Here’s a super fun kids’ science experiment from the new Tinkerlab book :: we’re making naked eggs that bounce!
Here are some easy Easter crafts, made from recycled materials. We have a cute Easter chick and some woolly lambs. With an open invitation to pick your own materials and think up your own design, this craft session is packed with creativity.
Easy Easter crafts :: chicks and lambs [Read more…]
Hello! What does Easter look like in your house? Do you celebrate it, or Passover, or another spring festival? I’m always interested in hearing how other families mark the start of spring, especially as we have so many international readers. Will you email me back – or leave a comment if you’re reading on the blog – and tell me what traditions you have in your family? ~ Cathy
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Here’s this week’s Play Planner
A favourite spot in our garden classroom, this fairy garden design is great for promoting magical imaginary play, and a delight for the senses.
How to make a fairy garden for magical imaginary play
For some pretty spring art for kids, using an interesting painting technique, try these beautiful watercolor flowers.