We were so excited to find this new slime recipe – it works brilliantly and the addition of shaving foam gives it a lovely fragrance too! We saw the original recipe on Instructables – but we’ve tweaked the recipe a bit for the U.K. Market. The secret ingredients… Ingredients: For ease I have included
Following on with our BFG theme we had great fun making ‘Snozcumber Slime’! So much fun exploring this! So simple to make too! What do you need? Chia seeds (affiliate link) Large cucumber Green food colouring Cornflour Water How did we do it? First soak the chia seeds in a cup of water and add a
We have had fun making butter today. Freya really enjoyed this and is was a great lesson in where food comes from. Very simple to make you just need double cream, we left it out for couple of hours so it was at room temperature, and a clear jar. After about 1 minute the cream
Freya and Seb had such fun making these their cousins for their grandparents annual Christmas party! Thank you to the lovely Mrs Williams at school for the idea! And here are some very simple instructions as shown by Freya. 1. Spoon a puddle of icing on to the biscuit. 2. Add a marshmallow. 3.
Each year one of my highlights is the Aldeburgh Carnival – a fantastic family day. In the evening the whole town gather on the high street for a chinese lantern procession – a truly amazing sight. We then prosess to the beach where we are treated to an amazing fireworks display next to the sea!
I was so exctited when Freya got given a Safety Pin Bracelet kit for Christmas. (This is a similar kit on Amazon Safety Pin Bracelets (Klutz) #Affiiate) A very Nostalgic gift for me as when I was 13 I set up a small business selling bracelets though a oca craft shop!! Freya was so excited
I have heard of other Nurseries making Nativity Story bracelets so had a look around online. I found on on My Montessori Journey, thank you. It inspired me to rewrite the Nativity stroy in a simple story to encourage children to read it themselves. I have also included suggested bead colours but you may want
Just 10 pages of yellow A4 paper and about 10 sheets of Green A4 paper and voila…. a beautiful Paper Christmas tree. It was such a hit in the classroom today – I love my colleagues idea of adding stars with childrens wishes on and doesn’t it look amazing! Our room is starting to feel