I have not posted in a while. With lockdown lifted we try our best to get out for walks and other activities. Here’s our last indoor project idea. Make some stamps for painting from celery, lemons, apples or patatoes. Get a big cardboard and some paint and let the mess begin. Do make sure to […]
Go out and gather plants, petals, flowers, acorns, moss, feathers and any other interesting resources. On some cardboard draw some girls with puffy dresses. You could instead make animals, monsters or houses, anything your kids like. Glue the plants in place.
Get a transparent bowl, fill it with water and put things in it to observe if they float or sink. Better done in the garden to look for things. Learn about density and porosity and why things float. After the game this ended up being a witch potion
Insects, snails and frogs. Used glitter because they were meant to be used in a fairy garden for my little ones. I used acrylic pains as well as acrylic markers and spray for waterproof finish.
Bowls, spoons, baking trays and any other unwanted pots plus loads of mud, leaves, flowers, stones, glitter, sprinkles and water. Let the cooking begin.
Make an outdoor bed. I used the trampoline and added pillows and blankets, but you can use a paddling pool or just put blankets on the grass if not wet. Watch the clouds or stars, have a snack, count birds and admire the nature.
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.
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 pizza, soups and pasta.