I love it when I get to work with brands that are so aligned to my parenting style and philosophy. The second I heard from Nina I was so excited to jump on board with Panda Post Learning. My blog has always focused on fun learning ideas and activities to do with your kids. Its… Read More Making Learning Fun with Panda Post Learning
Yaaay for warmer days and longer hours of sunshine. I’ve missed outdoor activities with the boys so much and in the past two weeks every day after work we try to fit in some “play time”. Most of these can be done in a smaller outdoor area, so if you’re in a high rise with… Read More 20 Outdoor Activities To Do With The Kids
Its been a while since I’ve posted a sensory craft and to be honest I’ve missed the time with my boys. They get so excited when mama pulls out the activity tray and want to help with everything. At a recent Prima Toy Event on of my favourite toys that launched (stay tuned for a… Read More Cloud Dough Sensory Tray
I’m a huge advocate of Montessori, in particular in the early learning phases of a child’s life. They say people come into your life for a reason and my friend Mandy did just that. A trained Montessori teacher, Mandy opened up my eyes to learning and development in children. We used to have the most… Read More Montessori Inspired Activities for Toddlers
A soft, fizzy dough to make sandcastles with the magically turns into a playdough consistency, this recipe literally has it all for kids and may just have become my favourite ! We started off by combining equal amounts of cornflour (cornstarch) and bicarbonate of soda. I was running out of cornflour so I think my
I did it! I finally got around to trying out this “slime” recipe and I am ecstatic, it is by far the most favourite one I have done. I say “slime” because it’s not really a “slimy” texture. It’s more of a super soft playdough, or a combination of playdough with the viscosity of slime.
If you follow me on instagram you would have seen that this week we were given some awesome products from Zimpli Kids to try out with the boys. Gelli Baff and Slime Baff were designed for bath time or water play. They are 100% Safety and dissolve away completely.
If you are a huge fan of slime like we are in our house, then you will notice that a large majority of the slime recipes do contain harsher ingredients like glue, detergents or borax. This can irritate little hands (though we have been fine) and its also crucial that this play should be supervised… Read More Edible Slime Recipes
A while back I helped out at my son’s playschool and the theme for the week was “Night Sky”. I had so much fun researching and testing out activities and crafts to do with the kids. I settled on two hands on crafts for the children, one being a galaxy playdough. It wasn’t just normal… Read More Perfect Puffy Paint
It’s been a while since we did this one, in fact shockingly, I don’t think I’ve ever made it for my youngest ! (Hides behind hands). Moon Sand or Cloud dough as its sometimes referred to in the USA promises at least 40 minutes to an hour of exploration for my little ones. With a… Read More Cloud dough/ Moon sand recipe