I’m not ashamed to admit that we are a bit obsessed with making suncatchers, they’re so pretty and easy to make and they cheer the place up a bit, very necessary or a grey autumnal day! Today I’m sharing some of my favourite autumn suncatchers that kids can make, perfect for keeping the kids busy if you’re stuck indoors and need a bit of a creative outlet to keep them occupied.
A little while ago I shared some fantastic Moana inspired crafts and activities and they were so popular I thought it would be a good idea to share some Moana party ideas for kids too. I love Moana and I know both my kids do too so with everything from party invites to z and a these Moana party ideas should be a hit with everyone.
Superworm by Julia Donaldson is one of our favourite kids books and while we were reading it the other night I suddenly realised that it would be super easy to do some sensory play along side it. As well as playing with it my three year old daughter really enjoyed helping me set this Superworm sensory play up and we had a good time reading along with the book and acting it out too!
Even though my kids are now past the weaning stage I remember all too well the eternal search for some good finger food ideas for baby led weaning, actually in fact for any baby led weaning ideas – of course the idea behind baby led weaning is that your baby can eat whatever you eat but as someone who tends to eat a cheese and ham sandwich pretty much every day I know I needed some inspiration too to get me out of a rut! Ideas for baby led weaning are always really popular here so I’ve asked some of my favourite bloggers to share their tried and tested ideas (I’m going to try out some with my kids too!). Need more inspiration? Stay tuned to the end of the post where I’ve got some baby led weaning meal inspiration too.