My son is super excited about the shadow concept. So this “pair finding” game worked really well with him. He has matched these cards ‘n’ number of times by now. To bring in some festive cheer for this season, I am extremely excited to share this fun Christmas themed shadow matching activity and a free printable that you can download!Read More
Touch is by far the most interesting and necessary of the ‘five senses’.
I focus on crafting projects for my son which let him explore all sorts of textures and allow him to actively use his senses as he explores the world. As a crafter I have a storage of various types of papers at home. And I find it to be one of the best sources to put his ‘sense of touch’ to work. Touching and sensing different types of material helps a child learn about their environment as a whole!
There are only a few activities that come as naturally to kids as drawing or expressing themselves in various shapes or colors, from the time they develop their finger muscles enough to hold something. And it is not without its benefits. Research says that apart from developing a child’s fine motor skills, drawing or art also helps improve concentration and teaches creative problem solving. And the best part is that it’s fun – the process and the result.Read More
Indoor play areas in Hyderabad are trending fast.
They offer a safe environment, assistance with toys, pretend play areas, science zone and other learning aids. Kids are delighted to play with kids of their age in a larger area jumping, sliding and having fun. Most of these play zones offer birthday party space with décor and food for hassle free celebrations. They offer hourly packages and membership discounts to keep it light on pockets.Read More
Holi, the Festival of colours is here, and we bet that you can actually see and smell the excitement around you – in the colorful flowers blooming everywhere, the bright sun and the awesome weather that makes us all so cheerful! Holi is one of the oldest Hindu festivals. It marks the celebration of spring that says goodbye to winters. Earlier, Holi colors used to be made from flowers of ‘tesu’ or ‘palash’ tree and so, were called…Read More
“I hate craft and I don’t enjoy the fun and enjoyment it gives!”, said no kid ever! Craft is something that kids totally adore and it only boosts their imagination and creativity as well as gives them happiness, fun and entertainment. Here are five simply amazing and easy-to-do craft ideas at home with your 2-4 year oldRead More
Toddlers are a sponge when it comes to learning, and it’s great if you can incorporate learning activities in their daily play. I’m a big believer in learning through play, and find that with how eager children are to learn, it isn’t hard to incorporate learning through play in our everyday life.Read More
Kneading the dough is a great hands-on activity.
Kids like to get their hands messy. You will be surprised at their imagination while they roll the dough.
This activity works for us very well. Shaunak enjoys it. He digs in, cuts, folds and makes stories out of it. He has fun with it for good half to an hour. It is a great sensory activity, to help them feel the rough texture of the flour and show them how it turns into a soft dough after adding water.Read More
Summer has arrived and you are looking for some fun—filled and engaging activity for your child? What if we give a list of super-cool activities that also tell a thing or two about science to them? Are you ready? Since the kids love messy activities, so let’s start with one! Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid, which becomes solid under pressure and flows like a liquid in absence of pressure!Read More
How would you like to spend a complete Sunday full of music, poetry, storytelling, art and craft activities and many more workshops all set amidst an open sky and a beautiful outdoors space!!Read More