Do your kids love all things circus? Release their inner clown making and playing with these easy no-sew juggling balls. Juggling is a fun activity to develop gross motor skills, balance, co-ordination and of course patience and determination too!
Have you or the kids used a simple plastic pom pom maker before? They are amazing! We’ve been putting ours to good use making a beautiful rainbow pom pom mobile that will look adorable in a nursery, bedroom or classroom. It’s bright and cheery and a great way to use up those yarn scraps.
We’re focusing on Fairtrade Fortnight with a fun and tasty recipe for Banana Ice Cream Popsicles that your kids are going to love to make and munch! I adore that this recipe is healthy so we can all indulge in something sweet and delicious knowing we’re actually getting one of our five a day too!
Have you heard of Sugru? It’s the world’s “first mouldable glue that turns into rubber”. What? Crazy huh!
There are hundreds of practical uses for Sugru around the home and I couldn’t resist getting creative and trying a bit of Sugru crafting too! This colourful rubber DIY JACKS GAME has been so easy to make and such fun to play with.
How much fun does “Art You Can Eat” sound? Your kids are going to be so excited to see what we’ve been up to this week! Think vibrant colours, think tasty sweet treats, think rainbows! Come and check out our newest EDIBLE PAINT RECIPE and get the kids busy creating their own RAINBOW BREAD MASTERPIECES.
Are you looking for something a bit special and unusual to do with the kids for Valentine’s Day? We’ve got a super sweet painting activity the kids are going to LOVE. It’s glossy, it’s colourful, it’s full of hearts and it’s finger licking good fun! Come and check out our Wax Resist Sugar Wash Painting.
Who doesn’t love a pretty suncatcher on the window? These heart suncatcher mosaics are about as colourful as a suncatcher can get and look gorgeous! It’s a great craft for kids of all ages and can be made simple or more challenging to match their level.
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.