5 Speckled Frogs Natural Small World Play

Create a beautiful frog pond small world play scene using natural play materials arranged as loose parts for free play and exploration. Team it up with some information books to turn it into a little science and discovery table for plenty of opportunities to learn through play! 5 Speckled Frogs Natural Small World Play

Dyed Flowers Science Experiment

Set up a simple and visually stunning science experiment with the kids to explore the transfer of water through a plant! This is easy enough for a preschooler to understand and makes a great introduction to practical science investigations. This classic, fun activity was always one of my favourites to

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Edible Jewels Sensory Play!

Today’s super sensory playful activity comes to us via a wonderful guest post by Rachel of Kids Activities Blog.

This is a super simple┬ákids activity┬áthat will keep your kids engaged for hours – playing and eating jewels – aka pomegranate seeds. One of our winter activities is picking out the seeds in our favorite seedy

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DIY Milk Jug Scooter and Bike Lanterns!

Make some DIY milk jug lanterns for attaching to the front of scooters and bikes, for fun adventures in the dark! So much fun on dark winter afternoons and a prompt to get outside and exercise even when it seems so miserable (hello UK weather, I’m talking to you!) Our

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Play Dough Inventor’s Workshop

Use old electrical cables, loose parts and recycled junk materials to create an imaginary play inventor’s workshop, using play dough as a base material to build and secure. This activity is fantastic for providing open-ended creative play, hands-on investigations, designing and planning, story telling and scientific discoveries! Best of all, as with all great kids

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