Fairies & Friends is the perfect theme for summer camp at home! You can make it as sparkly as you want or more about forest magic is sparkles aren’t your thing. The whole week is filled with fairy tale and magical activities perfect for young kids.
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Here are your activities:
Here is the printable schedule <– click the link or image to print.
Here is the printable book list <— click the link or image to print and take to your library!
Fairy, Princess, and Knight Activities
Here are your activities for the week. Click on the titles if you need more detailed instructions!
AM: Princess Playdough – have fun creating tiaras or other sparkly creations. The addition of small beads promotes even more fine motor development but don’t worry if you don’t have any plain old play dough gives little hands a wonderful workout.
PM: Bird House Fairy Houses – This is a fun craft hack. These little wooden bird houses are available at most big box and craft supplies stores … oh actually I think the dollar store has them too! Grab a few fun gems, paint, and you have yourself a fairy house!
AM: Knight Shield – This shield is STILL bouncing around my house many many years after my son made it. It provided countless hours of imaginative play.
PM: Shape Castle – Let your child create their own castle while subtly fitting shape recognition in!
AM: Princess SLIME. I love the juxtaposition of this activity, the dainty gems in the squishy gooey slime! It’s so fun and easy peasy to make.
PM: Beaded Fairy Wand – this wand is the perfect post forest walk activity. Have your child find a twig on the walk and turn it into a fairy wand!
AM: Princess Sensory Bin – This sensory bin allows children to explore a number of concepts while playing!
PM: Shape Princess – You can turn this into a Knight too, the trick is to use two rectangles for legs and a triangle pointing down for the shield!
AM: Easy Gem Stone Wand – this wand is perfect especially if you don’t have an outside space to make the fairy wand earlier in the week.
PM: Princess Phonics – You don’t need to have the dolls, you can print out pictures of your favorite princesses and use the pictures instead of the dolls for this simple sound matching activity.
Extra YUMMY fun
Here are some fun food ideas I found that you can not miss out on!
Pretzel Swords from Littlenummies.net are a fun knight themed snack!
Fairy Bread from Smart School House.
Find even more fairytale activities on my Fairies, Princesses, and Knights Pinterest Board.
Next Theme: Space
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