As we all embark on helping to keep the country safer by simply staying at home, I thought I’d do a round up of some activities which can occupy the kids and support some small businesses at the same time.
From Top Left to Right:
Doodle Dents – if your kids struggle with figuring out what to draw if given a blank piece of paper, this is for them. Allowing for freedom yet with a guide to intricate designs which are totally achievable at any level.
Eugy Models at Le Jeux Boutique – these cute animal models will take pride of place on their bedroom shelf once they’ve made them.
Poppik Poster – there are a few in this series which allow for a calming activity whilst teaching hem about different subjects.
Herve Tullet Stencil Kit – Herve Tulles always produces ways in which to get kids to think for themselves and create independently.
Creativ Company Make Your Own Bird Feeder – a great way to get older kids into woodwork and to tick a “DT” lesson box if homeschooling.
Pokemon Math Colouring – I don’t know many kids who don’t love Pokemon. There is also Minecraft versions to get them doing maths without realising it…my boys have these and have loved them.
Natural History Museum “Dippy in a Tin” – you may not be able to get to the Natural History Museum at the moment but your little one can have their very own (slightly smaller!) version of the famous Dippy.
OMY Atlas Poster – this will keep the kids occupied for a long time and when finished it will look great on their bedroom wall.
Bouncing Planets Science Kit at Three Boys Rock – Three Boys Rock have some fab science based kits at the moment. Another homeschooling box ticked!