This post puts in one place the six ‘Corona Creatures’ that Tamie collected to create with our kids. While there has been a whole variety of processing activities we did with them (one, two, three, four), our eldest told a friend that the creature crafts have been the key to […]
Our boys enjoyed the original set of activities to help kids process loss during COVID-19 so much that even once they were completed they asked for a ‘corona activity’. Now that things have settled down a bit, we only do one or two a week. Here are the ‘extras’ we […]
We are entering our 6th week of self-isolation. Our children have a good basic understanding of the Coronavirus and why we are self-isolating but recently their behaviour has suggested they have some unresolved grief that needs to be processed. Some of the behaviours, like fighting with each other more might […]
This was a great free painting on paper plates activity that could then be arranged on his wall to look pretty spiffy. :)
When Elliot requested a digger craft I wasn’t sure what to do so this sort of took shape on the fly. All the little bits of tissue paper provided him with good practice of cutting and pasting without needing a high degree of accuracy. We’re both total suckers for […]
From fairies to castles, toilet rolls are so versatile! Elliot adored both of these crafts – for a non-crafty person like myself, toddler craft really is the sweet spot!
This was a super easy craft to do while we were on holidays at the start of the year, thanks to some foam stickers someone sent us. Elliot stuck them on and Arthur and I drew a background with some textas sent to us by someone else.