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How to Make Water Walk!

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How to Make Water Walk!

Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are also included to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments. You will need 5-6 plastic cups (or glass mason jars work well too) with three filled with water, red, yellow and blue color […]

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Magic Rainbow Water!

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Magic Rainbow Water!

Magic Rainbow Water Let’s learn about density! Ask your adult assistant to help you find somewhere to set up your science lab. Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are recommended to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments.   You […]

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Science Fun – Color Mixing

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Science Fun – Color Mixing

Mixing Colored Water Ask your adult assistant to help you find somewhere to set up your science lab. Protect surfaces and clothing as appropriate before undertaking science experiments. Safety glasses are also included to protect eyes from splashes, as needed.  Adult supervision is required at all times whilst undertaking experiments. First of all you need […]

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How to Make Glitter Wands for Witches and Wizards!

How to Make Glitter Wands for Witches and Wizards!

This is a really quick and simple way to turn some plain old sticks into glittering, magic wands. Get those coats and boots on and head outside for a stick treasure hunt. Gather up some sticks from outdoors. Don’t worry if they are crooked or gnarly old sticks, that just adds to the character. Gather the […]

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Bonus Meteorologist Activities

Bonus Meteorologist Activities

Pretend Play Meteorologist Weather is everywhere. Hot or cold, sunny or rainy, the weather affects what we do, where we live and even how we dress! It’s also pretty fascinating to learn about. Weather is different all over the world. It’s even different from state to state throughout the United States. Weather is made up […]

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Florist Printable Message Cards

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Florist Printable Message Cards

My Flower Shop – Printable Gift Cards Here are some free printable message cards to use with your pretend play Flower Shop kit, to convey gift messages from your customers to the lucky recipient! You can download the cards to via the link below the image for printing. Florist Card Printables

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How to Make a DIY Treasure Chest

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How to Make a DIY Treasure Chest

If you received a Treasure Island Bramble Box this month you should have everything you need to make a treasure chest out of colored, large craft sticks. This treasure chest is the perfect prop to use with our indoor treasure hunt; fill with coins, gems, candy or other treasure! How to Make a Treasure Chest: […]

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Treasure Hunt For Kids

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Treasure Hunt For Kids

A perfect way to beat boredom is to create an indoor treasure hunt.  It can be as easy or as hard as you want it to be and can be played over and over again. This fun treasure hunt activity was part of our Treasure Island pretend play & craft kit, one of many themes […]

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How Safe is Snow Ice Cream?

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How Safe is Snow Ice Cream?

It’s been trending on Pinterest for a while, especially during the ‘snowmegeddon’ that hit the North-east in early 2016. Yesterday we decided to give it a try and see what all the fuss was about and it turned out great.  However, my husband on the other hand refused give it a taste test, which got […]

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Go Fishing! Indoor fishing and learning. Letter, number and word recognition.

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Go Fishing! Indoor fishing and learning. Letter, number and word recognition.

This game is usually made with the use of small magnets and metal objects such as washers or paper clips. Avoid the danger of small magnets with this super simple indoor fishing game! The materials and instructions for this game were included in the September Bramble Box.  To recreate this craft at home you will […]

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