It’s been a busy few weeks for us mummies working from home and looking after little man (who also went back to nursery this week - yay!), so we’ve condensed weeks 10 and 11 of the blog into one post!
No. 17 Make a Water Sprinkler
Make your own fun water sprinkler in less than a minute! Take a small plastic bottle and use a needle to pierce a line of holes down the length of the bottle. Turn the bottle and a few inches along make another line of holes down the length of the bottle. Push the bottle firmly onto the end of your garden hose and turn it on!
No. 24 Face Painting
There are so many fun and creative face painting designs to try – find lots of easy face painting ideas and tutorials on YouTube!
No. 39 Learn to Ride a Bike
Now is the perfect time to transition from balance bike to a bike with pedals!
No. 45 Rainbow Cupcakes
These Rainbow Cupcakes are so fun to make and easy to adapt to any cake recipe. Just separate your cake mixture into four bowls and add food colouring before placing a dollop of each colour in your cake cases!
No. 46 Rainbow Bracelet
All you need to make rainbow bracelets are some colourful beads and cord. Make a single sliding knot (there are lots of tutorials on YouTube) and your little ones will find it easy to take the bracelet on and off.
No. 58 Learn Chess
You might not play to ALL the rules, but you’ll be surprised how quickly your little ones will pick up the game of Chess!
No. 73 Paint a Moneybox
While you can’t spend your pennies during lockdown, you can paint a beautiful moneybox to keep them in!
No. 82 Ice Cream Candy Cone
If you want to turn your boring ice cream cone into something more exciting, pour sauce or syrup onto the top of the cone and dip it in chocolate sprinkles!
No. 96 Knock Down Game
The title of the Knock Down Game says it all – and it’s a great way to burn energy and practice throwing skills!
Come back next week for more fun and creative ideas in You, Me & Him: 101 things to do with a 3-year-old in lockdown!