DIY: Dinosaur dig kit

Let’s face it, kids are just fascinated by dinosaurs! So to celebrate my ‘lil one’s birthday in Kindergarten, I prepared a dinosaur dig kit that was interactive and unique. THH Difficulty Level:  What you’ll need: – non-toxic pottery plaster – soap mould – dinosaur figurines or fossils. If you prefer, you can even swap for…

DIY: Peg Dolls

Here’s a simple, fun screen-free activity to do with (or gift to) a little one. I added a little pouch to the post so that once you finish making the dolls, you can tuck them into the pouch after play-time. THH Difficulty Level:  What you’ll need: – wooden pegs – embroidery thread – glue gun…

Upcycled: recycled paper

Here’s another child-friendly, screen-free activity to do – making recycled paper. I can get a little messy so I would recommend an art smock and some gloves. THH Difficulty Level:  What you’ll need: – 2 x dozen-sized egg cartons –paper making mould (I made one using an old photo frame and PVC mesh  and used…

DIY: Snow Globe

With Christmas just around the corner, here’s a great gift idea or a screen-free activity to do with your little one THH Difficulty Level:  What you’ll need: – a snow globe – super glue – glitter – accessories for the snow globe (I used one of Aria’s plastic dinos, made a small Christmas hat with…

DIY: Felt shape puzzle box

The Covid-19 lockdown in Melbourne required some creative thinking when it came to keeping my lil one busy. Here’s a screen-free, plastic-free activity for your lil human to get their imagination and curiosity ignited with this activity. I’ve attached a downloadable template for anyone interested too! THH Difficulty Level:  What you’ll need: –  Shape stencil…