The Summer sunshine just calls out for pretty suncatchers on the windows doesn’t it? Here’s a super easy tissue paper suncatcher craft that kids of all ages can enjoy. But be prepared they are so beautiful the kids won’t want to stop at just making one!
Have you tried coastal foraging? The kids will love getting outside and connecting with Nature as they gather and cook their own food for free! Check out what we got up with this survival skills for kids activity.
Do your kids enjoy mysteries? Are they super inquisitive? Test your kids’ observation and descriptive skills and spark their imaginations with this fun Footprint Trail BEACH DETECTIVE GAME for budding super sleuths!
Do your kids enjoy playing with water? Here are 16 exciting STEM activities based on fun water play ideas that kids will love, love, love! All of these water play STEM projects will get kids immersed and hands on with the important curriculum areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Perfect educational fun for Summer!
This cute and colourful FABRIC CLOTHESPIN BUTTERFLY CRAFT is easy and cheap to make and kids will love to clip them around the house or garden as cheerful decorations. They’re perfect for keeping kids busy, creative and enjoying the outdoors during the Summer holidays.
10 Fun Gross Motor Balloon Tennis Games for the whole family. Build gross motor skills with these ten exciting boredom buster & energy buster balloon tennis games. Family fun whatever the weather!
Are you looking for an outdoor activity that the whole family can enjoy together? You might think you know how to play a TIC TAC TOE game already but this version of the game has a clever twist that will help keep your kids engaged for longer and get them interacting with and learning about nature in every round!
Looking for ways to get big kids unplugged, outside and enjoying nature? Try this awesome Survival Skills For Kids FIRE STARTING CHALLENGE (no matches allowed!) Kids can learn new bushcraft skills whilst having fun … No Fire = No Cooking = No Dinner! Are your kids up for the challenge?