Who doesn’t love a nature craft? It’s such a versatile and wondrous way to get the kids outside to explore their surroundings and to get creative with the things around us.
Ms A is three years old and is just starting to get excited about learning colours and shapes. She also loves to get active and play outdoors. She likes a challenge too. So with this in mind, I wanted to make an easy course for her to follow which would allow her to practice her colours and shapes and keep… View Post
I’ve been promising Boo a unicorn picnic for a few weeks. Today we finally headed out with magic and enthusiasm in tow on a mummy daughter date by the river…
You can’t beat imaginary and sensory play mixed together. And who doesn’t love a mud pie! The children will spend hours in the garden mixing mud potions and cooking up a foliage feast for pretend play. It’s so much fun.
Children love to crash and bash and letting them get hands-on with basic tools is fab for an array of things. It helps build confidence and fine motor skills and can be brilliant for concentration.
Mud, mud, glorious mud! We took some kitchen utensils to the forest and spent an afternoon of mud cake baking by the stream. I cut the heads off of a wilting vase of flowers that we had at home to use as our cake decorations.
The kids decided they were going to the outdoor cinema, so we set about making our movie theatre in the garden and using an empty paddling pool was a great idea!