Tissue Paper Butterflies
Using liquid starch, we glued multicolored 2" tissue paper squares onto wax paper, covering it entirely. Students used one finger to hold down a corner of the tissue square making it is easier to keep it in place and straight while they brushed the liquid starch over it. The tissue should be completely wet but not dripping. Try not to let puddles of starch form. It really lengthens the drying time. I have the children place each square so that it overlaps the previous ones. It is important…
Ladybird Biscuits | Clare's Little Tots
This is actually the second time we have made these Ladybird Biscuits in a week as the first time I deleted all the photos by accident….and we ate them all. So we had no choice but to make them again! We’ve been finding so many ladybirds in the garden recently so we thought we’d have... Read more »
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Salt dough is very easy to make but it does take time to dry out, so if you need your ladybirds for a particular day, make sure you plan this particular craft in advance.