This past week we have been working hard to drink more water as part of a partnership with Robinsond Squash’d and take their #getSquashd challenge. As part of Nutrition and Hydration week Robinsons Squash’d asked Maxi to try to increase his water intake. How did he do? Well, we are going to share that with you and what worked for us and why we think it worked.
It really feels as though Spring might have sprung here and this plastic bottle wind spiral mobile is perfect for hanging out in the garden and watching spin as the wind catches it. I love that it is a cross between process art and a craft and it is a great activity for preschoolers through to tweens.
Did you know that it is Nutrition and Hydration week? Robinsons Squash’d asked Maxi to share with you his current drinking habits and then to take the #getSquashd challenge. So Maxi will carry around Squash’d with him during this Nutrition and Hydration week to see if being able to add squash to his water at all times will help him drink more water, then share with you the results. So before I hand over to Maxi, let’s discuss How much water teens should drink.
This Blow art paper plate lion is so much fun to make and if great for a large group of children and so easy to do. Plus how doesn’t like blowing paint to see where it goes. Originally we were going to make our lions on paper, but then Mini had the great idea of using paper plates and they worked even better. As they have a slight upturned edge the children really have to blow hard to get the paint to the edges if they start in the centre and if the start at the edge they learn that the paint will blow to the centre much easier, so it more »
My boys are bottomless. Sometimes it seems they do nothing but eat and when they get home from school they are ravenous. So much so they will grab anything they can find and there is not thought to its nutrition. So as a parent it is down to me to make sure we have a selection of healthy after school snacks available and to help them make the right choice.