A kids activity directory making life a little easier for parents during the school holidays.
Do you find yourself struggling to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays? What if you could easily find activities suitable for their age and interests, without trawling the internet for hours?
Things For Kids is an activity directory that makes searching for school holiday activities easy, and far less time consuming for busy parents.
In just a few clicks, you can find things to do for children aged up to 10 years, including play centres kid-friendly cafes, local points of interest, parks and playgrounds.
Things For Kids was designed specifically for parents, by a parent - mum of 2 Kerrianne, who has a background in design, client management and events.
After unsuccessfully trawling the internet to find a local dance class for her son, Kerrianne made it her mission to create the best, user-friendly kids' directory in Australia.
Kerrianne designed Things For Kids with accessibility and usability in mind. The directory allows parents to easily find activities in their own suburb and see just how much there is to do so close to home.
All you need to do is enter your postcode and you're taken to an easy-to-use, interactive map showing all the activities in your area. If you feel like venturing a bit further out, you can easily find something new and different.
Parents can then filter according to day of the week, activity category, age range and postcode. You can even view quality photos of parks and playgrounds, meaning it couldn't be easier to find everything you need to keep your children happy, engaged and occupied while learning through play.
With more and more postcodes frequently added to the directory and a dedication to the user experience, Things For Kids provides the most up-to-date activities and information around.
So check it out these school holidays! Stop wasting time trawling the internet looking for things to do and take a look at Things For Kids.
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