It’s that time of the year when “winter is coming” and you can start teaching the kids all about snowmen and all that comes with the cooler months! How about a diy ball sorting game using coloured balls. Teach kids hand eye coordination coupled with colour recognition too.
Saturdays are for arts and crafts at our house and it’s the one day when we don’t mind a little mess here and there. We all have straws lying around the house so next time use them for this super fun painting technique. Watch my 4 year old narrate the entire procedure to you! Also
There are so many ways to teach using play methods with things lying around the house. Turn a regular playtime into a teaching opportunity. Here I’m working on counting skills and number recognition. Sometimes Children don’t require fancy toys just a parent who will sit on the floor with them and play.
Listen up Mommies and Daddies! Spend this Sunday at @MUJIindia ! They’re organising a Sushi Making Demonstration in partnership with Chef Vikram Khatri of @HelloGuppy at their Palladium store on 12th November , 4-6pm. For further details and to stay updated on their further events follow @MUJIIndia and inbox your contact details to them to
Children’s Day is approaching and #MarketcityMumbai brings a week-long #KidsFest for our little darlings! Block your calendar now and bring your little ones to our favourite mall @marketcitykurla from 10th to 19th November for amazing shopping offers on kids’ brands, meet & greet sessions with their beloved cartoon characters, crafts workshops, and so much more!
Diy Party decor using lanterns and paper cutouts. Easy art project that could be used to enhance your next event.
Hey Mums Of Mumbai! Introducing @vrunreal – a state of the art Virtual Reality Center recently opened at Pali Naka , Bandra! It’s spread across 3000 sq ft with over 750 games ideal for ages 4 years all the way upto 50! Be it Birthday party celebration or just a fun outing with the family
There are so many fun games for a Halloween themed party out there! This one in particular caught our eye. Build concentration and motor skills with this simple race using straws and toy spiders.
We can totally get on board with some of these simple Halloween themed arts and crafts that you could easily do with the kids to bring in this spooky October holiday! Handprint art never ceases to amaze us and a good old cotton ball ghost is a total winner! What say Mums?
Another Fun Halloween Activity perfect for this spooky holiday! All you need is black card paper, white paint and q tips! Love it.
Sometimes the simplest arts and crafts can put a smile on your children’s faces! These paper cup houses are just so easy yet totally adorable and a great way to spend time in this autumn break from schools!
Mommies if you’re spending Diwali at home do take the kids the kids for this fun new Lego movie! Playing in cinemas now all over India!