The magic of bubbles!!

Those little soapy circle shapes are one of my favourite parts of

our class!  They captivate children immediately and have such

a positive effect.  I have yet to meet a child who doesn't love to

blow or pop bubbles in our sessions!

Bubble play (while secretly developing key milestones) can be used as a calming and therapeutic activity or to provide excitement and encourage active skills.

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Bubble mixture can be easily made at home and you can make some pretty cool bubble blowing tools for some endless bubbly foam! 

During lock down we made experimented making our own bubbles.

Have a go, its so much fun and a great hands on activity for little people...

 

 

Sensory 

Play

Here's what you need -

  • 375ml water  

  • top to 500ml with dishwashing liquid,

  • Mix 1 teaspoon sugar and a dash of hot water -

  • Combine all together and blow!

Lets make bubbles

Now the warmer weather is here why not enjoy some outdoor time with a mindfulness nature hunt.  I love activities like this as it can last a whole morning and not cost a thing!!

 

Plus its a great way to keep the little people busy, engaged while being active and out in the fresh air!

Connect with the great outdoors

Explore &

discover

To download our hunt click here

 

Christmas 

Sing along, make and do at home!

We love this time of year, so much magic and excitement.  So here's a few ideas to make this time extra fun!

Here's a song we have sung this December using our sensory scarves

 

I'm a little snowman

short and fat

Here is my scarf and here is my hat

When the snow is falling hear me say

Build a snowman everyday

(Sung to tune of We wish you a merry Christmas)

let's all do a little clapping

let's all do a little clapping

let's all do a little clapping

and spread Christmas cheer

 

 

let's all do a little jumping

let's all do a little twirling

let's all do a little hopping

 

Make it energetic and use instruments for some extra festive fun!

Paper plate Christmas tree with amazing puffy paint

Puffy paint is a super fun sensory experience that's great for little hands. After it dries, it’s soft to touch!

What you need:

Puffy Paint (1 part glue, 1.5-3 parts shaving cream, a squirt of green paint)

Paper Plates

Craft sticks

Pom poms / sequins / glitter

Directions:

First, cut the paper plate in half.

 

Next, wrap the plate around itself (kind of like a dress) and staple it together in 2 spots, near the top and at the bottom.

The craft stick will become the magical puffy paint paintbrush. It helps keep it nice and thick and gives it that pretty wavy effect. Simply decorate with all extra bits and wait to dry. Puffy paint is a treat! It dries puffy and feels amazing!!!

Whats our topic?

December

Our final topic for the term is Lets Celebrate

From shaking antlers in the hokey pokey to making snow storms with our stretchy lycra.  We will be using our sensory scarves and rainbow ribbons to make gentle snowflake movements and we will be jumping in sparkly tinsel hoops after we practice our gallops and skipping.

What is your favourite Christmas song?  I'm sure our bells will be jingling!

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