to all.

The children sit on cushions on the floor and can move and wiggle as much as they like. No need for binoculars or climb a mountain of stairs to get to your seat. You are so close you can touch the actors and have photos taken afterwards.

It is made for children.

The show is “only” 40 minutes long which means younger children can enjoy it wouldn’t being bribed to stay still/quiet and there is childish humour involved.

It is also for adults.

This performance has more quick witted puns than the previous shows and so you will enjoy it as a show in it’s own right.

It is cheap!

Tickets are only £6 each. With money tight at Christmas, it is so much better value than some of the bigger theatres in the region who seem to charge a small fortune for the Christmas pantomime. (parking is free as well!)

The staff and performers are wonderful, genuine people.

Rainbow Factory is almost our second home and without them, Heidi would not have developed as she has done. The Rainbow Factory is a small, local business and they put so much in so it is only right to support them in whatever way possible.

So what about the actual show – Scrooge’s Christmas Carol? Well, as you would expect, it is fast paced, but probably unlike any version of the story you have seen enacted before, with the use of puppets, songs and various other effects (not wanting to spoil the surprise at the end!)

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There is a slightly scary part 10 minutes in with a ghost. However, this quickly forgotten about but something just to bear in mind.

However, the most upsetting part was with about 10 minutes to go, Heidi asked if it was nearly the end, because she didn’t want it to end at all!! Only bribery stopped a minor meltdown!!

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This blog post could best to summarised by Scrooge himself when he said “Christmas is about grabbing as much joy as you possibly can” – and he is correct. As such, one of the best ways of doing that this Christmas is to go and see Scrooge’s Christmas Carol!!

And because you’ve made it so far, here is a sneak peek of the show…

DISCLOSURE: We received 2 tickets for this show, although there was no influence on this post.


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Odeon Luxe Leeds-Bradford

I was invited to the official opening of the Odeon Luxe Leeds-Bradford to watch “Murder on the Orient Express” in absolute luxury. I did keep more than half an eye as to how the venue would be suitable for a family evening out.

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View from the back row

The cinema itself is the first Odeon in England to have the “Luxe” treatment, with reclining seats, extending footrests and tables for each seat. One of the benefits of this is the extra legroom meaning that if little ones (or big ones!) have drunk too much, they can get out without the entire row having to stand up to let them out!

One thing we didn’t realise until the end of the film is that the seat arms move up. As such. it is possible to have a family hug in the spacious seats and still get all cosy!

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Yummy nachos!

The venue is quite isolated in terms of other attractions (there is only a curry house next door). However, there is an excellent snack bar/restaurant on site serving traditional snacks such as nachos, pizzas and hot dogs. Above and below are a few pictures of the food that we were given to sample!

Of course, there are other snacks available including child-focused slushy machines and the cinema favourite, popcorn! I can confirm that it is a challenge to eat a box of popcorn during a film. However. they do taste just as nice the following day!!

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The facilities are top notch, including the toilets, as the venue has been rebuilt. If you’re still at the stage of taking your children to the toilet, there is plenty of space and more importantly, very clean.

All in all, it is really good to see a national brand invest in the region. The venue really raises the bar in terms of what is expected of the cinema experience and is perfect for an evening night out for all the family.

For more information about what’s on and special offers at the Odeon Luxe, go to: http://www.odeon.co.uk/cinemas/leeds_bradford/103/

Full disclosure: I received 2 tickets to the film/event for the purposes of this review. However, no influence has been made as to the content.


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Hotel Chocolat – Children’s Workshop

We were invited to attend the Hotel Chocolat “School of Chocolate”. This is a children’s workshop to show them all about how chocolate is made, why it tastes and looks a certain way, as well as have a lot of fun at the same time!

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Hosted by the fabulously child-friendly Dan and Sam, we were guided upstairs. After a hand-wash (good start!) the children were sat around a table and the adults had their drink orders taken and let Dan and Sam take over!!

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You HAVE to have a hot chocolate at Hotel Chocolat!

