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Rainy Day Fun!

March 29, 2018 | Leave a Comment

Unfortunately, the British Weather is very unpredictable. As we approach summer time, we long for a bit of warmth and sunshine and look forward to spending days at the beach and the playground. However, we can not always guarantee the weather is always going to be so nice. It is most likely that our summer will contain many rainy, wet days.

It can be hard to keep children entertained when you are stuck at home all day. Coming up with new ideas to keep your children or charges occupied can be hard.

Discover our ‘Rainy Day Guide’ for ideas to entertain all!

Grab a jar and some paper and write a few of these ideas down. Fold the paper and put in the jar. When the sun is not shining, grab the jar and pull out an idea!

  • Make a Scrapbook
  • Do some baking – cakes, cookies or cupcakes
  • Have a go at a jigsaw puzzle
  • Play a board game
  • Invite a friend over
  • Read a book
  • Write a story
  • Imaginative play
  • Create your own cinema – watch a film
  • Have a clear out/ de-clutter – toys, clothes
  • Dress up in fancy dress
  • Organise a fashion show
  • Get creative with crafts – check out our paper plate craft activity!
  • Do some colouring or painting
  • Build a den/ fort
  • Play hide & seek
  • Have a treasure hunt around the house
  • Have a dance or singing competition
  • Plan an activity for a sunny day
  • Go for a splash in the Garden – if the rain is not too heavy

So, when the sun is not shining and you find yourself stuck indoors with your children or charges, grab your jar of rainy day activities and have fun with these fun ideas! Who said staying in has to be boring?

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2018

10 Top Easter Gifts for Children 2018

March 12, 2018 | Leave a Comment

Stuck for an Easter Gift to give to your children or charges?

Harmony at Home Children’s Boutique have some stunning gifts that are suitable for any occasion.

This year, Easter falls on Sunday 1st April 2018.

Discover our Easter Gift Guide below:

Easter Gift Guide for Children

Baby’s First Swing – £22.99

As we approach the warmer weather, this baby swing is ideal for the garden and makes a lovely gift. With its bright, bold colours, small children are sure to love.

This swing easily attaches to a tree branch or existing swing frame and is suitable for ages 6 months plus.

Seat size approx: 30 x 30 x 31 cm

Toddler Swing – £24.99

If you are looking for a gift for a toddler, then why not have a look at the toddler swing. This lovely swing is made of solid wood and offers great fun for children in the garden.

This swing easily attaches to a tree branch or existing swing frame and is suitable for ages 2 years plus.

Size approx: 30 x 30 x 140 cm

Easter Hanging Decorations – £1.99

If you are looking for a little gift to give, then these Easter Hanging Decorations are ideal.

Not only do they make cute gifts, they are also perfect for adding a little extra touch to your home this Easter time. Each decoration has a string attached to the top so they can easily be hung up around the house.

There are 2 different designs to choose form:

Bunny: These adorable egg-shaped decorations are hand painted to look like bunnies and come in 3 different colours: Green, Blue & Grey

Chick: These adorable egg-shaped decorations are hand painted to look like chicks and come in 2 different colours: Pink & Blue

Grow it yourself Garden Egg Kit – £7.99

This fun and unique gift idea is ideal to give to all children to encourage them to look after and care for something, giving them the sense of responsibility.

Simply crack open the top of the eggling, just like you would a normal egg, add some water to bring it to life, and place in an area with some sunlight. It really couldn’t be simpler. The seeds have already been planted and spares are also provided. This is such a fantastic Easter Gift idea for children that gives them a little bit of responsibility.

This is also a gift that can last. The plant can grow for up to 5 months in the eggling and after, can be planted directly in soil to keep its life going.

You can even choose what you would like to grow. Choose from:

  • Strawberry
  • Sunflowers
  • Lavender
  • Basil

Bunny Costume Set – £4.95

The is the perfect Easter gift for all children aged 4 years plus. This 3 piece costume contains a pair of bunny ears, a pink bow and white tail, and allows children to dress up and get in the mood for Easter.

This will make the perfect present for anyone who loves to dress up and will be a great addition to the fancy dress box. A great alternative to a chocolate Easter egg, that children will still love.

Fun Easter Egg warmers – £6.95

These fun Easter egg warmers are perfect to give as a little gift. They also bring lots of fun and entertainment to the breakfast table on Easter morning.

