Here at Aston Childcare, Safari Animals are always a big hit with the kids and these Safari Animal card cut outs were no exception. Aren’t they fun?!
Here at Aston Childcare, painting is always a big hit with the children.
Because I take children on from babies quite often their first ever painting will be done here and it’s lovely to give these to their proud parents at the end of the day.
Finger painting is a great way to introduce babies to painting. Edible paints and washable paints are good to start off with.
Painting is not only fun for the kids but helps stimulates their brains too. Process Art (Where it’s all about the process and not the end product) is also a great way to foster creativity in children too.
Last week, the children were busy making these terrific tiaras! I adapted the activity slightly depending on their age which ranges from 18 months to 6 years old. They all loved the activity and wore their fantastic creations with pride!
If there’s one (or three!) things my mindees always love it’s glitter, glue and sequins! With this activity they were able to indulge their love of all three. We have done these fantastic cardboard wreaths before but this time they were star shaped!
This time round it was turn of two 2 year olds I look after. Didn’t they do well?!
Continuing our look back at 2018, the start of the Summer Holidays saw us enjoying these fab Bug Colour-In Crowns.
The children aged 3 and 4 loved making these fun Jellyfish plates today with a kit from my favourite arts and crafts suppliers Baker Ross. Aren’t they great?!
The children all loved colouring in a Father’s days card for their Dads this week. We used these trophy cards from Baker Ross. Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there!