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Published April 11th 2013
Things kids can do these holidays
1. Cartoon Camp The Cartoon Camp is back in town. There will be two camps in Perth these holidays with one in Joondalup from 22nd to 26th April 2013 and Mandurah from 29 April 2013 to 3 May 2013.
Cartoon camps are filled with a full day of activity, starting from 8am and finishing at 6pm. Each day has a different schedule filled with learning to draw iconic cartoons, designing your own milkshake (or other food designs), going on treasure hunts and much more. This is a sheer must packed with tons of fun.
2. Bunnings Warehouse Bunnings host a range of activities during the holidays which are free. Kids will learn skills such as painting to wood work. Classes are fun, and sometimes parents are encouraged to join in.
3. Become a member of the Zoo Crew Getting behind the scenes, kids will get up close and personal with zoo animals, make special animal treats and go into restricted access areas of Perth Zoo. Booking is essential.
This holiday the WA Museum is hosting a new event of getting to know you native creatures with the use of the puppet friend Numbat Chat. WA Museum is a great place to go for both parents and kids. With a café just around the corner, you can enjoy a cup of coffee while kids run around the enclosed garden.
5. Visit the Library A library is just filled with loads of adventures waiting to happening. Read a story to inquisitive minds, or a do a little treasure hunt to find a book. Some libraries hosts holiday programs, so check with your local library to see what events they will be hosting this holiday.
6. Dinosaurs Alive
See real-like Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor, Stegosaurus, Apatosaurus, Sinosauropteryx, Pteranodon, Ornithomimus, Ornitholestes and Triceratops in motion, in Fremantle. This is a special exhibition for the school holidays and a must for you things to do these holidays.