With both spring and Easter on the way it’s totally the right time to try out some new chick crafts for kids! These sweet activities are all super cute and fun to make and there’s ideas that are suitable for all ages with some that toddlers will love and others that are perfect for older kids, with ideas from handprint crafts and toilet roll chicks to puppets and pom poms. All of them are super cute though and I hope you love them as much as I do.
Painting is all good and fun but sometimes it’s fun to use something other than a paintbrush! This foil painted shamrock activity is perfect for little hands and you could also use it to help teach colour mixing.
Today I’ve got tons of St Patricks Day activities for toddlers to share with you, over 40 in fact! there’s all sorts of fun ideas in here from sensory bins to printables and from easy numeracy activities to making leprechaun traps – plenty to keep the kids busy.
This easy colour mixing activity for St Patricks Day has lots going for it – it’s easy to set up, you can use it as sensory play for younger kids or as a way to teach colours or mark making to older ones plus it’s mess free – that’s got to be a good thing too!
Weekdays might be filled with work, school and nursery but once we’re all back at home then it’s the time for fun in our house. We love to grab a bit of time after school to have fun together or plan something to do at the weekend. Of course it’s not always possible to do trips out after school and even at the weekends the weather can be pretty miserable this time of year so baking is always a favourite with my kids, it’s easy to set up and they get to be creative and most importantly end up with a treat for themselves afterwards! We were asked if we would like to try out some cake sprinkles from Baking Time Club which my kids were more than happy to assist with and we’ve also got a giveaway where you could win some too!