Although my son (2.5yrs) doesn’t yet understand the concept of years, I still wanted to do something to celebrate the start of 2014 with him. So here is our …
Month: December 2013
Yesterday we had a little post-Christmas party at our house and I made some fun new Christmas play dough for our friends to try out.
I’ve been looking for some great savory recipes to make with my son, so here are our toddler made cheese crackers!
These glitter window clings are so easy to make – and either loose glitter or glitter glue can be used.
These painted dried pasta shapes in Christmas colours were glittery too!
We melted plastic cups and made them into ornaments – an unusual craft with pleasing results.
My son (2.5 years) goes to preschool two mornings a week so I wanted to help him make some festive teacher appreciation gifts.
We celebrated the arrival of our Christmas tree by using one of the trimmed branches to paint with. Then we made some ornament art to go with it!
This clothes fastenings board includes buttons, Velcro, snaps and a zip – perfect for practicing fine motor skills!
It feels like we haven’t made any paper plate crafts for ages, so with Christmas coming I thought we should make a paper plate Santa!
I’ve been excited to start the wonderful tradition that is the Elf on the Shelf. But would my 2.5 year old understand what was going on?
Here are 30 amazing Christmas play recipes that the kids will love! Including play dough, slime, goop, clay, and salt dough!
This frugal snowflake card craft is made from card, contact paper, sequins and glitter.
We made this fun snowman suncatcher craft when we had some friends over to play.
What could be better than playing with Christmas slime to celebrate the festive season?!?