So we got the new Annabel Karmel book recently and I decided to have a go at a couple of things on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
Finlay’s Bushcraft & Survival Tips – here is our 11 year old Scout sharing how to collect water with only natural materials.
These are our Easter baking and craft activities from last year.
Mother’s Day is special to every Mummy and especially in our house as I first became a Mummy back in 2006 on Mother’s Day. Continue reading “Mother’s Day Wish List”
Here is a very quick and easy craft activity for little ones of all ages. Continue reading “Milk carton bird feeder”
We held this party outside in December! (mad, yes!) however it was a party that will be remembered. We erected a tent with 2 tables and filled two large military thermos boxes with hot dogs and each child had a party bag with their lunch in – crisps, drink and cake. Also supplied was an urn with tea/coffee and hot dogs for the grown ups as this encouraged parents to stay and was more hands on deck!
We had saved old ice cream tubs for months and each child got given a packet of cornflour (cheap to bulk buy) and access to the red/green paint. They had a great time making cornflour gloop to a consistency they could use to splat with! This bit took a little supervision/mucking in by all. Dougie with the help of Finlay and some older ones took charge of all the children, building bases for each team with sticks etc and marked the base by red/green flags. Co-ordinated by Dougie battles commenced, and the object of each round was to defend your base, splat each other and advance to be the 1st to gain the opposing teams flag.
To entertain further there were targets to throw at and two piñatas.