The Kids @ home series is designed to support families by giving them practical advice and ideas centred on activity-based learning to help parents who are spending more time at home.
The free weekday series ranges from workouts to craft and cooking activities which can be done by the whole family.
Kidspot.com.au executive editor Melissa Wilson said: “We are navigating difficult times right now and parents are facing the unique pressures of ensuring their little ones are well cared for, home schooled and entertained while continuing to juggle daily life and even work from home.
“We may have started off with the best of intentions, maybe even invested in some hobbies to spend isolation time wisely, but at the end of the day we’re emotionally drained and can’t quite get to the peak level of creative and active parent that we imagined.
“This is why we’ve created Kids @ home, to support families over the coming weeks with a range of activities to do in the kitchen, some to coax out creativity and some to burn off the extra energy and stay active. The sessions are designed for parents to do with the kids, or sit back and watch while they have some fun.”
The Kids @ home with Kidspot.com.au schedule includes classes such as storytime with Jimmy Giggle, a family workout with Sam Wood and craft with early childhood teacher Brooke Louttit:
Mon 4 May Family workout: Sam Wood, 28 by Sam Wood
Tue 5 May Healthy cake: Lorraine Sarayeldi, PomPom Paddock
Wed 6 May It’s storytime: Jimmy Giggle
Thu 7 May Barre for families: Emma Seibold, Barre Body
Fri 8 May Get crafty: Early childhood teacher Brooke Louttit
Mon 11 May Barre workout: Renee Scott, Barre Attack
Tue 12 May Healthy dinner idea: Tanya Nagy, Bite Nutrition
Wed 13 May Art attack: Cork and Canvas painting class
Thu 14 May Yoga together: Beth Borowsky, The Karma Class
Fri 15 May Family workout: Lauren Patterson, MadMaxMum