I don’t know quite what it is about emojis but my kids love them – and in fairness I’m probably one of those people who really overuses them too! Emoji activities for kids are great because it’s an excuse for them to be creative while also making something that they really like – it’s so much easier to get the kids to make or do something when it’s something they’re actually interested in!
I think I might love Moana as much as my kids do? I’ve definitely been guilty of putting You’re Welcome on while I do the ironing of a morning! If your kids love Moana then you’ll love these fun Moana crafts and activities for kids – we’ve got everything from bingo to flower crowns and necklaces – perfect if you need some activities for a Moana party or just if you want to keep your kids busy at home!
Over the last few months I’ve been sharing a few simple paper bag crafts for kids and today’s craft seems so obvious I can’t believe it’s taken this long to make it – a super cute paper bag bear. This bear craft for kids is great because not only is it fun to make but using a paper bag also means that you can use it as a puppet – perfect if your kids fancy putting on an impromptu performance of Goldilocks and the Three Bears!
Cars 3 is out this week so in celebration I thought it would be good to share some Disney Cars activities for kids. These activities really are super cool and I’m sure that there will be something that everyone will love with ideas from paper plates and cardboard Lightning McQueen cars to Disney Cars colouring pages and preschool packs.
I’ve been so excited to see that rock painting is becoming a big thing as it’s one of my kids favourite activities and I guess one of mine too! There are so many good things about this activity, it’s a chance to sit down and craft together, all ages can do it, it’s not expensive (I’ll share about some of my favourite materials with you) and there are loads of gorgeous rock painting ideas for kids that you can get inspiration from if you are feeling a bit stumped. As well as rock painting ourselves we also found a couple of painted rocks down at a beach near us a few weeks ago and my kids adored it so if you are planning on leaving your painted rocks out for people to find I can also confirm that finding them is just as much fun! Hopefully you’ll find all the rock painting ideas for kids here to get you started and having some creative fun!