Bowls, spoons, baking trays and any other unwanted pots plus loads of mud, leaves, flowers, stones, glitter, sprinkles and water. Let the cooking begin.
Autumn is almost gone so here's a play idea with everything you can think of related to autumn, water and kitchen utensils - autumn soup play.
Cool autumn decorations using pinecones, paper, felt, clay, glue and eyes.
Get out, gather leaves of all kind then bring them in. Paint one side and stick them to a cardboard then remove to leave their trace. Explain the names of [...]
I go often to farms to pick fruit or pumpkins, but this activity is great for learning more about farming, harvest, plants and how the food grows. You need a [...]
Easy sensory bin play with uncooked pasta and autumn related materials (cones, nuts, chestnuts, leaves and other natural materials). Just let the children mix and play. My eldest made me [...]
You might have seen photos online of a popular experiment for children to learn about how water travels through plants. You are supposed to put food colouring in water, put [...]
This is an easy and colourful summer activity. You need water, flowers and kitchen utensils (I added flower buttons too and she pretended the were salt and spices). These flowers [...]
Get a piece of yarn, some colours and sheets of cardboard and try these flowers. I used water and liquid watercolours (yes, a big fan of them here) but you [...]
Play idea involving very realistic worms made of pasta and soil made of coffee grounds. What I used: Boiled spaghetti; Coffee grounds; Bag of plastic bugs (link below); Wood chips; [...]