Art inspired by nature, and using an interesting combination of watercolour paint and fine markers, we’re paining sunflowers.
One of my girls is so romantic, and this rose petal sensory play tub was made just for her. It smells wonderful and gives children a new natural material to explore – and it’s lovely for imaginary play.
Rose petal sensory play tub [Read more…]
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.
Sand pit fairy garden for small world play [Read more…]
This soothing lavender sensory tub is just the thing for a hot summer’s day, or just before bedtime.
Soothing lavender sensory tub
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
Sandcastle messy play with a homemade cloud dough recipe is perfect for summer days when you can’t get to the real beach – or when you want a relaxing sensory playtime in the shade of your own home. Here’s the recipe:
Sandcastle messy play :: homemade cloud dough recipe [Read more…]
A free printable reading record that you can use with your child to encourage regular reading practise, perhaps as part of a summer reading scheme.