Create your own Superhero Comic-Photo-Strip

Does your 7 year old dream of being a superhero one day? Set their imaginations free and make their dreams come true when they create their very own Superhero Comic Strip using basic tools. I decided to channel my son’s love of technology into an activity that he struggles with, for this week’s Super-hero themed … Read more

How to use an apple to explain basic fractions

basic fractions apples

Gets hands on with an apple to explain basic fractions to your second grader. Over here at Crafty Kids at Home, I love to get all 3 of my children involved in most of our activities. However, now that my eldest son is moving up into 2nd Class (equivalent to 2nd Grade) when he goes … Read more

Learn with Play: 150+ Activities for Year Round Fun & Learning

We are very excited to announce the launch of our first co-authored kids activities book – Learn with Play: 150+ Activities for Year Round Fun & Learning I have joined forces with 90+ of my blogging buddies over at the Kid Blogger Network, to bring you a huge resource of activity ideas for kids of … Read more

Summer Break Learning Prompts – Free Printable

Beat the summer slump with these summer break learning prompts for kids aged 5+. After what felt like an endless final few weeks to the end of the school year, we are finally enjoying our summer break. Keeping up with the pace of getting three kids up and out on time each morning, then running … Read more

5 Little Ducks: Play and Learn Number Felt Fun

5 little ducks felt play mat

Does your child love the nursery rhyme “The 5 Little Ducks?” Are you looking for a new way to engage your preschooler in a maths activity? Then combine the two and make this fun felt activity which can be used again and again! We are really enjoying being part of the Rhyme Time blog hop, … Read more

Little Tea Pot Tots Water Transfer Play

 “I’m a Little Teapot, short and stout…” Hearing this nursery rhyme always takes me back to standing in a line with my infant school classmates, singing along and doing the silly actions. Can you remember all of the moves? We are celebrating and sharing activity ideas for “I’m a Little Tea Pot” alongside our Rhyme … Read more

Hickory Dickory Dock Felt Learning Clock

 Use this Hickory, Dickory Dock felt learning clock to teach your kids how to tell the time. We have joined forces with a fab team of kid’s bloggers to bring you “Rhyme Time” every second Wednesday. Each part of the series will focus on a different children’s nursery rhyme and each of the bloggers involved will be sharing … Read more

Love Heart Number Recognition Butterflies

Add some love to learning this Winter with our Love Heart Number Recognition Butterflies Matching Game.  It’s freezing outside, so to warm up our number learning we introduced colourful hearts into a number recognition game. Plus moving the pegs around really helped to warm our hands and fingers up (and help strengthen our fine motor … Read more