Are you looking for school holiday entertainment?
The school holidays are rapidly approaching. Are you looking for fun, creative, things to do with your child? I was thinking about what I love about school holidays; I love not having the stress of getting out in time for the school run each morning, some of the memories we make together, finding quirky things to do and places to go.
There are days when I run out of ideas.
When the kids are arguing, or claiming they’re bored and I wish I had a back-up plan. Those are the days when they watch too much TV, where we all get irritable and I feel like I’m counting down the minutes until bedtime. Those are the days where I wish I’d planned some school holiday entertainment!
[Squidgydoodle craft boxes are] perfect for school holidays when your ideas are running out. Frasers Fun House Blog
I love that the box contains everything you need for a spontaneous craft session. Thimble & Twig Blog
There are also the rainy days.
For a country where there’s a lot of rain, there aren’t many options for rainy day activities! Children have amazing imaginations. I created Squidgydoodle because I wanted to give grandparents, parents and carers opportunities to spark children’s creativity, through fun art and sensory activities. Rainy days can be a chance to create happy memories. You can become a Superhero and save the day from an evil villain, or enter the magical world of Unicorns & Rainbows and drip paint a unicorn with rainbow rain.
Squidgydoodle boxes are perfectly pitched to keep kids engaged, learning and having fun are ideal to have tucked away in the cupboard for a wet or ‘boring’ day. Leo and I spent a wonderful fun-filled wet afternoon with our Squidgydoodle box. Frasers Fun House Blog
The kids later spent the rest of the day running around as superheroes, and raiding the dressing up box to complete their costumes. The Bear & The Fox Blog
To buy a Squidgydoodle Craft Box for your child’s school holiday entertainment head over to my shop.