2 fun designs to choose from. Choose either the Happy Bird or Easter Bunny!

Giant Colouring Poster – £3.99

If your children love to colour and get creative, then this 126cm long colouring poster full of gorgeous illustrations, would be the perfect gift.

Have fun over the Easter break colouring! Choose from these 2 stunning designs: Under the Sea or Butterfly Ball.

Fashion Studio Activity – £16.50

This makes the perfect gift for older children, aged between 9 – 15, who have a passion for fashion!

This fun kit contains:

  • 34 paper dolls
  • 8X colour felt tips
  • 7X sheets of different clothing items
  • 2X sheets of patterns
  • 2X sheets of sticker accessories

Are you planning on having a Easter Egg hunt this Easter?

Easter Egg Hunt Kit – £6.50 – £7.50

If your family is planning an Easter Egg hunt, then this hunt kit is ideal. Lots of fun is set to be had with this kit.

This kit is complete with: 6 card signs, 3 pairs of bunny footprints to mark the trail, and 8 treat bags to collect the hidden eggs.

If your children love to be creative then the East Egg Hunt Craft kit is perfect. This kit is complete with: 5 pointers, 4 masks, 6 stickers, 4 crayons and 4 colouring pictures.

So, this year if you are looking for something different to give children for Easter why not consider one of these lovely gifts. Alternatively, check out the Harmony at Home Children’s Eco Boutique for even more gift ideas!

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2018

Valentines Day Crafts for Children

January 24, 2018 | Leave a Comment

Celebrate this Valentines Day with your children or charges by getting involved with these fun Valentines Day themed crafts!

Discover our Valentines Day Craft ideas below:

Heart Wreath

To make your very own heart wreath, you will need:

  • A paper plate
  • Coloured card
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  1. To begin, cut out the middle of the paper plate so you are left with just the outer ridged part.
  2. Cut out a number of heart shapes using the coloured card. Create a variety of different sizes, using different coloured card.
  3. Position your heart shapes around the wreath. Once you are happy with your arrangement, stick down with glue.
  4. Decorate further or simply hang up.

Valentines Day cards

The perfect craft for children to make, is there very own valentines card.

You will need:

  • A piece of card – any colour of your choice
  • Your choice of decoration – pom poms, felt tips, tissue paper.
  1. To begin, fold your piece of A4 paper in half.
  2. Decorate and design as you choose! Get creative with your own designs.

We made our very own Valentines Cards:

Love heart paper chains

Paper chains are super easy and fun to make. Children of all ages love to make them so why not have a go at making some for Valentines Day this year?

You will need:

  • Stripes of paper
  • A pair of scissors – With adult supervision
  • A stapler

To make love heart shaped paper chains:

1. First thing you will need to do is create your strips of paper. Choose 2 different colours of A4 card, and cut strips of the same width out. We would recommend cutting across the paper landscape.

2. Depending on how long you would like your chain, make sure you have the appropriate amount of strips. Once you have your strips, you can now create your chain.

3. Grab your first colour strip and fold in half. To turn your strip into a heart, fold over the 2 flaps and staple together.

Discover our attempt below:

4. Now you have your first heart, simply repeat! Remember to thread your next strip through the previous heart to create a chain.

5. Carry on until you have reached your desired chain length.

6. Decorate your chain and hang up this Valentines Day.

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2018

Chinese New Year Lantern Craft

January 24, 2018 | Leave a Comment

This year, Chinese New Year is celebrated on Friday 16th February 2018 and it is the year of the dog.

Nannies, get in the spirit with your charges and make your very own Chinese style lanterns. Not only are they easy to make, they are fun and effective and work perfectly as decorations.

How to make a paper Chinese Lantern:

You will need:

  • Coloured card
  • A pair of scissors
  • A stapler
  • Decorating materials

1). Turn your piece of card landscape and cut a strip out. Put this to one side, as you will need it later to create the handle for your lantern.

2). Fold the piece of card in half.

3). Make a number of cuts down the paper. Do not cut all the way to the end.

4). Unfold your paper.

5). Now fold the paper round and staple the top and bottom

6). Take your strip of paper that you put to one side and attach to the top of your lantern.

7). Get creative and decorate your lantern!

