Make some scented rainbow beans for sensory, imaginative and creative play time fun!
Here’s another wonderful guest post while I am on my baby-moon! Contributed by the wonderful Rachel of Kids Activities Blog and filled with gloriously sensory fun! Thanks Rachel.
Do your tots love to play with their hands, touching and feeling everything? I
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Make a gorgeous yarn wrapped sheep craft to celebrate the Chinese year of the Sheep or as a lovely Spring activity for kids!While I am busy enjoying my precious, new baby, there will be a series of wonderful guest posts from
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Make this simple, vibrant and stunning Valentine’s day art for kids using this beautiful crayon melt technique!
The following is a guest post from the uber talented and inspiring Jean Van’t Hul, author of The Artful Parent. Thank you Jean!
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Set up a super-simple fine motor activity for kids using pine cones and elastic bands! Great for strengthening those little hand muscles crucial for writing development later on, and good for concentration and hand:eye co-ordination too.
I set up a
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Put together a simple and inviting winter themed counting sensory table, for exploring textures, sorting and counting small amounts of tactile items in play! Playful maths learning with a seasonal, Wintry theme for toddlers and preschoolers to explore.
In the colder and wetter
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