The Chocolate

The children were asked about how chocolate was made. I think it’s safe to say that the adults learnt just as much as the children! Then the taste testing began, with buttons of various kinds of chocolate being passed around. With Hotel Chocolat being Hotel Chocolat, all of the chocolate was amazing (adults were jealously looking on at this point!)

After half an hour, the sugar was really kicking in and the children were led downstairs to look at the conch (who knew!) and how the beans were cooked and then the chocolate made. Then, they were up close watching how the tempering process took place. However,the children were genuinely scared that the mix was about to be thrown onto a marble table top!!

The tempering process can be seen below.

It is best if you follow your child down for this bit because, well, would you leave a child in a sweet shop?!?! Seriously, they are looked after well but the adults get as much out of it as the children!

Going back upstairs, the really hands-on part came, with decorating a slab of chocolate and a chocolate lolly. This is the part where adults get involved a bit, depending on the age of the child, but remember the chocolate is for the children and not the adults!!

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After that, the decorations are put in the fridge and the children get to have a warm drink of salted caramel. The drink wasn’t to my taste, but it went down well with the children! They also got to decorate a box for their chocolate slab.

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After that, it was time to go with our goody bag and into the shop. You get an in-store discount and so it would be rude if you didn’t buy a little something extra!!

Price

As of October 2017, it costs £20 for a place at each workshop. It feels a little steep, you probably get £5 of chocolate to take home, plus a drink and a discount in store. As a result, the course might pay for itself if you are buying Christmas/Easter presents there in bulk!!

Age Range

In terms of age range, they suggest ages 5-12 and that feels about right. The child has to be confident enough in conversation on their own as it is effectively a learning experience. The class size is limited, so it is a special occasion for all concerned.

Talking to Dan and Sam afterwards, they do suggest that it is better to come as a group. This gets a better atmosphere in the session, but if you have a confident child, they will be fine on their own. It did make me think that it could be an ideal birthday party venue. This is especially so if you don’t want to invite too many kids!!

We are extremely lucky to have this in Leeds, as the only other location where Hotel Chocolat is doing this workshop is in London. Fingers crossed it will be a success, and it deserves to be because it is a wonderful one-off experience.

 


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Sneaky Experience – Fairy Tales Kingdom

So we finally managed to get to a “Sneaky Experience” event! Given that the second day of the event is tomorrow, I thought that I would try and do a quick recap, without giving too much away!! (Update: this was in 2017, but the “Sneaky Experience” experience is the same!

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So, the event is in Kirkstall Abbey itself. Therefore, be prepared for uneven ground and narrow walkways (not suitable for double buggies!!!) and so if it is wet,  take a picnic blanket to sit on as there is a bit of sitting down watching performances. While you’re at it, take some food as well!!

So, having never been to a Sneaky Experience event before, I didn’t know what to expect. Essentially there are 10-14 pop-up entertainers throughout the Abbey performing for the whole of the 3 hour session. While it seems a bit chaotic, it tends to be a good idea just to go with the flow. It is all very fast paced anyway, so you don’t have that long for downtime.

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The entertainment ranged from puppet shows, Elsa singalong, Anna fashion show and a big version of Twister.

However, the best entertainment was the 2 person performances of both “Hook and Pan” and “Toad and the Mole”. Whilst they lasted 20 minutes or so each, the audience fully bought into the show. So much so that the children were so excited that they nearly invaded the stage! The children were so loud that I couldn’t speak to the person next to me (who I thought that I knew but wanted to ask!!)

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The fabulous Hook and Pan

The entertainers were all dressed up and in character. If they weren’t doing a performance, then they were more than happy for pictures to be taken with the little ones. This was almost as exciting than the shows for the little ones.

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We lasted 2 ½ hours and I enjoyed a sleeping 4 year old on the way home. There was always something to do because the event was so fast paced. It probably wouldn’t be suitable for those under 3 and above 8 or so. Whilst there were a high proportion of girls, there is nothing gender specific about it. Likewise, while plenty dressed up in princess outfits, there is no obligation or incentive to do so. It might make the event a little more special, that’s all.

