This half term we’ve put together a Monsoon Journal dedicated to kids, with activities to inspire their break from home to outdoors. Get them making their own tie-dye with natural products you can find at home with a link to our how-to or take them on an outdoor adventure with a list of the best places to walk in nature near you.
Create your own tie-dye
Creating your own tie-dye at home isn’t as hard as you might think, and you can do it with natural products. We have a guide to take you through just what you need and how to do it, keeping the children happy for hours on end with something fun for them to keep at the end of it too. See our dedicated blog post below and if you keep scrolling, you’ll find some fun woodblock and painting projects you can both enjoy doing together!
Take a trip into London, a day out in itself, and bring the kids to a museum with fun art challenges planned in as part of your day. Visit the V&A for activities from baby mindfulness to imagination stations running throughout the half-term week.
Walks outdoors can be so full of adventure. Get them out and into nature with family-friendly walks near you. Day Out with The Kids have put together a handy guide so you can find locations nearby.
Allowing books to take them on their latest adventure is always so magical; a time where they can really use their imagination. Find the 100 best books recommended by Book Trust, all helpfully put into age range lists so you can find the perfect one for your children, whatever their age.
Keep them creative at home with online classes at the University of Arts London, featuring Art and Design workshops and Future Creatives Art Schools, they also have in-person short courses if you live nearby too.