More time with the children over school holidays is wonderful, but it can also be a task to think of activities that are engaging to keep them occupied. So, why not browse some local classes in your area? One new platform, which is a craft and activity marketplace suitable for all ages, is ClassBento, which donates with every booking to Dementia Australia. From skateboarding to hula-hooping and sushi-making, there are activities that are fun for the kids, parents and teach them skills for the future!
What mother wouldn't want her children to make sushi, cakes and chocolate for the family? For food-loving kids, there are some food classes from around the world! Sushi classes allow students to have fun rolling rice, choosing their fillings and creating something delicious and beautiful. French Little Chef teaches budding bakers some classic french recipes - from Madeleines to baguettes - they, of course, get to taste and take some home. For a more luxurious treat and one that's sure to be unforgettable, Kimberley Chocolates teaches children how to make chocolate or truffles with kids chocolate-making classes.
For the more energetic kids, they can learn skills in hula-hooping classes and skateboarding classes. This not only keeps them active and healthy but can give them skills to pursue after the class - you might have some performers or future skaters in your family!
All classes have a variety of times, prices and recommended ages, whilst most can also be booked as bespoke classes, which can perhaps be held at your home to save you from travelling. For more information on classes for your children, family activities and skills for yourself, such as pottery or brush lettering, visit www.classbento.com.au.