I’m so excited to share with you the top 10 most popular activities shared on Laughing Kids Learn in 2015. It was certainly a wonderful and very busy year. I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
It’s always a tricky to put this type of list together because when I look back on all that we have done throughout a year, it brings back so many great memories. I look at the pictures of Boo (11 months) as a tiny newborn and Possum (4 years) having fun with activities that develop key skills that she has mastered all too well now. It’s really satisfying and makes you realise how much happens in a year and how much children grow.
So lets count down to the top 10 most popular activities shared on
Laughing Kids Learn in 2015
10. Number Matching
9. Fizzy Science
8. Ice Lego Sensory Play
7. Colouring Flowers
5. Blow up a Balloon
4. Spaghetti Play
3. Lacing board
2. Baby balloon play
and the most popular post from 2015 is…
Fairy dough recipe
Thank you to everyone who has supported Laughing Kids Learn in 2015.
I know that 2016 is going to be a fabulous and even better year.
So did your favourite make the list?
What would you like to see more of in 2016?
Feel free to join us over on Instagram for the #52weeksofplay photo challenge.
Little science experiments like this always get kids so interested in projects. Great post!
Thank you so kindly Hannah. 🙂
Some great posts there Kate – what a year!
Thank you so much Danya. It was great and hopefully 2016 is even better. 🙂
Those activities looks so fun! I can’t wait to do them with my little one. I have some questions: what ages are those activities for?
About the spaghetti play one, did you throw it away right away you did his activity? Or you can recycle for play it again? If yes, what is the best way to keep it good?
Thanks so much!
Hi Maria. How lovely to hear from you!
The activities I shared in that post suit various ages. If you click on the link to each activity I usually explain the age they are best suited to. Hopefully that helps. The spaghetti post is absolutely WONDERFUL! I hope you find time to give it a go. I didn’t actually reuse our coloured spaghetti and threw it out straight after playing with it, but I would guess you could keep it for an extra day or two. You’d need to store it in an air tight container.