Home Kids Are we there yet?

Are we there yet?

Every parent knows the mammoth task of keeping the kids busy … either when travelling or even for those still at home.

If boredom has set in due to playdates being out of the picture and you are fresh out of ideas on how to keep your offspring entertained without breaking your no screen time rule (and let’s be real, who hasn’t?) then look no further.

In partnership with the NGO Book Dash, Dunlop has brought out new episodes on the multilingual ‘Are We There Yet’ children’s podcast to help parents keep little ones engaged, stimulated and occupied. Watch them settle in as they listen to Lara the yellow ladybird, Sizwe’s Smile and learn The Things That Really Matter or have their interest sparked with What if or Why there is a hole in the wall?

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The captivating audio stories, written by South African authors and recorded in English, isiZulu, Setswana and Afrikaans, are guaranteed to enthral little ones. The Book Dash team has a goal of putting 100 books into the hands of every child under the age of five – take a look at their site to download free print versions of the books or donate to this worthy cause. Click here to visit Book Dash.

Simply download the My Tyres app on Google play store or Apple Store to get access.

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