How to celebrate Chinese New Year in lockdown + lantern craft activity

The Wandering Mother Blog | Chinese New Year Craft Activities

Chinese New Year & Lunar New Year (Friday 12th February 2021) Chinese New Year is also known as the Lunar New Year, Spring Festival or Tết (Vietnamese). It is greatly celebrated worldwide by those of Chinese and Asian heritage. It’s like the equivalent to celebrating January 1st but following the lunar (moon) calendar… yes, that’s […]

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For Kids: Craft Activity Packs List

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Halloween FAmily Things to Do

The online world is brimming full of wonderful things to discover. More so now than ever as we are all still quarantined and in lockdown. BoJo has said today that the UK will be easing restrictions and going forward, it looks like schools may reopen in phase two which is due to start around June […]

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Sunday fun with NahdzAdventures Play Dough Kit

Our lazy Sunday Funday with arts and crafts! We played with our NahdzAdventures homemade play dough kit and made butterflies and pandas. I even plucked up the courage to make some play dough for the kids using a similar recipe…

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How to involve children in Christmas Day preparations

The Wandering Mother Blog | Family & Lifestyle: Christmas

Christmas is such a wonderful time of year and this is even more true when you have children around to share in the magic of it all. The wonder in your children’s eyes at everything from the decorations that are put up at home to the amazing lights that adorn the streets in town is […]

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Self Reflection And Expression Through Drawing

I’ve been self-reflecting a lot more these past few months however I haven’t been able to express it on here like before. LO has been very demanding these past couple of months. I am not sure if it’s because he’s now moved to the toddler room at nursery or because he is approaching that scary […]

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Homemade Paint For Babies And Toddlers

This is something that I learnt from LO’s nursery. It’s also a very cheap way of providing your little ones with cheap and convenient paints that can be easily discarded, not harmful to the kids if they accidentally eat it, and relatively easy to clean. The paint mixture is simply made up of cornflour, water […]

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