Welcome to #InstaLinky Week 19
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It is really simple to include preschool learning in your daily play at home with no extra resources and no preparation work. For busy parents this is great news! I am constantly full of guilt at not having enough time to do awesome activities with J while my self care goes out of the window. With these easy preschool maths activities I can feel better about doing some focused learning play with J and have time in the evening to veg in front of the TV or indulge in reading a book. A definite win win situation!
As the weather cools down and the nights get longer, it can be harder to think of ways to get the children out and about for fresh air and exercise. Personally, I would much rather be hibernating inside by a roaring fire wrapped in blankets with a good book, a movie or a board game. However, since becoming a parent this is a rarity (read non existent). J, like most children, needs space to move and burn off all that abundance of energy fizzing in his feet. Thankfully, these games and activities are perfect for kids to wear themselves out and can be done in the garden or a local park or woodland.
Having had a fabulous time at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, I decided to set up a small world version so that J could replicate the fun he had while on the Kilimanjaro Safari. Our Animal Kingdom safari small world provides hours of imaginative play fun for toddlers to school aged children.
I love slime! It has such a wonderful consistency and it so simple and quick to make. It is a fabulous sensory tool and great for occupying kids on a rainy or cold day. Because it is so simple to make, most of the ingredients will already be in your cupboards and your children can make it with you. The best feature of slime is that it makes no mess so can be played with anywhere. Since it is almost Halloween, I decided to make some Pumpkin Slime this week.