The children love to play on the floor with their box of cars and it’s a perfect activity for a rainy day.
I made an easy mood board for Boo, 3, to explore her understanding of emotions and to have some fun arranging.
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.
Who doesn’t love a Christmas Jumper? Here’s a fabulous way to get the toddlers to design their own with a really simple, cheap and effective idea…
How adorable is this Rudolph Christmas card? Imagine how lovely it would be to receive it. And it’s so easy to make!
We love the Autumn and it really is the most wonderful time to find plenty of autumnal natural treasures to use in crafts and play. And what a better way to do this than to make your very own hedgehog family out of pinecones.
Learning to read and write can be achieved in so many fun ways and learning through play is a fabulous place to start.