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Chocolate Heart Lollies

Chocolate Heart Lollies

Chocolate Heart Lollies make a lovely gift for a loved one, family or friends. They also make a great gift to make for valentines. What do I need to make the Chocolate Heart Lollies?  100g of milk chocolate Sprinkles Wooden Lolly Sticks Parchment Paper How do I make the Chocolate Heart Lollies? Put a piece of parchment paper across a baking tray. Melt the chocolate in a microwave for 1 minute in high, stir and repeat until it’s all melted. Don’t let the chocolate over-cook so keep a close eye on it. Now spoon melted chocolate onto the parchment paper and arrange it into a…
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Heart Bird Feeders

Heart Bird Feeders

In the winter we always like giving the birds a bit of extra food outside to help them through the colder days. These heart bird feeders make a lovely activity, Valentines Day crafts and can make a lovely homemade gift for anytime of the year. What do I need to make the Bird Feeders? A couple of pipe cleaners Cereal hoopsA piece of string / wool / ribbon How to make the Bird Feeders? Get a pipe cleaner and bend it into a heart shape. Don't attach the two ends yet. Now thread on your cereal hoops onto the pipe…
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30 fun things to do with your kids during ‘lockdown’

30 fun things to do with your kids during ‘lockdown’

It’s amazing how creative you can become when you have to be isn’t it? I find that our actual days in 'lockdown' seem to be going quite quickly on a day by day basis - although they seem long on a week by week basis. We have started to settle into a bit of a daily routine and structure, based around meal times and my youngest nap times. We are doing lots of crafts, baking, playing in the garden alongside school work, screen time and the bedtime routine. So, I thought I would share 30 fun things to do with…
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Salt Dough Rainbows

Salt Dough Rainbows

Rainbows have become a real symbol of hope recently, 'after every storm comes a rainbow'. Here is a little rainbow craft idea for Salt Dough Rainbows. What do I need to make a Salt Dough Rainbow? Salt Dough Recipe - 1 cup of plain flour (don't use self raising flour as it makes the rainbows go puffy), 1/2 cup of tap water and 1/2 cup of table salt.Round shaped biscuit cutter and an egg shaped biscuit cutter.Colourful child friendly paints.A pencil.Some wool. How do I make a Salt Dough Rainbow? Pre-heat the oven at Gas Mark 3. To make the…
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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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Making Lockdown Flatbread Pizza

Making Lockdown Flatbread Pizza

During lockdown I am finding we are trying to waste less food, be more creative and are finding time to do some more cooking from scratch. I have always loved to cook and it's been great to be able to do more with my eldest during this time at home. We had a go at making Lockdown Flatbread Pizza for lunch one day as we had some tomatoes and ham to use up. Ingredients You will need the following ingredients for the Lockdown Flatbread Pizza bases: 200g of plain flour 5g of flour (for work surface when rolling flatbread bases)90ml…
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20+ activities to do with the children between Christmas and New Year

20+ activities to do with the children between Christmas and New Year

The excitement of Christmas Day is now over and you might be looking for a bit of inspiration to keep the children busy at home - especially as Berkshire is in Tier 4. Hopefully you will find some inspiration in this blog post '20+ Activities to do with the children between Christmas and New Year'. Make sure you are following Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram. Activity ideas to do at home; Do some cooking - how about making Lockdown Yeast Free Pizza, Oatmeal Pancakes, Homemade Butter Bean Dip and Rainbow Frozen Chocolate Bananas Make a firework chalk picture in…
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Cardboard Tube Octopus

Cardboard Tube Octopus

Why not have a go at making a Cardboard Tube Octopus? Can you imagine meeting one of these cute little Octopus at the bottom of the sea? Does your child know how many legs and octopus has got? What do you need to make an Cardboard Tube Octopus? A cardboard tube. Scissors. A coloured pen and a pencil. PVA glue. Googly eyes or stickers for eyes. How to make a Cardboard Tube Octopus? Paint the toilet roll the colour you would like your Octopus and let it dry. Once dry, at the bottom of the tube cut 8 lengths, evenly spaced…
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Build a Lego Rainbow

Build a Lego Rainbow

Rainbows - bright, colourful and rewarding to make, why not Build a Lego Rainbow like the one pictured below? What do I need to make a Lego Rainbow? To make a lego rainbow you will need lego pieces ideally in 5-7 colours depending on the size of rainbow you want to make. You will also need several pieces of each colour. (Top Tip: If you have less bricks of certain colours, use those for the inner layers of the rainbow, as they require less bricks). A lego board - although this isn't essential, unless you want to keep the rainbow…
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Pom Pom Counting

Pom Pom Counting

Using objects for counting can make the learning process a more visual and hands on activity versus just using a pen and paper. This Pom Pom Counting activity is bright, colourful and interactive. What do I need? Pom Poms - about 6010 cup cake casesChild friendly tweezers (optional) A pen How do I do the activity? On the insides of the cupcake cases write the following numbers - one number per cake case - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. (See photo above).Line the cup cake cases up in order. Put the pom poms in…
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