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Day 9 Continued Activity 2 – Colouring Planes Open the PDF of printable colouring pages. Let your child choose their favourite page.  If you don’t have a printer draw a plane that they can colour in.
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Day 8 Continued Activity 2: Paper Boat You Will need: Piece of coloured paper Stapler Scissors Stickers Crayons Popsicle Tape    
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Day 7 continued Activity 2 – Racing Rainbow Cars You will need: A piece of paper on a board or Tupperware lid placed at an angle. Make sure that the bottom of the board is resting inside a tray. Place blobs of washable paint at the top of the paper.  Race toy cars down the...
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Story – Are you my Mother? Activity – Build a car using a toilet roll, cut out wheels or bottle caps and attach them using either glue or split pins.  
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Story – Are you my Mother? Activity – Creating a Hen using hand print. You will need:  Paper Paint Markers Crayons Paint your child’s hand with red paint and press it onto a blank page. Once dry, create your own hen drawing a face on the thumb and colouring around the hen to make a...
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We’d suggest the following items to try and stock up on while we are in lock down: Coloured Pencils & Cardboard Paper Plates Ziploc Bags Duct Tape Masking Tape Sellotape Glue String Maizena Food Colouring Flour Pom Poms Feathers Hair Gel Glitter Beads
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It’s gooey and squishy without any mess! It’s calming too. Like a Zen sand garden for children in bright colors. Make shapes or pattens or just repeatedly crumple it. It’s different every time. Supplies: -1 cup cornstarch -1/3 cup sugar -4 cups cold water -food coloring -sealable bags – I used gallon freezer size Whisk...
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  Rainbow Spaghetti so much fun! To make your own, cook the spaghetti as usual. Once it is cooked, rinse it with cool water. If you are using it for infant play, I would recommend cooking it and presenting it plain. Though food coloring is “safe”, it’s not recommended for babies to consume, so plain...
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Ideas to make things easier at home: Appreciate that I have a place to stay inside Be patient with people around me who may feel frustrated, antsy or scared Focus on the things I can control Take care of myself physically, mentally and emotionally Take deep breathes to stay grounded and calm Cut myself some...
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Edible dough? Yum! But need a gluten-free option for those sensitive tummies? Made from four easy ingredients from your kitchen, this colorful playdough’s fun-life will last for several days in the fridge. Generally at least double this recipe to make a big bunch of playdough all at once. Once it’s made, so long as you...
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Creating Rainbow Beans: White Beans – we got 3kg of beans! Neon Food Dye. The brighter the better! Rubbing Alcohol Essential Oils for scents Large  Ziplock Baggies MAKING THE RAINBOW Split the beans into baggies. We put about 2 cups of beans into each baggie to make each color. Add drops of food dye. We...
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Cool off this summer while creating amazing works of art with Ice chalk this takes seconds to make and will keep the kids playing for hours!
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This is a quick craft to make, so it can be a perfect  project for hands on scissor practice in the classroom as it doubles up as a wonderful decoration.
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Do you have an old set of fairy wings laying around the house? Chances are you have a set or two if you have a little girl in the house. And chances are they’re torn, as the nylon stocking material rips so easily. MATERIALS 1 old set of torn fairy wings (or a strong but...
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