For children, there is nothing more exhilarating than having an adventure, and imagination is often all they need to get them there. And if you can supplement a child’s flight of imagination with a few key props, even better! That’s where our teepee tents come in. They are an exotic adventure and a personal hiding place (something children often need) all rolled into one.
There aren’t many kids who don’t love a tent or cubby house, their very own space to draw, read, play with their toys, and above all, escape to. We have two styles of teepees that are equally gorgeous, and guaranteed to offer hours of entertainment. Our kids teepee tent features snazzy stripes in red, taupe or pink on a white background. The quality cotton/poly fabric sits over a timber frame, and there’s a nifty velcro fastener for easy access. It’s topped with a cute bell, and comes with a bonus floor mat, and a matching bag for trips away or easy storage. Even better, the classic yet contemporary design will seamlessly blend into any décor. Looking for something a little more exotic? The beautiful Indian inspired teepee features a stunning print in red, blue and gold with feathers and a patterned edge.
You might be tossing up between getting a tepee or cubby house for your child, and there are definitely advantages to both. If space is tight though, a teepee is a great option, and its portability is also a drawcard for many parents. Easy to put up and down, you can reposition it in the bedroom, lounge or garden depending on the day, or your child’s mood. You might want to check out our full range of products, for even more adventurous options!
When tostart your child at school is a major decision for parents. Naturally parents want their children to thrive and flourish, and not struggle to keep up or stay on top of things.
School readiness is a measure of the knowledge, skills and behaviours that enable your child to participate and succeed in school.
When parents think about the ‘essential skills’ a child needs to succeed on their academic pathway, speaking, reading, writing and counting generally come to mind. But what about creativity?Many parents believe that creativity is merely anintrinsic ability that you’re either born with or you’re not.