Fun With Ants- What’s an Ants Favourite Food?

Does your child love creatures of the six legged variety? Are insects their obsession? Do they love watching and collecting creepy crawlies? Is your child interested in the ant colony in your garden? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, well this amazing ant activity will be right up their alley! This great activity will be lots of fun for your child to discover what ants like to eat.

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Roll The Dice Action Game

This is a great game for children to learn about counting and number. As children like to play with dice they have lots of fun while learning mathematical concepts.

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Treasure Detectives

Send your party goers on a fun treasure hunt. This one is fun but also relies on their brain power to solve the clues.

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Shadow Drawing

It’s great to get outside when the sun is shining. Children just love to play in the sunshine. Why not use the sun as part of their play… Don’t forget their hat and sun protection.

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Growing Carrot Tops

Carrots are great! They taste good, are packed with nutrients and if you believe the ‘old wives tale’, will help you see in the dark. Carrots are so good that you can even use the tops that you generally throw away as a cool grow and learn activity.

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Crazy Coloured Celery Experiment

Have you ever dreamt of eating red or blue celery? Well, come to think of it, probably not but wouldn’t it be funny to see it? Your child will love this science experiment where they can change the leaves of a normal stalk of green celery into any bright colour they choose.

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Book Detectives – Fun Literacy and Book Activities

So you’ve read your child’s favourite book every night for the past year. They absolutely love it and can recite it word for word.  It’s ok, you can admit it, you’re getting a little tired of it aren’t you? Don’t have the heart to discourage it?  Fortunately, there are many things that you can do with a book other than read it from cover to cover.

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Silly Slides Physics

Do you have a slide at your house or at your local park. Well, here’s how your child can use a slide and a ball to learn about physics.

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