Salt Dough Decorations
Here’s a crafty activity that’s perfect for cosy days at home. Make your own Christmas […]Read more
Cutting and mark-making strengthen hand muscles and develops bilateral coordination skills (two-handed coordination) as well as visual-motor skills (eye-hand coordination).
Sit back and listen to the lovely story of The Paper Dolls, read by Katy.
Why not try and make your own paper dolls with your child? In this video link, the author of the book, Julia Donaldson shows you how you can make your own paper dolls, but we’ve also written a few instructions below:
Feel free to colour them in and don’t forget, the dolls jump, dance, sing and can go on an adventure in the house!
Don’t worry if the drawing is not a figure or person, it can be any shape or pattern – get creative!