A few days ago our Christmas elf arrived from the North Pole bringing with him the promise of a sprinkling of magic and make believe throughout the house, but who’d of thought that our elf would have such a huge desire to explore the outdoors during his stay!
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.
Today we decided to head out to blow the cobwebs away after being mostly in over the Christmas period. The children wanted to go to the beach so with rain clouds looming we pulled on our waterproofs and headed for the coast. The children had spent the morning drawing pictures so we thought it would be a lovely idea to… View Post
It can be the smallest of things that make us smile. And the smallest of things that actually turn out to be the biggest things…
💡👌🎨👨🎨👩🎨 Here’s a genius idea to become portable outdoor artists using a recycling bin!
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.
The natural resources that Mother Nature has to offer are ideal for any budding artist wanting to create an organic masterpiece. Best of all the materials are free! Whether you are in your own backyard, collecting leaves and blossoms blowing in the street or beachcombing the seashore, you are never short things to find.