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Make a multiplication game using an egg box and ping pong balls for a playful way to learn maths! Yay for hands on, worksheet-free approaches to learning. This has been perfect for my older kids to practise multiplying numbers and rehearsing their times tables over and over again, and has been a fun break from...

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Make some beautiful leaf printing art using natural materials in any season! So simple and effective, easy enough for any age to enjoy! Printing is one of my most favourite art forms, along with collage and sculpture. I love how you can take simple household items, cut fruit and vegetables and many items from nature...

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Make a fantastic reading resource with this phonics cups literacy game for kids! Adaptable to suit different stages of phonics development, simple and quick to put together and perfect for both classroom and home learning.  Teaching phonics is such a vital part of reading development in young children. Partnered alongside recognising “tricky” words by sight,...

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Make some paper plate pizza fractions to learn about fraction facts in a fun, visual and hands on way that kids can really understand! Perfect for school aged kids to use both as a classroom maths learning activity and home learning fun too.  As this blog grows with the ages of my kids, now 9,...

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Make some beautiful flower print art using nature for inspiration and as a paintbrush! A perfect Spring Art Activity for kids to do in the classroom or at home. I recently received a lovely bunch of flowers for my birthday from my friend and of course, after a week or so, the stems began to...

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Make some calming eucalyptus play dough with this super simple, 4 minute no cook recipe, for an all natural play activity with the kids! Perfect for screen-free, end of the day wind down time to calm and re-focus overtired little minds, (and big ones too!) After eight years of writing this blog it’s no secret...

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Make this awesome Number Bonds to 10 Egg Game as a fun way to practise maths skills without a worksheet! Hands on, kinaesthetic learning is always the best way to truly understand a new learning concept and is perfect for young learners at both school and home. The plastic, hollow Easter eggs that are widely...

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Make some gorgeous DIY Easter Sensory Eggs for Babies and Toddlers using easy to find materials! Perfect as an unusual gift idea, when there’s been enough chocolate already! And brilliant size and shape for little hands to safely hold, mouth and explore by rolling, shaking and tapping. I am SUCH an early years teacher still,...

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Make a wonderful fluffy floam slime for sensory play, birthday party favours, tween play date activity and LOTS of fun! You will know by know that we are well and truly hooked on making slime recipes and trying out as many different varieties as we can! We have tried scenting it to make a wonderful...

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Make a simple toddler colour match fine motor game using balls and a muffin tin! So easy to set up and filled with plenty of learning opportunities through play. We have been re-visiting lots of our favourite toddler and preschooler play ideas from years gone by now that my fourth child has turned 3! So...

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