I am not the type of person who writes regular bucket lists (mainly because I try not to give myself more work than I already have), but one of the things that I desperately wanted to do this autumn was to go apple picking in an orchard. I have a bit of a love affair… Continue reading Apple Picking!
A few weeks ago we did some “Under the Sea”-themed activities. Here is an overview of what we got up to! Tropical Fish Decorating – using a range of household items Painting Shells Making Jellyfish Making an Aquarium Sensory Play and Storytelling Fishing Game with Counting and Sorting Seaside Sensory/Small World Play Discovery Bottle – I have… Continue reading “Under the Sea”-Themed Activities
As part of our bear-themed week, we deemed an actual bear hunt a necessary activity! We are very lucky where we live as we have an amazing bear sculpture in the woods near our house, so this is quite easy for us to do, and, in fact, we go to see the bears often. However, I… Continue reading We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
This is A’s nervous face. She hates this swing, especially at this height, but she didn’t want to look like a wimp in front of her little brother, who was having a wonderful time! We have spent a great deal of time at the park this week in order to make the most of the beautiful weather! Now… Continue reading Back on the Big Swing!
My lovely mother-in-law bought A and E a kite to play with while we were on holiday a few weeks ago. Flying a kite is something they had never done before and they were very excited! Having never actually flown a kite before myself either, I think I was as keen to use it as them, and what… Continue reading We Flew a Kite!
…our experience with a toddler and a preschooler.
You know when you take part in an organised children’s activity? And it is just so good and it makes you (and the children) so happy? And the organisers just get “it” and children so much? And it only costs a couple of pounds but you would happily have paid 10x more for what you… Continue reading Fairytale Fun at Castell Henllys