Get all the bits and bobs you can find (buttons, peebles, gems, pasta) and some frames or embroidery hoops and let the child create different images or scenes.
Very short and easy experiment to explain surface tension to kids. Pour water on a plate, sprinkle glitter on top, dip finger in dish soap and watch the glitter floating [...]
Make some rainbow magic salt jars using fine salt and chalk. Just pour some salt on a paper and rub the chalk on the salt until you get the desired [...]
We are trying to make the most of the snow indoors and outdoors as it's unlikely to have it for long. Here's an indoor idea with snow. Bring some snow [...]
If you like me keep fabric scraps here's an idea. Get some cardboard and glue and some markers. They can do anything rainbows, cars, butterflies. We went for houses this [...]
Use plastic cups to build castles and towers. This will help with fine motor skills, precision and basic notions of architecture. When finished with that ideea find a pin pong [...]
This was entirely Sophie's ideea. She misses her granny and wanted to pretend she is at hers and they go to the beach. Giving the lockdown and middle of winter [...]
Get the kids to make some cards using A4 foam sheets, stickers, glue and other crafts materials. Have fun.
Here is an alternative to the traditional paper chain Christmas garland. Make little paper baubles using 5 strips of paper (or any uneven number). Staple the top together. Cut the [...]
Teach the kids more about their family with this crafty cardboard project. Involves drawing, cutting, sticking, writing, research (call family to ask names, look up people online, if your kids [...]