Here are 25 creative ways to re-use and recycle a cardboard box into something fun to play and create with! From story boxes to puppet shows, treasure chests to car play mats, bunches of painted flowers to baby toys and preschooler maths games, there’s plenty of variety to choose from in this list!25 Creative Ways to use a Cardboard Box
Create a new tradition for Christmas with the Kindness Elves, an alternative to the popular Elf on the Shelf idea, and place the focus instead on positive, character-building activities for kids. Teaching love, kindness and gratitude with a hope to raise kids who move away from the “entitlement” attitude which pervades our modern generation.Kindness Elves: An Alternative Elf on the Shelf Tradition
Set up a specific area for playful maths investigations at home or in the classroom, to encourage plenty of open-ended play and self-directed learning with a range of inviting materials.
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Set up an investigative art experiment mixing textures into paint to see what effect each one creates! A lovely hands-on, multi-sensory art activity for everyone to enjoy.
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Here’s a collection of 20 simple, fun and playful colour themed activities for preschoolers to enjoy!
From learning about colour mixing to going on a scavenger hunt for coloured objects, this collection of ideas covers lots of different activity types and use
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