Not many words are needed for this post… The kids simply used marker pens to decorate empty milk cartons, filled them with water and placed them on top of strings of battery operated fairy lights. We headed to the beach as the sun went down. We reminded the children of the significance. We specifically remembered Johnny.
We love a themed bath! We set about making a spooky themed bathroom to relax in, we swapped the normal lightbulb for a red one, cut out bats from black card and stuck them to the wall, hung some plastic skeletons and chains from the shower curtain rail and put up a plastic scene setter over the window. We finished… View Post
One of our favourite things to do on a frosty morning is freeze bubbles!! Blowing them on cold mornings onto frosty grass results in them freezing into beautiful and delicate icy bubbles which shatter at a touch. But we didn’t want to wait until the arrival of the cold mornings so we did it in the warmth of the house… View Post
We headed to the woods for some spooky fun, we had our own ghost hunt after I had pre placed some paper cut out ghosts in the trees. We visited the library and chose some books, took our pop up tent & feasted on some yummies whilst reading our stories by torchlight. Once we had finished I managed to scare… View Post
We made a gruesome Halloween terror bear lucky dip. We’ve got lots more Halloween Ideas and some special Halloween for Toddlers activities too. Here’s what we did…
Do you enjoy collecting Conkers, Hazelnuts & Acorns? We do too but we also love this alternative idea. We decided we were going to make some yummy chocolate conkers… We used: A box of Toffifee A bar of milk chocolate Half a bar of Caramac chocolate Skewers String Here’s how did it.
Exactly what it says on the tin! Our chocolate goody filled xmas pudding is the perfect homemade surprise treat for Christmas Eve. Everyone needs a Christmas pudding!!! See more of our Magical Christmas Traditions and Fun! Here’s how we did it.