Whether or not you're the type of person to check your horoscopes on the daily, sometimes the characteristics attributed to astrological signs are freakily accurate! Here's what you can expect at a play date with littlies from every star sign.
Aries (21st March – 19th April)
These kids are straight to the point and get on with things. They're bold, ambitious and love to be number one.
Taurus (20th April – 20th May)
Grounded, down to earth, conservative and realistic. These littlies can also be emotional.
Gemini (21st May – 20th June)
What these children do and say one day, can (and often does) change the next. They're also charming and witty, so they can get themselves out of trouble.
Cancer (21st June – 22nd July)
Emotional and ultra-sensitive, these kids can blur the line between nurturing and controlling behaviour.
Leo (23rd July – 22nd August)
Represented by the lion, these are little royals. They’re vivacious, theatrical and passionate. They love to celebrate themselves and bask in the spotlight.
Virgo (23rd August – 22nd September)
Strong and fiercely independent, Virgos strive for perfection. They're logical, practical and systematic.
Libra (23rd September – 22nd October)
Libras are great at launching new initiatives, though can also be superficial. But they're also fun, charming, sensitive, artistic, extremely intelligent, though they never make up their minds.
Scorpio (23rd October – 21st November)
Scorpios are often misunderstood. They have passion and power, and strike when least expected. They know what they want and can have days with a relentless desire for control.
Sagittarius (22nd November – 21st December)
These children won’t sit still for long, yearning for an active life full of adventure. They think big and act big.
Capricorn (22nd December – 19th January)
Innately wise, these littlies can seem larger than life and a bit intimidating to others.
Aquarius (20th January – 18th February)
These rebels are forward-thinking dreamers and doers.
Pisces (19th February – 20th March)
Delicate, sensitive, ethereal, these loving tackers teach the world to care unconditionally and want to make the world a better place.
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