HAPPY WORLD PLAY DAY EVERYONE.
Writing these blogs for the past two weeks has been the most fun I have had for a long time – because, naturally, I have had to test and try many of the activities. My kids have enjoyed it even more than me, I think.
Our very last blog for World Play Day – very sad! But never mind, before we get to the official end, here are our last few activities to make and try…
And into a new week we go. Seeing as Mondays are not everyone's cup of tea, and usually a rushed affair or, if you are lucky, more one of slowly easing into the week, we have a nice easy sensory activity for all the parents out there.
We are heading into winter here in the southern hemisphere, and beach visits are going to get fewer and fewer. If your children love playing with sand, don’t despair, as we have something for you.
At Uviwe we believe that a dad should be involved in his child's life from day one - so seeing that it is weekend, and daddy will be home, I have decided to post an activity that will require a little more time, and daddy's involvement. The beauty of this project is that you can make it as big or as small as you want, you can make it elaborate and a permanent feature, or disposable and quick, and you can make it with the materials and fixtures around you, or actually go out and buy materials for this. Like all play activities, your imagination is your biggest resource.