On Saturday July 22, join Kinderling in Melbourne for the launch of our brand new program Play and Learn!
Free kids party!
We’ll be there from 10am-1pm at The Learning Sanctuary centre in Malvern East (1-3 Olive St). Our free party has heaps of activities for everyone, including:
- Sam Moran's Music Time live
- Hey Dee Ho concert
- Dancing with K-Mascot
- Hear It Make It with Kinderling’s Miss Sally
- Magic show
- A Reptile Experience
- Face painting
- Coffee for the grownups
- Sausage sizzle for lunch
About Play and Learn
Play and Learn is Kinderling’s brand new radio program designed just for pre-schoolers in collaboration with The Learning Sanctuary and Greenwood Early Educations Centres.
Hosted by Miss Sally, the program focuses on fun and educational audio activities including music time with Kinderling favourites Sam Moran and Lah-Lah, mystery sound games, stories, creative listening, dancing and meditations.
From Monday July 24 you’ll be able to hear it on Kinderling every weekday at 10am and we can’t wait! It’s also available on our app for offline listening, grab the app and download now.
Exclusive: Watch Lah-Lah perform their new single 'Having Fun'
They treat us to 'Brush Your Teeth' live too.
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