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Can Science & Spirituality Co-exist? | A Buddhist Guide

What Is It? Find out if science and spirituality can co-exist by joining the Fruitcake Society’s very first live stream event. All proceeds earned will be donated to the Masi Creative Hub and a Khayelitsha feeding initiative. Don't miss out. When Is It? Tuesday, 19 May 2020 at 19:00. Where Is It? Online. A link […]

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School Holiday Programmes For Autumn 2020

Autumn 2020 School Holiday Programmes Bright Young Chefs Holiday Club Dates: 23 - 26 March 2020 & 30 March 2020 First up on our school holiday programme list is something tasty. Do your children enjoy cooking? Bright Young Chefs will be hosting an Easter-themed holiday club over the autumn school holidays. The cost is between R155 […]

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How To Get The Kids Sparked Up About Science

Little Einsteins Children with an interest in science may have higher confidence levels than those who don't. This is because knowing how the world works the way it does, gives kids a sense of placement and understanding. Plus, science fields are always expanding, looking for a fresh young perspective. Get your child sparked up about […]

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How to get the kids interested in the arts

Picassos in the making Children with an interest in the arts are known to be more open-minded, imaginative and compassionate. Foster a love for the arts in your child by investing in art or drama classes. Or, take them for a day trip to one of Joburg's kid-friendly art galleries or theatre venues. Alternatively, you […]

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Science Experiments with the Kids

Oobleck Named after the Dr Seuss book, this non-Newtonian fluid is a mixture of cornflour and water. Simply mix one part water with two parts cornflour and add a drop of food colouring for effect. Non-Newtonian fluids don't follow Newton's law of Viscosity and have the properties of both liquid and solids. When left alone, […]

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The Nat Geo Kids Weird But True! Exhibition Is Heading To Sci-Bono

Just In Time For The School Holidays! The Nat Geo Kids Weird But True! exhibition, brought to you by National Geographic, in partnership with Sci-Bono, will be heading to the Sci-Bono Discovery Science Centre in Johannesburg this June. For the first time in Africa, this engaging and interactive exhibition will give young minds the opportunity […]

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Something To Sharpen Those Young Minds

Young Entrepreneurs Aimed at kids aged 7 – 18, this program teaches children vital entrepreneurial, financial literacy, employability and workplace readiness skills while also helping them start and grow their own micro-enterprises. Franchises are opening around the country with a number also available in Johannesburg (for those looking for a new business opportunity!) Various programmes […]

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