Sensory play is a range of activities that stimulate children’s senses such as sight, sound, smell, taste or touch. By providing sensory activity children will learn more about the world around them in a natural way, through their senses
There are many sensory activities you can do at home with your children with objects you may already have. Take a look at some of my ideas.
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During this nice weather we have spent time enjoying some garden activities. Here are some idea for the garden to keep children entertained for hours. Continue reading “Garden Activities”
After making this colourful planting area I’ve decided to share how simple this was to make. Take a look at how I created this.. Continue reading “Planting Area”
This week we have been busy with lots of crafts and outdoors play. throughout the week we have been expanding our ideas and making props for our stories….
Baking fairy cakes with your children is an exciting experience for them. Not only do they spend quality time with you they also learn how to put together ingredient to make a yummy treat.
Here is a simple guide how to make fairy cakes and how you can involve your children. Continue reading “Baking Fairy Cakes”
Many people across the country and in wales celebrate St David’s Day – the first patron saint celebration of the year. This falls every year on the 1st March.
Take a look at some of the ideas I have to involve children in celebrating St Davids Day…
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Making up a treasure basket can encourage children to explore different household items. Here you can find out what is a good thing to have in there… Continue reading “Treasure Basket”
Here are some ideas for painted tube activities using recycled kitchen paper rolls.
This can support the multiple areas of the EYFS…. Continue reading “Painted Tube Activities”
Here are simple instructions on how to make your very own water beads sensory bottle
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Here are some role play ideas to support your child’s imagination.
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