Zero to Two: The Book of Play is the ultimate resource of activities for babies and toddlers and it is available to download right now! I am so excited to join with a wonderful group of 25 contributors from all around
In preparation for Australia Day next week, I decided to create a batch of play dough in our national colours of green and gold. This lemon and eucalyptus no-cook play dough takes just five minutes to make and it smells gorgeous!
This is one of our favourite activities – exploring chalk and water. It is my “go to” activity when I need something for R to do while I’m making dinner. It’s also a perfect rainy day activity. There’s something relaxing about
We really have some truly unique and beautiful seed pods here in Australia, don’t we? Our home is filled with pods of all shapes and sizes which we have collected on our daily walks. Recently we were lucky enough to come
Welcome back to another week of Tuesday Tots! Tuesday Tots is a weekly link up of activities especially suited for the under fives. It is a fantastic resource of ideas for kids to play and learn and is co-hosted by Rainy
Goop. Ooblek. Slime. Whatever you like to call it, the classic corn flour and water experiment is one of those activities that never gets old. We’ve been making this for three years now and R (who’s now 5) still loves it.
Here’s a simple Halloween sensory play idea that will excite your child’s imagination. Using just a few simple items, little witches and wizards can start brewing their magic potions. ‘ Last week R came up to me and said “I want
This snowy sensory tub is quick and easy to set up – just add shaving foam for a soft wintery scene. Add some natural elements like branches and pebbles and let the imaginative play begin! R (4 yrs at the time
A couple of months ago I wrote a post sharing ten quotes about the importance of play. Even the simplest play activity can offer a multitude of learning opportunities and our pretend play in the kitchen is a perfect example. This activity