There’s something special about the circus, and here’s the perfect chance to teach your children juggling or maybe the Diablo. It’s not just fab fun, it can be great for a child’s coordination, balance and fine motor skills (and gets them exercising without even knowing it).
Pink giraffe with white spots anyone? When children paint a pottery character there are no rules and it’s a great opportunity for them to express themselves and let their imagination run riot. Just leave them to paint and see what they come up with.
Who knew that spaghetti could teach your child about shapes, lines and patterns? This fun craft encourages imagination by using spaghetti to make bright yellow lines and areas, satisfying little hands and eyes. And each child can take their masterpiece home with them.
Grab some paints, pens, pencils, whatever you fancy, and get creating your very own postcard. Then write a message about your wonderful holiday and all the adventures you’ve managed to squeeze in, and pop it in the post to a family member or friend.
A chance to children make their own sandwiches (we call them funwiches), fill up their own picnic box then head off outside (indoors if the weather is grumpy) for food, fun and a visit from Bear himself. Guaranteed to put a smile on your child’s little face!
Pop a pair of eyes on a pebble and it transforms into a supercute holiday mascot or secret friend. We’ll help your youngsters colour and decorate their very own holiday sidekick, turning it into a seaside mermaid, a fairy or a brave holiday hero.
They say a dream catcher attracts dreams to its web and stops bad dreams in their tracks. Now your children can make their own personalized dream catcher, hang it by their bed and turn any nightmares to beautiful dreams. Perfect for a good night’s sleep!
The chance to make a real badge, keyring or rosette. You can use one of our pre-drawn designs or let your imagination lead you. Once your drawing is done, finish it off using our special press, then place it proudly on yourself and take home as a souvenir of your skills.
We take a simple drawing of Bear, Scratch or Lucy, or another magical character, and make it into a colourful mask for your little ones to wear. Will it be an animal, pirate or a fairy tail princess with you for the rest of your holiday?
Children love making up games and stories using puppet characters, so here’s a chance to make their very own puppet to their very own design. You can use the puppet to breathe new life into a story or sit back and watch as your kids stage their own puppet play.
Join us to make yummy flying saucers any alien would want to fly away in. We take marshmallow teacakes, colour them silver, decorate with gooey chocolate glue, mini marshmallows, coloured icing, and other space sprinkles, and end up with the most irresistibly delicious spaceship.
Getting some fresh air and some close up views of the natural world is a great way to engage the kids with their environment and even learn some geographical skills. We’ll take them on a nature trail to discover local wildlife, collect leaves and other natural items, and then back to create a nature collage.
Here’s a genius idea – a cupcake that doesn’t actually need baking! Once the ingredients have been mixed up, decorate it with whipped cream, chocolate pieces and sprinkles to add the final touches. Then it’s time to tuck in and enjoy your masterpiece.
There’s something enchanting about a balloon, no matter how old we are. And when you stick eyes and hair on a balloon, it’s suddenly transformed into a hilarious bouncy buddy they just won’t want to let go of.
Watch the coloured sands pour into mesmerising swirls and shapes, and make your own holiday souvenir using a plastic shape, sand and glue. Playing in sand is soothing and absorbing for children (and adults!) and this activity is always very popular.