Today I’m joining in with the 100 Days of Play fiesta. One hundred bloggers from right around the world are bringing you a fabulous, frugal, fun play idea each day from 1st April through to 20th July. Read on for my favourite ways to use chalk, with ideas for art, games, math, literacy, action games and puppets.
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Today’s activities for toddlers post features some of our favourite ideas for science experiments, active play and having fun outdoors. They’ve all been tried, tested and approved by my own toddlers and are all based on having fun and learning through play.
This is part of our Just Right For Toddlers series, bringing your our best ideas for the lovely toddler stage.
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Thanking the Domestic Goddesque for kindly passing the torch over to my hands, with neither of us dropping it, I’m joining in the international group of bloggers who are joining forces to bring you lots of fun ideas to celebrate the Olympics with your children.
The Games give us the perfect reason to encourage our children to be fit and healthy and enjoy some active play. Here are three fun ring games you could try.
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The leap year is a difficult concept for children to understand – and for parents to explain! But one thing children can enjoy is jumping for joy. Adding in lots of action makes learning fun and provides enjoyable leap year activities. Combining gross motor play such as jumping and leaping with other activities is great for children who are learning through their whole body.
Here are 12 fun jumping games just right for celebrating the leap year.
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