We received a Japanese ghost book as a gift and decided to find out more about it!
Month: October 2013
This week we used pipe cleaners and straws to make straw bracelets – a perfect fine motor skill activity!
The leaves have only just turned near our house, so we’re finally starting our fall leaf activities! I think the colours are so beautiful; it’s a wonderful time of …
These craft stick photo puzzles are fun to play with and also make great gifts!
I’ve been learning fast about arts and crafts for toddlers and young children, but when it comes to science experiments I haven’t a clue! Luckily I managed to get …
Did you know how good jigsaw puzzles are for working on fine motor skills? My toddler has recently got completely obsessed with them so I love to see him …
I used my son’s artwork to make these super easy AND frugal personalised magnet gifts.
Recently we were invited to try out a new Lego rental service called Pleygo. Here’s what we thought about it.
A great collection of art, crafts, activities and more that all feature construction vehicles.
It’s the second week of Fine Motor Fridays! We had SUCH fun with this spray painting activity, not least because it also included bashing chalk and spraying water!
We got creative with this fill-a-truck fun activity!
As I have absolutely no experience at carving pumpkins, we tried out three kid friendly pumpkin decorating ideas that don’t involve carving!
I am so excited to be part of an amazing group of bloggers that are participating in 31 Days of ABCs. We have all chosen a letter to write about, …
These play dough birds are a fun fine motor skills activity that was super quick to put together – and I just love the results!
I had such fun crafting this spoooooooky Halloween wreath!