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Practice your drawing, cooking, writing and music skills during your spring school break

Pho-tastic Family Cooking Workshop

Sydney

Kids aged five-12 and their parents can join a Vietnamese chef to learn all about pho. The class includes cookery challenges and mystery ingredient games, and a family-friendly tour relating to Maritime Museum vessel Tu Do.

Egyptian Children's Day

Camperdown

Head to the Nicholson Museum for arts and crafts activities, and talks and workshops on Egyptian culture these school holidays.

Magic Bubble Library

Chatswood

Learn how to create multicolour bubbles and the art of blowing them at this super cute kids show.

WouldMan Workshop

Surry Hills

earn how to draw the human body in 3D with the help of music. Toby Hall will accompany WouldMan and play beats on drums and cymbols to help the kids create wonderful works of art using rhythm and movement.

 Sydney Story Factory

 

Learn about all kinds of creative writing from newspapers and magazines to poetry, prose and plays at this not-for-profit writing centre for school-aged folks.

Children's school holiday cooking classes at EQ

Moore Park

These hands on classes use the simplest of recipes but still have an abundance of flavours, textures and ingredients that are sure to stimulate your child's taste buds. And did we mention the classes are free!

Mythic inks: Youth printing workshop

Sydney

Mythic maritime creatures will be the inspiration for kids aged eight-14 to make stencil artworks to print temporary tattoos, t-shirts and a collaborative mural.

Biology Children's Day

Camperdown

Children will create their own microscopic creatures and hear all about endangered animals at this Macleay Museum school holiday event.

School Holidays at the Powerhouse

Ultimo

Take part in theatre workshops, drawing classes and filmmaking lessons; get hands-on with Lego and space models; and learn about how video games are designed and made.

Brasserie Bread Baking Classes

Banksmeadow

Kids will learn to bake fresh bread with quailty ingredients at these free cooking classes.

 

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