Rabbit pattern, clip art for school projects and online recommendations

minimoopy

Download and print off the free pattern to make this simple, super-cute Mini-Moopy soft toy rabbit for your kids by Australian artist and craftswoman Carly Schwerdt.

dk clipart

Dorling Kindersley, publishers of fine educational children’s books, have an amazing online bank of free clip art for kids to download and use in school projects (or just for fun). There are 50 great categories including history, maps, various holidays, dinosaurs, sharks, pirates, skeletons, medieval life and insects. Each category is loaded with wonderful, high quality photos from their range of publications.

Choice magazine

We love Choice Magazine, the official publication of The Australian Consumers’ Association. Very rarely do we make a large purchase without consulting our back catalogue of print copies… this month’s print issue has a great guide to layback strollers which has saved us a lot of heartache as we go to buy our fourth stroller (all our others are just plain annoying or dangerous for various reasons). This report is available online for a fee but there are oodles of other reviews, ratings and recommendations for baby and children’s products available for free (marked with a friendly F graphic ). This is an Australian focused publication but will have some products and reviews which will be just as relevant to overseas shoppers.

3 Responses to “Rabbit pattern, clip art for school projects and online recommendations”

  1. Aoife

    Another really good Choice product is their kids recipe book – Practical Cooking for Babies and Toddlers. I have a very fussy three year old and a one year old who will eat anything (please let that last) and all the receipes I’ve tried out of it have been winners eg cheesie-vegemite scrolls, zuccinni slice etc etc. Some classic vegetable hiding recipes which are great. This is the best one I’ve seen – and we’ve tried a few.

  2. Librarygirl

    Many public libraries (like the one where I work) subscibe to Choice magazine, so you can go in and read the current copy and check the index for reviews for any product you’re interested in
    buying and then look at the back copies. Support your local library – get info for free – and save trees also! What’s not to like….

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