There were a few stalls to buy ice cream/drinks, but you are probably best taking your own. The queues were big, and you’d rather be enjoying the entertainment.

Sneaky Experience do all sorts of events and I’ll be sure to check out some of the others in the future as this was of an excellent quality.


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Rainbow Factory – Summer Holiday sessions 2017

With Heidi about to start school in September (boo!), this is the last hurrah of having random time off during the week to do random kiddie stuff. As a result, we went down to one of our favourite places in the world – the Rainbow Factory – for their Summer Holiday sessions, and we went to the Superheroes event.

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Batgirl Photobooth (free)

The events change each week, but the concept is the same for each week. As a result, you could go every week during the school holidays, and have a different experience each time.

The general theme is there is a “warm-up” at 10.45am before the activities start at 11am. Each activity is timetabled for 30 minutes and there is a sequence to the activities so if you have got a clash, you can still do the activities that you want to do.

To get the most out of the day, the best tips are:

Get there for 10.30. It does get busy and you really want to get there for the warm-up

Sign-up to the activities. Once you know what you want to do, sign up to the activities on the sheets provided. They do get filled quickly and so it is a good idea to do that first. However, if you/your child changes their mind, cross off your name so someone else can do the activity!!

Go for the whole day. Even if you just pay for a couple of activities, there are loads of free things to do. Make sure you don’t have to rush off after an hour or so.

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Playing in the Secret Garden (free)

The activities are completely different each week, but we did Super Hero and Super Villain training, Controlling the Weather, Creating explosions (both science related) and Marshmallow target practice (which was just firing marshmallows at targets – very fun!).

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Marshmallow Target Practice!

In reality, we couldn’t have done another activity as the pair of us were tired. However, I think if you had an older child, then they could squeeze another activity in. We did the online VIP pass (£13.75), which made it easier at the reception and meant that you didn’t have to ration the activities. It also guaranteed entry, which is also a reassuring thing because it did get busy.

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Ingredients to make rainclouds

In terms of ages, I wouldn’t want to take a child under 3 to be honest. It would probably be a bit too much for them, and the top end would probably be about 10 years old. There were loads of 6 to 8 year olds, and the activities are best aimed for them.

When people ask me what the Rainbow Factory is, it is very difficult to describe, because everything is totally different. However, it is teaching children through play and structured activities so they become more creative and confident. However, none of this would be possible without the excellent staff there – always happy (at least on the outside!), always willing to help and always wanting to interact on your child’s level. They help the shy children come out of their shell and they interact with the uber- confident children. They are the stars of the show, and they put their heart and soul into every single thing they do for the children and it shows.

The Summer Holiday sessions are running until 1st September during the weekdays. There is a different theme each week, so there is no excuse not to pop down!!


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Mini Princesses – Rainbow Factory

Any regular readers of the blog will realise that we are HUGE Rainbow Factory supporters. We have been slowly working our way through the “We Are Mini” classes. To read about Mini Heroes follow this link and to read about Mini Einsteins (as at May 2017, no longer running) follow this link. This post is about the Mini Princesses class.

** This class is not being run by the Rainbow Factory at the moment **

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The aim of the Mini Princesses classes is to teach the children about how to understand their emotions. Also, to let them use their imagination and generally be better people but being kind and courteous. Just think of it as classes to make them better people both to themselves and others.

While it is called Mini Princesses, in reality, there is nothing gender specific about it. Whilst I have not seen a boy in the class, there is absolutely no reason why boys wouldn’t get as much out of the classes as girls.

So the class is a mixture of movement/dancing, games, crafts and the famous Rainbow Factory story thrown in for good measure. As the class is only an hour long, as you can imagine, the tempo is fast paced. As such, the children are not kept around waiting or stuck doing the same activity.

