MAGIC Chocolate Pudding – a fun recipe for kids…and yes it really is magic, the kiddies won’t believe it…and yes, it does look a bit like a brain!
Archives for January 2013
Cold, wobbly, sparkly Snow Gel; a wonderfully rich sensory play experience.
We were really missing the snow so decided to continue the fun and games in the house by making an Indoor Igloo!
January’s In The Kitchen With Nigella: Freshly baked Oatcakes perfect for a Burns Night supper. Yummy!
HOW TO BUILD AN IGLOO? Give kids the opportunity to explore and test their ideas, evaluate and problem solve with this Winter build an igloo STEM challenge.
Seasonal bottles are great to look at, play with and chat about. Children enjoy relating what they can see in the bottle to what’s been going on in their world. Ours are full of snowy things at the moment but pretty much anything can go in them. Have fun and take your children’s lead, I bet they’ve got loads of ideas of things to pop inside and it will certainly give them lots to chatter about.
Have fun SNOW PAINTING, a fabulous Winter art activity for kids.
Easy Peasy Pittas; I made double today so that I could put half in the freezer. (Blows raspberry at supermarkets’ ready-made packs and looks smug.) I’m not sure why I’ve never tried to make this handy little kitchen standby before!