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Chicks Play Park

If you have some spare cardboard laying around and a hot glue gun you can 100% make this chick play park!  Suitable for: 1 years +Set up: one evening Resources Cardboard Pen  Scissors Hot glue gun and glue sticks Toilet…

Drippy Eggs

If you haven’t already played with gloop you need to!! This set up kept Ayla’s attention for over an hour, not including her helping me make up the gloopy mixture.  Suitable for: 6 Months +Set up: 10 Minutes Resources Cornflour/…

Frozen Chicks

This one is a super easy set up!! You can use it to test ideas or you can just play with the frozen chicks. Once we had rescued the chicks they did fall apart, so only freeze chicks that you…

Princess Salon

Ayla loved this one, I don’t really paint my nails anymore so I let Ayla use some of nail varnish bottles I already had open but you could definitely use paint too! Suitable for: 2 years +Set up: 5 minutes…

Walk The Plank

A super easy DIY board game to work on them counting skills! Roll the die to walk the plank but be careful don’t be the first one to jump off!! Suitable for: 3 Years+Set up: 15 minutes Resources Blue Card…

Magnetic Name Rocket

Ayla loves her magnetic tiles. If you haven’t got any I would 100% recommend them as the next birthday or Christmas present! We haven’t used them on the fridge before so I thought I would set up a little puzzle…

Hoop Of Fire

Get ready to step through the hoop of fire! Ayla loved exploring the way the tissue paper and the hoop moved as she hit the hoop as well as stepping through the fiery ring!  Suitable for: 1 years +Set up:…

Castle Name Recognition

This activity is a quick and simple set up to practice name recognition, numbers, colours or even patterns if you wanted to make some colourful flags!  Suitable for: 2 years+Set up: 10 minutes Resources Kitchen or toilet roll tubes Lollypop…

Unicorn Horn Snack

Who doesn’t love a craft they can eat afterwards? Or even during the construction! This unicorn activity is perfect for a quick set up for your toddler, preschooler and all the way up to your adulthood! Even David came to…

DIY An Indoor Hopscotch.

If you are stuck inside on a rainy day this indoor hopscotch is a quick and easy throw together for any child that needs to lose a little bit of energy before they; 1. brake something or 2. hurt themselves!…