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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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Walks by Water in Berkshire

Walks by Water in Berkshire

There are lots of wonderful 'Walks by Water in Berkshire', whether it's walking by the River Thames, the Kennet and Avon Canal, a pond or lake. Here are some family friendly walks which we have tired and enjoyed. I have listed a number of walks below, click on the links for a more detailed blog post about each walk, with information about parking. Walks by Water in Berkshire Walking at Simon's Wood, Finchampstead The walk at Simon's Wood is predominately a woodland walk through a fantastic woodland, however it has a pond in the middle of it and makes a…
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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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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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35+ activities to do with the children at home this Christmas

35+ activities to do with the children at home this Christmas

As Berkshire is now in Tier 4 restrictions over the festive season I thought it might be useful to share 35+ activities to do with the children at home this Christmas. If you find this blog post useful don't forget you can also follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. You can also join the mailing list. 35+ at home activities Read books together - we have been reading 'The Christmasaurus' by Tom Fletcher throughout December and highly recommend it. Bake Christmas Food. Here are the recipes for Christmas Marzipan Treats, Festive Rocky Road and Fruit and Nut Chocolate Drops. Make…
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Walking at Braywick Nature Reserve

Walking at Braywick Nature Reserve

We really enjoyed walking at Braywick Nature Reserve in Maidenhead, it makes a lovely family walk. You can park for free in the car park on Hibbert Road which takes you directly into the Formal Park area. There are some beautiful trees and benches dotted around and open green space to enjoy. Where did we walk? When we walked at Braywick Nature Reserve we walked through the Formal Park and past the cemetery on our left. We then followed the path out of the Formal Park keeping to our left and found some wonderful wooden sculptures, which the children really…
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Christmas and New Year Walks in Berkshire

Christmas and New Year Walks in Berkshire

***Please follow Government Guidelines with regards to Tier 4 restrictions due to Covid-19 if going on Christmas and New Year Walks in Berkshire***. Walk suggestions: Dinton Pastures, Wokingham A family walk around Dinton Pastures Lake with a fantastic large play area and cafe. The Copper Horse, The Long Walk, Windsor Great Park An opportunity to walk to a well know landmark in Windsor great park. The walk is flat but long and feels like a real adventure. Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne Buckler's Forest covers 100 acres of forest, grasslands, heathland and ponds. The site was once the former Transport Research Laboratory…
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25+ ideas to help motivate children during a walk

25+ ideas to help motivate children during a walk

We enjoy walking as a family, getting outdoors in the fresh air and seeing what nature has to show us. We are an 'outdoor' family and also have a dog so are out walking everyday. Our eldest walks good distances and our youngest seems to be a keen walker too, now preferring to walk versus going in the buggy. I share a lot of family friendly walks through the Berkshire Mummies Blog including these buggy friendly walks and I am often asked by readers how to motivate children to walk which has inspired this blog post. So here are 25+…
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Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead

Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead

Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead is a play area situation on Boyn Grove (Punt Hill). There is 2.8 hectares of open green space to enjoy. What is in the play area? The play area is has a fence around it and sits at the top of Punt Hill near Boyn Grove Library. The play area is advertised as being suitable for children aged 4-12 years and is a dog free area. There are swings and plenty of climbing equipment at the park. The open space is a large open field based on a hill with a lovely oval bench in…
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