Do your children like to create and play with small worlds? My girls always have one or two landscapes on the go at any one time. Today B made a fairy garden in the sand pit which she declared ‘the sweetest thing I’ve ever made’ – so I had to show it to you. It’s lovely, and also a good reminder that the simplest of ‘loose parts’ and a child’s imagination can combine to create great things.
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Do you remember making petal perfume when you were a child? It’s a lovely garden sensory play idea I’m keen to pass on to my daughter. Here’s how we made ours:
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Such a pretty seaside craft for kids, and a lovely memento of a beach holiday: here’s how to make a shell mobile.
How to make a shell mobile :: seaside craft
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Summer is here and we’re starting to eat lots of home-grown food from our Garden Classroom. Here are some important garden activities for July that you can enjoy with your children.
Garden Activities for July
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Today we’re enjoying some midsummer messy play with a sunshine sensory tub!
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