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Den Building and Fort Making fun for kids

Building dens is a great way to get your kids started on a kind of roleplay/let’s pretend activity. It is also an activity that can be done outdoors – in an organised space (like Ryton Pools), off the cuff in the back garden or if the rain does prevail then it can be done indoors. […]

Down on the Farm

Here in the Midlands we are very lucky to be surrounded by loads of different farm parks. Some are more expensive than others, but here are a few of our favourites. 1. Umberslade farm park http://www.umberslade.com Umberslade has been a regular haunt for us and for a year we had annual passes – which are […]

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 […]

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