Create your own counting game with a hungry crocodile and some fruitsor toys. Using things around the house gets children super excited.
It’s Motor Skills Monday. We’re bringing you different activities you can engage your kids with to enhance their motor skills and keep them busy. Playing with stickers can help kids with so many skill areas! Stickers are an Occupational Therapist’s secret weapon. Peeling the stickers requires a neat pincer grasp in order to pull up
Use the larger Lego blocks to create fun patterns while painting. Introducing new techniques helps kids to improvise and become more creative. Think of other things around the house that you can use too. Any suggestions?
Our weekend video is up on You Tube and this Sunday we tried out Sugar Rainbow Cookies. This activity is a bit tricky but a lot of fun. Make sure you try this without the little ones around or with older kids as it requires some skills but trust me if I could do it
Hey guys we’re back with another fun video that’s up On our You Tube channel. These simple origami butterflies are great as an activity to do with your child or even use them for decorations on your gift wrapping. They work great as 3D art too! Try them out! Don’t forget to hit Like and
An ingenious idea to create an engaging game for the kiddos at home using just duck tape and paper cups. This helps immensely building skills with all the aiming and coordination that is required!
New Years Party will get much more exciting with some games! This one with M&Ms, a straw and paper plates is easy to plan and too much fun to play!
17th December 2017 9:45 am: We reached the park and the crowd was already building. There were lines already formed even before the ticketing counters were open. Strong advice to you all, please buy your tickets online, as the lines can get long. We were taken to the express counter where a helpful emloyee handed
It’s getting close to Christmas Day and @hamleys_india is now the North Pole! If you haven’t already visited, you must take your kids to the nearest Hamleys store for a visual treat with the cutest decor and an actual post box for children to post their letters to Santa. If you’re lucky, you might just
Some Sunday Christmas art idea for you! Easy thumbprint Santa and his reindeer. Try it out!
If you’re at home on weekends here’s an easy recipe to make your own paints! And the best thing is they’re puffy paints! All you require are 3 ingredients ( glue, shaving cream and food colour) and you can create awesome patterns and leave them out to Dry! The final effect is phenomenal! My daughter
Make your own postbox to send those letters to Santa to the North Pole. All you need is a cardboard box, red, black and green card paper and some white paints or snowflake stickers.