arts and crafts

  1. Make toilet roll Halloween mummies

    Oooh, spooky! It’s really never been easier to make your very own Halloween mummies (that are a little bit cute, let’s be honest!) from odds and ends you’ll already have in your craft box.

  2. Make spooky pipe cleaner spiders

    Halloween is never complete without a little bit of spidery craft action. And these spiders are especially good because a) they’re really simple to make, and b) they involve using lollipops, which makes them perfect when little trick-or-treaters come knocking on the door!

  3. Make woolly spiderwebs for Halloween

    No matter how hard you want to go with Halloween decorations this year, you always need a spiderweb or three to give your place a bit of spooky atmosphere. And this simple weaving project that even very young children will be able to master is

  4. Make a handprint Easter chicken craft

    Tiny hands are the perfect tool for creating this special craft for Easter. Little ones will delight in the finished product and this is one you will proudly display on your art board or fridge all year round.

  5. Make a rooster Easter egg basket

    Your little one will be beyond chuffed come Easter morning, when they can proudly collect their chocolate stash in their very own rooster Easter egg basket. Plus – it is a super fun activity to make with them on a rainy day before the Easter

  6. Make a paper plate Easter crown

    No matter how old your child is, if they are in childcare of any sort come Easter time, odds are on that you’re going to find yourself magicking up an Easter hat for the Easter bonnet parade that seems to be part of every curriculum.

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