Arts and craft ideas, Days out, Educational activities, Sensory play
Learn how to make an easy magnetic sensory bottle that would be a great addition to any sensory play areas. They would also work as a calm down toy.
Drop painting is a fun way to explore painting using inks with pipettes and letting the colours slide down the watercolour paper.
Learn how to make some easy Scandinavian Gnomes to decorate your Christmas tree and learn about the folklore surrounding them.
Do your little ones always collect autumn leaves when they are out and about. We've been using our to make some cute leafy hedgehot pictures.
Try your hand at making an easy moveable owl puppets that can be not only a craft activity but a steam activity for preschoolers.
I have always found that children are fascinated with salt painting. This year we have been making firework salt paintings to celebrate bonfire night.
We have been re-descovering the joy of scrape art with these scrape art hearts. They make a great way to make homemade Valentine's Day cards.
Use some craft sticks to create a working craft stick crossbow that actually fires q-tips across the room.
Challenge your kids to build and race Lego wind racers. See who can design the coolest and fastest racer and get theirs across to the otherside.
Have you ever played a small ball maze puzzle? This is loo roll marble maze is a bigger homemade version that is fun for the whole family.
Learn how to make a spin drum in this easy step by step guide. Their fun for little children to make and play with.
Turn bits of cereal boxes into a Christmas cardboard jigsaw busy bag to keep little ones engaged this festive period.
We have been turning our old shoe boxes and loo rolls into a junk model haunted mansion to use in an invitation to play.
We have been exploring the creation of the Chinese calander and zodiac with this Lunar New Year Sensory Tray.
Turn your left over loo rolls into these sweet loo roll dinosaurs. A fun craft to do and then your little ones can play with them.