Did you know that March the 20th is storytelling day? If not, don’t worry! We have your day sorted. Our list of storytelling activities for kids is filled with quick and easy activities to set up. So you too can get involved this storytelling day! I have roamed the internet to find a list of the top 10 storytelling activities for kids to improve their creativity, visualisation skills and communication skills.
There’s only a few days left until Christmas! While everyone else is busy down at the Christmas card aisle at WHSmith or Asda. Why not spend your time creating your own pop-up Christmas card! Creating you own Christmas card is more meaningful and more fun than going out a buying one of the shelf. You can even include your own message and decorative finishes to suit the person you’re giving it to! You can even get the kids involved, improving their creativity and getting them to think about the person they are giving the card to. Follow this tutorial to create your own festive pop-up Christmas tree card!
I love eating cereal every morning it’s quick and healthy. Sometimes I love eating cereal so much that I have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! The only problem with this is that I end up with tons of empty cereal boxes cramping my house up. Every week I have this same problem which annoys me! So last night I searched on the internet for some upcycling and repurposing ideas for all of my cereal boxes. And lucky for all you cereal fans out there I found 10 brilliant and fun things you can do with your empty cereal boxes.
It’s the start of autumn! Here’s a list of 10 things you can do with fallen autumn leaves. The list includes leaf masks, painted bug leaves, Autumn hunter bracelets, wall decorations and much more…