Activity: What can you find in your garden or the local park? Depending on the season you might spot...daffodils, tulips, roses or other flowers; buds or leaves on the trees; orange, brown or yellow leaves on the floor; and minibeasts crawling and wriggling around.
Craft: Why not draw or make some flowers, trees and plants, using colours, glue, tissue paper, old boxes, or whatever you have at home.
Baby Sensory: Sing 'Insy Winsy Spider'. Pick some flowers and leaves from the garden or local park and explore their different textures.
Activity: One of the best things about going to the beach is playing in the sea. Fill a washing up bowl with water, put your sun hat on, have a splash around and pretend you're at the beach!
Craft: Can you make a beach picture? Use colours, glue, tissue paper or whatever you have at home.
Baby Sensory: Sing 'Row, Row, Row Your Boat'. Babies can enjoy water play, too! Make sure the water is body temperature so they don't get too hot or too cold.
Activity: Edwardian children used to play with wooden blocks. Why not use your building blocks to build the tallest tower you can!
Craft: Some of the earliest artwork was on the walls in caves. You could make your own cave painting using chalks and pastels on dark paper or card.
Baby Sensory: Sing 'Bob the Builder'. Build your baby a tower using age appropriate blocks and let them knock it down.
Activity: Get messy with an Edwardian kitchen theme! Try mixing cornflour and water together, and add in food colouring, herbs or spices to change the colour and texture.
Craft: Draw your favourite meal or help make tea one night!
Baby Sensory: Babies can enjoy messy kitchen play, too! Keep the mix free of small objects. Why not add some banana or other baby snacks to enjoy?
Activity: Why not help the grown-ups to do the washing, dusting, sweeping or hoovering. Which is your favourite activity?
Craft: Design some new clothes on paper or card, cut them out, and use some pegs to hang them on a string washing line!
Baby Sensory: Get out some unused soft cleaning cloths, sponges, brushes and toothbrushes to explore.
Activity: Why not get your teddy bears and dolls together for a tea party! What's your favourite biscuit or cake? What's your favourite fruit? What's your favourite drink?
Craft: Draw your favourite cake - or better still, bake it and eat what you've made!
Baby Sensory: Sing 'Teddy Bear's Picnic'. Put some pieces of bread, fruit and baby snacks in a washing up bowl to explore.