Create some beautiful homemade fossils and nature print keepsakes using shells and easy homemade salt dough!
If you read this blog often you will already know how much we love salt dough and use it often for
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Create a wonderful sensory experience for young children using glowing lights in the dark! We love turning cardboard boxes into fun places to play as they are free and can be turned into anything! They also make great tunnels, dens and caves. A while ago we used a long box
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Here is a wonderful guest post by one of my favourite, creative bloggers! I’m so thrilled that she is posting her ideas here today so that you can be inspired with some glow into dark activities for your children!
Hello everyone! I am so excited to be guest posting here at The Imagination Tree! My name is
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A fun scientific investigation for kids on a hot day: freezing and then melting objects in blocks of ice!
We have had some wonderfully hot weather this week and our play has been mainly outside from breakfast to bedtime. To help cool down
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We have been doing lots of indoor growing recently and planted some beans at the same time that we grew our cress letters last month. This is a really easy, visual way to teach children about root systems and is something I used to do with my school children each Spring time. Plus it’s
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