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2018

Top Winter Activities to keep Children Entertained

December 14, 2017 | Leave a Comment

With the weather turning colder and the nights getting darker, Winter has well and truly arrived. So to welcome the new season, we have come up with a few top winter activities to keep all children entertained.

Nannies and parents, keep your children and charges happy with these Winter themed activities that all children are set to love:

Baking

Have a go at making some winter treats with your children or charges. Encourage children to get creative in the kitchen learning new recipes and baking skills.

To get you started, here are a few Winter themed baking ideas:

  • Gingerbread
  • A yule log
  • Mince pies
  • A snowman cake

Go ice skating

If you are looking for a fun filled activity to take your children or charges to, then ice skating is perfect. A top winter time activity that older children can enjoy. Please be aware that it is not advisable to take younger children ice skating.

Have fun in the Snow

With the British weather as unpredictable as it is, we never know what weather we will get next. If snow falls this Winter, have fun playing around, building snowmen, making snow angels, sledging and having snow ball fights.

Make homemade paper chains

Have a go at making your own winter/ Christmas decorations and hang them in your home/ bedroom. A simple craft activity that creates hours of fun! All you will need is lots of strips of wrapping paper and sticky tape.

Make homemade paper snowflakes

A fun winter craft idea that allows you to be as creative as you want to be. Check out our ‘How to’ Guide below:

How to make you own paper snowflake guide:

  1. Grab a piece of A4 Paper
  2. You will need to make your piece of paper square. To do this, take one of the top corners and fold diagonally across the paper. The bit of paper that is below, fold over and crease. This is the bit that you will need to ‘chop’. Cut across the fold that you have made. You should now have a square.  Make sure it is in the right place before you crease the paper.
  3. Fold the square piece of paper in half diagonally and fold the triangle into half again
  4. Next, you will need to fold the triangle into thirds. With the top point of the triangle at the bottom, fold over side 1 (left side) and then repeat for side 2 (right side).
  5. Now chop off the bottom to make it straight.
  6. Now let your creative side come out. Cut out various triangles and shapes along the sides of your snowflake, making it as creative as you like.
  7. Once you have finish your design, unfold to reveal your creation.
  8. If you want to, have a go a decorating your snowflake with colour or even glitter!
  9. When finished, allow to dry if needed and hand up or display on a window.

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Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2017

Christmas Crafts and Activities for Children

November 30, 2017 | Leave a Comment

When stuck for things to do over the Christmas period with your children or charges, have a go at these festive activities and Christmas crafts.

Crafts – Get arty with these fun Christmas themed craft ideas:

Have a go at making your own:

  • Advent Calendar
  • Christmas tree decorations
  • Christmas wreath
  • Paper snowflakes
  • Christmas cards
  • Father Christmas
  • Christmas tree’s

Baking – Have fun in the kitchen baking these delicious festive treats:

Have a got a baking your own:

  • Gingerbread House
  • Mince pies
  • Christmas cake
  • Yule logs

Activities – Get involved with these festive activities to really get you in the Christmas spirit:

Get in the Christmas spirit by taking part in these fun-filled Christmas activities:

  • Decorating your own gingerbread house
  • Christmas carol singing
  • Decorating your own Christmas tree – a perfect activity for children of all ages to get involved with.

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2017

Paper Plate Crafts for Children

November 4, 2017 | Leave a Comment

If you have some left-over paper plates from a recent party or event, why not have fun and get crafty with your children or charges?

Make good use of your left over paper plates with these fun craft ideas…

Bunny Rabbit

Resources you will need:

  • A paper plate
  • 3 pink pipe cleaners
  • A pink pom pom
  • A pair of googly eyes
  • White card
  • Pink card
  • Scissors
  • Glue dots

Make use of your left over plate by creating your very own bunny. We had a go, and this is how ours turned out…

All you will need to do is…

  1. Grab a plate and turn it over
  2. Add a pair of googly eyes and secure a pink pom pom for the nose
  3. Grab your 3 pipe cleaners and cut in half to make 6
  4. Secure to the plate, 3 either side of the nose
  5. It is up to you how you decide to decorate, but don’t forget to draw on a mouth
  6. For the ears, cut out your desired shape on white card and the same shape but smaller onto pink card
  7. You should be left with 4 ears. Secure the pink ones onto the white card and attach to the top of your bunny rabbit
  8. Don’t forget to give your bunny a name!

