Make a super quick and simple card or framed artwork gift for Father’s day (or Mother’s day, Christmas, birthdays, you name it!) as a lovely memory of the relative size of the children’s little hands. So easy that everyone can get involved from baby to teenager, and easy to put together in few quick minutes!
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Create a wonderfully fun material for summer sensory play by freezing jello/jelly with sparkles mixed through! It is also a fantastic, hands-on science investigation for watching changes in state of materials and experimenting with how to make substances melt.
In a brief period
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Make some scented rosemary water for all natural sensory play and exploration, as a real treat for the senses! Perfect for outdoor water play and investigating plants and their properties more closely.
On the few warm, sunny days we have had so
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Our theme for baby Bean’s 1st birthday party was all about her favourite nursery rhymes and familiar songs and was lots of fun to prepare and age appropriate for all her little baby and toddler guests who attended!
When baby Bean turned one earlier this
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Make a fun posting box resource for early counting and sorting skills with the added benefit of fine motor practise and problem solving too! The enduring appeal of dropping and posting through holes will make this a real favourite game with toddlers to school age kids, with possibilities to extend the learning for the older
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