Get creative with the kids

Fun at Scrap Creative Reuse Arts Project.
Fun at Scrap Creative Reuse Arts Project.
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If your kids love crafts but you can’t stand the mess, get to Scrap Creative Reuse Arts Project in Farsley.

Recycling has never been so much fun! An array of workshops cater for all ages and youngsters can tinker, design, make and play with infinitely more exciting scrap than they would find at home. Go to www.scrapstuff.co.uk for details.

Funky: Ok, so not all of us can bust a move quite like Uptown Funk groover Michelle Obama. But whatever you look like on the dancefloor, it’s good to get moving. And now pre-school dance class firm diddi dance has released its own CDs of songs written specially for little ones – covering a variety of dance styles –so families can join in the fun at home.

Diddi dance classes are designed to get children active, increase their confidence and enhance their co-ordination and rhythm, The high energy dances are suitable for both boys and girls from the early age of 18 months up to five years and cater for every child’s preference, covering a variety of different dance styles from jive to hip-hop through to Bollywood and Ballroom.

Go to www.diddidance.com.

Free: Parents who are eligible are being urged to make use of free childcare places for two-year olds in inner-city Leeds. An additional 48 places have been funded at Chapeltown Children’s Centre. In addition to childcare provision, families can also take advantage of Stay and Play sessions and drop-in groups for parents and carers to meet other mums and dads. The centre also signposts families to support services such as advice about jobs, benefits and healthcare. Ring the centre on 0113 200 7942.

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