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Berkshire Mummies

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Bottle Top Spiders

Bottle Top Spiders

Here is how I made some bottle top spiders from plastic milk bottle tops. What do I need to make the Bottle Top Spiders Plastic Milk Bottle TopsBlack card or paper Round stickers Sellotape Permanent black marker pen How to make the Bottle Top Spiders Colour in the plastic milk bottle tops with the permanent black marker pen. I recommend an adult doing this bit and I pre-prepared this part of the activity. Make sure you leave drying time. Cut lengths of black paper or card so you have 4 pieces in total, approx 10cm each and 1 cm wide.…
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Walks in Bracknell Forest

Walks in Bracknell Forest

There are plenty of fantastic walks in Bracknell Forest. The vary from woodland walks, to walks by water and in open spaces. Check them out below: Walks in Bracknell Forest Click each of the links below to read more about each walk. Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater This walk takes you along the River Blackwater and through Shepherd Meadows in Sandhurst. You can also include a trip to Sandhurst Memorial Park as part of your walk. Peacock Meadows Peacock Meadows is in Bracknell and is made up of 36 hectares of open space, the wild flower meadows and wildlife are…
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Halloween Mini Sensory Tray

Halloween Mini Sensory Tray

Sensory trays are a great way to get your child using there fine motor skills and also using there imagination. This Halloween Mini Sensory Tray is a bit of seasonal fun. What do I need to make the sensory tray? A tray or box Recycled pots and containers (I used 3 that would fit inside the tray)Black Permanent Marker Pen (adults only)Split Red Lentils Children's tweezers and spoon How do I make the sensory tray? Sprinkle lentils so that they cover the bottom of the tray or box. Decorate your recycled pots for halloween using a the permanent marker (adults…
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A visit to Aldermaston Wharf

A visit to Aldermaston Wharf

We took a visit to Aldermaston Wharf, which is home to part of the Kennet and Avon Canal and just 1.5 miles away from Aldermaston in West Berkshire. What did we see and do at Aldermaston Wharf? After parking the car (details below), we went straight to find the canal. From the car park we walked through the grounds of the quaint Aldermaston Tea Rooms garden which had a one way system from the car park. Then we were immediately on the canal.  Aldermaston Tea Room First of all we turned right and walked up to the electric lifting bridge…
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Ghost and Bat Puppets

Ghost and Bat Puppets

Here is a step by step guide to making Ghost and Bat Puppets. The puppets are great for flying around, using the imagination and make a great halloween craft and decorations. What do I need to make Ghost and Bat Puppets? White and black card or thick paperSmall round stickersLolly sticks Black felt tip pen Sellotape How do I make the Ghost and Bat Puppets Draw the outline of different shaped ghosts on to a sheet of white card and bats onto black card (see picture for inspiration)Cut out the shapes. Add the features - for the ghosts add two…
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Paper Plate Dinosaur

Paper Plate Dinosaur

Can you ever have enough dinosaurs? This Paper Plate Dinosaur is a brilliant craft to make, especially for any dinosaur fans. What do I need to make a Paper Plate Dinosaur? A white paper plate. A card board tube. Child Friendly paint - 2 colours. A button, sticker or googly eye. PVA glue. Scissors.Felt tip pen. How do I make a Paper Plate Dinosaur? Paint the paper plate with the colour that you would like your dinosaur to be. Let it dry. Cut the cardboard tube in half (watch your fingers!)Paint the two halves of the cardboard tube the same…
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Pick Your Own Pumpkin

Pick Your Own Pumpkin

Pumpkin picking is becoming more and more popular each year. Here are some places where you can go and pick a pumpkin. Obviously keep an eye on the venues website before travelling to keep yourselves upto date with regards to their Covid-19 policies. Where can I pick a pumpkin? Pumpkins at Crockford Bridge Farm 2020, Surrey, KT15 2BU, Pre-Booking Essential. You can buy pre-harvested pumpkins grown on the farm throughout October 2020. Pumpkins can only be picked directly from the fields during the first two weekends in October (pre-booking is essential). 3rd and 4th October 2020 10am-5pm and 10th and…
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Monster Chocolate Drops

Monster Chocolate Drops

These Monster Chocolate Drops are super quick and easy to make, especially if you are looking for a Halloween activity to do at home or an tasty treat for your Halloween party food table. What ingredients do I need? 100g chocolate (dark, milk or white) Sprinkles and Edible Eyes (available at supermarkets) A sheet of tin foil / baking paper  How do I make the Monster Chocolate Drops? Break the chocolate up into small pieces into a bowl and melt the chocolate. I melted our for a minute on high in the microwave and then a further 10 seconds at a time until…
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Walking at Finchampstead Ridges

Walking at Finchampstead Ridges

When we went for a walk at Simon’s Wood we also discovered Finchampstead Ridges on the map, so decided to go walking at Finchampstead Ridges on a separate occasion, as we noticed there were several ‘vantage points’ identified on the map and were keen to go and check out the view. Where did we walk? From the lay-by where you park, we headed onto the heathland to the left of the car. Here there was a stone which showed you how far away local town were. Then we walked directly ahead to one of the vantage points and my eldest…
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Walking to The Copper Horse

Walking to The Copper Horse

I have been meaning to go walking to The Copper Horse at one end of the Long Walk in Windsor Great Park for several years now and just never made it happen. However, I finally did it and will be going back to walk there again very soon. About the walk The walk is long and flat, with a buggy in tow and a stop at The Copper Horse to admire the view and for my little one to have a bit of an explore out of the buggy it took us about 2 hours to walk from the car…
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