Topic “educational parties”

10 Fun Teaching Games for Children

Learning is most effective when it’s fun! Here are some games that will teach, entertain and stimulate your child, without breaking your budget
By: 
Julia Lamberti
1. Recognition, Running and Rewards
This is an interactive game that can be played by one or more children and adapted to suit any age group, while teaching a variety of topics in an accessible way. Hide an object or picture in your home or garden and ask the children to find it and rush it back to you.

Making Sense of Curriculum Changes

The breakdown on what’s what when it comes to Schooling 2025
By: 
Donna Cobban
I was trained as a secondary-school teacher many moons ago – long before outcomes-based education became the official path and so did not pay it much attention until I one day spied a teacher friend’s assessment sheets. In spidery thin writing crammed into tiny boxes across pages and pages were her mandatory assessment notes for each and every student, or rather, learner. I reeled in horror.

Tower Kids

Tower Kids has a range of fun activities, party downloadables and party game ideas on their website along with creative, educational kits to buy.
Area: 
Nationwide stockists
Telephone Number: 
0800 220 488

Atom Ant Science fun

For 6–12 year olds at your venue.
Area: 
Western Cape
Telephone Number: 
021 785 4459
Email Address: 
ann@atomant.co.za

Tower Kids

The range consists of three categories: creative activities, stickers and wall décor for gifts, party favours or party edutainment.
Area: 
Nationwide
Telephone Number: 
0800 220 488
Email Address: 
towerkids@pyrotec.co.za
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