Sticky fingers is our baby & toddler group. We normally meet on Thursday mornings during term time from 10.00-11.30am at St Augustine’s Church Hall.
With us not meeting because of Coronavirus, here’s a suggestion of something you could do t home…
This Sunday is Mother’s Day, one day of the year where we can make a special effort to show mums how much they are loved every day of the year. A chance to say thank you for all they do - to say thank you for all their love. You may want to think of and have a chat about Grans too, or other women in your life who have a mothering role for you or your little ones.
Our story today is about a mum called Jochebed, and the lengths she went to because of how much she loved her son.
See photo for story.
Video clip appropriate if you have primary aged children tagging along with you - may be a little ‘scary’ for the toddlers...Clip from ‘Prince Of Egypt’ - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-WimijgGEU
Craft Ideas -
Let’s make a card for mummy - see photo.
You’ll need: Card, Paint (for the petals), Crayons/Colouring Pencils (for the rest of the flower), Pen (for the poem), Fingers and Thumb (for the petals!)
Make mummy a lovely card with a special handmade flower on it. Write a loving message of thanks inside!
5 Reasons I Love You Book - see photo.
You’ll need: Card, Hand (to draw around), Scissors (to cut out), Hole punch (to make the hole), Ribbon/String (to tie together), Pen (for the reasons)
Make mummy a unique book with something you love about her on each hand/page!
Can you make a boat better than the basket in the story?
Do they float? We’d love you to send us a photo/video of what you get up to!
Row Row Row Your Boat, Gently Down The Stream
We hope you have lots of fune and we’d love you to send us a photo/video of what you get up to!
We’ll keep this up to date with new ideas as the weeks go on. And hopefully before too long you can come and join us again for a fun filled morning of themed play, craft & singing, with yummy snacks & coffee provided! Contact us for more details.