Simple Counting Busy Bag with leftover Paper Stripes

This is a super duper simple Busy Bag to make. I have a lot of leftover paper stripes from working on my products and I saved them for making some little busy bags for my son to play. You only need a few equipments to make this busy bag: A cutter to cut the paper … Continue reading Simple Counting Busy Bag with leftover Paper Stripes

Pegs and Popsicles Number and Colour Busy Bag

#busmabusybag Pegs and Popsicles Number and Colour Busy Bag - HKD 20 (NOT including postage) This Busy Bag is handmade by myself. Can be picked up at Tseung Kwan O MTR station. There are 2 activities. 1) Practice number order from 1 to 10. There is a missing number on each coloured popsicle and your … Continue reading Pegs and Popsicles Number and Colour Busy Bag

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

Peppa Pig Counting Busy Bag

I love saving packaging materials and turn them into something fun and interesting for the kids to play and learn.  So over the next few weeks I am going to start a new project on reusing recycling materials to make some busy bags #playwithrecyclingmaterials . I have a lot of spare stickers from some sticker … Continue reading Peppa Pig Counting Busy Bag

Handmade Advent calendar

Of course I make my own advent calendar for J, and of course it does not contain sweets and chocolate. The idea is simple. J has to punch 💪🏻 the holes (which i made with tissue paper) according to the date, then he can retrieve a task card. It can be an activity e.g. make … Continue reading Handmade Advent calendar

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

Word Families activity sets – Level 1 – HKD300 (postage included)

I found learning word families is really useful because it helps children with reading, spelling, and rhyming. A few months ago I introduced word families to my son by showing him that some words share the same patterns, e.g. "cat" and "mat" both end with "at". It helped him read the words more easier. He … Continue reading Word Families activity sets – Level 1 – HKD300 (postage included)

Educational learning activities with toilet rolls and bottle lids

I try to create fun and interesting activities to play and teach my son and his friends in my playdates. Instead of using word and picture cards to teach sight words and family members, I used bottle lids and toilet rolls , popsicles, and a few pieces of rough paper. The kids were so surprised … Continue reading Educational learning activities with toilet rolls and bottle lids

I have, Who has – Number learning cards – HKD30 (postage included)

🎈New product🎈 I have, Who has - Number learning cards - HKD30 (postage included) These learning cards reinforce number recognition (1-100). How to play: 1) Hand out the cards to the kids. 2) The kid with the "Start" card goes first and he/she reads the card "Who has 22." 3) The kid who has 22 … Continue reading I have, Who has – Number learning cards – HKD30 (postage included)