How cute are these butterfly wings! The outdoors has such a wealth of natural goodies to find and is perfect for nature crafts and building imagination through play. And best of all it’s free and incredibly good for the soul.
Today, at 11 days old, Jude met the ocean properly for the first time so we marked the occasion by making some special memory ‘MILE STONES’ for him.
What little person doesn’t love fairies? Little ones are always on the look out for evidence of fairies and what better way to do this than to make your own magical fairy wings to wear on an adventure…
The Magical Memory Bank Train ride RESERVED ‘For fine diners of posh tea and cake as you clickety clack… through the mountains on a train ride to the beach and back’
We headed to the deep dark wood with a few wooden spoons, our favourite book and a bundle of imagination. We didn’t spot the Gruffalo but we had fun and found hoards of evidence that he was there. It was made even more magical with the bluebells that carpeted the floor in mid May.
Everyone believes in fairies ……. Childhood is such a magical time full of enchantment & make believe.. here’s some ideas to feed their imaginations & spread a little magic.
We decided to go on a magical festive adventure to see if we could find any signs of Christmas reindeer in the woods and ended up finding our very own elf! A few days before, I made some reindeer poop using play dough and glitter and hid it in my pocket along with a Christmas elf. This is how our elf… View Post