With Season 4 of Little Blessings Online starting very soon, on Monday 24th May 2021 - from 10.30am - we thought we'd have a little nostalgia and look back to some of the episodes each day this week. We're starting by looking back at our very first Episode from Season 1.
For Art time, Jo shows us how to make such a simple but colourful picture. It’s so simple, all you need is pen, paper and colours. You could use paints, crayons, pencils, or felt-tips – your choice.
We have a lovely colourful art project this week with our faithful paper plates and lots of sticky tissue paper. You will be glued!
We thought we would use the humble paper plate again to make a humble green frog! It’s a wide mouth frog with a long curly tongue – what fun!
We have found a way to create our own Burning Bush – well we have paper flames and a light that makes it look like it! Join Jo in drawing a simple bush – a brown truck and a big green- well bushy bush!
We have another super sweet, and simple, art project – sweet because it involves icing sugar! This what you will need to make ‘Iced Parting of the Sea biscuits’ – Now that’s a mouthful!
Andy reads, in rather inclement weather - where the precipitation is more wet than white - from Matthew 1 v 18 - 25.
In this super special broadcast, Andy B and Jo Jo take us through the Christingle. They look at the history of the Christingle, and the humble orange that makes up the most important part.
We've pulled together 5 different Crafty Christmas Videos for you; things you can make and bake and eat and enjoy and give away too. Colour a Christmas Tree the way you want it!
We've pulled together 5 different Crafty Christmas Videos for you; things you can make and bake and eat and enjoy and give away too. Make a star for your Christmas Tree, or wherever you'd like to brighten up.
Christmas is a great time to get both festive and creative. It’s a time to show kindness, share joy and […]
We have a super sweet & simple art project today – a drawing of a wall. You can freestyle draw or use a ruler – it’s up to you!