A lengthier recession awaits if we don't take drastic measures to save the economy in a Covid-19 world, writes Mbhazima Shilowa.
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It took father and writer Evan Osnos two days to unlock an Android device his toddler son had mistakenly locked until the year 2067. Don't be like Evan, learn how to fix these kinds of problems now.
Advent calendars are big around Christmas time and the kids absolutely love 'em. But they can also be very expensive. So why not make your own? Everyone wins.
If toilet Olympics were a thing, I think Japan just took home the gold.
The easiest, and often simplest, way to explain particular scientific concepts to kids is to show them an experiment. So we put together one explaining density by creating a seascape... in a jar!
From the half-dozen eggs you’ve got in the fridge to the many blocks that make up a whole slab of chocolate, use these things you've already got at home to introduce your child to the basics of fractions.
We've put together a DIY showing the kids how to make quick and easy bookmarks they can make from things you've most probably already got lying around in the house. Scroll down for the video and a few handy tips and tricks.
All you need is contact paper, masking tape, and a whole lot of imagination for these easy play stations.
We're sure the kids have done just about everything there is to occupy themselves after their homework's complete in the week and they've watched all the movies on TV over the weekends. But have they tried fluid painting?
A quick video on how to make themed packets of popcorn by combining different sweets and treats. Yum!
Help your child to make these mini DIY gifts for all their friends. All you need are sweeties, matchboxes and our Parent24 printables.
We transformed every child's favourite snack into the quickest and easiest treat you can make for Valentine's Day.
Oreo pops with a Christmas twist.
A whole lot of glue, silver glitter and eyeballs! Here's how to make (safe, borax-free) monster slime with your little one this Halloween.
From evaporation to condensation, and finally, precipitation – here's a simple and fun experiment to try this weekend, to help you explain how clouds make rain to your little ones.
Here’s a throwback for you: Remember this paper fortune teller game? What did you call it? And are the kids still playing it? If not, let them watch this video. They too should experience the joy of anxiously awaiting the answer to the questions, ‘What does my future hold?’ and ‘Does Billy really like me?’.
We've rounded up a list of fun and exciting things for your toddlers to do this weekend.
For International Pizza Party Day on Friday (yes, it's a thing), check out this video with pizza hacks to make delicious snacks in just a few minutes.
We thought we'd put together a little video for you of a fun Easter surprise you can prepare for your kids.
Planning to save for the matric dance, the school history tour or the latest gadget? Well, we’ve got an easy savings plan for you as well as a DIY shadow money box to store all your funds.
How to make refreshing ice lollies at home using fruit, sweets and a whole lot of lemonade.
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