We've been inspired yet again by that loveable book character Stick Man & created these yummy Bonfire Night treats. Stick Man just seems perfect for Autumn activities & celebrations, although obviously, we wouldn't want him to get too close to a bonfire! These Stick Man cakes are a tasty simple treat for kids to make & share with friends.
Looking for a simple activity for a children's party, or a last minute outfit for a Halloween party? This Gruffalo Mask is ideal & super easy for all ages to make. It even doubles up as a party bag to take treats home in!
It's that time of year where pumpkins are everywhere! If your kids are keen to decorate a pumpkin but too young to carve one, or you don't fancy the mess that comes with painting one, then this is a perfect pumpkin craft for you. It's a great activity for encouraging fine motor skills & hand-eye coordination, & the finished product makes a great illuminated decoration that's bright & colourful.
If your children are fans of Stick Man they're sure to love this fun DIY Notebook. It's super easy to make, & ideal to use for drawings, stories or as nature jotters for Forest School.
We're big fans of the storybook "Stick Man" by Julia Donaldson & it's been a firm favourite in our house for many years. Following on from our Upcycled Stick Man we thought we'd create something that might inspire some creative writing & encourage us to create our own Stick Man story. Not only is this Stick Man Pencil ideal for that, but it's also perfect for Forest School activities, & great for encouraging imaginative play. And he's super simple to create too.
Looking for a Stick Man craft to accompany the classic storybook by Julia Donaldson? This simple craft is perfect for all ages to create, & ideal for encouraging imaginative play, storytelling & more. Not only is this story prop cute, but he's also eco-friendly as he's made from just one recycled item, making him a fun & frugal craft to make.
Looking for an activity for the Easter Holidays? These DIY Bunny Tote Bags are a fun & simple activity for kids of all ages to make, & a great way to upcycle plain canvas bags.
Holy Week, the week leading up to Easter Day, carries with it a rollercoaster of emotions which are sometimes difficult to explore with children. With this in mind, we've put together 9 activities for children of all ages which enable them to explore the journey through Holy Week in an interactive, child-centred way, helping them prepare for the joy of Easter Day.
These beautiful Rainbow Hearts are perfect for Valentine's or Mother's Day & fun for all ages to create. I've made them several times now with different groups of children of various ages & they're always a big hit, especially when they see the final result.
Like many of you, we're big fans of small world play & anything miniature so you can imagine how much excitement has been had with this mini matchbox Nativity. It's a perfect craft if you're exploring the Nativity story, & just the right size for kids to hold in their hands or pop into a pocket or bag.
One of our favourite family traditions, as we prepare for Christmas, is our Advent Box. It's not packed with loads of Christmas decorations, sweets, expensive gifts & tinsel, but instead, it's filled with a variety of items for us to explore the Christmas Story together throughout December.