New Product – Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles

New Product - Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles (HKD 5 NOT including postage ) Can be picked up at Tseung Kwan O MTR station from Mon to Sun 12noon to 5pm. Ideal for toddlers and preschoolers to practice counting. Can also be used for "What's missing?" game, and many more. Each popsicle stick measures around … Continue reading New Product – Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles

Alphabet Lacing Cardboard Discs

#playwithpackagingmaterials I collected some cardboard and straws over the years, and today I turned them into an activity that can let the little ones to practice the order of alphabets while working on their fine motor skills. It is super easy to make. The cardboard was leftover from my other work so I did not … Continue reading Alphabet Lacing Cardboard Discs

Popsicle Dominos Busy Bag for toddlers and preachoolers – HKD10

#busmabusybag This Busy Bag is handmade by myself. Can be picked up at tseung Kwan O MTR station. For toddlers and preschoolers. Please note: - This is NOT a commercially available product / activity that you buy from a toy shop. The activity is designed by me. - The popsicles are NOT waterproof. - The … Continue reading Popsicle Dominos Busy Bag for toddlers and preachoolers – HKD10

Camp Site – Playgroup craft

Yesterday we made a camp site with one of my Kindergarten playgroups. Love to see the kids' unique design and creativity. We discussed where and how to put things. Lots of talking, lots of ideas, the kids helped each other to make stuff. I bought all the materials from the "12 dollar shop" (Living Plaza) … Continue reading Camp Site – Playgroup craft

Match Up Activity Tray

I was tidying up my house and found some very nice trays and containers I saved before (to make activities for my son to play). I did not want to throw them away because they were so nice. So today I quickly grab some materials and started the transformation. Essentially it's a match up game. … Continue reading Match Up Activity Tray

Turn your kids’ old stickers into magnets

J has less interest to play with the @usborne_books sticker books now (he used to love them very much). I did not want to throw them away because the picture quality is really nice. So I decided to transform the stickers into magnets so he can play with them in another way. The idea is … Continue reading Turn your kids’ old stickers into magnets

Chinese New Year Blossom Tree collage x English playdate

A few days ago I shared with the Playtimes readers my Chinese New Year Blossom Tree collage. I was so eager to see how the kids in my English playdate would create their own masterpiece. I let them to use various colouring crayons and markers, foam stickers, shiny decorations, tissue paper. They then had to … Continue reading Chinese New Year Blossom Tree collage x English playdate

Christmas Quiet time activity – Building a Christmas Tree

Less than 10 mins prep for an easy educational quiet time activity

Using leftover paper strips to make simple Maths activities

I was working on a new project and I had to cut out some paper. I saved up all the leftover paper for jotting notes. Then I suddenly had an idea to make something for J. I made 2 activities out of these leftover paper. 1) Simple counting I would like J to work on … Continue reading Using leftover paper strips to make simple Maths activities