Something for the weekend...

Our weekly round-up of nice things from around the web.

Die Roller-Kinder, by Josef Heinrich Darchinger, 1955

Clare shares 52 things she made. Love all that handmade goodness!

It's getting chillier by the day, just about time to roll out the cold and flu remedies. This one from The Veggie Mama is suitable for wee ones and looks yummy.

This vintage animal puzzle is so special. But of course if you don't have a spare $400, you can find a similar modern version here. Phew.

Gorgeous photo essay by Gabriele Galimberti exploring the favourite toys of children from all around the world.

Really nice colouring-in sheets you can print for free over at Made By Joel.

For a brief time you can read Sheila Heti's first children's book We Need a Horse  online. The words and illustrations (by Claire Rojas) are really special.

Print out these cute as pie book plates by Helen Dardik and get the kids to make their mark on some favourite books. This is a cute idea if you were giving a book as a gift too, to include a bookplate with the recipient's name.

The Vivid Festival light shows are now on in Sydney! The last few years have been truly spectacular, and it's really great fun to rug up the whole family and take a wander around the lit-up harbour.

First Position, a ballet documentary. An inspiring film for aspiring ballerina girls and boys, and their parents too.

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