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🤗 We’ve been waiting to announce this BIG news too! Everyone meet Nikki! We are SEE MAKE PLAY! We met at sleep school 😂 and totally crushed on each other. We’ve already married off our kids 😉 We are pumped for this festive season and we are pretty much booked out 🙃 so if you are thinking about organising some crafty fun times at your next event, get in touch quick ✂️🎄
Ways to help your child create a love for reading!
Helping your child to love reading is one of the most powerful gifts that you can bestow upon them. If they love the experience of reading, they will approach the process of reading with a positive mindset and attitude.
Article written by Francesca Sferlazza for Mama Mag Dec/Jan 2016 edition
Helping your child to love reading is one of the most powerful gifts that you can bestow upon them. If they love the experience of reading, they will approach the process of reading with a positive mindset and attitude. Here are some ways in which you can help your child love reading.
Make reading fun. Create a reading fort at home with your child using old blankets and sheets. Grab a book and a torch and snuggle into the fort with your child and read! You could even create a quite reading corner somewhere in your home that has a comfy cushion or beanbag and a pile of books, ready for reading at anytime of the day.
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We are CRAZY for amazing wrapping paper and we thought, wouldn’t it be awesome if you could reuse your wrapping paper?! This idea is inspired by a Japanese style of wrapping called Furoshiki. The recipient of your gift gets to keep the wrapping which can be used over and over again!
- Tulip Tie Dye Kit from The Reject Shop. The kit comes with gloves and elastic bands too.
- Fabric (40cm x 40cm per piece of wrapping cloth)
- Water Scissors Plastic bags (one per wrapping cloth)
- Paper towel
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We were very excited to read Jemimah Clegg’s review in ‘The Weekly Review’ about Martha Jean’s workshop at See Make Play.
Check it out! Here is a snippet and if you want to read more, here is the link http://www.theweeklyreview.com.au/live/we-get-crafty-at-see-make-play/
Art, craft and Literacy! Our toddler and parent classes are filling up fast and our participants are loving the activities, stories and links to wellbeing. Today are mini friends listened to ‘How do you feel?’ by Anthony Browne. We talked about how we were feeling and about how our faces change to show others how we are feeling. Our mini’s then made some crafty faces with their Mum’s using beautiful papers. We had a great time and we were feeling totally FABULOUS!
What are you doing this Saturday the 25th of July? Oh, that’s right! You’re coming to See Make Play at Das Stüdio Automat to get your star weave on with the gorgeous Ms Candy Sparkles and Francesca Sferlazza. They will be teaching star weaving to support Maryann Talia Pau’s one million stars to end violence project. Come down anytime between 11.30am and 4.30pm. Kids under 8 can get their craft fix too! We hope to see you there! xox