It’s great when things come together isn’t it? This week it’s my turn to tell the story at Tuesday Toddler Group and it’s The Lost Sheep. A week ago I ordered a Treasure Box (they have a special offer and I couldn’t resist) and it’s all about The Lost Sheep. The Treasure Box People is… Read More The Treasure Box People
a pre-school teaching resource to win!… Read More God made water – and a giveaway!
This is a craft where you get in a bit of a sticky mess – but it’s fun! The egg shape is polystyrene. (I bought them from Amazon) I covered it in PVA glue and added tissue paper layers. If you finish off with a layer of glue it’ll look shiny. Experiment with the decoration.… Read More Easter egg – messy craft!
This craft is suitable for all ages – you may have to vary how you decorate the shapes. I used air drying modelling clay to make flowers and eggs. These were cut using cookie cutters. The shapes need time to dry out – a couple of days. We’ll be decorating flower shapes at Toddler Group.… Read More Easter decorations!
The story – from Mark 14,15 and John 20 Our story has a sad beginning – Can you look sad? Jesus died on the Friday. He was put in a tomb (cave) and a big stone was put over the entrance. His friends were very sad and frightened. A whole day went by – that… Read More On the way to Easter with Peter – Friday to Sunday
‘Love heart flower cards’ – I use paper cutters a lot so although they can be expensive they are worth it. It would take me for ever to cut out hearts! The other shapes are squares/rectangles for the vase and thin strips of green paper for the stalks. The leaves and flowers are hearts.
This is a great activity to do with your own children/grandchildren. All you need is a container, some compost, stones, some plants/moss from the garden/seeds and a tomb shape – this could be made from plasticine or clay. It’s a great outdoor activity or, if indoors, cover the area where you are making it with… Read More Time to make an Easter Garden!