This month: light labyrinths, queer spaces, artificial intelligence, edible art, LEGO art, angsty art and a giant moon sculpture.
This month, cool off in city fountains, relax on urban beaches and build your own ice lollies with your preschooler.
Children are encouraged to think independently and collaborate to create walkways, see-saws and slides using diverse materials.
What?: The last time we attempted a parent-and-child dance activity it didn’t end spectacularly well. This was more down to personal circumstance, that being my general dislike of clubbing – which had somehow completely slipped by mind – and Bab’s crappy mood on that particular day
What?: The British Museum’s Little Feet programme for under-fives is a dynamic series of sessions drawing inspiration from the copious objects and artworks found in the gallery’s temporary and permanent exhibits. A Splash of Colour took its cue from the child-friendly primary hues found throughout The American Dream: Pop to the Present