Two mummies working from home… with a 3-year-old to entertain! Follow our adventures and get ideas for things to do with your own little ones in this blog!
No. 6 Make a Pirate Ship
Ahoy! It’s Pirate week! Still got a steady flow of cardboard boxes?.... Become a Sea Rover and get pirate savvy!
No. 7 Make an Anchor and Flag
Get ready to set sail with an anchor and raise the main sail with a Jolly Roger pirate flag!
No. 8 Playdough Pirate Animals
Every pirate needs a parrot for a bucko… or walk the plank and take a swim with Bruce the shark!
No. 9 Pirate Play
Shiver me timbers matey, belay the booty! From mermaids to treasure, sharks to deserted islands, let your imagination run wild with some good olde pirate play!
No. 63 Treasure Hunt
This game is a homemade version of Swashbuckle’s Shipwreck Rummage. Hide ‘treasure’ around the garden or house, then take close-up pictures of their hidden location. Your little pirates must try to spot clues in the pictures to work out where the treasure is hidden!
No. 78 Apple Bobbing
This is a Pirate-themed version of apple bobbing. Make your seaweed out of ripped up bin bags and green ribbon.
No. 22 UPDATE Dalek Box Craft
It’s taken three weeks, but the Dalek is finally finished! Carboard, tape, foam, plastic balls, glue, paint, kitchen utensils and a BBQ kettle lid - this was a zero cost project!
No. 86 Eurovision
We couldn’t let this week pass without a few snaps of Eurovision! A chance to dress up, sing your heart out and dance yourself silly to the best in cheesy euro-pop!
Check out next week's blog for more fun and creativity in week 9 of You, Me & Him: 101 things to do with a 3-year-old in lockdown!