3 - 6 year oldS
These classes are for toddlers & preschoolers and their parents/ carers. You can pick any lessons that you like and work at a speed that you and your students feel comfortable with. Always remember to make the craft first before presenting a class. We will be uploading new lessons on an ongoing basis.
This is a really fun and easy STEM craft that will be enjoyed by young and old.
Quick! get some stuff done, Peppa Pig is on!
Hang your dream catcher above your bed. When you wake up you will feel refreshed after a pleasant and peaceful sleep.
egg carton caterpillar
toilet roll caterpillar
Spider & web
“The itsy bitsy spider…”
Fill your box with bugs & leaves!
Super Tall Ice Cream
Lick your lips!
Birds of a feather build nests together!
Bubble wrap HOT AIR BALLOOn
Up, up and away in your beautiful balloon!
PUFFY OWLS AND ICE PAINTING
Ice painting is a lots of fun, it’s so simple to prepare and the children will love creating vibrant colours and mixing them to make new colours.
Car and cloud artwork
This large scale colourful painting is fun to paint and creating the car and cloud is a great way to develop fine motor skills.
CALM DOWN SENSORY BOTTLES
Focusing on the objects in the Sensory Bottle will help a child calm down and focus their attention.
Make these colourful fun boxes with 2 - 4 games inside.
The parents and children both loved this craft as it provided a lot of fine motor skill stimulation and hours of play after class.
race car toy
Keep the children engaged by using lots of different mediums and materials to decororate, add wheels and dont forget the flames!
Make these adorable rainbow giraffe puppet toys.
Keep the children engaged by using lots of different mediums and materials, adding a fuel engine to your rocket and making your own flames. Now lets go play outside and see who can reach the stars!!
This is a proper STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) art project. Create your own abacus and show the children how to use it, assemble moving arms and legs and tell them all about the advances in science and robots!
Why make regular donuts if you can have GIANT ones!?
Nutritional value: zero sugar and tons of fun!
process art bugs
Keep the children engaged by using lots of different mediums and materials. Explain the fine motor skill exercises and let the children do them with adults only assisting.
binoculars & bird puzzle
Make some fun bird puzzles and rainbow binoculars out of toilet paper rolls! The children enjoyed trying to assemble their bird puzzles again.
A lovely process art lesson. Each child made a trophy for someone special.
mr & Mrs shake shake shake
This is a really fun interactive lesson. The children loved the shaking game after class.
This is a really fun craft to make and will provide hours of play afterwards. It was a hit especially with the 4 and 5 year olds. The children really loved the iPad ‘touch screen goo’ and to move their iPad icons into place, its educational and fun. This craft is a must for all branch owners!
Humpty Dumpty DOORSTOP
The children really loved filling their Humpty Dumpty’s with sand couldn’t believe how heavy and squishy it got. Plan this for a nice day as you need to be outside when working with sand.
giant ice creams
I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE-CREAM! Add lots of glitter to make it look extra delicious!
This little bunny goes, hop hop hop
While his big fluffy ears go, flop flop flop
Wiggle your ears & crinkle your nose
Then wiggle wiggle wiggle
Right down to your toes
horses and unicorns
A long time ago, when the earth was green,
there were more kinds of animals, but the loveliest of them all, was the unicorn.
Make a fluffy, floppy, huggable and cuddly soft toy caterpillar. This is a really easy and enjoyable craft for the kids and the adults.
Ask the children if they have visited the local aquarium. What did they like best? We are always in awe of watching the beautiful jellyfish swim around in their tanks. Make your own multi coloured jelly fish today.
A rain stick is originally made from hollowed plant stalks which, when turned, produces a pattering sound similar to that of rain. The sound produced by the instrument has contributed to the common notion that the rain stick has historically been used in rituals to summon rain.
This craft is a hit for all ages!
With this craft we will be working with SHAVING FOAM! Shaving foam is one of the best materials for sensory play – it’s like bubble bath foam that doesn’t fade away! Sensory play encourages children to manipulate and mold materials, building up their fine motor skills and coordination.
Robot, robot, Turn around. Robot, robot, Touch the ground.