This week on “Motor Skill Monday” we tried out an interesting activity of threading pieces of straw together to make a DIY necklace and bracelet. I highly recommend this for ages 2.5 and older as it’s optimal for fine motor skills. It’s quite helpful for them to recognise and sort their colours and also develop
I don’t know about you guys but we just love DIY projects that can be put to good use! Giftwrapping is fun and a well wrapped present shows the giver cares and would bring a smile on any recipients face! For lack of better option I created this paper flower for my gift from scratch
Create your own counting game with a hungry crocodile and some fruitsor toys. Using things around the house gets children super excited.
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.
Hey guys checkout these easy origami Christmas trees we made and used for our gift packaging! This is an amazing activity to try out with your kids and help them with their origami skills which will definitely enhance motor skills. It can also be used for your secret Santa gifts, as Christmas tree ornaments and
Penne Christmas trees if you’re not ready for the real one! A glue gun, some green paint and some pasta. Need we say more?
Build motor skills with a cutting busy box enhancing motor control and at the same times keeping your children entertained.
We’re always saving our kitchen rolls around the house and this time we put them to good use! This simple arts and crafts activity will not end up disappointing with some fabulous results. Create rockets ships using paints, paper and glue along with some kitchen rolls. Watch the full video on our You Tube channel.
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.
Diy Party decor using lanterns and paper cutouts. Easy art project that could be used to enhance your next event.
Here’s our very own version of Trick Or Treat bags! Decorate your candy with extra orange wrappers with a “BOO” for added effect! Don’t forget to add some black chart paper bat wings and some white ghosts! Play around with these colours and you’ve got yourself some happy kids!
After several requests from my 6 year old I finally succumbed to trying out home made “Slime”! Just using 3 ingredients easily available on Amazon ( Borax powder, School Glue and good colouring) we ended up with a decent enough version of Slime to keep the kids happy! Checkout this full on tutorial and try