Cow

Resources you will need:

  • A paper plate
  • Black card
  • Pink card
  • A pair of googly eyes
  • A pink pipe cleaner
  • Glue
  • Sellotape
  • Scissors

Make use of your left over plate by creating your very own cow. We had a go, and this is how ours turned out…

All you will need to do is…

  1. Grab some black card and cut out a number of different size and shape dots.
  2. Using the same black card, cut out 2 ear shapes. Once you have you 2 ears, grab a piece of pink card and cut out 2 of the same shapes smaller and stick onto the black card.
  3. With the same pink card, cut out a large oval shape to use as the mouth.
  4. Grab you paper plate to stick everything down
  5. At the bottom, secure the mouth down with glue and arrange the black spots around the plate. Secure these with glue and secure your ears either side too.
  6. Add a pair of googly eyes and the finer details, such as a mouth and a nose
  7. Don’t forget to give your cow a tail! Use a pink pipe cleaner and wrap around a pen to create the curl. When desired look has been created, secure to the back of the plate with sellotape.

Poppy

Resources you will need:

  • A paper plate
  • Red tissue paper
  • Black card
  • Scissors
  • Glue or glue dots

In remembrance of Remembrance Sunday, make use of your paper plate and create your very own poppy. We had a go, and this is how ours turned out…

All you will need to do is…

  1. Grab your plate and cut out 4 small triangles to give you a poppy like shape
  2. Once you have your shape, grab some red tissue paper. Simply tear off stripes, scrunch and stick down. This will need to be done to cover the entire plate.
  3. Using some black card, cut out a small black circle to stick in the middle of your poppy.

Weather Chart

Resources you will need:

  • A paper plate
  • A selection of coloured pens for decoration
  • Coloured card
  • A split pin
  • Scissors

Make use of your left over paper plate by creating your very own weather chart. A fun way for children to learn about the weather. We had a go and this is how ours turned out…

All you will need to do is:

  1. Grab your paper plate and draw on 2 lines – 1 down the middle and the other across to give you 4 sections
  2. In each section, draw something that represents each weather type. The mains ones I would focus would be ‘sunny, rainy, cloudy and windy’. However, for the different seasons you may decide to change to make more appropriate
  3. You may also decide to write the weather type alongside your picture
  4. Once you have finished decorating, you will need to draw an arrow shape on a piece of card and cut out
  5. Using a split pin, pierce the end of your arrow through with the middle of the paper plate to connect
  6. Using your weather chart, encourage your children or charges to have a go at identifying the weather at the start of each day.

Clock

Resources you will need:

  • A paper plate
  • A selection of coloured pens for decoration
  • Coloured card
  • A split pin
  • Ruler
  • Scissors

Learning to tell the time is not always easy. Have a go at making this paper plate clock craft with your children or charges to try and make the process a little simpler. We had a go and this is how ours turned out…

All you will need to do is:

  1. Grab your paper plate and using a ruler draw 2 lines – 1 down the middle and the other across
  2. Working around the plate, add the numbers of a clock starting with 12 o’clock at the top, working your way around
  3. To make learning the time a little easier, write on the appropriate time labels. For example, quarter past, half past.
  4. It wouldn’t be a clock with out the clock hands, so you will need to cut out 2 hands from a piece of card. You will need to make one big hand and one small hand!
  5. When you have your 2 clock hands, attach to the middle of your plate using a split pin
  6. Once you have created your clock, decorate as desired and have fun learning the time.

Leaf Wreath

Resources you will need:

  • Paper plate
  • Scissors
  • Leaves (Craft or real ones)
  • Glue or glue dots

The perfect Autumnal craft to use up a left over paper plate. We had a go and this is how ours tuned out…

All you will need to do it:

  1. Cut out the middle section of your paper plate so that you are just left with the outer ‘ridged’ part.
  2. Arrange your leafs onto the plate template. Have a go at either using real leaves found in the garden, or craft ones. Both are very effective
  3. When you are happy with your arrangement, stick down using glue dots
  4. Once you have secured all leaves down, choose a place to hang your creation!

