Anyone fancy a trip into Space? Let’s make it happen. All you need is a cardboard box, some creativity and a lot of imagination. And a small person or two! Penguin, my 5 year old, loves Space… Source: DIY Cardboard Space Rocket
After creating some fun buttony glittery birthday cards (click link). Little Missy decided she hadn’t had her fill of glittery fun for the day. I found an old canvas and pasted some PVA glue … Source: Buttons and Glitter
Bookstart Bear Club was something that we have discovered accidentally. I wanted my kids to grow up enjoying reading and fill their world with the love of literature. So the local library was the obvious place to check into. We all joined the local library member. Then the friendly lady behind the desk told us about a free … More The Start of Our Bookstart Bear Club Journey
Yep, what do you know?! My town had this little free skateboarding festival going on on 4th July. Yes, that little Hitchin Town we are talking about. Skate Jam was the town buzz word of the day. Ethan was into skateboarding when his London friend started watching and copying all the cool Tony Hawk skateboarders doing … More ‘Skateboarding’ Phase
Exactly today a month ago, we took advantage of the hot sizzling sunny day, and went to spent our afternoon at Letchworth Splashing Park. It was busy. It was brilliant! It was fun! I thought I would do a grid like photo page this time as there are so many joyful moments while the two were running around at … More Our Letchworth Splashing Park Visit
The other day we walked passed a boy wearing his school uniform. I explained to Ethan that he too has to wear one when September come. He exclaimed “What? Like that white shirt with nothing on it? No Dinosaurs picture? Nothing at all?!” “Yes”. So the very next day we went shopping for his school uniform. … More One easy step to get kids excited about starting their Reception School this September.
Here are our Summer bucket list. The things we intend to do and explore this Summer 2015. Do: Art & Crafts Outdoor Activities: Nature Number Art Melting Ice Kids’ Science and Water Colour Activity Indoor Activities: Rainbow toast Papier-mâché crafts Play: Splashing parks visits Cycling Skateboarding Read: Book Start Bear Summer Reading Challenge Take up … More Our Summer Bucket List!