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    Top 100 Things to do in Sydney with Kids

    Top 10 Attractions in Sydney Top 15 Free Things to do with Children in Sydney Top 10 Things to do With Toddlers in Sydney Top 20 Kids Classes in Sydney Top 15 Outdoor Family Activities in Sydney Top 10 Indoor Family Activities in Sydney TOP 20 Family Friendly Restaurant in Sydney TOP 10 Attractions in Sydney 1   Visit the Sydney Opera House  Bennelong Point You can’t visit Sydney and not check out Australia’s most iconic landmark. Check out live shows for families or simply admire the beautiful architecture from afar from any point around Sydney Harbour Bay. Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia Click for more info. 2   Make Friends with Fish at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium  City of Sydney Discover the amazing aquatic life at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium with over 700 species on display. Make friends with all the thousands of individual fish and water creatures. Under 4’s are free. 1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia Click for more info. 3   Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb Sydney  The Rocks Are your kids brave enough to climb up one of Sydney’s impressive landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge? BridgeClimb organises a tour for tourists and families to safely climb up the incredible monument where you can take glorious selfies of the harbour and of course the Sydney Opera House. Child rates are for ages 8 – 15.There must be one adult Climber per three child Climbers. 3 Cumberland St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia Click for more info. 4   Spend an afternoon at Sydney Olympic Park  Sydney Olympic Park Even after the celebrated Olympic event in 2000, Sydney Olympic Park is open to the public providing lots of leisure activities and restaurants fantastic for the family. If you’re looking to cool down from the heat, check out the Aquatic Centre too. Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia Click for more info. 5   Learn Sydney’s History at the Museum of Sydney  City of Sydney Learn the history of Sydney at the Museum of Sydney. The modern museum was built over the remains of the impressive 1st Government House of Australia. Bridge St &, Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia Click for more info. 6   Ride the Sydney Tower Eye  City of Sydney See Sydney from above with a 360 degree view in the comfort of the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck. A fantastic place to take family selfies. Free admission for children under 4 years old. 100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia 7   Have a Day Out at Luna Park Sydney  Milsons Point Discover the latest attractions and rides at Luna Park in Sydney. There is no entry fee for children 3 years and under. 1 Olympic Dr, Milsons Point NSW 2061, Australia Click for more info. 8   Learn About Sciene and Arts at Powerhouse Museum  Ultimo An amazing museum to explore the interactive side of arts and science. Free entrance to kids 16 years and under. 500 Harris St, Read more [...]

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    Are You A Grinch? Take the Test!

    Are you a Grinch for Christmas? Have you ever been accused of being like Ebenezeer Scrooge? Want to prove to your friends that you’re actually a decent human being. Maybe you already are and just want the affirmation. Take the Grinch test  below and find out! So what was your result in the grinch test? Are you a decent human being or have your suspicions been confirmed. Share your result on social media by clicking on the social icons above and don’t forget to like our page if you enjoyed this content!    Please follow and like us:

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    Test: Who’s The Real Mother

    This test of identifying who the real mother is is a popular psychological behaviour test. You’ll need to find clues in the image to spot why the woman sitting on the right or left of the room is the mother of the child.  So who’s the real mother? You might pick up certain signs and are now wondering whether any of them have any indication of the mother/son familial bond. Does what they wear matter? Is the child’s proximity a give away? Is their posture important? Are you looking out for any biological similarities, perhaps? So who’s the real mother? If your choice is the women sitting on the left side: The majority would choose this woman. She appears  more mature, her hair is up, the fact that the child seems closer to her suggests that this is her chid. However, in this case it is not the right answer. The real mother is actually sitting on the other side. If your choice is the women sitting on the right side: You are correct, this one is the actual mother of the child.  Children often look for their parents’ approval, hence they usually face towards them while they are playing or doing something. That is why this woman is the mother.    Did you get the right answer? Share with someone to test their ability to detect.   Please follow and like us:

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    The Benefits of Dance for Kids

    “And I watched them, hand in hand, on the edge of the sand, as they danced by the light of the moon!” sighed Edward Lear as he watched his kids dance with absolutely no tune but the melodies of the stridulating crickets and the croaking frogs.