This is a fun game you play inside or outside. The stand is made from a paper plate and cardboard tube. Draw a cross in the centre of the plate the width of your tube. Cut along these lines – push your tube through and tape the flaps you have created in your plate to hold the tube in the correct place. You can make one or more of these targets. The rings are simply paper plates with the center cut out.
Bubble Wrap Painting Parade
Why don’t you make your own carnival parade foot prints using bubble wrap. Of course listening to carnival music at the same time is optional!
You will need: Bubble wrap, cellotape, paint and a paint tray, paper, maybe some newspaper to protect your floor!
This is a painting exercise for those who don't like getting messy. You could use hands instead of feet, or both!
Wrap feet in bubble wrap (sort of like a bubble wrap shoe).
Lay down lots of paper on the floor so your child can walk in the paint and stomp around on the paper- making the bubble wrap pop!
Good activity to encourage walking and putting your whole foot down on the floor properly (to hear the bubbles pop and feel the sensation of it popping).
Circus Ball Game
Have you a box and a ball at home? If so, you can make this fun game. All shapes of boxes will work so long as there is a hole big enough for the ball to come out. To make it harder put two holes in the box and then seal the box. This way you can put the ball in one hole but you won't be able to see the ball before you get it to fall out the other hole!
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