This Easter chocolate bark recipe has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #shop I had this idea the other day that I was going to make some Easter chocolate bark and I was super pleased thinking about how my kids would love it too, there was just one little issue though, they loved the idea so much they wanted to join in! Thankfully chocolate bark is crazy easy to make so it’s a great Easter treat that the kids can get involved in creating too and it looks and tastes great no matter the age of your assistants!
My kids have spent the last few weeks getting more and more excited about Easter so with my daughter having broken up from preschool for the holidays already it’s been the perfect excuse to do some Easter inspired painting. We’ve been buying little Easter eggs for an Easter egg hunt with the children’s cousins so with that in mind we made a little Easter egg hunting inspired painting. I’m also really excited to tell you about a Easter art competition where your kids creations could win some fantastic arty prizes!
I love activities that you can do alongside kids favourite books and these If You Give A Mouse A Cookie activities are all fantastic! The book itself is a classic with sixteen further books in the the series but of course you can’t beat the original! With maths games, sensory bottles and puppets these would make great If You Give A Mouse A Cookie activities for preschool but there’s plenty of fun ideas that older kids will enjoy too.
You can imagine the scene, Prince Charming slides the slipper on to Cinderella’s foot, it fits! Hurray! Time for celebrations, a flash wedding. There’s only one thing, the Prince leans over and whispers into Cinderella’s ear ‘Ummm, actually Cinder’s I’m skint as anything too. Spent all the royal gold on bitcoin and now that’s collapsed. Don’t suppose a quick wedding at the registry office would be ok? Buttons could be the witness…’ Most of us haven’t been out looking to marry a millionaire but there are certain things you expect in a relationship and a new survey from Shepherds Friendly and psychologist and relationship expert, Dr Becky Spelman has a few surprising insights.
I am so excited to be working with Macmillan Children’s Books to share with you this edible playdough recipe! Firstly, because Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet are two of my favourite people when it comes to childrens books. Yes, my kids love them too (Supertato is crazy popular here) but I’m normally the one reading and it’s their books I go to first as well. Secondly because to celebrate the launch of their new book Cake we’ve been making some birthday cake themed edible playdough and it smelt sooooo good! I had my daughter on hand as product tester and she had a great time with this – I hope your kids love it just as much!