I am in love with Honeycomb balls at the moment. Don’t they just make you happy looking at them? I have been stocking up on them for Marley’s first Birthday, which isn’t till November but when I see them so cheap I have to get them!! I have always loved planning parties and had my own Kid’s Party Planning business a few years ago but … Continue reading Honeycomb Love
Shaving cream is a great messy activity to do with children aged about one and up. We used a budget brand shaving cream and I gave the can to Tyson (who’s 4) to squirt out onto the table. He carefully squirted it onto the table. I then showed Tyson the dye droppers and explained to only do one or two drops or it will be … Continue reading Messy Play with Shaving Cream
I love a bit of DIY and have lately had the time to do so many things. Whether it is for a party, or a present or just something in my home. I also love making things myself if it means I only spend a fraction of the cost and challenges to me to do something creative. I also like to up-cycle things rather than … Continue reading DIY – Do it Yourself!
Creating and designing a children’s bedroom is so much fun! Not long after I found out I was pregnant I started to buy stuff for the bedroom even though I didn’t know if he was going to be a boy or a girl. Straight away I decided to do yellow, black and white because Yellow is my absolute fave colour!! There are so many amazing … Continue reading Creating a Nursery
I haven’t posted on this blog for just over a year. I ended up getting a full time job in a centre as the Kinder Teacher in West Melbourne so I got busy focusing on that and running a really good Kinder programme for up to 30 children a day with only myself and one other teacher. Unfortunately the ratios are so different here in … Continue reading I’m back and ready to blog…
In a bowl start with 1/2 Cup of Salt 1 Tablespoon Cream of Tartar 2 Tablespoons of cooking oil 1 1/2 Cups of boiling water Few drops of Vanilla essence (add to boiling water) Few drops of coloured dye (add to boiling water) Stir in 2 Cups of Flour Assist the child in putting the ingredients into the bowl (but careful with the hot water) … Continue reading Making Vanilla Playdough