Our school holidays won’t be just full of printable worksheets! I really hope Sam will be outside a lot of the day, using his Tetun and spending time with the kids of the local area. But even when outside and playing, we sometimes need some motivation and creativity, as the swing gets a bit boring after awhile. So here’s our list of fifteen things that Sam and I found online that we want to try and do these holidays.
1. Ferocious fish
When Sam saw these images on Pinterest his creativity started to flow! “When can Imake the mean fish Mum?”
2. Make your own crystals with just sugar and water!
3. Crazy feet and hand pictures.
4. A slime recipe I can actually make. Weird ingredients that I actually have in the house. Hope it works.
5. How does that work Mum? Science experiment time.
What melts in the sun?
6. Straw rockets
7. Spider Art
8. Fun with rocks! We have lots of those here.
A rock catepillar
9. Make a volcano
10. Make a toilet paper rocket
11. Googley eyed bookmarks
12. Penny Spinners
13. Water Fun
Shoot down cups and targets
14. Make a construction out of dough and sticks
15. Play Lego ALL Day!
This clever Mum has put together a Lego idea for every day of the month!
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Build a city and test it with a human shaking earthquake.
Frugal Fun for boys is an amazing website! She has great creative ideas and her Lego ideas are endless!
We tried this when Sam was sick…. he loved it! A Lego zipline.
Another very clever Mum with great ideas to inspire your Lego play.
Sam has an obsession with the Eiffel Tower at the moment, perhaps in part due to his French friend at school. So he wants to build this on our holidays!
I love the creativity of this guy… perhaps with a camera our kids could make their own book like this.