The classes are probably suited for those between the age of 3 and 8.  Heidi is 3 and for one of the bigger classes, it was good to see her being stretched and challenged by some of the tasks which were aimed at the older children. Any younger than 3 and I feel as though they are not going to cope. This is because they won’t have the concentration or perhaps the ability to understand the concepts being delivered. Because it is aimed at slightly older children, this is perhaps the first class which I have watched from the side rather than take part. This is a very strange feeling indeed!!

A little word about the Fairy Godmother, Emma. As with all of the Rainbow Factory staff, she is always eager to talk to all the children. This involves getting to the child’s height, with so much enthusiasm and always with a smile. As I have said previously, while the classes at the Rainbow Factory are good, it is the staff that make them great.

You may ask why are there no photos. Well, the classes are quite intimate and I felt that taking any would spoil that. Besides, if I took any at the last class, they would just be a blur because Heidi was constantly moving because she was so excited about the class!


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Boomchikkaboom

I realised a few days ago that while I have mentioned Boomchikkaboom a few times on the blog and on Facebook and Twitter. However, I have never done a dedicated post on them…

Well our Boomchikkaboom journey started when Heidi was about 15 months old (it was Baby Rave North back then!) and it was probably the first class that we went to together. I’d seen so many great photos/videos/reviews online and if I’m honest, it did take some courage to go.

My thoughts raced between “should I be exposing my child to a rave?“, “am I cool enough for this?” and “will I be the only single dad there?“. I think it boiled down to the fact that I didn’t have much confidence in myself or my parenting abilities at the time.

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Is this the largest parachute in Leeds?!

Well as time has moved on, I realised that not much can be done about the mum/dad ratio. However, it need not have mattered because as the classes are one-offs, there are no cliques and everyone is there just to enjoy it! Yes, first time was a bit strange, but it certainly beats singing boring nursery rhymes in a village hall. This is 21st century kids entertainment!

Part of me wishes that we would have gone when Heidi was much younger. This is because the light/noise sensory experience must be amazing for a baby and it is so good to see so many attend. If you’re going with a little one, just sit a bit away from the speakers and you’ll be fine. Also, you’ll be away from the “crush” to pop the bubbles from the terrible 2 year olds!. On a serious note, everyone looks out for each other and it is perfectly safe for all ages.

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No-one is safe from the bubbles!

Now that Heidi is almost 4, we have done virtually all the Boomchikkaboom events, from baby rave to family rave to preschool workshops to hip hop history month celebrations to Fathers Days (my treat to me!) although I REFUSE to do messy play!!!! I can’t remember a time when I was disappointed by the class. After each class, I feel alive and invigorated and so I can only imagine how the little ones feel afterwards.

(True story, after our first class, Heidi slept for 3 hours in the middle of the day because the sensory experience was so strong!)

Perhaps the best thing about Boomchikkaboom is the people behind the microphone/scenes. You’re not dealing with a massive brand, you’re dealing with local people. They really care about giving you and your little ones a good time as well as being immensely talented. It does help that they are a bit mad as well!!

I don’t know if Heidi will ever grow out of wanting to go to “big girl baby raves”. However, given the number of glow sticks we have and the fact we’re onto our second disco ball, I’m guessing that I have a little longer to try and get my moves down!

(Hopefully this video will show her excited reaction to being told that we were going to a “big girl baby rave”)


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Ice Cube, Leeds

After hearing that one of Heidi’s friends (who is also 3) went ice skating, I thought that we would give it a go. As such, we went to the pop-up Ice Cube in Millennium Square, Leeds. After all, children are meant to pick up things really quickly…

Sometimes when writing a blog, it is easy to have a sense of escapism and paint a lovely picture of life and days out. This post is likely to re-address the balance somewhat!

