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.
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.
Children love to dress up and run wild with their imaginations and this is the perfect craft to combine the joys of a gluing and sticking craft together with an end result of a magical butterfly outdoor adventure….
Today Noah and Honey Bear decided to go on an adventure deep into the forest in search of a waterfall…
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 was a beautiful day for a walk in the mountains…
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.