Kids can take their minds off of the stresses of school with these two relaxing and satisfying sewing craft kits. They are ideal for a long journey or weekend away because they are compact and everything you need is included. Each CE marked craft kit has easy to follow instructions, along with a stitch guide and recipe. There are two kits: Ice cream cross … Continue reading Sewing kits from Meals and Makes!
Get kids in the kitchen and encourage a life-long love of food and cooking. This recipe pack encourages kids to get involved with the food that they eat (and have fun!). An ideal activity gift for a budding chef. This pack fits nicely into an envelope so is a little gift that is easy to post. Colour-in your picture based recipes with the UK … Continue reading Colour-in recipe cards
The weather is warming up (at last!) and spring flowers are starting to pop out of the ground, so get cutting and sticking with this spring daffodil craft. It can be used as a spring card, maybe for Easter, (…or Mothers day, hint hint!). Or just use as a picture to bring spring to your fridge door! This is the perfect kids craft activity for … Continue reading Egg box daffodil craft
Introducing……..Meals and Makes ‘Grow me’ kits! Three kits which have everything you need to grow your own tiny crop of food on your windowsill, as well as a ‘crafty’ make and some delicious recipes. Each kit includes (everything you need, just add water and sunshine): -1 food safe bag of Organic, untreated seeds to grow your plants. -1 Compostable growing pad (certified as complying with … Continue reading ‘Grow me’ gift kits
Happy new year! With frosty mornings and chilly nights, my girls need hot and filling meals to keep them energised. This is a ‘throw it in the oven and get on with something else’ sort of recipe (so ideal for looking after children at the same time!). Once the slicing is done, kids can help with putting the dish together. Its an ideal family … Continue reading Potato and onion oven bake
Whoosh, pop, bang! With bonfire night looming; make these (gently) explosive treats to keep you going, while you stand outside and wait for the fireworks to be lit. Guaranteed make any firework party go with a…’pop’!! This might not be the best recipe to cook with kids- as the toffee gets so hot- but they can help with the garnish and will enjoy eating … Continue reading Popping bonfire toffee cakes
Mwah ha ha haaaaa! With the nights drawing in and a chill in the air, Halloween is fast approaching. This crafty ‘Make’ will keep children busy over half term, and is not too scary for little ones (although you may need to make the pom pom for them as it can be a bit fiddly: and they can do the eyes!). You can make these … Continue reading Pom pom spider