String pulling magic box – HKD 50 (Brand new)

String pulling magic box - HKD 50 (Brand new) I made one for my Kindergarten playgroup and all the kids loved it very much. They liked pulling the string and see who got the longest of all. They played with it over and over again! When the kids have finished pulling the strings, you can … Continue reading String pulling magic box – HKD 50 (Brand new)

Car Repair Centre

#playwithpackagingmaterials I must say there are so many interesting packaging materials. I got this black "divider" from buying an instant coffee powder from thr supermarket. I fell in love with it as soon as I opened the package. I knew I could make something with it. I turned it into a Car Repair Centre. I … Continue reading Car Repair Centre

The Big Thing at The Mills (Tseun Wan, Hong Kong)

Today we went to the Big Thing, an indoor playroom at The Mills in Tseun Wan, Hong Kong. The place is not huge, but it is beautifully designed. J said he loved the wooden play equipment. They are not the ones you would commonly find in the usual playrooms in Hong Kong. There are areas … Continue reading The Big Thing at The Mills (Tseun Wan, Hong Kong)

Jordan Valley Park – fun race tracks for remote control cars

Today we went to Jordan Valley Playground to let J to play with his remote control cars and truck.It was a lovely warm day. J enjoyed it a lot. The park is spacious so even though there were quite a bit of people in the park today, it didn't feel very crowded. We played in … Continue reading Jordan Valley Park – fun race tracks for remote control cars

Free Printable for Post Office Dramatic Play

A few days ago I set up a Post Office dramatic play for the kids in my playgroup. I then also designed this to go with the play. The kids loved it. They can easily recognise the pictures and link them to the words. They are also learning some new words for example "parcel", "fragile", … Continue reading Free Printable for Post Office Dramatic Play

Post Office Dramatic Play

Pretend play in my Kindergarten playgroup. All the kids put their hand up when I asked them who wants to work in the Post Office. Everyone was working very hard. Writing letters, packing their parcels (i provided them with packaging materials and sticky tape), stamping the date, checking the letter / parcel, paying for the … Continue reading Post Office Dramatic Play

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

Ice Cream Shop Dramatic Play

Once in a while I would set up dramatic play for the kids in my playgroup. Today I set up an Ice Cream Shop at home. I designed all the labels and order form, and handmade all the props myself. I enjoyed making everything and really proud of the outcome. To make the cones: I … Continue reading Ice Cream Shop Dramatic Play

Tong Ming Street Park

Tong Ming Street Park is one of the parks that we always go in our area. It has two medium sized playgrounds, one for above 5 years old, one for below 5. The play facilities are fairly new, and the park area is very clean. There are toilets right to the playground. J was 1 … Continue reading Tong Ming Street Park

Playright Children’s Play Association event at Victoria Park March 2019

I am a big fan of the activities organised by Playright Children's Play Association. Today I brought J to Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to join their event (賽馬會智樂社區綠化遊樂場2019), as mentioned in my previous post. J loved and played almost all the activities there. I like to see all the kids having so much fun … Continue reading Playright Children’s Play Association event at Victoria Park March 2019