Join the Kids Co-op: play ideas from around the world

Thank you to all of you who shared play ideas with the Kids Co-op last week. Three ideas from last week’s Kids Co-op that you don’t want to miss are:

1. Putti Prapancha‘s super messy indoor fun.

2. 52 Brand New‘s super messy outdoor fun.

3. And My Little Happies fun ideas to bring a bear hunt to life.

What have you been playing this week?

You can join the Kids Co-op in two ways:

:: add a link to your play-based post here and have it shared on all the other blogs who are hosting. Please share a link to this post on your blog, facebook or twitter and invite your readers to join in with the idea swap.

:: become a Kids Co-op host yourself. We would like to grow and grow the link-up as a collaboration of child-focused bloggers. If you’d like to run the Kids Co-op link up along with us and feature it on your blog each week, get in touch and join the gang.

***Stop Press: we have a new facebook page: come and like the Kids Co-op and see the gallery of Kids Co-op hosts***


  1. says

    Thanks so much for featuring my Painting Like Pollock post. I am glad you enjoyed it. My kids loved it so much that we are going to do it again this weekend!

    I love your blog and what you do here… so many good ideas!

    • Cathy @ NurtureStore says

      Hi Maureen, I find the codes don’t seem to work for me on this blog as wordpress seems to alter them so no-one can copy them, but if you head over to Rainy Day Mum you can grab the code from her sidebar.

  2. says

    Hi Maureen! Thank you so much for featuring our Bear Hunt on your blog! I have enjoyed looking through and you have such great ideas! Thank you for the inspiration!! Please stop by again–I’d love to have you! Have a great day and I’ll be back again soon! (With pics of our own Easter bunnies!) Brooke

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