Have fun making your own bird feeders with this easy recipe and why not take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch too?!
Prepare to be overpowered by the heady fragrance from here on until your lovely bath bombs are complete! However they still fizz without the fragrance too!
Kaleidoscope’s were invented by Scottish scientist David Brewster when a patent was granted on July 10, 1817. The Kaleidoscope was a huge commercial success in his life time and even my modest tinkering with it to share with you has given me a taster of it’s two fold beauty! Both as a science discovery and awesome visual pattern maker!
Glass jars can make beautiful lanterns and what a fun craft activity too!
I hope you enjoy the Chocolate, it is fabulous for both children and adults alike to explore new tastes, ingredients and making experiences together or solo!
Via this blog our aim is to share some resources for developing your little ones imagination, confidence and interest in the world around them!