Activities & Days Out / 22 September, 2019 / Nanny Anita

Make Your Own Busy Bags

When it is time for me to get lunch or supper ready my charges will normally go and play with their kitchen in the corner, and bring me all sorts of yummy creations to eat. So it seemed natural to take this creativity and put it into a busy bag for when we are at restaurants. I know a large number of places will have activity sheets for them to fill in, which normally have a draw your own pizza or such thing, but these busy bags are more interesting and can be used by children that aren’t at the stage  yet or just aren’t interested in drawing.

Make Your Own Cookie 

You will need:

  • Cardboard
  • Felt
  • Scissors
  1. On the cardboard draw your circles and cut them out to form the actually cookie.
  2. Cut out the icing and shapes to decorate the cookies with.

Make Your Own Pizza

You will need:

  • Foam
  • Scissors

Cut out your pizza bases and toppings.  We had pepperoni, mushrooms, peppers, olives and pineapple as our toppings.

Make your own Monsters

You will need:

  • Foam
  • Scissors

Cut out your monster bodies, arms, legs, eyes, mouths and anything else you think a monster may have.

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