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cheesy biscuits

We have a really quick and easy cooking activity today. My little boy is obsessed with cheese, and I mean completely obsessed with cheese – he would live just on cheese if he could!- so I decided to make these with him. I found a brilliant, and really simple recipe whilst searching for inspiration on […]


Easter activities

So it is Easter. To reflect this and to entertain the children throughout the school holidays, amongst other things, we have been doing some easter themed crafts and activities. We have made easter bonnets, easter cards, easter masks and even incorporated some shredded wheat chocolate nests. Easter Masks The masks are from a multipack I […]

T-shirt printing

Today we did a really simple and fun activity – t-shirt printing.     We started with plain white t-shirts, from a multipack of t-shirts, metallic fabric paint, in easy to use squeeze tubes and some paint stamps.         For Rachel we had heart and butterfly stamps. And for Jack we had […]


fun with playdough

This post is all about the shop-bought variety of playdough! I will, inevitably, at some stage show you all how easy (and cheap!) it is to make your own playdough because it is actually a lot more simple than some might think, but Jack had saved up his pocket money especially so that he could buy some! And there […]

Making butterfly handprint picture

This was a great activity and produced a really impressive finished article. (well I think so anyway). In general I am not a massively inventive or crafty person.Most things I attempt do work (of a fashion), but they are generally not of a particularly brilliant calibre. This one, however, worked out ok. I am not […]

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