WE LOVE #PASTA NECKLACES This is a fun and usually pretty readily available activity you can set up to help develop your children’s fine motor skills, concentration and persistence. It is also a meaningful gift to gift to people they love shall they choose (grandma's I hear love to sport the pasta jewellery look) This can...
The Magic of Puff Painting What child doesn’t love a bit of #magic in their art creations, this is just bit of a twist on the old #everydaypainting but adds in some fun science concepts as well as a pretty magic 3D result with their pictures in the end which is always a bit special. All...
Collage Frames This is such a fun open-ended activity and can be adapted and used in so many ways… and can be extended by letting your children take part in collecting the items for the experience. You could even go for a nature walk as a family making it even more of a special activity or...
Muhahahaha did i get you with that title? I hate to break it to you but I'm not really going to tell you about our real life #toilettroubles but we will talk toilets!!! One must always own a classy toilet squirting in your face game… (In this case #ToiletTrouble is your game by Hasbro) Skylar was...
Exploring the process of freezing and melting Let's be honest there isn’t much magic to this experience for our old adult eyes but children are so lucky they still get the excited twinkle in their eyes as they explore new concepts and question “whys and hows”. For our magic ice experiment you are really exploring the...
Colour Explosions Anything vinegar and baking soda is an absolute hit in our house… and we have found many a ways to use it but I do try to incorporate some sneaky fine motor development in, at the same time as exploring science conceptions such as reactions. "This experience is one where you might just have...
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