Recently I’ve been looking for some Fathers Day cards that kids can make and while I’ve found a lot of cute ideas out there I really struggled to find much that younger kids can do so I put my thinking cap on and came up with this cute fish card. Of course older kids can make it and below you’ll find some ideas about what they could do, but it’s been designed so that toddlers or preschoolers can have a go too. Either way it’s fantastic, or fin-tastic, your call.
I’m so excited to share this huge list of summer activities for preschoolers with you today – it’s a big one so it’s taken me ages to write but it’s been so worth it as there are so many brilliant ideas in this that I’m sure you and your kids will love it!
I love doily crafts because they make everything look so pretty – my daughter does too and I’m very thankful that they’re also one of our cheapest crafting materials that we use as it means we can make as many as we like! Today I’m sharing this cute doily ice cream craft as well as some more summer crafts for kids that I think you might like.
A lot of bloggers that are just starting out often want to know how they can reach the right audience for their topic, and there is not just one answer for that question. Firstly, it’s not always a bad thing to have a small audience, as long as the audience that you have is actually reading your blog and clicking through on your links. You can generate a big buzz with a small audience.
I’ve really enjoyed sharing some ice cream crafts for kids recently and this one is one of my favourites as it’s just so easy to make – perfect for a summer craft no matter how old your child is!