Doesn't this bread look appetising? It was so easy to make, and Eden was able to make most of it herself. As always, I measured the ingredients out (with her help, of course), but she did the rest. Toddlers will love the sticky dough, and will love love love kneading it, stretching it and 'punching' it into shape. It was definitely a very MESSY activity, I'm pretty sure there was a dusting of flour on every surface in my home by the end of it, but it was rewarding. Eden, like so many toddlers, loves makign something, seeing it come to fruition, and then enjoying what she has made. If you decide to give this one a go, make sure you have plenty of time for the clean up afterwards - and make sure you have some jam and a cuppa handy too. ~ L.
This blog is dedicated to sharing ideas for creative play for toddlers, for those times when toys just won't cut it (and there will be those times), for when you've had enough of the telly on in the background, and for anyone who has forgotten what life was like pre-Wiggles. If you're searching for inspiration or resources to occupy your pre-schoolers (especially aged 1-4), I hope this blog can help!
Loving wife of B. and mother of three; preschooler Eden, toddler Ava and baby Zac, and both are roles which tend to keep me happily busy. Moments for 'me' tend to revolve around reading or re-reading my books (which B. refers to as my 'other children').