I’ve seen this idea around a lot and love the simplicity of the printmaking process- just perfect for toddlers and preschoolers! All that is needed is a muffin tin, some paint and paper. We got the muffin tin from the girls’ play garden and Cakie painted the upturned sections using
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Take one child (and a Mum!) in wellie boots, a tray of bright paints and lots of cardboard sheets.
Dip feet in paint and walk, stomp, dance, jump and run to your heart’s content!
Create a beautiful, rainbow, mess of
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Little Pop is 1! We celebrated outside with our little mums and tots group in the glorious, warm Spring sunshine (who says the British weather is always bad?!) Birthday balloons on stalks, our birthday tree in full bloom and lovely 1st birthday cards.
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The way that we chose to do this activity is NOT for the clean and tidy person. If you are worried about mess then back away slowly from this post and do not read on!If, however, you don’t mind a bit of crazy mess-making amidst all of that creativity, then welcome
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Over the weekend the trees have suddenly started to blossom and a certain little girl is totally enamoured with them because they are PINK! Wherever we walk or drive a little voice chirps up every few moments “Ooo look, another pink tree!” I’m in love with the awe and wonder that comes with this stage
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