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We all know that Build A Bear is an awesome destination to take the kids for an unforgettable day out, but we found some of the coolest ideas to take …
Dinosaur Fossils Play: Get Your Prehistoric Craft on with this cool activity! A perfect cheap activity for a dinosaur themed birthday party… Making a dinosaur fossil out of plaster of …
Making your own chalk is surprisingly easy and lots of fun. Pick up some cheap novelty ice cube trays or chocolate moulds to make fun shapes – look out for Christmas, Easter or Halloween trays to make seasonal themed chalks. Try packaging your chalk in a smart box to make an impressive homemade gift or birthday party favour.
Are you looking for some Easter Activities that don’t focus on chocolate or the Easter Bunny? We’ve found some fabulous ways to explore the Easter Story through craft, with options for kids of all ages.
I love the lead up to Easter – there are so many cute craft ideas out there and none of the rush and stress that comes at Christmas time. Here are some ideas to give as Easter gifts (without the calories and allergy friendly!), art for the kids to create, and some ideas for the adults too.
This Christmas card is easy for the adult to prepare and for a young child to make. It is an educational activity too, as children are challenged to order the strips of paper from longest to shortest.
Ever wondered what to do with all the end bits of crayons you end up with when you have kids? Sometimes it seems such a waste to throw them away, but if your kids are anything like mine they don’t want to use those silly little bits they can’t hold onto properly. Here is a great way to use them up.
We love making homemade gifts and what better than Christmas Tree Decorations. My kids had a ball making these and they look amazing. We are going to attach little gift tags and use them as teacher gifts, as well as for family and friends
This pencil pot is a great rainy day activity to do with the kids. They can make it as colourful as they like, or experiment with different patterns. Best thing is it holds lots of pencils and crayons for the next craft activity!
We recycle everything at our house for crafts, today we looked at all of our bits and pieces and decided milk bottles were the challenge today. My toddler and I thought that some shoes would be heaps of fun to make and to play with after.
It is fantastic talking about the seasons with my toddler, autumn is the best for craft! This is great for so many things – getting out in the garden to collect things and learning letters are just a couple of things that your child will get out of this super easy craft.