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2017

Spooktacular Halloween Activities and Crafts

October 24, 2017 | Leave a Comment

Halloween season is nearly upon us. Get ready for the coming festival with your children or charges with these Halloween themed ideas that are perfect for all ages.

What you can do to get involved with Halloween this year…

Dressing up

Children love to dress up and Halloween gives them the ideal opportunity to do so. With lots of costume ideas, it can be hard to choose just one. Discover a few ideas that are perfect for trick or treating or Halloween parties.

A few dress up ideas to get you thinking…

  • Cat
  • Spider
  • Pumpkin
  • Ghost
  • Bat
  • Witch
  • Wizard
  • Mummy

Pumpkins

When you think of Halloween, a pumpkin is probably one of the first things that comes to mind. It may sound daft, but a lot of fun can be had with a pumpkin! Why not have a go at these fun pumpkin activities…

  • Decorating – Have a go at decorating a pumpkin by using a selection of paints and materials. Get creative and see who can come up with the funkiest design.
  • Carving – If you decide to have a pumpkin outside your house to entice in trick or treaters, get your children/ charges involved and see who can create the best design. Have a go at carving different shapes and faces and see whose is the scariest.
  • Cooking – If your children/ charges love to bake, have a go at making delicious pumpkin soup, a pumpkin pie or some yummy muffins. With so many recipes to choose from, there are lots of ways to use up those leftover pumpkins.

Halloween Crafts

Have fun with these creepy craft ideas…

Pumpkin Stamps

What you will need:

  • An apple
  • Paint – a selection of colours
  • Paper or card to print on
  • Decorations – a selection of materials or colouring tools to decorate with when the paint has dried.

Cut an apple in half and apply a decent amount of paint to one side

Press down onto a piece of paper

Remove the apple and you should be left with a pumpkin shape

Wait to dry and decorate.

Satsuma & Munchkin PumpkinsAn easy, inexpensive craft idea…

All you will need for this easy, fun craft is a couple of satsumas or munchkin pumpkins and some permanent markers or googly eyes depending on preference.

Have a go using different colour pens and creating different designs.

We had a go and this is how ours turned out:

Cardboard Bats

What you will need:

  • Black cardboard paper
  • Googly eyes
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Extra decorations – optional
  • Sellotape
  • Sticky dots

All you need to do to create this simple craft is grab some card, cut in into A5 size and wrap it. Make sure you secure with some sellotape.

All bats need wings, so once you have created the body, add a pair of wings and decorate as you please. Draw on some features and use pipe cleaners for the ears and feet!

We had a go and this is how ours turned out:


Paper Plate Spiders

What you will need:

  • Paper plates
  • Black paper or cardboard
  • Pipe cleaners – have a go at using different colours for each spider
  • Googly eyes
  • String
  • Glue

To create this creepy craft, simply cut away the outside of a paper plate. You can either choose to paint this black or cut out a piece of card to stick over the top.

Once you have you body, don’t forget about the legs. Spiders have 8 legs and pipe cleaners work perfectly. Secure them down with some sticky tape and add some creepy eyes.

You may decide to create a small hole at the top of your spider to attach some string. This is a fun way of bringing your spider to life!

We had a go and this is how ours turned out:

String Spiders Web

What you will need:

  • Lollypop sticks – have a go at using different colours. Orange and black work well
  • Black string – have a go at using different colours to create different effects.
  • Sticky dots or sellotape

Every spider has a web! Have a go at creating your own one.

All you have to do is stick together 3 lolly pop sticks in a ‘wheel shape’ manner. Once you have secured these down, grab some string and start wrapping it around! Once you have finished wrapping, secure down with a sticky dot or some tape.

We had a go and this is how ours turned out:

Paper Plate Ghosts

You will need:

  • Black cardboard
  • Paper plates
  • A white pen (alternative colours can also be used)
  • String
  • Glue

If you have extra paper plates lying around, why not create a ghost out of one. Simply grab some black card and cut out a ‘ghost like’ template and assemble to the plate.

Decorate by adding different materials or colour in using a selection of different colours. Lots of fun and creation to be had!

To bring your ghost to life, create a small hole at the top and thread through some sting.

We had a go and this is how ours turned out:

Whatever your plans are this Halloween, have fun and enjoy getting creative making a variety of different art and crafts!

Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2017

Christmas Letters, the perfect activity for Nannies, parents and children

October 13, 2017 | Leave a Comment

Christmas is coming! Nannies be prepared with our quick guide.

The festive season is nearly upon us. Don’t let your children or charges forget to write their letter to Father Christmas and his Elves to inform them of what they would like to receive for Christmas this year.

Nannies and parents, if you are looking for the perfect activity to do with your charges after school, have a go at writing a letter to Father Christmas.

Christmas is a very busy time for Santa and his Elves. He needs plenty of time to get gifts sorted and wrapped and make sure his sleigh is prepared for the long journey ahead. Not only has he got to get all of this sorted, he will be busy replying to all letters he receives. So, make sure your child or charge sends theirs in by Friday 8th December 2017, to receive a reply don’t forget to include your name and address!

Royal Mail Letters:

If you are sending your letter off to Father Christmas via Royal Mail, please address your letter to:

Santa/Father Christmas

Santa’s Grotto

Reindeerland

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If your child or charge has already sent off this years Christmas list, or is perhaps too young to write a letter to Santa, fear not! You can arrange for them to receive their very own letter from Santa!

Charity Letters:

Have your child or charge receive a letter from Father Christmas by creating one via the NSPCC.

You can order a letter and choose from a number of different templates, just by making a small donation to a worthy cause.

There are a number of different templates to choose from depending on the age of your child or charge. Once you have selected your template, have fun personalising your letter to make it special.

This is a lovely way for children to receive their very own letter from Santa.

Give it a go and have fun personalising your letter for your charge today >>> https://letterfromsanta.nspcc.org.uk/

Create your own:

You may decide that you would like to create your own letter on behalf of Father Christmas. Have a go at designing and personalising your own letter for your child or charge.

Don’t forget to leave out those ‘special treats’ for Father Christmas and a couple of carrots for his reindeers! I have been told that Santa is quite partial to a mince pie or two.

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Changing seasons – Summer to Autumn

September 5, 2017 | Leave a Comment

The Arrival of Autumn

As we prepare to say good bye to summer for another year, we can eagerly await Autumn. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter and whilst some people find it hard to say goodbye to the warmer weather, others adore this time of year.

A true sign that Autumn is upon us is when the evenings start to become darker earlier and the mornings stay darker for longer.  The weather begins to feel colder as the temperature starts to fall. A significant sign of the arrival of Autumn will be when the leaves start to change colour from green into rich reds and yellows and start to shed.

Autumnal activities for children to get involved with

A selection of fun, crafty, and learning ideas and activities for children to get involved in all relating to Autumn:

Leaf Printing

All you will need for this fun, arty activity will be:

  • Leaves – Choose from a selection of the Autumnal leaves that have fallen from the trees
  • Paints – A variety of autumnal colours (Red, brown, yellow)
  • Paper to print onto
  • Rolling pin to create the perfect effect

What to do:

  1. Gather up some leaves in a variety of different shapes and sizes
  2. Paint on to the leaf.
  3. Place the painted leaf onto a piece of paper and place another piece of paper over the top
  4. Press down! (You may find that using a rolling pin is a better effective tool to create the perfect stamp)
  5. Remove the paper on top to reveal your finished piece of art!

Drawing, colouring and painting

Lots of Autumnal themed drawing, colouring and painting can be done.

A few ideas:

  • Pumpkins
  • Scarecrows
  • Squirrels
  • Conkers
  • Acorns
  • Trees/leaves
  • Sunflowers

Collecting Conkers/acorns

A true sign that Autumn has arrived is when we see conkers and acorns beginning to fall from the trees.

Children enjoy going out and seeing what they can find. Have a go at going conker hunting and see if you can build up a collection of conkers.

Baking

Having fun and getting creative in the kitchen is the perfect activity for children to get involved with. Have a go at baking some ‘Autumn themed’ treats to get you in the mood for this coming season.

When you think of Autumn, what comes to mind? Halloween, falling leaves, darker evenings? Maybe it it a specific colour, red, orange or brown. Whatever you relate to the season, try and incorporate it into your baking.

A few ideas:

  • Cookies in a variety of shapes – pumpkins, leaves or candy corn
  • Toffee apple cake
  • Pumpkin spice cake
  • Apple & cinnamon crisps

 

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