Create your own crafty fox

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Hands up who loves origiami? Liven up the day at home with some fun new ideas to get everyone engaged in being creative.

We have lots of fun activity ideas that will liven up the day at home with the kids and keep everyone entertained.

Try out some of the activities below, then take a photo and tag us on Instagram and Facebook so we can see your awesome creations!

We love as it has lots of posts for getting creative with kids at home during lockdown. We share some of our favourites below.

Origami at home

Learn how to make a fox origami in five minutes or the famous origami crane that you’ve always wanted to know how to do. All you need is a square piece of paper, some patience and you’re good to go. Read on

Origami Crane,

Master the art of doodling

Doodle your way through the classic Pictionary game and display your group works of art afterward. You’ll need a sheet of paper, a black marker and some small paper cards. Read on


Puzzled by jigsaws?

Enjoy making your very own jigsaw puzzle. Not just fun to do, but you end up with a really nice game to play with afterward too. It’s really easy to do, just click here for instructions.

Make your own jigsaw puzzle

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