School is now out and it’s time to look for inspiration
for fun and exciting things to entertain the children over what is quite a long
holiday period. To help me in my quest
for happy occupied boys, Chad Valley kindly sent me a bundle of products to
encourage playtime. Argos also have
some free stories and play ideas on their website
to coincide with the hashtag.
can follow the hashtag #100daysofplay for lots of useful ideas you can try out,
the hashtag will be running until the 19th of September so you have
plenty of time to get ideas or contribute your own. We will be keeping an eye on the hashtag ourselves; especially
with so many days to fill we will need lots of plans whatever the weather to
enrich our time together as a family.
Following the hashtag might give us a chance to find lovely activities
that will be affordable too. As much as
I love family trips away we can only do it every now and then, so I need cheap
or free play ideas for the main bulk of the holidays.
my two do not keep busy enough it’s just a recipe for arguing, so from the
included package I have made sure they have been more active. We added the coloured play balls to the
trampoline and the boys have been very lively, trying to bounce them out of the
I am not sure how keen the
neighbours will be when the balls whiz over to their gardens mind! Then youngest has burnt off lots of energy
on the space hopper; I loved this type of toy as a child. I admit I did have a sneaky go of his one,
but my knees aren’t what they used to be!!!
hope to see lots of you involved in #100daysofplay and find it useful. Already thousands of parents and
grandparents have got involved. So be
creative, spark their imagination and most importantly have fun together this