She seemed really excited when I asked her if she wanted to go so, booked the tickets and toddled off down to Leeds to see if we could uncover the next Jane Torvill…

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The Ice Cube in Millennium Square, Leeds

Doubts seemed to enter her mind as we saw the ice rink from the outside but maybe it was the lure of the fairground rides. Regardless, we picked up our tickets and went in to get changed. For both of us, it cost £9.50 combined, which didn’t seem like a bad deal at all…

This bit went well. She could stand up on the floor in the skates, they weren’t hurting her (well, she didn’t complain!). Getting the skates was relatively quick and easy as was putting them on. Then, it was skating time…

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Ready!!!

We were are the back of the queue to get on so we saw the eager/good skaters start whizzing round and as we got to the ice, we picked up our penguin (£1 on a first come first served basis), and we were on our way…

However…

The enthusiasm of an hour ago had been replaced by sheer panic! Now, I am not a skater, but I was managing to push her while holding onto the side. We were making slow progress, but her head wasn’t in the right place and there were tears, lots of tears! Confidence just evaporated away and the rink was too busy and too noisy for a 3 year old who wanted to be anywhere else in the world! We weren’t alone in that respect as a fair few children were crying and the adults were struggling to stay upright!

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Perhaps it was the skates…

I managed to get us huddled into the corner of the rink to try and calmed down but I knew the game was over. However, we were stuck! We either had to skate against the tide of fellow hapless skaters or skate all the way round the ice to get to the exit!

After what seemed like a lifetime of waiting, frantic waving and crying, we managed to get a marshal to help us skate against the tide and get off. We left our penguin behind, presumably traumatised by the whole experience!

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Well this is factually correct…

All in all, the actual skating took about 2 minutes, we went probably 10 yards. This was perhaps the first, last and only time we will ever grace the ice. My hopes for a daddy/daughter version of Bolero at the Winter Olympics are now shattered. However, I can say that we have given it a go! Bring on the summer!!!!

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Didn’t quite work out like this…

UPDATE: We did go ice skating again, albeit not at the Ice Cube, which you can read about here.


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Mini Einsteins Update

We have been to  “Mini Einsteins” from the beginning and as the “We are Mini” brand has been launched, I thought that it would be a good idea to do a bit of an Mini Einsteins update. If you want to read a somewhat “serious” experience of our first Mini Einsteins class, you are probably best reading this post (Mini Einsteins – Rainbow Factory)

** This class isn’t being run by the Rainbow Factory at the moment **

However, in a vain attempt to be creative, I thought that I would go all poetic and write about our story so far..

We started in June
going to our favourite science class
We learnt about solids, liquids
and even some gas

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Homemade lava lamp with Alka Seltzer

At first there was just us two,
and a helper with Professor Ellen
We learnt about vegetables, plants
and fruits such as melon

As the group grew,
so did our knowledge
Some of the topics took me
straight back to college

We learnt some long words,
and learnt to predict
We knew that the lesson plans
had been professionally picked

They learnt why things went up
and why things went down
They learnt what would float
and then what would drown

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Taking Mini Einsteins knowledge into nursery

The classes were different
in fact they are unique
I think I’m turning Heidi
into a big science geek!

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Using cabbage juice at home to work out the acidity of items

We have used household items
to blow up balloons
We have used vibrations
to play nifty tunes

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Vinegar and bicarbonate of soda

We have tested our senses,
our taste, hearing and sight
The children were blindfolded
to see if they could still write

Joining the class was one of
the best things we’ve done
So why don’t you come along
and join in the fun!

While the post is slightly “jokey” – the class is seriously, seriously good, especially if you are wanting to challenge your child a bit and get them interested in science and generally learning. On the back of this, we have really explored both the activities and sought out some good science museums.

It is pitched at the right level for a to 5 year olds (there is an older class as well) and last for an hour, which is more than enough! The staff are so friendly and welcoming and you never know, you might learn a thing or two as well!!

To find out more about Mini Einsteins and the rest of the “We are Mini” classes, go to http://www.wearemini.co.uk/  or check out their Facebook page (search for “We are Mini”) or Twitter site (@wearemini). I hope you enjoyed this Mini Einsteins Update!!

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