Tag Archives: primary school

  • Modeling clay Christmas tree ornaments lacing activity for kids

    Modeling clay tree ornaments [lacing activity]

    Home made Christmas decoration is special, especially made with small hands  – somehow they shine a little more. The moment you look at them you can see the kids making them, even if it was years back. Today I’ll tell you how we made very pretty modeling clay tree ornaments. We first made them 5 years ago, …

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  • Fun fall activities for kids outdoors and indoors, using chestnuts

    Fun fall activities for kids using chestnuts

    No need to cry when summer is over, put on your coat and embrace the fresh autumn air. Now, what to do? You need fresh ideas for fall activities for kids! So.. take along a large bag or bucket and start collecting fall treasures. Search for beautiful leaves in as many hues as you can …

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  • Build a monster with play dough - free printable monster game

    Build a Monster with Play Dough [free printable game for kids]

    Build a Monster with Play Dough Play dough monsters galore! As you know, play dough and the ‘monster theme’ go so well together, it’s a classic combination. The possibility to create sweet/strange/ingenious/cute/scary creatures are endless. This little ‘Build a Monster with Play Dough’ game is a fun & easy way to spend play time in …

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  • Halloween writing paper with border of cute ghosts [free template]

    Halloween writing paper with border of ghosts [free printable template]

    Cute Halloween writing paper with border of ghosts Don’t you just love it, when kids start to make up their own stories? I most certainly do! It’s so much fun to hear them talk about their fantasy world and to wonder how their minds and imagination develop. Experts agree that reading and telling stories is …

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  • draw-a-monster game for monster birthday parties. Free printable

    Draw-a-Monster game for kids [Free printable]

    Free printable draw-a-monster game for kids Monsters! It seems like every kids goes through a ‘monster phase‘. Either they are scared of monsters or they casually embrace the monster theme and happily starting with the Gruffalo or ‘Max and the Maximonsters‘ without too much anxiety. As much as I love to read monster books to …

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  • Mother's day crafts for kids: making clay flowers and lace them with thread or wool

    Flower crafts for kids: lacing activity with clay flowers

    Are you looking for flower crafts for kids, that is easy to set up, improves fine motor skills and has a pleasing result? That would be an afternoon well spent! Below you will find the instructions, how you can make flowers from clay and make them suitable for lacing with cotton thread or wool.   …

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  • Bath time fun for kids with coloured ice cubes

    Bath time fun with ice cubes

    Having trouble getting the kids into the bath? Let’s quickly put an end to that by getting them excited to enter the bath tub: bath time fun with ice cubes is the answer! It’s funny how simple ideas can be so much fun. And all you need to do is to plan ahead. Make the …

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  • DIY monster birthday party game for monster themed birthday parties

    monster birthday party game

    Do your kids love monsters? Birthdays? And playing games? Brilliant! Why not combining all three to create a monster birthday party game?! Or spice up a play date with monster-loving kids. Every kids loves monsters at some stage, right? Well, mine do. We organised a Monster Party when Mr S turned 3, with lots of …

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  • Printable Easter activities for kids. Free download.

    Printable Easter Activities

    Looking forward to spring? And Easter? I love getting my home ready for Easter. What’s better than filling the house with pretty pastels to compensate for those chilly winter days? And if the kids can help it’s a definite win-win! All you need is a few good crafts projects. This way you can keep the …

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  • Telling time for kids, simple animation

    Telling time

    How do you teach your kids to read the clock, teach them about telling time? I tried to explain the concept to my son by drawing, but I thought an animation would be very helpful. I looked around on the web, but I found most videos too complicated or too fast. Telling time animation I …

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  • Teaching the year, months, weeks and seasons

    Teaching seasons months and weeks

    How do you start teaching seasons, months and weeks of the year? A child may know the days of the week and the months of the year, but how to they relate to each other? And how do the seasons fit in? It’s perhaps a little daunting to dive straight in, so it’s best to start …

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  • summer activity outdoors - cycling on crayon roads

    Backyard activity: crayon cycling roads

    A backyard activity can sometimes be so nice & simple. This is an excellent example: you don’t need special equipment or expensive toys to create a fun outdoors activity. Just let the kids draw cycling lanes and follow this up with a race – follow that yellow crayon road! // What do you need Crayons …

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  • Granola recipe with oats and seeds

    Home made granola recipe

    A recipe for a deliciously nutty granola mix – I make this every fortnight. I eat it with yoghurt and the kids eat it from their lunch boxes. Delicious! It contains heaps of oats, nuts and seeds and has a hint of sweetness due to the presence of a little butter, honey and vanilla. Nothing …

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  • DIY banner colouring sheet

    Pretty banner colouring sheet

    When we moved house I wanted to prepare my son for his new bedroom. I thought we would make decorations, so he would have a chance to wrap his mind around the fact that he would be sleeping in another bedroom. It worked so well – it looked very festive! He loved seeing his decoration …

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  • Teacher gift idea from kids

    Perfect teacher gift idea: a pretty glass jar filled with home made granola. Add a child-made gift tag and you have the perfect ‘thank you’ gift! // The perfect teacher gift idea The end of the school year is in sight! It’s just incredible how quickly the years are passing. A cliché, I know, but …

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  • Lego activities and games for kids: LEGO DUPLO croquet

    LEGO croquet or LEGO golf: great LEGO activities for kids

    A fresh idea for playing indoors LEGO activities: play lego CROQUET or Lego golf! So simple and so much fun! Build arches and bridges, make a parcours and roll a ball through the openings. Let the kids figure out the pitfalls.. Easy, educational and fun! And mom can enjoy a cup of tea.. Remember croquet? We used …

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  • Backyard play with snow for toddlers and preschoolers.

    Real snow cones

    Hurray – with the New Year came the snow. Finally! The kids did not even bother to change from their pyjamas into sensible cloths, but jumped straight into their boots and ran into the backyard to play. After running around for a bit and attempts to start snow ball fights, we collected toys from the sand …

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  • Lego stamped cookies: baking with kids

    Lego stamped cookies

    Lego stamped cookies! Cookie dough (always good) plus LEGO (a household favourite) equals culinary fun! With Lego-obsessed kids it’s pretty easy to make up activities: fun guaranteed! As we love baking as well, I thought: “Why not combining these activities?” So.. when I entered the kitchen with a ball of cookie dough and a tray of …

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