Would your kids enjoy a Spooky Pop-Up STEAM challenge for Halloween? This STEAM project is lots of fun and great for kids of all ages.
We’ve been busy recycling jar lids to make this croaking frog craft. Give these little frogs a gentle squeeze and they really croak! A fun craft to go with nursery rhymes and story telling. RIBBIT!
The holidays are never far away and we all start thinking about days out and visiting family and friends. This adorable Button Binoculars Craft and free printable travel games are a great way to keep the kids entertained on long journeys. Travelling with kids can be so much fun!
Little fingers are going to wiggle with excitement for these Super Speedy No-Sew Ghost Finger Puppets! They are the perfect last minute craft for bringing fun into your Halloween celebrations or story telling time. Little ones will love popping them on their fingers, acting out stories and playing BOO!
This Halloween add a spooky fun touch to your home with these Neon Mason Jar Mummies. These colourful mummies look great day and night! You’ll be on to a winner if you fill them with candy for Halloween treats or tea lights for eerie Mummified Halloween Luminaries.
Here’s an Easy Peasy Pumpkin Craft that’s perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. Kids will love decorating their homemade pumpkins with all sorts of fun cheeky faces. It’s certainly a whole lot easier than trying to carve a real pumpkin! These characterful pumpkins make great Halloween decorations and look fab in the window as Halloween sun catchers. Such fun!
It’s easy to spend a fortune on kids toys only to see them piling up unused in the corners of the bedroom! Why not try inspiring creativity and imaginative play with homemade toys made from recycled materials instead, like these awesome Cardboard Homemade Toys? Kids will love to play with something they’ve helped to make and it’s great for building their environmental awareness too.
Have you got any old CD’s lying around? Kids can have loads of fun with old CDs making COLOURFUL CD SCRATCH ART. It’s a fabulous recycled and process art opportunity. These look great hanging as a mobile or why not varnish them for drink coasters?