- 2 cups kiwi
- 2 cups mango
- 2 cups strawberry
Take each of the above fruits and blend them with a little bit of water (1/4 cup each about), until you have a “fruit paste”. Next, take your ice pop moulds and layer each fruit, starting with kiwi, then mango, then strawberry, or in whichever combination you please!
Let the ice pops sit in the freezer for an hour or two and serve!
Summer is here so why not feed your kids these yummy looking popsicles. These are so colourful and bright and tasty AND you know exactly what is in them. Keep your kids happy and healthy this summer. Have fun making your own combination!
Lollipop stick dolls!
After seeing a post showing homemade lollipop stick dolls here http://fikrielfrana.tumblr.com/post/90244814353/simple-kids-craft-craft-stick-dolls I thought it would be fab to make some with my daughter. She was really excited and decided to make a ballerina for herself and a pirate for her brother :) She started off by choosing a lollipop stick then adding tissue paper and felt ‘clothes’ with glue, tissue paper ‘hair’ and pipe cleaner ‘arms’. She also added some extra details like facial features with a felt tip pen :) We are really pleased with how they turned out and no doubt there will be more added to the collection soon! :)
Day 128: 4th of July Fireworks.
These bad boys were super easy to make with my young kiddos and they had a lot of fun! The final products turned out really cute too, which is always a plus (but not necessary, of course).
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Fork painted sunflower!
After reblogging the fork painted teddy bear I first found here
I thought I would try out some painting with forks with my kiddies. Unfortunately my little boy wasnt too keen but my daughter loved the idea :) She decided she would like to try and paint a sunflower. She dipped her fork into yellow paint and pressed it onto the paper. She gradually built this up into a flower shape. She then dipped the fork tips into brown paint and printed into the middle of the flower to make sunflower seeds. She finished her sunflower off with a stem and leaves! She was super happy with the finished result and has said she is going to try more flowers using the fork! I think it looks fantastic and we will definately be painting like this again! Big thumbs up! :)
Sock puppets have been around for a very long time. They have been used as a bonding activity between parents and children, as well as a creative project for children in the classroom. The reason why they have been around so long is that they are easy and fun to make as well as a…
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Favourite things picture!
My daughter loves this activity! So simple but its been used in our home since she was little. :) It started when she used to ask me “what can I paint mum?” I used to say “Paint some of your favourite things”. Today she painted a ballerina, a heart, ice cream, a feather and a flower. As she has got older she has started using different materials in her pictures. I love the ballerinas slightly crazy hair lol!!! :)