Spring Tissue Paper Bleeding Art

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Make some beautiful spring themed tissue paper bleeding art to brighten up the art gallery at home or in the classroom! Only two materials required to make this gorgeous Spring themed art work with the kids, and mess free too!

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DIY Doll’s House Chairs

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Make some adorable DIY doll’s house chairs by simply cutting some cardboard tubes! A perfect craft activity for adding to the imaginative play resources.

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Rainbow Marshmallow and Toothpick Structures

Create some beautiful rainbow marshmallow and toothpick structures in this gorgeous, mathematical invitation to play for kids! Great for problem solving and developing maths and construction skills, this is a great boredom-busting activity that’s sure to appeal to all ages.

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Rainbow Footprint Butterfly Keepsake

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Make a beautiful, rainbow footprint butterfly keepsake for the front of a card or to display on a canvas or in a frame. These would make such a bright and happy present for special family members, or a cute St Patrick’s day activity or rainbow themed craft too! This would also tie in so nicely

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Exploring Textures in Play Dough

Set up an exciting investigation to explore patterns and textures in play dough. A creative, sensory activity for toddlers and preschoolers to enjoy.

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