On dark winter mornings, bring a little zing to your day with this lemon scented sight words sensory tub. The tub smells so good! It’s energising and lovely to play with, and it’s also great for some sigh words practise. Here’s how to dye and scent the rice, and a fun idea for sight words play.
Storytelling with play dough [Read more…]
If lollipops make your heart go giddy-up this Valentine crispy cake recipe is for you! Just three ingredients (with a few added decorations) and about 20 minutes to make, it’s a recipe the kids can do by themselves with a little supervision.
Valentine crispy cake recipe
To make around 20 small heart shaped lollipops you will need: [Read more…]
Based on a traditional Scandinavian craft this woven heart basket makes a great Valentine holder or fancy party bag!
Woven heart basket craft for Valentine’s Day
Make yourself a set of DIY texture cards and try these counting, sorting and matching games for preschoolers and toddlers.
Counting, sorting and matching games for preschoolers and toddlers [Read more…]
This Valentine craft uses a recipe for colored salt dough to make some pretty heart-shaped candle holders. It combines reading, math, fine motor skills and sensory exploring to make a lovely gift.
Homemade colored salt dough Valentine candle holders
Here’s lovely set of free printable alphabet cards along with great ideas for how to use them to help teach your child to read.