Play Dough Mermaid Tails - Wings and Roots
Make some wonderful mermaids using plastic figures and play dough. An activity to develop creativity and fine motor skills in toddlers and preschoolers.
Ocean Sensory Tray with Frozen Rice - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun invitation to play on a hot day using frozen rice to keep the kids cool! With sea shells, fish and sea creatures it makes a great play prompt for ocean themed play and learning activities. If you’ve been a reader of this blog or a follower of my Facebook page for the...Read More »
Ideas - Hobbycraft Blog
Getting the art supplies out on a rainy afternoon when I was younger was always one of my favourite things to do. It’s a great craft to sit down and do as a family, creating a lovely family piece of artwork that can be hung in pride of place on the...
The Magnolia State
This week we learned about our great state, Mississippi. The first thing the students wanted to learn was how to spell Mississippi. It didn't take them long to learn and they were soon seeing who could spell it the fastest! The students learned many great facts about our state, we made a broadcast from our class. Check it out below!! Throughout the week we did many Mississippi inspired crafts. Here students created a magnolia flower, the state flower of the "Magnolia State." We then found…
Pregnancy, baby and toddler health information at BabyCentre UK
BabyCentre is the most complete online resource for new and expectant parents featuring resources such as unique baby names, newborn baby care and baby development stages
25 Under The Sea Crafts for Kids
Whether you go to the beach this summer or not, these under-the-sea crafts are sure to please. Kids love exploring the ocean - the waves, the fish, the sand, the mermaids. That's why these 25 under the sea crafts for kids are perfect for making memories with your children this summer. The best part is you don't have to visit the ocean to explore it with your kiddo's. Happy Crafting! 25 Under The Sea Crafts for Kids This starfish is pretty enough to frame, and believe it or not - it's made…
Seaside in a jar - summer holiday keepsake
Ruby recently made a 'beach in a jar' at school, and it was such a sweet idea, we decided to recreate it again at home. It's a lovely way to remember a beach holiday, and display shells and stones collected from the shore. Our first basic one consisted of just sand, shells and stones, but she soon got more adventurous and wanted to create little scenes, so we made a crab and net scene, one with a mermaid and one with a pirate chest full of treasure! Raid the toybox for small suitable toys…