The sort of group you’d look forward to all month if you didn’t live so bloody far away it might as well be on Pluto.
This month, make the most of the great outdoors with festivals, al fresco installations, park fun days and outdoor water-play.
This month, salute the spring with outdoor puppet shows, dragon trails and festivals – then escape the rain with indoor theatre, pop-ups and interactive art.
This month, cuddle dogs at a canine creche, bop to Belle & Sebastian at an indie disco and ogle Lego at a Nordic design exhibition.
Jo Arteaga lives in Highbury & Islington and been an Islingtonian for over six years. She is a Senior Advertising Creative and has a 16-month-old daughter called Miranda.
This month, lose yourself in immersive theatre, get creative with gallery workshops, and check out new tot-friendly exhibitions.
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 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