Fun Rainbow Activities for Kids
Spring is almost here and for us that means Spring showers and sunshine which of course means Rainbows – these are some of the fabulous Rainbow Activities linked up to Tuesday Tots this week.
A gift of curiosity had lots of fun with dyed pasta rainbow threading – perfect for fine motor skills for your tots and a lovely colourful variation on the rainbow theme.
Teaching Little Ones at Home used a seed catalogue to create a rainbow with different colours – I love the use of the circle punch another fabulous fine motor activity
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Building Snowmen – Indoor Snow Day Activities
Even more Indoor Snow Day Activities for kids, with some snowmen building. With enough snow outside and a poorly T we’ve been playing with the snow indoors a lot this time building mini snowmen, so grab a box go out and collect some snow and get ready to have some indoor snow day activities fun with your kids this winter.
What you need to create a mini snowman building kit
Decorative Pebbles Children’s Socks Ribbons Craft Sticks
Mini Snowman Building for some Indoor Snow Day Activities Fun
With a box of snow
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Snow Bath – Indoor Snow Day Activities
Indoor Snow Day Activities are essential for us at the moment, we’re just out of hospital with T and she’s recovering but still not up for long time activities out in the snow so we brought the snow inside for her. I’ve looked at the themed baths that The Imagination Tree and Growing a Jeweled Rose have posted in the past and never attempted one of my own but today we took the plunge and took the snow indoors for some indoor snow day activities fun at home.
What you need to
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Playdough is such an great activity in our kids – I keep a box available at all times with different tools and things that J and T can play with when they want and know that when I get it out that means that I have time to clean, tidy, have a cup of coffee (OK maybe not that last one as they seem to have a mummy wants a coffee sensor). We’ve got festive with our playdough this year and made up 2 different batches that just scream Christmas from the second you open the bags
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Back in the Autumn we made blackberry play dough using some foraged blackberries – from that picking I froze some of the berries and have got them out again – once defrosted they didn’t seem great for cooking with and I’m fully stocked with Jelly so I made another batch of blackberry playdough.
Blackberry play dough smells devine and even though the blackberries aren’t exactly a festive berry it still makes me feel christmasy – I added a tea spoon of cinnamon in this time and every time the kids play with the dough it releases the most
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Making Blackberry Playdough and Autumn Blog Hop
It’s Autumn time and we’re doing some fun Autumn activities at the moment enjoying the last weeks of warmth before Autumn closes in completly and one of the things we have done is collecting Blackberries from the bushes in the local park and woods. Our first foraging activity was a little bit of a disaster in the fact that we collected very few blackberries not enough to make anything with so instead I took it as an opportunity to make some blackberry playdough with J and T.
When we got home I
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We’re back with another outside play party and this months theme is Apples so we did a very unoriginal idea but a first for us and did some apple printing. We have an apple tree in the jungle garden and picked some of the apples from under neath it to use in our printing.
I started off by cutting the apple into various different segments – J loved the cut that showed the star in the middle, but we also had triangles, circles, apple shaped and squashed hearts which he could
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