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where to find the knitting pattern to make Bible peopleI like to use a story bag at toddler group story time. I find it holds the interest of the children and adults better than a picture. My mum is a great knitter and made some Bible characters for me. If you are able to have a go at making some then the pattern is available from http://www.alandart.co.uk . They are a good size and can be adapted by adding different clothes. Happy knitting 🙂 and even happier storytelling
Quick no cook playdough recipeThis playdough is a no cook recipe – it uses boiling water so has to be made by an adult. Recipe 1 cup flour 1/4 cup salt 1 teaspoon cream of tarter 1 tablespoon vegetable oil (don’t use a nut oil in case children are allergic) 3/4 cup boiling water Food colouring paste or ready mix water colour paint for colour To make add all the dry ingredients to a mixer and then add the oil, boiling water and colouring and mix till a soft dough.
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Children of almost any age can decorate these simple egg shapes. We’ve used them at a toddler group, but they would be great for older children who would be able to do more intricate designs or pictures. To make them … Continue reading
The story of Moses being hidden in the basket is found in Exodus 2. It is a lovely story to tell to children. Sometimes people point out that the Nile would have been a crocodile infested river but I think … Continue reading
Salt dough recipe 2 cups flour 1 cup salt 1 cup water. Mix together to form a dough. ( I added green food colouring to the dough – but I think it then took longer to dry so I won’t … Continue reading