Invitation to make…plaster of paris and playdough cupcakes

This week we are celebrating our 1st birthday over on Multicraftingmummy. To thank you all for your fantastic support on our blogging journey so far, we are going to be having a week (or so) long party. I have invited some of my favourite bloggers over to share lots of fun birthday themed activities with … Read more

Little Bo Peep: Seek and Stick the Tail on the Sheep

Poor Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep in today’s Rhyme Time activity. And when she does eventually catch up with them, they’ve left their tails behind them. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.  To help Little Bo Peep reunite her sheep with their tails, I set up the following activity for my … Read more

Easy Easter Baking for Toddlers

A firm favourite from my own childhood, baking Chocolate Easter Nests with my own kids always transports me back to my Granny’s kitchen many Easters ago. Simple to make and delicious to eat, it’s easy to see why they are still a firm Easter baking staple. This year my youngest daughter has been having her … Read more

Lovely Bubbly Valentines Day Cards for Kids

Do you like to use bubble wrap in your arts and crafts? Have you tried printing with it before? We are bubble wrap mad over here at Crafty Kids at Home and have been busy printing lovely bubbly hearts onto the front of Valentine’s Day cards. We are delighted to be taking part in Emma … Read more

Valentine’s Day Activities for Toddlers

Valentine’s Day is not too far away now, so we’ve been busymaking lots of heart shaped pictures to decorate our home with next month.  Bella has been kept busy with lots of paint and glitter filled activities, whilst the boys have been in school. Stamped Potato Shaped Hearts – I used a heart shaped cookie … Read more

Valentine’s Heart Painting with Waterbeads

  Waterbeads are a firm favourite with my kids and we are always looking for new ways to use them in our activities. Our favourites so far have been our “Pretend Baking” and “Witches Bubbling Brew” messy play activities. I have been trying to think of a way to incorporate waterbeads into one of our … Read more

Simple Christmas cards for kids to make

We’ve been busy making a start on our Christmas cards this week. Sending actual Christmas cards during this digital age is a tradition that needs to be nurtured and maintained for future generations. So many people now turn to emails and text messages in place of sending cards and it’s such as shame. Yes it’s … Read more