Have you got adventure loving kids that enjoy getting muddy? Last weekend I grabbed my kids and headed to Belvoir Castle to join TV explorer Ed Stafford and take part in the Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder obstacle course. It was a fantastic experience I’d thoroughly recommend. Courses are running up and down the UK until the end of September so there are lots of opportunities for you and your kids to get involved too.
Ready, steady, slow! See how we use SNAIL RACING to learn SNAIL FACTS. This is such a fun ANIMAL SCIENCE activity for the whole family to enjoy together and a great way for kids to learn about our slimy garden snail friends.
Are you looking for an Easter game that’s a wow with kids and is simple and speedy to make? Our Easter Colour Matching and Math Game is so bright and irresistible for kids, they’ll love playing with it! While the kids are busy having fun they’ll be developing their colour and math skills too.
Looking for a fun way to get your kids to love math? Here are three Counting For Kids Math Games guaranteed to get your kids captivated. A great way to develop early math learning of one to one correspondence, number recognition and number sentences.
Here’s 25+ fantastic reindeer ideas all together in one place! Enough to keep us all busy and singing “Rudolf The Red Nosed Reindeer” all season long. We’ve got reindeer crafts, reindeer play ideas, reindeer snacks and reindeer gifts to make for others. Have fun!
Fall is full of so many exciting things from Nature for children to explore. We can easily let babies and toddlers get hands on with all the wonderful colours, sounds, shapes and patterns of Fall safely with these easy to make Fall sensory bottles.
I love finding new and exciting ways for kids to engage with Nature, get creative and develop their motor skills and this All Natural Leaf Threading activity ticks all the boxes. Because it uses natural things it’s virtually free to put together and provides a wonderful sensory experience for kids to as they explore the sight, feel and smells of this activity too.
Fall is a great season for working on counting skills with so many gorgeous natural items like acorns and buck eyes to use in hands on math sessions. Here’s a super Fall counting activity that makes the most of the fallen leaves and also develops fine motor skills too.