Mark making is not all about writing letters and drawing pictures there are many fun ways to encourage children to enjoy making marks. Here are some of the things we do to support mark making Continue reading “Mark Making”
During the warm weather we have enjoyed a range of water play activities. Take a look at what we have been up to and enjoy these at home with your little ones. Continue reading “Water Play”
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….
I’ve spent many hours fascinated by the movement of this rainbow sensory bottle, especially the way the baby oil moved through the water beads. Take a look at this video link Rainbow sensory bottle (Instagram)
Now you have enjoyed watching this here is a simple guide on how you can make this yourself… Continue reading “Rainbow Sensory Bottle”
St Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March.
Here are some activities and ideas to involve children in celebrating St Patrick’s Day.. Continue reading “St Patrick’s Day Activities”
Here are some activities you can do with play dough to support children’s development. Take a look at some of my ideas…
Continue reading “Play Dough Activities”
Making play dough can be simple using ingredient that you may already have in the back of your cupboards. follow the simple steps to create your own play dough. Continue reading “Making Play Dough”
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”