Sticky Fingers and OASTies Isolation activities
With the current situations we are all facing in our home and work life here at Sticky Fingers we thought we would put together a few simple ideas to keep your child’s keystage goals on track
You will need:
Cookie or play-doh cutters
The pipe cleaner is the handle of the bubble wand. You can attach beads to the pipe cleaner, a cutter to the end to blow bubbles out of or make a circle out of the pipe cleaner.
You will need:
Paper (any scraps, newspaper or coloured)
Tear the paper into small pieces and soak in water overnight.
When it resembles a thick soup you can squash down any bigger pieces with your hands. Then place in a blender for 15-30 seconds on high speed until it is smooth. Pour onto some kitchen roll or sieve to soak any excess water.
Using the silicone mould you can line the shapes with paper and add the seeds, placing paper on the top of the seeds.
Or you can squish the paper and seeds up together and push into the mould.
Leave to dry and then they are ready to use.
1x lime zest
1x lime squeezed
1 kg of watermelon ( about half a watermelon)
Mixed together in a blender and place in a freezable container for 6 hours. Take out the freezer every 2 hours and stir.
CBeebies | Grown ups | Things to do indoors with your children
It can be tricky to find things to do that can hold the attention of the older ones, while being easy enough for younger ones to join in too, but check out our fun tips below to keep them all entertained. Please click here or on the picture to go to the website
Nothing better at the end of the day…
- Quiet time – reading stories together
- Not so quiet time – making music with pots and pans!
- Creative – Painting, shaving foam, make playdoh (if you need recipe let us know)
- Lots of bubbles and fun at bath time
- Potty training