This week on the Crafts on Sea Facebook page I started 6 Stories for Summer, kicking off with Miffy at the Seaside. Each week I’m sharing a great kids story, with a craft or activity related to it being shared each week day. At the end of the week you get a lovely round up over here in case you missed any of them or you want to pin it for later – cool huh? I’ve added a few more of my favourite crafts and activities that are Miffy or seaside related too plus some fun sea crafts for kids as they were too good to leave out. So here we go with Miffy at the Seaside!
I adore these bunny bowls from Alice and Lois, perfect for keeping your seaside treasures in!
Paging Fun Mums have a great Beach Memory Jar tutorial, great for remembering a day out at the beach or you could put a picture of Miffy in it!
This Water Bead Seaside Sensory Tub from The Imagination Tree is a great way to play at seasides without having to leave your home.
Discovering The World Through My Son’s Eye’s share a lovely DIY for making a rabbit pinata. A good way to use up some energy after reading!
Our seashell wall hanging is a great way to carry on seaside activities once you get home.
Tinkerlab have an amazing tutorial for making origami rabbits.
Kids Activities Blog have a great tutorial on making a seaside sensory tub.
We made this Miffy bunting when we first read Miffy at the Seaside, it’s a great way to encourage skills with scissors.
ET Speaks from home made fish cushions with her children. (Because all seasides have fish!!)
I love these wax crayon shells from Fun at Home with Kids, they look so pretty!
Design Sponge has a gorgeous scavengers checklist for things you (or Miffy!) could look for on the beach.
A seaside that you can eat?! Amazing idea from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
What We Do All Day has a great beach colouring printable for people whose little bunnies need to be kept occupied!
We made a seaside sensory bottle, great fun for keeping a bit of the seaside at home!
Buggy and Buddy have a lovely tutorial on making tide pool art for kids, what could Miffy find in the water?!
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