• OCTOBER wassup?

    Posted on Knysna Rocks is a fun project that started after the horrible Knysna fires in 2017.  People paint rocks with feel-good, happy words or pictures.  These rocks are then placed like treasure around and about spreading a little joy and love.  There... Read more »
  • Paint your own ROCK!

    Posted on Celebrate ROCKtober! It’s not ROCKet science – find a stone or two.A nice smooth flattish one is best.Do a little spit and polish clean. And then get painting!!   When thinking what to write on your rock – remember what Cinderella’s... Read more »
  • Holidays + kids and/or pets + Spring = STEENBOK

    Posted on   Sooooo, the holidays are almost upon us and the kids will be needing fun things to do. This is how Steenbok can help: At the main entrance to Steenbok, you can find an information board with all the current... Read more »
  • SPRING Word Search

    Posted on Don’t forget to look sideways, upside down, back-to-front and all around!!   life     chick     new     sunshine     bud     bulb      blossom     pollen bird     egg     bees     hay     posy     scent      tide ... Read more »
  • SEPTEMBER Wassuup?

    Posted on “Spring has sprung, the grass has riz I wonder where the boidies is?! The boid is on the wing.. But that’s absoid – The wing is on the boid!!!”                      ... Read more »
  • Let’s COLOUR IN!

    Posted on Use our mud crab picture or draw your own – After your pencil drawing, use a nice black koki to make bold, clean lines.  Then what nice bright colour are you going to choose?  You could use paints or pastels,... Read more »
  • AUGUST wassup?

    Posted on Colouring Book Day The first colouring book was made in the 1800’s.  Colouring in is great fun for ALL ages – it’s calming, therapeutic and good for fine motor skills.  But most of all it is SO MUCH FUN!!!  Get... Read more »
  • Ashford school pays Steenbok a visit

    Posted on What a pleasure it was to meet teachers Dirk and Rita Lagerwerf and be asked to take their 8 students from Grade 4 & 5 from Ashford School around Steenbok!(picture left) The sharp-eyed youngsters were extremely good at spotting our... Read more »
  • Queen Bee visits Steenbok

    Posted on Even the cloudy, rainy day could not dampen the spirits of the children of Queen Bee Pre-Primary School.   The kids spent a fun morning hiding their hand-painted Harmony Rocks in Steenbok Nature Reserve.    What are Harmony rocks? HISTORY... Read more »
  • Fun and games in Steenbok

    Posted on There is a big patch of flat grass in Steenbok that can be used for all sorts of activities.  A brief history of this area is that it was once a golf course and you can still find enthusiastic golfers... Read more »