It seems that there is a day set aside to celebrate pretty much anything, and today is International Dinosaur Day! I didn’t realise such a thing existed until this year either, but it seemed like the perfect time to share some of our favourite dinosaur activities that any KS1 child will love.
Now I would love to take credit for this dinosaur world, but it was all the Bear. Both my children are pretty creative so when either of them comes to me and says that they want to make something, I am pretty indulgent and on a whole – unless they ask for help – I leave them to it. So, when she said she was making a dinosaur world it was no big surprise as she is always making something,… Keep Reading
You must have been there. You’ve ran out of bubbles from that single bottle provided and your kids are demanding more. You mix water and washing up liquid together in a vague recollection that it makes bubble solution, but the truth is that they never quite work. We’ve played around with different mix levels for years, and we’ve finally found a formula that works.
Storm Ciara has kept us indoors this week, so the craft trolley has taken a serious hammering. I love that my children love creating things as much as I do so when the Little Man came in after having a wee with two toilet roll holders asking to make some spiders, this is what we came up with together. Quick and easy enough for little ones to make, this is a simple craft that will help keep toddlers and pre-schoolers… Keep Reading
These photo’s have been hiding in my laptop for the last few years and when I came across them this year, I thought it was time to share Henry’s tiny baby feet! We’ve always made our own Christmas cards as not only is it a wonderful way to get creative at Christmas, but it also is a great way for tracking little ones as they grown. A few years ago we made these handmade snowman cards and here’s how you… Keep Reading