The messiest, most popular program of outdoor and process art to use at home or at school. Welcome to Art Camp!
Get to know the Earth with these geo-literacy world map activities for kids with a global perspective.
Geo-literacy world map activities for kids
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To round off our owl series, here are 30+ great owl activities, including owl crafts, math, science, art, language and games.
The Homemade Play Dough Recipe Book
Play dough is such a beneficial material for children to play with and so versatile that it can be used however old your children are, and whatever their passions might be.
The Homemade Play Dough Recipe Book brings you recipes and play ideas for a whole year of activities. It includes great ideas for sensory and imaginative play, creating small worlds, art projects, and math and literacy activities.
You can buy it now for $9.99.
Or, you can save money by buying this book as part of our premium bundle: see below for details.
What’s in the book [Read more…]
Brought to you by Melitsa of Raising Playful Tots and Cathy of NurtureStore, along with some of our favourite bloggers and authors, the Spring Learning Through Play special offer is now open – but for April 8th to April 14th only.
This special offer had now finished. All the books and resources are still available from the original authors – click through on each book’s link to get your copy.
We have put together a package worth over $130 – but available to you at a very special price – of e-books and resources, all based around Learning Through Play. This Spring Special Offer includes books, resources and an on-line course, and covers sensory play, outdoor play, art and crafts, positive parenting, learning to read and write, math and lots more. There’s so much in the bundle it will give you ideas to use with your children all spring and summer long. You’ll recognize the authors as the writers of some of your favorite blogs – check out the full details below to see who’s joining in.
Learning Through Play Spring special offer [Read more…]
My daughter is interested in learning how to read so I’m always looking for ways to add words in to our play. She enjoys reading books, but she’s still at the stage where that can feel like hard work sometimes. Adding words into our play gives her lots of opportunities to practice reading but it feels much more like fun than a lesson. Here’s a very simple but effective way to add in some reading to a story telling and art play time :: we’re using speech bubbles!