Children will enjoy banging wooden spoons to watch the paint splatter to create works of art.
Use coloured hair ties for children to begin to recognise and understand patterns and hand/eye coordination.
Children will learn about shapes and geometry through pattern blocks, that can be used during rest time.
A simple activity that reinforces basic concepts such colour matching, patterning that can be used during quiet time.
Arrange flowers and petals in a design on contact paper to create a stained glass effect.
This is a great introduction to get children into understanding the lifecycle of plants, how they grow and looking after them.
Children can collect flowers and leaves to pound to make colourful prints.
Create this delicate rainbow crystal garden.
Explore liquid density by creating a firework effect in a jar with this simple activity.
Using nail polish, this science experiment will enable you to create rainbow patterns on paper.
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