This month, lose yourself in mirror worlds, explore a new kind of soft play, partake in some anger management and meet the Moomins.
There are A LOT of planes, including one with teeth, another that says POO down its side and some really cool early wooden warplanes.
There were no overcomplicated cutting-and-sticking tasks and no instructions other than to get stuck in, which is always such a relief.
Storycraft is simply a story followed by a craft, and unfortunately its simplicity is what killed it for us.
This month, soak up some culture with tot-friendly LDF pop-ups, vintage toy and video-game exhibitions, and storytelling in the clouds.
This month, get messy with art in the park, check out the city’s best outdoor installations and build sandcastles at a pop-up urban beach.
I’m a bit of a yoga novice (read: shit) and had no idea what to do when we were told to “do your own thing” on the mats so I just sort of lay there like a dead fish.
Sally Webb writes London parenting blog Milk at the Museum, having previously worked as a Tour Guide at the Churchill War Rooms and an Image Sales and Licensing Executive at IWM. She lives in Walthamstow and has two children: Ivy, 3, and Tom, 1.
From child-led playgroups to parent-focused gigs; lively mummy-and-me yoga classes to calm, childcare-inclusive mothers’ retreats – we give you the definitive, tried-and-tested top 100 activities for little Londoners and their adults.
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.