I don't consider myself to be the most creative of people especially when it comes to taking part in plasticine and playdough activities. Believe it or not, I've spent a fair few hours trawling the internet for some inspiring plasticine tutorials but have so far been unsuccessful. Hope loves getting these modelling materials out but I often feel a bit useless when it comes to giving her a bit of direction. So on this occasion we had to rely on our own creative skills; as we had just been looking at The Hungry Caterpillar finger puppet book we decided to make delicious plate of fruit. And counted: one apple, two juicy pears, three tart plums, four sweet strawberries and five oranges. We also had to make a banana! And a beautiful butterfly with two wings!
Hi. I'm a Catholic Mama 'on a break' from school teaching while I look after my three children Honor(8), Henry(5), and Hope(6 months), do a bit of private tutoring and writing. I'm married and live in a small village in the Kent countryside. I LOVE... A-Ha, Little House on the Prairie, Roseanne,Moonlighting, The Eighties, Mozart, Snakes (and Steve Irwin), James Bond, Lost, the seasons, Spinal Tap, red wine, tesco value turkey legs,Cath Kidston, vintage, gardening and Dr Who.