Bubble Blow Painting

Are you tired of asking your kids to stop blowing bubbles into their milk? Well, let’s give them an opportunity to have fun with bubbles without being impolite. Let’s get into Bubble Blow Painting!

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Dancing Ribbons

Most kids love to dance. Add these fun dancing ribbons and they will love it even more.

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Activities to Promote Intellectual Development in 3 to 5 Year Olds

From day one, our brains are ready to acquire the ability to think, learn, problem solve, process information, make decisions, reason, remember, understand, analyse, evaluate and think in abstract ways. The ability to do all of this relies on cognition and how we develop intellectually.

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Play Dough and Its Super Powers. Plus Recipes and Activities

Play dough is one of the best things your child will ever play with. It is the super hero of childhood activities. Don’t mistake play dough for just a soft gooey mess… That would be seriously underestimating its amazing super powers. So, what are play dough’s super powers?

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Photos for Baby – Language and Intellectual Development

Nappy changing can sometimes be a wee bit challenging. Making this time interesting and fun can often keep your baby calm, comfortable and occupied.

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Panty Hose Wig

This fun wig can be made from your old panty hose. All you need to do is wash them and your ready to go…

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Japanese Zen Garden For Kids

We live in a fast paced world and our children are along for the ride. Just like adults, children need time out to relax and rejuvenate. Here is a sensory activity based on a Japanese Zen Garden that will help children relax and be creative.

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Art Conversation Starters- Questions to Ask When Exploring Art With Children

Looking at fine art with children is rewarding and eye opening, not only for the children themselves but the adults accompanying them. The development of aesthetic awareness and artistic preference is already underway in the childhood years, so looking at art with children is a great experience that provides many learning opportunities. When focussed, children have a keen eye for looking at art, so many adults are surprised when children observe complex and sophisticated artistic...

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Songs and Finger Plays for Fine Motor Development

It’s easy to assist your child to develop their fine motor skills through songs and finger plays. As children naturally love to sing, they respond enthusiastically to joining in a song with hand and finger actions, especially if you’re enthusiastic about it too. Here are some great suggestions to get you started.

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Activities to Promote Gross Motor Skills in 3 to 5 Year Olds

Gross motor skills are the abilities required to control and coordinate the large muscles of the body. These muscles are located in the arms, legs, feet, torso etc.

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