Create open-ended, heuristic play opportunities for toddlers and beyond using gorgeous, silky rainbow scarves and lots of imagination!
It’s been a while since we had a new Discovery Box to explore and enjoy! If you follow me on Facebook you will know that I’ve
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Today’s feature article is from the talented Roopa at Putti Prapancha! Enjoy!Tape Resist Art is one of my favorite art techniques where it is entirely process based, yet the product turns out beautiful and unique each time!!! We have even used this as a party activity during my daughter’s 3rd
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This is a fun and easy activity that practises some great fine motor skills as well as promoting creativity with a little maths tossed in along the way! For this we needed to dye some large pasta shapes. We used rigatoni and it was easy to dye. I
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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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Create a giant, beautiful and vibrant rainbow collage to consolidate knowledge of colours, practise sorting and matching and have a go at working on a large scale collaboratively! A while ago we made colour balloons to go on the wall. It’s amazing to compare the progression in Cakie’s understanding between
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