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Easter Holiday Camps in Berkshire

Easter Holiday Camps in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies has perviously worked in paid partnership with the businesses marked with a *. Businesses marked with a ** have a paid listing in the Berkshire Mummies Directory). Below is a list of Easter Camps in Berkshire. At the end of each Easter Camp mentioned, you will find a clickable link to the provider's website. If you find this blog post useful please make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Activity Camps and Clubs in Berkshire *Ultimate Activity Camps: Provide outstanding Ofsted – registered activity day camp childcare where the children will…
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Dinosaurs and Mammoths in Berkshire

Dinosaurs and Mammoths in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer) I have previously worked with the businesses marked with a * in a gifted capacity and work in paid partnership with Pop Up Play Village Ascot, Wokingham and Henley who are listed in the Berkshire Mummies Directory. Children of all ages seem to love dinosaurs and fortunately there are plenty of places around Berkshire where you can find them. Here we have listed some places where dino-fans can spot some of their favourite creatures. Where to Find Dinosaurs and Mammoths in Berkshire Oaktree Garden Centre: See if you can find the dinosaur hidden amongst the plants on your…
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AD Review // Learning to ride a bike with Venture Cycling

AD Review // Learning to ride a bike with Venture Cycling

(AD Disclaimer) Berkshire Mummies was kindly gifted 'Learn to Ride a Bike' 1:1 classes in exchange for an honest review in this blog post 'AD Review // Learning to ride a bike with Venture Cycling' . View are those of Berkshire Mummies. My eldest was very kindly given the opportunity to learn to ride a bike with Kelly Koya an award winning cycling instructor who has helped hundreds of children take to two wheels with confidence and control. Upon booking Kelly suggested we booked two sessions, typically Kelly advises most children learn in just one or two lessons. We had…
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Trampoline Parks in Berkshire

Trampoline Parks in Berkshire

Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies has previously worked with the trampoline parks marked with a * in a gifted or paid partnership capacity. Trampoline Parks are a fantastic way for families to burn off some energy whatever the weather outside. Below you will find a list of Trampoline Parks in Berkshire and also the surrounding area just across the Berkshire border. Trampoline Parks in Berkshire Bracknell Trampoline Centre, Bracknell - see website for detailsJump In Trampoline Park, Slough RedKangaroo Reading, 8 Bridgewater Close, Reading, RG30 1JT Trampoline Parks outside of Berkshire Atmosphere Trampoline Park Basingstoke, Unit B, Rutherford Road, Daneshill Industrial Estate,…
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Symmetrical Leaf Drawings

Symmetrical Leaf Drawings

Nature is amazing and it gives us so many learning opportunities. What resources do I need for this activity? Pick some leaves of different shapes and sizes. Paper. PVA Glue. A Pen.A pair of scissors. How do I do this activity? Pick a collection of leaves - different shapes and sizes. Cut the leaves in half. Stick the leaves onto a pice of paper. Make sure they are well spaced out. Draw the missing half of the leaf (see picture). Look at the detail on the leaf and try to copy it on the other half of the leaf. Remember…
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Play Dough Towers

Play Dough Towers

Play Dough Towers are great fun to build. They are great for experimenting and discovering how high and wide you can build a tower. What do I need to make a Play Dough Towers Play Dough - a couple of different colours.Tower Supports - squares of corrugated card or large buttons. How do I make Play Dough Towers? Make the Play Dough into balls. Then layer the Play Dough and Tower Supports to build towers. See how high you can build a tower. Can you make it in different colour combinations? Extension Activity Can your child build towers using a…
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Watercolour Challenge

Watercolour Challenge

Painting is a great form of expression and can be calming and relaxing. Why not set up a watercolour challenge? This can be for just one child or everyone in the household. What do I need for a watercolour challenge? Some watercolour paints.A paint brush.A pot of water. Extension Activity Can your child use their water colour skills to paint some cards for their friends and family? How do I run a watercolour challenge? Set the watercolour challenge up on a table or where there is something flat to paint against. You could do a watercolour challenge in the house,…
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Brick Symmetry

Brick Symmetry

Symmetry is all around us in nature, on buildings and in art. This brick symmetry activity not only exercises the brain but it also uses fine motor skills. What do I need for this activity? You will need some bricks of any size - Lego, Duplo or Mega Blocks or something similar would be great. Make sure you have two identical bricks available of each sort on offer for the activity to work. If you have a board you can use that otherwise a flat surface will work just as well. What do we need to do for this activity?…
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Fruit Salad Pizza

Fruit Salad Pizza

Fruit Salad Pizza's are simple and super fun to make. They let your child / children get creative and they can enjoy a snack or a pudding too. What do I need to make a Fruit Salad Pizza? Round slices of watermelon. Fruit of your choice e.g. grapes, orange segments, raspberries, strawberries, kiwi (chop fruit so it is not a choke hazard and only use and serve fruit that is appropriate and not an allergen). A knife and chopping board (adult only). How do I make a Fruit Salad Pizza? Cut a watermelon in the centre so you get some…
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Play Dough Mark Making

Play Dough Mark Making

Play Dough provides endless opportunities for play and discovery. What do I need for this activity? Some coloured play dough.Some objects to make marks with - buttons, dried pasta, a fork, pinecone for example.Rolling pin. How do I do this activity? Roll out your play dough. Use your mark making 'tools' and objects to create patterns. As you can see from the photo we use buttons to create repeating patterns which look really effective. If you run out of play dough just roll up the play dough, re-roll and get making some more patterns. Extension Activity Could you make a…
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